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Brush up on your French speaking skills.
Lincoln Mental Health Clinics are available to town residents of all ages. Appointments are held by Zoom, phone, or in person. Call Abigail at 781-259-8811 for an appointment. Staffed by Sara Hickey, MSW, LCSW, Outpatient Clinician and Coordinator of Intake Services at Eliot Community Human Services.
Sponsored by the Lincoln Board of Health & the America Rescue Plan Act.
Have your blood pressure checked, receive advice about nutrition and fitness, medication management, answers about how to manage chronic conditions, where to get health services, and more!
All participants must register in advance by calling 781-259-8811 . Space is limited to Lincoln seniors aged 60 plus. Registration is on a first come, first serve basis. Suggested $10 donation.
Sponsored by the Friends of the Lincoln COA and the Pierce House.
Bemis Hall Basement
Want to improve your English? The Lincoln COA&HS, through partnership with English at Large, is now offering FREE one-on-one English language tutoring. Tutoring is provided by a volunteer teacher that matches your schedule. One-on-one and group lessons available. For more information or to register: visit englishatlarge.org/get-a-tutor, call 781-395-2374, or email email@example.com.
Work on your PhD (Projects Half Done) with us!
Explore Lincoln's open space. Visit different trails in (or near) Lincoln reach week. Five walks will be led by Conservation Department staff, and they are typically 2-3 miles long. Wear sturdy shoes and always dress for the weather. Please leave pets at home, since our focus is on nature. COVID-19: we will occasionally stop and discuss a natural history topic so please bring a mask for when we are gathering together.
Registration required - In order to keep group size under 15 and to ensure we can contact you in case of cancellation due to weather or public health concerns, please RSVP at https://tinyurl.com/2022FallWalks. You may also RSVP by calling the Conservation Dept. at 781-259-2612 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
PLEASE NOTE: no walk scheduled for Oct. 4
Designed to help maintain strength, flexibility, and independence with both standing and seated exercises using resistance bands. Warm-up moving your body and joints through their full range of motion without resistance to the music. Strengthening your muscles with various upper and lower body exercises. Full body stretch designed to lower your heart rate, relieve stress, increase flexibility, and leave you feeling great! Resistance bands are provided. Class can be done seated or standing.
Functional fitness class with exercises designed to help seniors maintain strength, balance, and independence. Designed for every fitness level with modifications and adaptations. Flexibility training to increase joint range of motion. Balance exercises to improve gait and confidence. Resistance training to build lean muscle and increase bone density all to the beat of the music! Finish with a 5-minute stretch.
First Parish Church Parking Lot (across from Bemis Hall)
Place your items for shredding in your car and drive over (across from Bemis Hall) to the First Parish Church parking lot, 14 Bedford Road. New England Security Shredders will shred your documents on site free of charge. You don't need to worry about removing the staples.
If your last name begins with the letter:
SENIORS A THRU M please arrive from 11-12PM
SENIORS N THRU Z arrival time 12-1PM
and open to the public as space permits 1-2 PM.
This event is generously sponsored by Friends of Lincoln COA.
Enjoy the fun of line dancing. All levels are welcome to participate. Maybe you've done a little line dancing at a wedding or party, loved it, and wished you could do more? Maybe you are a single person who would love a form of dance where a partner isn't needed? Maybe you just might be looking for something new to try and get a little exercise too! Learn the basic steps and be dancing in minutes.
Complete a paint-by-number masterpiece of use our art supplies (watercolors, pastels, etc.) and try something new.
The Veterans' Services Officer (VSO), Peter Harvell is an advocate for Lincoln's veterans and their dependents. The VSO can assist veterans with questions about state and federal veteran benefits and services. Office Hours: Thursday from 9 AM to noon at Bemis Hall. Peter can also be reached by email at email@example.com.
Interested in improving balance, strength and flexibility? Concerned about falls? Fallen in the past? Minuteman Senior Services, in partnership with LCOA&HS, is pleased to offer A Matter of Balance, an award-winning, proven fall prevention program designed for older adults. This eight week course will meet weekly. Please note: no class Oct. 20. Participants will learn to: view falls as controllable, set goals for increasing activity, make changes to lessen the risks of falls at home, and exercise to increase strength and balance. The workshop is FREE. Register early as space is limited. To register, please call 781-259-8811 and speak with Amy to have your questions answered. Instructor: Marianne DiBlasi.
Come enjoy reading and speaking German.
13 week fall session runs Sept. 9 - Dec. 16. Join Derry Tanner, retired nurse and certified personal trainer for Stay Active and Independent for Life (SAIL). Strength, balance, and flexibility exercises make you stronger and feel better. Please note: No class on 11/11 or 11/25.
First Parish Church auditorium (across from Bemis Hall)
Lincoln seniors aged 60+, join us for lunch across from Bemis Hall in the First Parish Church auditorium. New and improved menu is listed on the newsletter calendar. This program runs weekly. $2 suggested donation. Dine in or carry out available. Call 781-259-8811 to register. Reservation must be received by noon Wednesday. Sponsored by Minuteman Senior Services.
Lincoln Academy follows Senior Dining at 1PM every Friday.
Friday, Sept. 16: Tai Chi for Balance, Flexibility & Well-Being (Lecture)
Friday, Sept. 23: Classical Piano Performance by Abla Shocair
Friday, Sept. 30: The Choice to Age in Place: Tips & Tricks for Successful Aging at Home