Puritan badass sparks a Lincoln author’s imagination

Just last week, Lincoln author Louella Bryant published her fourth historical fiction novel “Beside the Long River” with Black Rose Writing — an independent publishing house based in Texas. “My books try to give the alternate story — which is the real story,” explained Bryant, who earned her undergrad degree from George Washington University and her MFA in Writing from the Vermont College of Fine Arts. “This is not necessarily attractive to people who want to hide the ugliness of history.” “Beside the Long … (read more)

Could Lincoln and Ripton schools join forces?

Lincoln and Ripton, which voted last year to withdraw from their school districts, have begun exploring the idea of creating a new supervisory union to handle the administrative services they might not be able to afford individually.

Lincoln news for Jan. 13

A new knitting group will be offered at the library. During the next few weeks, there will be a beginner’s cowl or hat project and an advanced cowl for adults.

Ripton, Lincoln eye school collaboration

Dissatisfied with the pace and effectiveness of talks toward a possible compromise with the Addison Central School District, the Ripton School Board is exploring a public education union with the town of Lincoln.

Lincoln news for Jan. 6

As we start out the new year, events and happenings in town are starting to be affected by the rising numbers of COVID cases.

Enchilada meal to benefit Lincoln Library

Stop by Burnham Hall for a take-out only enchilada dinner fundraiser to benefit the Lincoln Library on Tuesday, Jan. 11, from 4:30  to 6:30 p.m. This will be a fun and delicious way to celebrate and support our community.

Lincoln news for Dec. 16

Three Christmas Eve services will be held at the United Church of Lincoln.

Lincoln news for Dec. 9

The library will be offering an after-school craft on Friday, Dec. 17. Crafters will be making wrapping paper and a card.

Lincoln news for Dec. 2

Stop by the library during regular business hours for their Holiday Sale, running through Wednesday, Dec. 15.

Burnham Hall welcomes Dave Keller Band

Keller is an award-winning, triple-threat: an outstanding singer, an intense guitarist, and a talented songwriter.

Cloudbelly performs at Burnham Hall

This Saturday, Cloudbelly will perform a concert of neo-folk tunes for the Ripton Community Coffee House “on the road.”

Lincoln news for Nov. 24

On Saturday, Dec. 4, the Ripton Community Coffee House on the Road in Lincoln presents Cloudbelly.

Lincoln news for Nov. 11

This month the library book group will be reading “We Love You, Charlie Freeman” by Kaitlyn Greenidge.

Lincoln news for Nov. 4

There will be an after school craft session on Friday, Nov. 12, from 3  to 4 p.m. at the Lincoln Library.

Lincoln news for Oct. 28

The Ripton Community Coffee House on the Road welcomes Kalos to the stage on Saturday, Nov. 6, from 7:30 to 9:45 p.m. at Burnham Hall.