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Lincoln news for Dec. 8

LINCOLN — Sign up for a fun and festive craft session at the library on Wednesday, Dec. 14 from 3 to 5 p.m. Crafters will be making holiday cards and wrapping paper with Betsy Graziadei. This event is for kids aged 5 and up and their families. Snacks and art materials will be provided. 

During the month of December there will be an ongoing craft extravaganza at the library. Stop by during library hours to enjoy an array of craft projects in the community room that range from beginner level coloring pages and take and makes to medium difficulty crafts, and a few that are more complex. Come as many times as you want to make ornaments, present toppers and table decorations. Supplies and instructions will be provided.

While you’re at the library don’t forget to stop by the holiday sale table, where there is a gift for everyone on your list. This thrift-sale-type sale is always a big hit. Sale items are by donation.

The United Church of Lincoln will be hosting a kids’ craft, pizza and movie night on Friday, Dec. 9 from 4 to 6:30 p.m. Enjoy making a holiday craft, then sit back and relax with pizza and a showing of the kids animated movie Klaus. This is a free event.

REMINDER: On Wednesday, Dec. 14, a Ladies Aid Industrial holiday gathering will be held from 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. at Burnham Hall. Please bring a present for under the tree. RSVP to Eleanor at 453- 2807 or [email protected].

Until next time … Be Strong Enough To Let Go And Patient Enough To Wait For What You Deserve. You Have The Power Within You To Be And Achieve Anything. It Always Seems Impossible Until It’s Done..

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