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Remote Participation Protocols ________________________________________________________________________________________________
Pursuant to Governor Baker’s March 12, 2020 Order, as Extended on June 15, 2021, with the Governor’s signing of Senate Bill# 2475, Suspending Certain Provisions of the Open Meeting Law, G.L. c. 30A, §18, this meeting will be conducted in a hybrid format with both in-person and remote participation.
Specific information and the general guidelines for remote participation by members of the public and/or parties with a right and/or requirement to attend this meeting can be found on the Town of Lincoln website, at www.lincolntown.org.
Topic: Capital Planning Committee FY24
Time: This is a recurring meeting Meet anytime
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Meeting ID: 958 5880 4917
Knitting Group Come work on your PhD (Projects Half Done) with us! Every Tuesday of the month, 9:30—11:00 am at Bemis Hall.
Looking for help with a cell phone, iPad, or laptop? Sign up to have a student from Lincoln-Sudbury High School help you at Bemis Hall during the hours of 10 AM-1 PM. Lincoln-Sudbury students will earn community service hours and seniors will get the technology help they need!
Enjoy the fun of line dancing. All levels are welcome. Sign up by calling COA&HS at 781-259-8811.
Russian Conversation All welcome whether a native speaker, beginner, or in-between! First and third Wednesday of the month at 12:30 pm at Bemis Hall
Join us at Bemis for a relaxed art class. Some individuals like to use paint by number, while others try their hand with art supplies that include watercolor pencils, regular watercolors, or pastels.
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About our authors:
Emery Lee is an author and artist whose love for chaotic and morally gray characters started at a young age. After graduating with a degree in creative writing, e’s gone on to author novels, short stories, and webcomics across a variety of genres and demographics, though YA fiction has always held a special place in eir heart. Drawing inspiration from Eastern media, pop punk music, and personal life experience, eir work seeks to explore the intersections of life and identity in fun, heartfelt, and inventive ways. In eir downtime, you’ll most likely find Emery marathoning anime or snuggling cute dogs.
Timothy Janovsky is a queer, multidisciplinary storyteller from New Jersey. He holds a Bachelor's degree from Muhlenberg College and a self-appointed certificate in rom-com studies (accreditation pending). When he's not daydreaming about young Hugh Grant, he's telling jokes, playing characters, and writing books. Never Been Kissed is his first novel.
Katee Robert is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of contemporary romance and romantic suspense. Entertainment Weekly calls her writing “unspeakably hot.” Her books have sold over a million copies. She lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband, children, a cat who thinks he’s a dog, and two Great Danes who think they’re lap dogs.
Olivia Waite writes queer historical romance, fantasy, science fiction, and essays. She is the romance fiction columnist for the New York Times Book Review. When the birds are propitious, she sends out the Oliviary: a newsletter full of news, recommended reads, and intriguing content curated from niche corners of the internet.
Program is free & open to all. Registration is required