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Lincoln news for Mar. 7

LINCOLN — The Bristol Animal Hospital is offering a rabies clinic on Saturday, March 16, from 9-10 a.m., at the Lincoln town office. The cost is $15 per shot for dogs or cats. Organizers ask that you leave your pets in your vehicle until the veterinarian is ready for your turn.
Bring any prior rabies vaccination information with you. This will help to determine the expiration of the rabies vaccination. The first booster will be due after one year, but after that, each booster lasts for three years. The town clerk will also be available to register dogs on the same day as the clinic, but payments will need to be made separately. It costs $15 to register a spayed or neutered dog, and $19 for an intact dog. Cash or check only. Cats do not need to be registered with the town clerk.
The MAUSD Early Education Program will be holding its annual developmental screening on Monday, March 18, at the Bristol Elementary School. Children from the 5-town district will have the opportunity to play in an early childhood classroom using art materials, blocks, puzzles and imaginative play materials. Parents can share about their child and learn more about their child’s communication, social, play, and motor skills. The screening is free and will last for one hour. Children three years old by Sept. 1 or four years old who have not been previously screened are invited to attend. To schedule an appointment or to discuss the screening, call the Early Education Program at 453-3674.
There will be a travel presentation at the library on Tuesday, March 19, at 6:30 p.m. Judith Siegel will share photos of her recent trip to Oman and United Arab Emirates.
The library will be hosting an after school craft on Wednesday, March 20, at 3:15 p.m. Crafters will welcome the first day of spring by making butterflies. There will also be a scavenger hunt and a snack will be provided.
REMINDERS: The Will Patton Ensemble will perform on Saturday, March 9, from 7:30 to 9:15 p.m. at Burnham Hall. Tickets are $10 adults; teens and kids are free. The Walter S. Burnham Community Award deadline is Friday,  March 15. Military Whist will be played at Burnham Hall on Friday, March 15, at 6:45 p.m.
Until next time … Accept What Is, Let Go Of What Was, And Have Faith In What Will Be.

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