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The Arts Council of Lincoln County thanks these partners for primary funding:
North Carolina Arts Council
www.ncarts.org

NC Arts Council is a division of the Department of Cultural Resources.
www.ncculture.com
Arts Council of Lincoln County
We are located in the Lincoln Cultural Center at 403 East Main Street
in Lincolnton, North Carolina.
Post Office Box 45  l  Lincolnton, North Carolina 28093
P: 704-732-9044  l  E: artslincolnnc@gmail.com
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P: 704-732-9044   l   E: artslincolnnc@gmail.com
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City of Lincolnton   www.ci.lincoln.nc.us
114 East Main Street, Lincolnton, NC 28902

Lincoln County   www.co.lincoln.nc.us
115 West Main Street, Lincolnton, NC 28093

Lincoln County Schools   www.lincolnk12.nc.us
P.O. Box 400, LIncolnton, NC 28093


Calendar of Events

February- A Place to Grow Art exhibit. Reception 2-14-19 @ 
10:00 am. This wonderful display of children's art will be in 
the galleries until March 8-19

March- Senior art showcase. March 11 through March 29
Senior Follies, March 9 @ 3pm
Silver Arts Awards March 15 11:30am

April- Robinson Lineberger Literacy Competition 



        










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403 East Main Street, Lincolnton
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Arts Council of Lincoln County
Arts Council of Lincoln County
Office Hours: 10:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday - Friday or by appointment.  Closed most Wednesdays 


Michael & Lorie Williams





2019 Robinson-Lineberger Literary Competition
Adult Poetry
1st Place – White Trash, by Bill Whitesides
2nd Place – Framing Us, by Cindy Ballard
3rd Place – Autumn Thoughts, by Mahlon Brewster Strope
 Honorable Mention- False Impressions, by Melissa Peeler
Honorable Mention- Auntie, by Frances Mundy
Honorable Mention- Ode to the Sunday Crossword, by Sue Goldstein
Adult Prose
1st Place – The Ghost of Jim Morrison, by Jessica R. M. Williams
2nd Place – Toy Soldiers, by Bill Whitesides 
3rd Place-A Heart Full of Love, by Kay Marks
Honorable Mention- Coffee, Tea or Slander, by Harper Girvin
Honorable Mention- What I Do When I Have Nothing to Do, by Sue Goldstein
Honorable Mention- Wyley, by Cindy Ballard

* Please check out our Camp TAB to see all the information
about camps this summer.