News & Service Updates

National Indigenous History Month

Three multicoloured images represent Canada's Indigenous Peoples: The eagle to represent First Nations The narwhal to represent Inuit The beaded flower to represent Métis

During National Indigenous History Month, we celebrate the history and accomplishments of the First Nations, Métis, and Inuit in our community and across Canada. We encourage our communities in Lincoln and Pelham to start a conversation and learn more about …

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The Moccasin Identifier Comes to Lincoln

A moccasin is stencilled in purple, green, and blue.

  “If we, as First Nations people, don’t get a marker on the ground today, we will be lost forever.”—Carolyn King, former Chief Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation (MCFN).    The Moccasin Identifier was created in 2011 by Carolyn King, and later …

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May 5: Red Dress Day

a graphic novel featuring an Indigenous women's face and red fabric

May 5 is the National Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls, and Two-Spirit people (MMIWG2S+) in Canada, also known as Red Dress Day. Red Dress Day began in 2010 as the REDress project, initiated by Métis …

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Lincoln and Pelham Public Libraries merged on April 1, 2022

exterior shot of all four branches of Lincoln Pelham Public Library

PRESS RELEASEFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Lincoln and Pelham Public Libraries Merge Operations Beginning April 1, 2022, two great libraries will become one. The Lincoln Pelham Public Librarywill begin operations as one system – with its shared staffing complement providing excellentservices …

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Fine Free, Forever!

In March 2020, Lincoln Pelham Public Library suspended late fees as a response to the pandemic. As of January 1, 2022, we’re excited to announce we’re staying fine free, forever! Fees for lost and damaged materials will continue to apply. …

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We Remember: Harry R. Hamilton

headstone of RH Hamilton

Every year on November 11, we pause to honour and give thanks for the men and women who have served in the military and on peacekeeping missions. In Lincoln, the cenotaphs in Beamsville and Jordan stand as memorials to these …

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2020 Annual Report

2020 was quite the year. Watch our 2020 Annual Report Video to see highlights from last year and where we’re headed in 2021. We’re excited about what’s to come! Thank you to everyone who shared stories and snapshots. We love …

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Lincoln and Pelham Library Boards explore shared services

Lincoln and Pelham Public Library logos

Lincoln and Pelham, ON – The Lincoln and Pelham Public Library Boards are pleased to announce that they have begun to explore the possibility of merging the two library systems. In the spirit ofcreating efficiencies and streamlining administrative functions and …

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New year, new look at Lincoln Public Library

Child watching 3D Printer

Our core purpose has always been to give the community space — whether physical or virtual — to learn, discover, experience and explore. Learn with your library card; cards are free for everyone. Stop by a branch in Beamsville or …

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Visiting Library Service

The Visiting Library Service (VLS) provided by Lincoln Public Library is for community members who are unable to visit the library due to age, disability or illness. This service is limited to residents of Lincoln (Beamsville, Vineland, Vineland Station, Jordan, …

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