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                                                               139 West Lincoln Avenue

                                            LINCOLN, KS 67455

                                    785 524 5133  villagelines@sbcglobal.net

                                                       Monday thru Saturday  9:30 am - 5:30 pm


Kansas flag - Artwork and tours of Lincoln County, Kansas.    

                   26th Annual Lincoln Reenactment, Lincoln, KS, February 12 & 13, 2016

Programming at Lincoln County Museum, Courthouse, Finch Theatre, Lincoln High School

                                               Reconstruction Following the Civil War

  • Tom Leahy as President Lincoln 
  • Screenings of 'Lincoln on the Silver Screen' and  'The Conspirator'  
  • Lincoln Look-A-Like contest
  •  First Person Presentations 
  • Reading Theatre
  • Buffalo Stew Meal
  • Period music 
  • Period dress appreciated by all attending

                         Full schedule on Lincoln Reenactment page, button on left    

                                      

                 Happy Birthday, KANSAS, 155 Years young on January 29!

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KANSAS 153 YEARS A STATE, JANUARY 29!   KANSAS, 155 years a state, January 29, 2016!

Abraham Lincoln, our town and county namesake, raised the first flag with the Kansas star at Philadelphia in 1861 on his way to his inauguration in Washington!

                             


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    We have a good selection of gluten free products!

     We're always expanding our food section to include the best of Gluten-Free foods. 
Only the ones we are excited about are retained.  

Click on "Gluten-Free Foods" at the left for product listing

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Lincoln Avenue is home to interesting experiences in friendly stores for the serious shopper or casual browsers.  Village Lines enjoys neighbors such as Seirer's Clothing, an amazing store of name brands for over 30 years,  Hayworth's, a classic hardware and hunting venue,  Ronnie's Diner, a re-created experience of the 1950's decor and short order menu PLUS savory smoked meats offered from time to time,  the Sunrise Cafe, country home cooking in a delightful atmosphere, Pharmacy/books and gifts, , The Lincoln County Historical Museum, an outstanding venue and activity program, the Lincoln Art Center,  one of Kansas' best supported art venues, Stop and Shop, a second hand store full of incredible bargains,  The Chamber of Commerce, Meet Nancy and see how friendly Lincoln people are, The Finch Theatre weekend movies, frequent stage productions, M & J Furniture and Appliances rare in a small town,  Barbara's Barber Shop full services plus tanning booth (look for the original Barber's Pole), Vestel's 2nd Hand Store, and Carol's Cuts, a spiffy beauty shop plus Carol's fantastic florals arrangements, and Crispin Scouting and Pharmacy Museums, a fun and nostalgic experience.   Phone Village Lines 785 524 5133 to plan your visit to coincide when everyone is open!


          Driving through Kansas?

  Have a shopping break and piece of

  pie--perhaps with new friends!


                  Regionally Produced Products

  • Discover why our customers say Village Lines is their favorite!                      
  • Find art, music, limestone momentoes, quilts, wheat weavings, T-shirts, Kansas history and travel books and originally crafted beaded jewelry.  
  • Taste Kansas foods and sit down for a slice of Marcon Pie in the Tea Room
  • Receive expert help for your custom matting and framing projects
  • Expect help on "where to find it", in the community and Kansas


Hours:
Monday–Saturday
9:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m.