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Scene to be seen column

  Old Fruitvale School celebrates a Christmas pot luck at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday. All are welcome to attend. Bring a dish to share with others. During dinner, Fruitvale student ...

Scene to be seen column

Remember Placer County Wineries’ “Holiday in Hills” this weekend. Lincoln’s Rancho Roble Vineyard and Wise Villa Winery will join 15 other wineries to this self-guid ...

Ho, ho, ho ...

Remember Santa Claus’s special appearance on Saturday during Lincoln Area Archives Museum’s pancake breakfast and craft fair. Volunteer executive director Shirley Russ ...

Everything's 'Dandy' with the University Women, Lincoln Hills Players

On Sunday, American Association of University Women (AAUW) and The Lincoln Hills Players Group team up to offer dinner and a show. A three-course dinner will be served in Orchard ...

Artists on the road again

Look for Lincoln artists Diane Pargament and Margot Comer to team up this Saturday and Sunday during Placer County Arts Council’s 19th annual Autumn Art Studio Tour. This y ...

Archives Museum on this weekend's Heritage trail

This weekend, Lincoln Area Archives Museum will open its doors as part of the “The Heritage Trail.” Look for the museum’s special miniature displays that depict scenes from t ...

Write those poems; it's rhyme time again in Lincoln

Alan Lowe reports that there are just nine days left to submit entries to the eighth annual Voices of Lincoln Poetry Contest. All poets are invited to submit a maximum of three poe ...

Former Bank of America building sold

Dynamic duo ... Downtown Lincoln welcomes A & B Properties. Last week, A & B purchased the vacant Bank of America building at 570 Fifth St. A & B is owned by business partners Joe ...

Whiskers and wine take center stage at Feline Rescue fundraiser

On Saturday, June 16, FieldHaven Feline Rescue will present its fourth annual Classics, Cats and Cabernet fundraiser from 2 to 7 p.m. at 2754 Ironwood Lane. Tickets are $45 per per ...

Toys for Tot's train needs transport trailer

Fran Neves reports that the 20-foot Toys for Tots Train is being assembled and painted by Lincoln High School students under the supervision of shop teachers Jeff Gillming and Scot ...