Lincoln news for Jun. 10

LINCOLN — The Vermont State Parks Pass and State Historic Sites Pass for 2021 are now available at the library for checkout. The passes are good for free entry, up to eight people in one vehicle. Check out the Vermont State Parks and Historic Sites websites at and for more information. Stop by the library to grab your passes today.


The Take It Or Leave It Farm Stand is out in front of the church. The farm stand is available for you to drop off any extra produce from your garden that you may have or to pick up any that you may need. The stand is now equipped with solar powered air conditioning. Plastic strips were added to keep the cool in. Please be sure they are all closed and overlapping one another so the cold stays in. If you take the last item, or notice the stand is empty, please let Judy know at the church so that the air conditioning can be turned off. She is there until noon on weekday mornings.

Thanks to all who use the stand, both to drop off, and to pick up! Please note: The food is for human consumption only. We will compost what little bit goes bad. Please don’t take the food to feed your pigs or other animals.


The Walter Sessions will feature Fern Maddie on Friday, June 18, at 7 p.m. This event will be live-streamed from Burnham Hall and can be watched at

Until next time … Do What Makes You Happy. Don’t Let Yesterday Use Up Too Much Of Today. Be Willing To Be A Beginner Every Single Morning.

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