Virtual Carnival

Virtual Carnival

WELCOME!  This page features a list of Lincoln community organizations that have curated online programs designed to stimulate, educate, support and motivate residents of all ages!   

The images below are linked to each organization's online offerings... please check back frequently as the organizations may expand their offerings and new organizations may join our carnival!


Featuring: The Parks and Recreation Department's Home Based Programming page includes activities for all ages!  

Enjoy adult fitness programs including Ultimate Fitness with Lana and Mat Pilates with Gretchen.

Teens and adults of all ages can educate themselves on how to build resilience within themselves and others during these challenging times through a FREE American Red Cross Mental Health First Aid Online Course

School Age programs are offered through Empow Studios, Callahan's Karate, Mad Science and Wicked Cool for Kids, and our Summer Camp Directors have made some camp cheer videos to get your fired up for camp!

Preschool programs through Music Together!



Featuring:  Council on Aging's Active Aging, Stretch and Flex and Line Dancing classes are online! 

You do not need to have taken the classes to view the videos. We hope you will like them so much you'll come to our live classes!

The image to the left connects to the COA webpage where you will find links to these classes, as well as important social service information for all ages!



Featuring: The Children's Department has many important and fun resources to families including information about the department's response to the situation, links to various social media activities and outreach, online materials and instructions on how to access them, and librarian curated websites that promote literacy and provide ideas for at home activities. Contact with the town's librarians if you need help finding books, gathering resources, or accessing support.

Stephen Collins as Walt Whitman!


Featuring: The Council on Aging and the Lincoln Public Library had hoped to present a six-week series on Walt Whitman by Stephen Collins. 

Since we will need to postpone that, we are hoping to whet your appetite for the class by offering this hour-long performance about Walt Whitman by Stephen on video! 

Purchase of the video is thanks to the Friends of the Lincoln Library and Friends of the COA. To watch the video, click on the image to the right.



Featuring: The Lincoln Family Association has compiled a wide variety of resource to help families through these challenging times.

These include emotional support resources, activities, and local business options. Included you’ll find ideas for babies and preschoolers, shared by a few of LFA's 2020 partners: Magic Garden and Teddy Bear Club. Again, if there is any way we may be of help at this stressful time, please let us know.



Featuring: View our annual spring event, Woolapalooza, online. Our “Virtu-wool-apalooza” blog can be found here and contains information on the sheep-to-sweater process, links to local fiber vendors, lambing and kidding updates from the farm, and our favorite pictures and moments from previous years. 

We also put together a blog for home-based family activities, from our preschool team here: 

Finally, Mass Audubon has set up an Explore at Home homepage, which is chock-full of nature info and engagement for all ages: 


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Featuring: Visit this site to view a virtual tour created last year for the Bauhaus Centennial Celebration.  This is the home of Walter Gropius, founder of the German design school known as the Bauhaus, and one of the most influential architects of the twentieth century. Modest in scale, the house was revolutionary in impact. Gropius House is a National Historic Landmark.



Featuring: The Lincoln Land Conservation Trust (LLCT) and Rural Land Foundation (RLF) are non-profit conservation organizations, which work together to acquire and protect land of conservation value in Lincoln, MA. View their full site to the left, or check out these featured opportunities!

April 2020 Wildlife Column

Backyard Birding Video with Gwyn Loud

Scavenger Hunt and Wildlife Checklist

deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum


Featuring: We are excited to offer insightful and engaging ways to interact with you during the temporary closure. Virtual visits of our current exhibitions, live streamed story hours, Sculpture Park narration, and more are available to experience deCordova from home. Upcoming highlights include:

Color Mixing and Palette Building: Online Workshop ~ Wednesday, May 6 at 1PM

Methods for Abstraction: Online Workshop ~ Wednesday, May 13 at 1PM

Abstract Landscape Painting: Online Workshop ~ Wednesday, May 22 at 1PM