Community Resources: Lincoln
Lincoln Family Association – The LFA hosts events for the whole family throughout the year, like the energy blaster in January, the holiday party and the Halloween parade and fun at Codman barn. It hosts weekly toddler drop-in fun time at the Pierce House and many other great opportunities for kids of all ages.
Lincoln Squirrel – Hands down the best home-grown local news source. Subscribe if you want to know the haps in town!
Lincoln Talk – Local listserv that connects residents on all-important issues like plumbers and moths and the acceptable time to crank up the heat (really – we can’t make this stuff up). Sign up here!
MBTA Commuter Rail Fitchburg Line Schedule – Commuting in to Cambridge or Boston?
Lincoln Library – The library offers so much, it’s impossible to keep track! Book groups, toddler yoga, plays, lego hours, free movies, and the BEST librarians anywhere!
Lincoln Town Website – assessors, committees, meeting minutes, critical phone numbers, etc.
Bemis Lecture Series: From the linked website: “A unique tradition was established in 1892, in the rural town of Lincoln, Massachusetts. In his will, native Lincolnite George Bemis left the town funds to build “a new Town Hall in which shall be a room of sufficient capacity and proper construction for public lectures…and to provide an annual course of public lectures in said Hall of an instructive and elevating character.” Bemis Hall, the home of the Bemis Lecture Series, was dedicated in May, 1892 as the Town House. The building was designed by Boston architect W. Langdon Warren. At that time, the first floor of the building comprised a selectmen’s office, town clerk’s office, a kitchen, a smaller meeting hall and a jail cell. The larger hall on the second floor was designed to seat 385 people. This building was commonly known as Town Hall for many years and only officially became Bemis Hall in the 1980s, after most municipal functions had relocated to the former Center School building.
Lincoln Recreation Department – Lacrosse, theater, after-school tennis, Trunk-or-Treat: Seasonal programming offered to residents of all ages, and non-residents, too!
Lincoln Land Conservation and the Rural Land Foundation (Including trail maps for all conservation land in Lincoln)