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Topic: Board of Health Meeting
Time: February 8, 2023 07:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
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Lincoln Mental Health Clinics are available to town residents of all ages. Appointments are held by Zoom, phone, or in person. Call Abigail at 781-259-8811 for an appointment. Staffed by: Sara Hickey, MSW, LCSW, Outpatient Clinician at Eliot Community Human Services. Sponsored by the Board of Health and the America Rescue Plan Act.
Enjoy the fun of line dancing. All levels are welcome to participate. Maybe you've done a little line dancing at a wedding or party, loved it, and wish you could do more? Maybe you are a single person who would love a form of dance where a partner isn't needed? Maybe you just might be looking for something new to try and get a little exercise too!
Winter session is Jan.4 - March 31. (13 weeks)
Complete a paint-by-number masterpiece or use our art supplies (watercolors, pastels, etc.) and try something new.
The Veterans' Services Officer (VSO), Peter Harvell, is an advocate for Lincoln's veterans and their dependents. The VSO can assist veterans with questions about state and federal veteran benefits and services. Office Hours: Thursday from 9 am to Noon at Bemis Hall. Peter can also be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Designed to help maintain strength, flexibility, and independence with both standing and seated exercises using resistance bands. Warm-up moving your body and joints through their full range of motion without resistance to the music. Full body stretch designed to lower your heart rate, relieve stress, increase flexibility, and leave you feeling great! Resistance bands are provided. Class can be done seated or standing.
Functional fitness class with exercises designed to help seniors maintain strength, balance, and independence. Designed for every fitness level with modifications and adaptations. Balance exercises to improve gait and confidence. Resistance training to build lean muscle and increase bone density all to the beat of the music! Finish with a 5-minute stretch.
Looking for a local hairdresser or barber? We are pleased to announce monthly half price Senior Salon Day in collaboration with the Salon at Minuteman Tech. Call 781-259-8811 to reserve your appointment to receive the royal treatment. For a full list of salon services: www.minuteman.org/student-run-public-services/salon-minuteman
The Salon is located at 758 Marrett Road, Lexington, MA. Need a ride? Call Carlee at 781-259-8811 to book transportation. Don't forget to have lunch at the District Restaurant after your appointment!
17-week winter session runs Jan. 6 - April 28. Join Derry Tanner, retired nurse and certified personal trainer and Stay Active and Independent for Life (SAIL). Research tested strength, balance, and flexibility exercises will make you stronger and feel better. All you need to participate is comfortable clothing, a sturdy chair and light weights. Email Amy to register.
Did you make a New Year's resolution to try something new? Has it been decades since you last played piano? Then this is the class for you! Susan Cohen will introduce the basics of piano playing. No experience necessary! Learn finger placement, how to find Middle C, how to read notes on the music staff, and the names of the keys. Session consists of 4 weeks with no class Feb. 24. Email email@example.com if you would like to sign up. $85/ session. Is this class out of your budget? Scholarships available. Having a keyboard or piano at home is preferred for practice, but not a must. Instructor will provide information on music books to purchase at the first class. The COA&HS will have a limited number of music books on hand to lend for those who wish to borrow one.
First Parish Church
Enjoy the company of your neighbors while friendly staff serve you a meal, coffee & dessert too! RSVP by Wednesday for Friday lunch. $2 suggested donation. Residents age 60+. Sponsored by Minuteman Senior Services.
First Parish Church
Enjoy the company of your neighbors while friendly staff serve you a meal, including coffee & dessert. RSVP due Wednesday for Friday Lunch. $2 suggested donation. Lincoln residents age 60+.
February 3: The Truth about Women & Heart Disease
February 10: Greatest Love Songs of All Time
February 17: Black History Month in the Era of CRT - Book Banning
February 24: Tree Tapping with Ranger Will Leona: an Intergenerational February Vacation Event
Bemis Hall Map Room
See February newsletter for movie details!
Want to improve your English? The Lincoln COA&HS, through partnership with EAL, is now offering FREE 1-on-1 English language tutoring. Tutoring is provided by a volunteer teacher matched to your schedule. Group lessons also available. For more info or to register: visit englishatlarge.org/get-a-tutor, call 781-395-2374, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Come work on your PhD (Projects Half Done) with us. Knitting takes place in-person and via Zoom. Email email@example.com if you would like to join the group via Zoom.
Winter sessions begins Jan. 4 and meets every other week. Sharing stories & writing them together. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to join!
Have a family member with memory loss? You're invited to join with other caregivers as a group. We'll learn about memory loss, talk about challenges, and create strategies for managing a difficult situation, while also taking care of ourselves. This group is open to all ages. Group is offered via Zoom. Facilitated by Claire Gerstein, LICSW. Email email@example.com for more info. Sponsored by Benchmark Senior Living at the Commons in Lincoln.
Dealing with the death of a loved one is difficult. It can be helpful to come together with others who are grieving, to talk about the feelings, and get support. Claire Gerstein, LICSW is leading a bereavement support group via Zoom on the 4th Wednesday of each month. Contact Claire directly at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more or if you would like to attend. She will send you the Zoom link.
Residents of all ages are invited to join Select Board member, Jennifer Glass, to ask your questions, get the latest updates, and give your ideas. Coffee and pastries provided! Call 781-259-8811 for more info. If you would prefer to meet via Zoom, contact Amy at email@example.com.
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In the past we met at the Hanscom Civil Air Terminal
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Town Offices are closed as outlined on the employee handbook and holiday calendar.
Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, & Anti-Racism Public Forum!
Meet the Town's consultants, Racial Equity Group/Elite Research, learn about the planning and goal-setting process, find out ways to be involved. The forum is being planned as a hybrid event; physical location TBA.
VIRTUAL School Building Committee Outreach Subcommittee Meeting
Hartwell Multipurpose Room
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HYBRID School Committee Meeting
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This will be a Hybrid meeting. You may join us in the Donaldson Room at Town offices or join us via Zoom