The Lincoln Council on Aging is the Town department serving the residents of Lincoln, Massachusetts who are 60 and older, their families and other caregivers, and other residents, especially people younger than 60 who have disabilities, who can benefit from our services. Younger Lincoln residents are also welcome to come to our educational programs and other activities unless noted otherwise on the website or in our monthly newsletter. Programs about retirement-related benefits and planning may be of special interest to those in their 50s. We also provide social services to Lincoln residents of all ages. Except for some trips, classes, and other special activities, our programs and services are free.
We are located in historic Bemis Hall.
Address: 15 Bedford Road, Lincoln, MA 01763
(Mailing address: c/o Town Offices, 16 Lincoln Road, Lincoln, MA 01773)
Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday
We offer a wide array of classes and activities at Bemis Hall. These include educational presentations, fitness classes, games and recreation, social events, art exhibits, movies, and more. You’ll find them all listed in our monthly newsletter (click here to see newsletter).
Our programs and services are supported and frequently co-sponsored by the Friends of the Lincoln Council on Aging. All our work is made possible by the efforts of our 150 volunteers.
We provide many programs and services to make your life more enjoyable and to help you stay independently in your home. Pam’s groups are a very special way many people connect with one another and find the support and information they need. Please give us a call to make an appointment if you would like to talk about services available to you.