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The 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 and Coordinator of Intake Services at Eliot Community Human Services.
Sponsored by the Lincoln Board of Health & The America Rescue Plan Act.
Bemis Hall Basement
Want to improve your English? The Lincoln COA&HS, through partnership with English at Large, is now offering FREE one-on-one English language tutoring. Tutoring is provided by a volunteer teacher that matches your schedule. One-on-one and group lessons available. For more information or to register: visit englishatlarge.org/get-a-tutor, call 781-395-2374, or email email@example.com.
Come work on your PhD (Projects Half Done) with us! Every Tuesday of each month at 9:30 am until 11:00 am at Bemis Hall.
Pierce House Tent
Tai chi under the tent for Health and Wellness. Bring a lawn chair. Class for previous Tai Chi students only. For more information or inquiries, please contact Amy.
Pierce House Tent
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. Strengthening your muscles with various upper and lower body exercises. Resistance bands are provided. No class July 14 or August 18.
Functional fitness class with exercises designed to help seniors maintain strength, balance, and independence. Designed for every fitness level with modifications and adaptations. Flexibility training to increase joint range of motion. Resistance training to build lean muscle and increase bone density all to the beat of the music! Finish with a 5-minute stretch. No class July 14 or August 18.
Serving Health Information Needs of Everyone (SHINE) is a free Medicare benefits counseling program available to beneficiaries of all ages and people who are new to Medicare due to retirement, unemployment, or disability. State certified counselors provide impartial answers to all your Medicare questions before you retire and well into retirement as insurance needs change. Confidential counseling is available in person. To make an appointment call the COA&HS, 781-259-8811.
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 wished you could do more? Maybe you are a single person who would love a form of dance where a partner isn't needed? Learn the basic steps and be dancing in minutes.
Join us at Bemis for a relaxed art class. Some individuals like to use paint by number, while others try their hand with art supplies that include watercolor pencils, regular watercolors, or pastels.
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.
Thursdays Cost $60.00/5 week session
Summer Session runs July 7-August 4. This gentle practice works the joints and muscles to increase flexibility, strength, balance, and circulation. For info, contact Jane Moss, email@example.com
All welcome whether a native speaker, beginner, or in-between!
Looking for help with your laptop, smart phone, tablet, or iPad? Come to our FREE tech tutoring office hours on Thursday between 1:30-3:00 pm. If you have a laptop, tablet, notebook, etc., please bring it and the charger. Call 781-259-8811 to make an appointment.
Summer Session runs May 6-September 2. Summer Session consists of 18 classes. Join Derry Tanner, retired nurse and certified personal trainer for Stay Active and Independent for Life (SAIL). Strength, balance, and flexibility exercises make you stronger and feel better. All you need to participate is comfortable clothing, a sturdy chair, and light weights if you have them.
First Parish Church auditorium (across from Bemis Hall)
Lincoln seniors aged 60+, join us for lunch across from Bemis Hall in the First Parish Church auditorium. New and improved menu is listed on the newsletter calendar. This program runs weekly. $2 suggested donation. Dine in or carry out available. Call 781-259-8811 to register. Reservation must be received by noon Wednesday. Sponsored by Minuteman Senior Services.
Fridays at 1:00 - Free popcorn!
Lincoln Academy is on summer recess and returns this September. Join us for movies both new and classic, foreign and domestic, biographic and fictional. Occurs every Friday this summer following Senior Dining.
See front page of newsletter for movie schedule!
Brush up on your French speaking skills. Second and fourth Monday of each month at 9:30 am via Zoom.
The team at Heart to Home Meals is offering a FREE lunch at Bemis Hall to honor the seniors of Lincoln. These delicious meals are frozen and can be stored in your freezer until you are ready to heat and enjoy! Come and join the team for this free lunch, including give-away prizes! Space is limited. Sign up is required. Call 781-259-8811 to reserve your spot.
A. Crumb-topped cod in lemon sauce - cod fillet topped with parsley crumb in a lemon butter sauce. Sides include rice, asparagus, and green beans.
B. Chicken teriyaki - authentic teriyaki sauce mixed with chicken and vegetables. Served with a fluffy vegetable rice pilaf.
Have your blood pressure checked, receive advice about nutrition and fitness, medication management, answers about how to manage chronic conditions, where to get health services, and more!
All participants must register in advance by calling 781-259-8811. Space is limited to Lincoln seniors aged 60 plus. Registration is on a first come, first serve basis. Suggested $10 donation. Sponsored by the Friends of the Lincoln COA and the Pierce House.
FREE Watercolors. Join Anna Fitzgerald to make your own creative watercolor artwork. LCOA&HS provides watercolor and art materials. This is a Free five week session that will be hosted outside. Please note: the class will be inside if the weather is inclement. Space is limited to 12 participants. Please call to sign up for this class.
Bring your ukulele and come play with friends both old and new. Second and Fourth Thursday of each month at 3:00 pm at Bemis Hall.
Come enjoy speaking German. First, third, and fifth Friday of each month at 10:00 am via Zoom.
Have a family member with memory loss? You're invited to come together and 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. This caregiver support group is offered via Zoom and facilitated by Claire Gerstein, LICSW. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info. Sponsored by the Commons in Lincoln.
Do you have general health questions? Do you have questions about COVID-19, booster shots, transmission trends, symptoms, or treatment? Join Town Nurse, Tricia McGean, via Zoom to have your questions answered. Sign up by sending an email to email@example.com.
Bemis Hall Map Room
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Storytimes take place inside in-person on Tuesdays at 10:00am. Join us for a lively story program that combines books, music, and movement. Come prepared to dance! Ages 0-5. No registration necessary.
Gentle stories and songs for babies and caregivers, followed by playtime. A great opportunity to connect and share experiences! Intended for infants and their caregivers (older siblings welcome.) No registration required.
Families with young children are invited to listen to some stories, learn some songs, and have juice, coffee, and donuts. No registration required. This program will be on the Library's lawn, weather permitting.
This workshop is perfect for beginners as well as for those children looking to advance their skills. We will cover the basics of knitting while making a stuffed animal. The workshop includes yarn, knitting needles, and pattern. Registration required, contact firstname.lastname@example.org to register. Open to children in grades 2+.
Participants are encouraged to attend all 4 sessions
You are all cordially invited to a Crimson Mystery Party! Sign up to be a character and come prepared to work together to solve the mystery. This program is designed for children aged 12+. Space is limited, contact SFeather@minlib.net to sign up
Everyone plays at Bob Bloom's interactive drumming hoots. Everyone gets their heart and hands around his colorful cargo of curious drums. Everyone joins with him to launch legendary songs that have joyous melodies and gratifying beats. For all ages, no registration required. This program will be held under the tent on the Pierce House lawn.
Come one, come all for a fun night of BINGO! Prizes for all! All ages. Drop in.
Copies of the book will be available at the Children's Desk the first week of the month, if you would like to read before you watch! Please email email@example.com to RSVP if you are interested. Intended for children in grades 3 and up.
Join real scientists from SEED, Inc. as we explore simple machines and build a crazy, complex machine to ring a bell! Young scientists ages 7-11 are invited to register by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Storyteller Motoko will tell folktales from Asia, share hands-on origami activities including a towel monkey! Program open to school-age children. *For those younger than seven, a caregiver must be with child to assist with the hands-on activity. Registration required! Email email@example.com to register.
Children of all ages are welcome to join us to learn about and MEET some "not so scary animals." Registration required! Email firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
Short films based on beloved Mo Willems stories. Ages 2+. Drop in.
VIRTUAL School Building Committee Outreach Subcommittee Meeting
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