Lincoln news for Apr. 11
LINCOLN — Join us for Green Up Day on Saturday, May 4, from 8 a.m.-1 p.m. at the Lincoln Fire Station as we come together as a community to help cleanup Lincoln’s roads. After roadside cleanup is completed, there will be a volunteer appreciation lunch, a table full of raffle items, and the ever-popular Kids Only raffle where we will again give away two Razor Kick A Scooters. (To be eligible for the raffle, kids must have participated in roadside cleanup.)
For the regular raffle, volunteers will receive one raffle ticket per bag that is brought back after cleanup. The raffle will be held promptly at 12:45 p.m. You must be present to win raffle items.
Are you a student in need of volunteer hours? I have just the opportunity for you. This year I am looking for one person to help us out by checking to make sure that all of the trash that goes into the trucks is in the Green Up Day bags. We’ll feed you lunch and give you some raffle tickets for your help. I am also looking for volunteers to help with roadside cleanup. If you are able to help out this year, email me at [email protected] to ensure that you get the road/s that you want to cleanup. Hope to see you there.
FROM THE TOWN: It’s mud season. Our roads have been posted to restrict heavy weight vehicles from traveling on them. If there is a critical need, please contact Road Foreman, Dave Cavoretto, at 453-3703.
Join our parent-child class for parents with 9- to 18-month-old children, hosted by pediatric occupational therapist and attachment based parenting coach Sa Budnitz. Sa offers parents a gently guided and safe environment to connect with their children through movement and play. Our time together will support healthy sensory motor development, strong parent-child attachment and mindful communication. Classes take place on Tuesdays from 10:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m., April 30 through June 4, at Peace Village Temple, 2202 Downingsville Road. The cost is $75 for all six classes.
Come play and enjoy a healthy, nurturing environment where children and caregivers are held within an atmosphere of deep respect. There is limited space so email [email protected] to sign-up. For more information or for a list of other offerings please visit thetrilliumcenter.com.
The Lincoln Library is starting to assemble the specific items needed to create three nature activity packs: birding, tracking, and the constellations. The packs will be available for check out through the library. The library is looking for things such as binoculars (kids and adults), magnifying glasses, field guides about birds, animal tracks or the night sky. If you have these items or anything related to these topics that you aren’t using anymore, please consider donating them to the library. Email [email protected] or stop by the library with your donations.
SAVE THE DATE:
School break is the week of April 22-26.
Until next time … You Get What You Focus On, So Focus On What You Want. Change Brings Opportunity. Start That Thing You’ve Been Putting Off Today.
Mark A. Nelson of Bristol
BRISTOL — A memorial service for Mark A. Nelson of Bristol will be held 1 p.m. on Saturday … (read more)
High school athletes ready for fall playoffs this week
See when your favorite high school team is competing in the fall sports playoffs.
Ethan Allen Highway Storage Uncategorized
Ethan Allen Highway Storage Notice of Sale
Ethan Allen Storage 100622 1×1.75