TOWN OF LINCOLN SPECIAL EVENTS
NEW YEAR'S LEVEE
The first Saturday in January is the Mayor and Council's New Year's Levee at The Fleming Centre. An invitation is extended to all residents of Lincoln to join the Mayor and Council for at the event - which includes a family skate, refreshments and children's activities.
APRIL IS VOLUNTEER MONTH
Volunteers have a real impact in our community. They lead local boards. They plan events. Volunteers coach and lead local youth organizations. National Volunteer Week takes place April 10 - 16, 2016 and is a chance to thank volunteers for all they do for our community. It is all about taking time to recognize the tremendous impact of our incredible volunteers. Click here for more information on Canada's National Volunteer Week
Student Volunteer Fair
More information coming soon
Friday, April 28, 2017
Volunteer Appreciation Reception
7 - 9:30 p.m.
More information coming soon.
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JUNE IS RECREATION AND PARKS MONTH
Celebrate the benefits of recreation and park in everyday life. Enjoy different activities everyday in our community!
CANADA DAY CELEBRATION
Celebrate Canada's Birthday on July 1, 2016 at Charles Daley Park (North Service Rd,. Jordan - between Jordan Rd and Seventh St.)
The fun-filled family event includes:
- Musical entertainment
- Canada's Birthday Cake
- Food Court
- Children's Bouncers
- Fire Trucks
- Mad Science
- FIREWORKS at 10 pm and much more....
Park admission is $2 per person
Details coming soon!
FAMILY MOVIE NIGHTS
Admission is free with a non-perishable food item fro Community Care of West Niagara.
Bring your own lawn chair. Refreshments will be available for purchase.
More information coming soon!
FAMILY FUN NIGHT AT THE ALLAN F. GRETSINGER POOL
Join us for a family fun swim at the Allan F. Gretsinger Pool (4361 Central Ave., Beamsville)
Bring a non-perishable food item to support Community Care of West Niagara.
Regular Admission Rates and Standards apply.
Pioneer Day at the Jordan Historical Museum takes place the weekend before Canadian Thanksgiving. The museum grounds and part of Main Street are transformed with sights, sounds and tastes of yesterday. Admission is required. All proceeds go to support the museum.