Holiday Events in Lincoln

December 1st

Christmas Parade and Tree Lighting

photo by Bob Crisp, The Daily Home
December 9th

Toys for Tykes

Gift Assistance Applications due at 4:30 pm at the Police Department.
Call 205-763-4065 or email lin.estes@lincolnal.org for more information.

Senior Christmas Lunch, hosted by Lincoln Alabama Parks and Recreation

10:30 am at the Senior Building
Bingo, Food, Drinks, Music & Prizes for Ugly Sweaters

Lincoln Lights Celebration

Lincoln High School, 6 pm — 8 pm

December 16th

Toys for Tykes

Deadline for CASH donations.
The Police Department or City Hall can accept donations. 

Gift Wrapping at the Library

9 am in the Lincoln Library Conference Room
Don't forget to bring your choice of paper, bags, bows, and decorations!
Limit 5. 

December 19th

Toys for Tykes

Deadline for TOY donations.
Bring unwrapped toys the Police Station or City Hall. 

December 22nd

Gift Wrapping at the Library

9 am in the Lincoln Library Conference Room
Don't forget to bring your choice of paper, bags, bows, and decorations!
Limit 5. 

Visit Santa at the Library

11 am at Lincoln Public Library

December 23rd - 26th

HAPPY HOLIDAYS!

City offices CLOSED

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