Lincoln news for Dec. 2

LINCOLN — Stop by the library during regular business hours for their Holiday Sale, running through Wednesday, Dec. 15. There will be differently priced tables with items ranging from 50 cents to $25. All proceeds from the sale benefit the library. Thank you to all the  craftspeople who donated their goods.

The Burnham Music Series presents Dave Keller Band on Saturday, Dec. 11, at 7:30 p.m. at Burnham Hall. Dave Keller is an award-winning, triple-threat: an outstanding singer, an intense guitarist, and a talented songwriter. Fueled by his love of deep Southern soul and blues music, his performances ring out with passion, integrity, and an ability to break down the barriers between performer and audience. Tickets are $10 for adults, and teens and kids are free. Refreshments will be served. Masks are required for this event.

The library invites anyone to contribute a homemade holiday ornament to their locked glass display case for the month of December. There will be different shelves for the different holidays that people celebrate. Please include a sentence or two letting them know about your holiday and anything that is special about your ornament. Make sure to include your name so that they can return your ornament. Keep in mind that space is limited. Contact the library if you have any questions.

Help make the library’s community room festive with your own homemade gingerbread houses or cookies. You can use your own recipes or grab a graham crackers Take and Make packet that will be available at the library by Friday, Dec. 3.


Wednesday, Dec. 8 is an early release day for MAUSD students.

Until next time … It’s The Little Things That Make Life Big. Believe In The Magic Of The Season. You Are Capable Of Amazing Things.

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