Lincoln news for Sept. 15

LINCOLN — The Lincoln Historic Museum will only be open for two more Sundays this season. Stop by for a visit on Sept. 25 and Oct. 9 from noon to 4 p.m. The historical society will also be holding their annual business meeting at the museum on Friday, Sept. 23, and it is open to the public.


According to new election law, All active voters will be mailed a ballot for the Nov. 8 General Election. For military or overseas voters, please visit the online voter registration page at and enter your preferred way of receiving your ballot as you will not be automatically sent a ballot. We must hear from you directly — please reach out to us ASAP! The target date for sending ballots to overseas voters will be Sept. 24 and all others will be mailed beginning on Sept. 26. 

School is now back in session and that means students walking and biking to and from Lincoln Community School. Thank you for driving slowly and being aware during the before- and after-school hours.

The library has added new science-oriented books for younger elementary students thanks to AARPA funding they received last year. These are wonderful books for doing introductory STEM activities with parents, grandparents and friends. 

Weathervane Senior Housing is celebrating 40 years! The Historical Society is displaying an informative presentation about Weathervane in the community room at the library. Stop by and check out this wonderful display.

While you’re at the library, you’ll want to check out the amazing collection of handmade masks in the display case. The collection is called Paper Forge and is made by Ezaias Herben. 

Until next time … Nothing Can Dim The Light Which Shines From Within. If You Fell Down Yesterday, Stand Up Today. Do Not Give Your Past The Power To Define Your Future.

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