PETE'S POSSE WILL play in Lincoln for the Burnham Music Series on Saturday, Feb. 8.
LINCOLN — Vermont’s own trad-roots power trio Pete’s Posse will be performing for the Burnham Music Series at Burnham Hall on Saturday, Feb. 8. Composed of acclaimed musician Pete Sutherland, his talented protégé Oliver Scanlon and the uber-dynamic Tristan Henderson, Pete’s Posse never fails to surprise and excite. Twin fiddles in tight, wild harmony over high-powered guitar and pounding foot percussion with mandolin, clawhammer banjo, jaw harp, rocking keyboards and soaring vocal harmonies add color to the Posse’s sonic landscape.
With a steady flow of powerful uplifting energy that spans...
BAY DANFORTH JACKSON, left, and Ellie Bryant are vying for one two-year seat, the only contested race for Lincoln selectboard this year.
LINCOLN — The election for the two-year seat on the Lincoln selectboard will feature the two top vote-getters in last year’s selectboard race. The big difference is that this year both names will be on the ballot.
Last March, long after it was too late to file an election petition, Bay Danforth Jackson decided she wanted to run for a spot on the Lincoln selectboard. So on Town Meeting Day she stood outside the town offices and lobbied Lincoln residents to write her in on the ballot.
Already on the ballot was incumbent Ellie Bryant, a recent appointee running to keep her seat.
Bryant won the...
LINCOLN — The Lincoln Library will be hosting an open house on Saturday, Feb. 1, starting right after the Hill Country Holiday parade until 3 p.m. Stop by and celebrate 20 years in its current location. Warm yourself by the bonfire, listen to music, eat good food, drink hot chocolate, play games, sculpt snow and ice skate on the newly created rink. Tell your friends, bring your neighbors.
The Lincoln Ladies Aid Industria’s Annual Tea will be on Wednesday, Feb. 5, at Burnham Hall from 1 to 3 p.m. Tom Verner will share some of his work as an active member of Magicians Without Borders. Also,...
LINCOLN — Show your love for the library! To celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Lincoln Library in its current location, they are collecting six-word stories that describe people’s feelings and connections to the library. Small slips of paper can be found at the school, the general store, the church, the town clerk’s office and, of course, the library, to write your stories on.
The stories will be on display at the library’s open house on Saturday, Feb. 1, during Hill Country Holiday. After the parade the library will be offering some delicious soups, music and community fun. Say it in...
LINCOLN — A Florida man has been charged with one count of lewd or lascivious conduct with a child and one count of luring a child, stemming from a Dec. 27 incident in Lincoln, according to a press release issued by Vermont State Police.
Walter Hutton, 35, of Palm Harbor, Fla., was arrested by the Pinellas County (Florida) Sheriff’s Office on Jan. 13 and will be extradited to Vermont to face the charges, the press release said.
The VSP Bureau of Criminal Investigations received a complaint about the incident on Dec. 28.
“As a result of subsequent investigative actions, including multiple...
LINCOLN — Hill Country Holiday (HCH) weekend begins Friday, Jan. 31 with a taco dinner brought to you by the Lincoln Little League from 5 to 7 p.m. downstairs in Burnham Hall. After you grab a bite to eat, head upstairs at 6:45 p.m. to play Military Whist. The cost is only $1 to play.
On Saturday, Feb. 1, the parade starts at 11:30 a.m. This year’s theme is “Love Your Library” in honor of the Lincoln Library celebrating 20 years in its current location. The parade will have a new route this year. Vehicles in the parade will assemble at the pallet mill at 11:15 a.m. and walkers will lineup at...
LINCOLN — The Burnham Music Series presents Matt Flinner, Jamie Masefield and Will Patton on Saturday, Jan. 11, at 7:30 p.m., at Burnham Hall. The trio brings together three of Vermont’s finest mandolinists for a rare evening of bluegrass, jazz and roots music in the unique setting of three mandolins. Joined by journeyman bassist Pat Melvin, the group performs music of Bill Monroe, Django Reinhardt, J.S. Bach and everything in between, all with the flair of virtuosity and originality. Adults are $10, kids and teens are free.
This year the library is planning to have a larger presence at the...
MATT FLINNER, JAMIE Masefield and Will Patton and will perform at Burnham Hall in Lincoln, on Saturday, Jan. 11, at 7:30 p.m., for the Burnham Music Series. These concerts are $10 for adults, teens and kids are free.
LINCOLN — Matt Flinner, Jamie Masefield and Will Patton and will perform at Burnham Hall, 52 River Road in Lincoln, on Saturday, Jan. 11, at 7:30 p.m. The trio brings together three of Vermont’s finest mandolinists for a rare evening of bluegrass, jazz and roots music. Joined by journeyman bassist Pat Melvin, the group will perform music of Bill Monroe, Django Reinhardt, J.S. Bach and everything in between.
Grammy-nominated mandolinist Matt Flinner has made a career out of playing acoustic music in new ways. Starting out as a banjo prodigy who was playing bluegrass festivals...
LINCOLN — Happy 2020 to all! Here is some town meeting news from Sally Ober, Lincoln Town Clerk: If you intend to circulate a petition to get something on the agenda for our town meeting on Monday, March 2, now is the time to get to work. Agenda petitions require signatures from at least 5% of Lincoln’s registered voters (56 signatures). Agenda item petitions need 56 signatures and are due by Wednesday, Jan. 15.
Blank agenda petitions are available on the town website or at the town office. Even if you are not done collecting signatures, it helps to let the Selectboard know that you are...
I want to thank all the people who helped get me safely (and unhurt) out of my car when it almost went into the New Haven River in Lincoln in a white-out on Dec. 18. It was a tricky rescue on a steep bank and in nasty weather.
Everyone was kind and helpful: fire, EMTs and police, as well as April Mastersson, who happened to be passing by and who stayed with me and kept me focused until the Lincoln firepeople arrived.
Thank you all!