NEWS

Please attend the Annual Meeting of Members on Tuesday, May 17, 2016 at 7 PM

The Annual Meeting of Members of the Lincoln Old Town Hall Corporation will be held on Tuesday, May 17, at 7:00 pm at the Lincoln Town Office Building, 16 Lincoln Road. The meeting will be held in The Donaldson Room. The agenda will include the election of Trustees and a President of the Corporation for the ensuing year, as well as financial reports and a review of the past year's activities. The Old Town Hall Corporation Annual Meeting of the Trustees will immediately follow, and will include the election of remaining officers and the conduct of such other business as may be brought before the meeting. All members are invited (and encouraged!) to attend.
We hope to see you there!

 

The Annual Gift Local Holiday Sale on Dec. 13-14 was a Success! 

Local artisans gathered on December 13-14, 2014 to sell their wares and spread holiday cheer at Bemis Hall in Lincoln Center. The event was well attended, and shoppers delighted in a wide array of beautiful handmade gifts, ranging from jewelry, to gourmet chocolates, blown glass, pottery, watercolors, cozy mittens & hats, turned wood bowls and handmade ephemera. Many thanks to the fabulous vendors for creating such a festive and fun shopping event!  It was a great way to swing into the holiday season!

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The Lincoln Old Town Hall Corporation Celebrates its 50th Anniversary!

On Thursday, May 2, 2013, fifty members of The Lincoln Old Town Hall Corporation gathered to toast its Golden Jubilee. The event provided an opportunity to  express thanks for the vision and community spirit that brought 18 Lincoln residents together back in 1962 to purchase and preserve this stately antique building and its adjoining land for the future benefit of Lincoln residents. The care and keeping of The Lincoln Old Town Hall has been a community effort over the years, and  stories were shared of many people who recognized the role it plays in maintaining Lincoln's historic, small town character and have generously given their time, talent and treasure to the building's continued well being. The outdoor reception included refreshments and hors d'oeuvres along with toasts and much merriment as friends and neighbors reminisced in the warm glow of good feeling and fellowship (despite a rather brisk spring breeze!). Hearty New Englanders, one and all!