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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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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+.
Come enjoy a program celebrating Celtic history, music and literature.
Jaimee Leigh will take the audience on a resonant journey through the
history of the Celtic Harp and share a few tunes and legends from the past.
Actor, teacher and lecturer Stephen Collins will perform his one man show
on Irish writers. Stephen is a favorite artist among the residents of Lincoln
and will share his talent by delivering 20th century poems and excerpts
with humor and grace. Sponsored by Friends of the Lincoln Council on Aging and the Friends of the Lincoln Library.
Questions about estate planning or probate? Call 781-259-8811 to sign up for a FREE 25 minute consultation. Appointments are available in person, by phone, or by Zoom.