Parks, Recreation, Culture

Parks, Recreation, & Culture Master Plan

Say How You Play - Parks, Recreation, & Culture Master Plan

The Town of Lincoln is developing a Parks, Recreation and Culture Master Plan to guide decisions over the next ten years. Through research and public input, the Master Plan will examine service levels in all communities across the Town and establish priorities. The Plan will confirm program, service and facility needs and will identify provision strategies to assist with implementation.

Doors Open Lincoln

Doors Open Lincoln - As part of Lincoln Rerooted

On September 29 the Town of Lincoln is opening its doors to you! 

From greenhouses to wineries, museums to breweries, Lincoln  is opening its doors to the public to celebrate our history, heritage and local businesses. Come explore our roots!

Date: Sept. 29, 2018
Time: 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. 
 


Locations:

Town of Lincoln Museum & Cultural Centre

  • 4996 Beam St., Beamsville

Play Lincoln

Introducing Play Lincoln 

The Town of Lincoln is excited to share the first edition of Play Lincoln, a new, semi-annual publication that highlights opportunities for you to get active and engage in and with the spaces, places and faces that make Lincoln a wonderful place to grow, prosper and belong.

It is your guide to community activities, programming, schedules and events!

Collections & Research

Collections & Research

Archival Material

The Town of Lincoln Museum and Cultural Centre has compiled its collection of archival material. You can now search our archives for artifacts like books, photographs, letters and even deeds and marriage licenses. Below you can access three different types of archival listings (PDF documents):

Special Event Permit

Special Event Permit

The Town of Lincoln's special event permit:

  • Ensures events provide a safe experience for the community and minimizes risk & liability to event organizer

  • Increases coordination of Town services & other applicable agencies (e.g. Public Health) for your event

  • Ensures success of your event and minimize disruption to community and/or surrounding residents
  • Minimizes confusion & try to assist all parties