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Welcome!

The Lincoln Public Library prides itself on being at the center of our community, a place where all can participate in a wonderful world of education, recreation, and social gatherings. A friendly, community-based atmosphere to read, research and explore new and exciting places. We encourage you to take part in all we have to offer. Our patron's needs are as diverse as they come; our programming, events, services, and varied collection reflect those needs. We welcome one and all to our library!


IN THE NEWS

Meet the Author

Bruce Heald

A History of the New Hampshire Abenaki

Thursday April 17th 6:30pm

Friends of Lincoln Library gifts

Gypsies

The Friends of Lincoln Library generously purchased 2 iPAD's and a iMac computer for use by our patrons. Come in and see these great additons to our technology.
We also have online access to the Wall Street Journal, and Consumer Reports, call us to get the login information.

 

 


ARTISTS on exhibit for April and May


Littleton Studio School on exhibit
Library Shelves

For the months of April and May, the Littleton Studio School will be exhibiting some of their students and instructors artwork. Please stop by and see what this local studio has to offer. View the display through May 30, 2014, which include examples of Clay, jewelry/metals, painting /drawing and other mixed media such as basket making, felting, digital images, print making and more.

 


 

Upcoming Events

Thursday February 13th 3:00pm RESCHEDULED to APRIL 17th at 3:00PM

Financial seminars with Flatiron Financial Group

Estate Planning, the Fundamentals  - Thursday, February 13th, 2014 3:00 – 4:30 pm.

This program is free and open to all interested parties. Please call and reserve your seat for this informative porgram.                     


    

The Role of Abenaki Women with Dana Benner

Thursday April 24, 2014 at 6:30pm

The role women play in history is often overlooked. This program is designed to take a look at the many roles that women played in New England Native American society. You will see that their lives were much more than fixing meals and caring for the children. Bring plenty of questions! Dana has an M.Ed in Heritage Studies from Plymouth State University.
This program is free and open to all.

 

 

 

 

 

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