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    139 West Lincoln Avenue LINCOLN, KS 67455

                         785 524 5133

                                  Monday thru Friday  10:30 am - 5:30 pm, Saturday 10:30 am - 3:30 pm

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



                       29th Annual  Lincoln Reenactment  Feb 15 & 16, 2019 

                    We are Looking for Lincoln Look-a-Likes for contest and guests of our event

                         see "Lincoln Reenactment" button at left for photos and information

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KANSAS 153 YEARS A STATE, JANUARY 29!   KANSAS, 158 years a state, January 29, 2019!

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!  A childhood neighbor from Kentucky and Indiana helped establish Lincoln County.  A number of Abraham Lincoln's relatives were among our first settlers and their descendants remain here today.


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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 and dairy-free foods. Our current suggested product is King Aurthur pie crust mix.  Excellent to work with, outstanding taste!

Click on "Gluten-Dairy 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, the Three Amegos family owned Mexican foods and service, the newcomers on Lincoln Avenue: Main Street Coffee Shop also serving soup, sandwiches, and homemade cinnamon rolls, and Lincoln Center Antiques; Patterson's Pharmacy/books and gifts,  The Lincoln County Historical Museum, gift shop, changing themes and displays, student activity, and public programs, the Lincoln Art Center,  one of Kansas' best supported and active art galleries, Stop and Shop, a second hand store full of incredible bargains,  The Chamber of Commerce, The Finch Theatre weekend movies in beautiffully renovated building:, frequent stage productions and community room with kitchen, M & J Furniture and Appliances delivery and maintenance service,  Barbara's Barber Shop (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. Crispin Scouting and Pharmacy Museums are located in a beautiful building designated on the National Historic Registry. Guys and gals can receive full attention from hair cut to massage at Family Hair Flair, located at the beginning of the  Lincoln business district, across the street from the beautiful limestone courthouse. Phone Village Lines 785 524 5133 to plan your visit to coincide when everyone is open!

Why folks say Village Lines is their favorite place to shop!

  • Gallery of "moments in time" of Lincoln County history;                       painted by James D. Nelson
  • Unique Kansas momentoes of limestone, woven wheat, quilts,  t-shirts, Kansas history and travel books, photography    
  • Accents of charm & distiction for the home, locally crafted; decor lamps
  • Bags, adult and child apron sets
  • GMO, Gluten, Dairy-free foods
  • Custom designed picture framing
  •  Area "where to find it & what to do" information 
  •  A gathering table to visit with coffee, hold small meetings

    Monday – Friday 10:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m., Saturday 10:30 am - 3:30 pm