Lincoln news for Nov. 24

LINCOLN — On Saturday, Dec. 4, the Ripton Community Coffee House on the Road in Lincoln presents Cloudbelly. Corey Laitman’s singer-songwriting talents led to being chosen as an NPR Tiny Desk recipient and being awarded a formal showcase at the Northeast Regional Folk Alliance conference. Anand Nayak has earned a stellar reputation as a guitarist, producer and songwriter. For two decades he has been guitarist for the popular Americana-folk band Rani Arbo and Daisy Mayhem.

This event will be held at Burnham Hall from 7:30 p.m. to 9:45 p.m. Everyone must show proof of vaccination before entering the venue. Patrons must remain masked while in the building. Masks and hand sanitizer will be available. The concert will also be live-streamed on the Ripton Community Coffee House YouTube channel and Facebook page.

Doors open at 7 p.m. Tickets are $15-$20 generous admission and $10 general admission at the door only. There will be no open mic. Cloudbelly will play two sets of music with a break. Contact or 802-388-9782 for more information.

Save Community Schools urges residents to participate in a survey circulated by the Merger Study Committee. The study committee has been created to consider whether to merge the Mount Abraham Unified School District with the Addison Northwest School District. You can view the survey at the following link: For more information about Save Community Schools, please visit

SAVE THE DATE: Wednesday, Dec. 8 is an early release day for MAUSD students.

REMINDER: The library’s book group discussion will be held on Monday, Nov. 29 at 7:30 p.m.

Until next time … Happy Thanksgiving!

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