Lincoln news for March 10

LINCOLN — Senior lunches are available every third Thursday of the month at Burnham Hall. Doors open at 11 a.m. and lunch is served at noon. Cost of the lunch is by donation. This month’s lunch will be held on Thursday, March 17. Please contact Nancy Orvis at 802-453-4573 if you have any questions.


The Town of Lincoln and the Save Community Schools (SCS) group thanks every voter in Bristol, New Haven, Monkton and Starksboro. We are deeply appreciative of your overwhelming support of our efforts to keep Lincoln Community School open for children for years to come and your support for our vision of vibrant public schools in Vermont. We continue this work with the validation of our 4-town friends, neighbors and community members.


The knitting group will meet at the library on Wednesdays from 4-5:30 p.m. Bring your project, your problems, your interest and your sense of humor. Everyone is welcome!

Take and make activity packs were extremely popular last month, so the library will be offering at least two more this month. Packs are free and available right next to the front door. They contain both the directions and materials for your child to finish a craft either with help or alone, depending on age. Suggestions are welcome for new activity packs. Please contact the library if you have an idea you’d like them to pursue.


There will be an Open Art Studio at the library on Friday, March 18, from 3 to 5 p.m. for ages 3-13.

Until next time … Never Look Back With Regret, Only Forward With Enthusiasm. Experience Tells You What To Do, Confidence Allows You To Do It. You Are Enough.

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