Lincoln news for Mar. 9
LINCOLN — Join the library for a special presentation by Rodger Hamilton on Thursday, March 23, at 7 p.m. Mr. Hamilton is “very eager to present a program that creates an opportunity to explore music in a more in-depth way than is the cultural norm. There is fascinating exploration and conversation possible! I will include printed lyrics and offer guided discussion along with live music to provide an interactive and multi-dimensional evening.”
As we start to think about planning our gardens and planting some seeds, during the latter part of March, the library will be setting up a seed swap and an information table about seed saving. If you have been a seed saver before, you are welcome to bring some of yours to share beforehand. Please mark the seeds clearly, with growth information too, if you know it. There will be some small envelopes you can pick up at the library.
The library is hosting Nancy Custer Carroll’s collection of paintings in the community room. Come view “Vernal” any time that the library is open.
Until next time … Don’t Miss Out On Something That Could Be Amazing Just Because It Could Also Be Difficult. Trust Yourself And Make It Happen. Choose Yourself Every Day.
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