Lincoln Area Archives Museum

Free admission to museums this Saturday and Sunday

Looking for something interesting to do this weekend?   This Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 15 and 16,  from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., the Placer County Heritage ...

Calendar of events for Sept. 11 - 17

Thursday, Sept. 11 TOPS – Take Off Pounds Sensibly meeting is 10 a.m. at St. James Church, 479 L St. Info: Jackie Burnett at 408-3024. Lincoln Rotary meeting – Begins ...

Art, archives top council agenda

City Council unanimously voted to lease two city-owned buildings to nonprofit organizations. The five council members gave the Lincoln Area Archives Museum permission to be on th ...

Lincolnites draw together for Placer County's Heritage Trail

This past weekend was the first time Lincoln Area Archives Museum (LAAM) was invited to be part of Placer County’s Heritage Trail. Lincolnites backed the efforts of the museum v ...

Lincoln Area Archives Museum a gem

I recently visited relatives in Lincoln. Back in the ‘30s ‘40s and ‘50s, my grandparents, Angele and Dosite Paillex, lived on Fruitvale Road. They emigrated from France throu ...

Archives move to old City Hall

A mandatory move for the Lincoln Area Archives Museum will mean more access to historical documents and artifacts for patrons. Last Thursday, the nonprofit organization temporarily ...

Lincoln Area Archives Musuem

The Lincoln Area Archives Museum is temporarily closed, while volunteers move its displays to the old City Hall building at 540 Fifth St. The museum’s current home, the Civic Cen ...

Contributions of Italians to Lincoln honored May 21

In the early 1900s, Lincoln saw the influx of hundreds of Italians either working as artists at Gladding, McBean or as farmers in the agricultural community. That’s according to ...

Civic Center to be brought up to code

Construction on the Civic Center to bring it up to modern code could start as early as September. That’s according to interim public services director Mark Miller, who said renov ...

Lincoln’s talent on display last Saturday

Gathered on Saturday in downtown Lincoln was a 13-year-old who would be at home on Broadway, a 12-year-old who would be just as comfortable at the Metropolitan Opera House, a 13-ye ...

Student doesn’t miss a step

KNOW AND GO What: Second annual Lincoln’s Got Talent! When: 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Saturday Where: Lincoln High School Theater, 790 J St. Admission: $10 for students and $5 for childr ...

History to be a part of downtown vision

The Carnegie Library and Lincoln Area Archives Museum will not be left out of downtown Lincoln’s future plans, although it feels that way to some community leaders. The city paid ...

It's time not to be shy

Are you one of those mirror singers or dancers? Do you like to perform in front of your bathroom mirror where there’s no audience? If so, it’s time you let others see your tal ...

Lincoln’s Got Talent – again

The second annual Lincoln’s Got Talent fundraiser will be Saturday, Jan. 15 at the Lincoln High School’s theater. The fundraiser is sponsored by The Lincoln News Messenger an ...

Festival attracts thousands to downtown

The smoky smell of ribs poured through downtown Lincoln this past Saturday. That’s because the fourth annual Lincoln Rib Festival took over sections of Fifth and F streets Saturd ...