To see the schedule of meetings of town and school groups such as Board of Selectmen and School Committee:
- Visit the Town of Lincoln municipal calendar
To submit an event:
- Email the following information to firstname.lastname@example.org (no attachments, please):
Lincoln Academy with Peter Conrad—the medicalization of society: origins and consequences
Come to Bemis Hall on Monday, Jan. 22 at 12:30 to hear Peter Conrad discuss “The Medicalization of Society— Origins and Consequences.” In recent years an increasing number of behaviors, conditions and human differences have been defined and treated as medical disorders. Examples include addictions of all sorts, ADHD, obesity, menopause, a wide range of sadness, erectile dysfunction, PMS, infertility, childbirth, aging, cognition loss, and dozens of others. This talk examines the origins and consequences of this widespread medicalization of society. The COA provides beverages and dessert. The lectures last about an hour, including a question and answer period. Participants are welcome to stay after the program to continue their discussion. All ages welcome!
The Lincoln Land Conservation Trust presents Earthflight followed by a talk by retired marine biologist and veterinarian Vincent Durso on Monday, Jan. 22 from 7:30–9 p.m. in the LLCT office in Lincoln Station above the post office. Using trained HD camera-carrying birds, drones, paragliders, and remote-control microflight planes, see amazing viewpoints that have never been seen before In episode one of a six-part series, fly across North America with migrating snow geese, pelicans, and bald eagles over the Great Plains, the Grand Canyon, Alaska, New York City and the Golden Gate Bridge as they encounter bears, dolphins, bison, and spawning fish. Following the film, Dr. Durso will discuss specific migrating bird habitats in Lincoln, including water, field and forest, and how the migrant species differ in these varied locations.
The First Parish in Lincoln will host “Hidden in Plain Sight: Domestic Violence Awareness,” a series of three evening events designed to raise awareness of domestic violence and abuse in Lincoln and the surrounding communities. Among the speakers will be Lt. Sean Kennedy of the Lincoln Police Department. The program will be an opportunity to learn about local resources available to domestic violence survivors, as well as provide information for those who are interested in volunteering to help.
The classes will be held on January 23, February 21, and March 27 from 7–8:30 p.m. in the Parish House (14 Bedford Rd.). Ministerial Intern Terry Cummings will lead the program. The meetings are free and open to all. To register, please email Terry at email@example.com.
Ring in the New Year in culinary style as we enjoy an evening of good food and festive flair. Learn the techniques to preparing a mouth-watering dinner with a renowned Boston chef. The evening will include a full meal. Details are available at www.piercehouse.com. Cost is $95 and the class is limited to 10 people.
Come learn about complementary medicine, including therapeutic touch, essential oils, energy work, reiki, quick energy balance, food as medicine, sound healing with crystal bowls, shamanic healing, gentle Hatha yoga , family yoga, Kundalini yoga, gong meditation and more! Contact Jai Kaur Annamaria at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Lincoln Academy with Zach Woods: amateurs assist in the second war for U.S. independence
Come to Bemis Hall on Monday, Jan. 29 at 12:30 to hear Zach Woods discuss “Amateurs Assist in the Second War for U.S. Independence.” Non-professional militia, privateers, and Napoleon hindered and helped as we fought against the superior but hamstrung British Military in the War of 1812. What was the war all about? Learn about some of the surprising and telling moments in the conflict through a short film and presentation. The COA provides beverages and dessert. The lectures last about an hour, including a question and answer period. Participants are welcome to stay after the program to continue their discussion. All ages welcome!
See “Georgia O’Keeffe: Art, Image, Style” exhibit at the Peabody Essex Museum. Limited to 25 people. The cost will be $20 for a private tour of the exhibit. We will be leaving the library at 10 a.m. and returning by 5 p.m. For information on registering for the trip, please email Lisa Rothenberg at email@example.com or call 781-259-8465 ext. 202. Both programs are sponsored by the Friends of the Lincoln Public Library.