November 24, 2021
As many of you know, we're moving!
We've heard your suggestions, and we are moving our office in order to better serve our members. Our new office will be just around the corner from the last, at the old Lincoln Museum and Cultural Centre: 4996 Beam Street, Beamsville, ON L0R 1B0. Our new mailing address is 4996 Beam Street, P.O. BOX 493, Beamsville ON, L0R1B0.

*Please remember to update our new mailing address in your system!

*Our phone number, email addresses, and Chamber social media channels
will remain the same.
Our current office will be closed tomorrow and Friday (November 25 and 26) as we move and settle into our new digs. You can officially find us at our new location on Monday, November 29 and our operation hours will be 8:30 AM - 4 PM. 
If you have any questions and comments about our relocation, please don't hesitate to reach out to us at!
We look forward to continuing to serve our members at our new location!
Are you interested in gaining exposure for your business? Why not host a Lincoln Chamber Business After 5 or Business Before 9?

Hosting a Lincoln Chamber event is a fantastic way to showcase all that your business or organization has to offer.

Interested? Email us at and we will be more than happy to discuss events with you!
Upcoming Events
Mingle and Jingle Christmas After 5

December 8 | 5-7 PM at the Butcher and Banker Pub
The Holidays are just around the corner - Let's get together to celebrate the season! 

Join us for the Lincoln Chamber's Annual Mingle & Jingle Christmas After 5 on December 8th from 5 PM - 7 PM at the Butcher and Banker Pub!

Our Annual Mingle & Jingle is not your typical networking event - join us this year, bring a friend or two, and find out why this is one of our most popular events!

Your registration includes:
  • one complimentary glass of wine or beer
  • light hors d'oeuvres
  • lots of great door prizes 
  • plus, our first 80 registrants will receive a Christmas goodie bag thanks to our fabulous sponsors. Register early so you don't miss out!
Looking to gain exposure for your business at one of the biggest Chamber networking events of the year? Last Call to become a sponsor!
Thank you to those who have already sponsored!
Lost Taxes: Can Addressing the Underground Economy Spur Economic Recovery?

Wednesday, December 1 | 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Join the Ontario Chamber of Commerce for an exciting panel conversation on why governments must seize the opportunity now to tackle Canada’s underground economy.

Panelists include:
  • Patrick Gill, Senior Director, Tax & Financial Policy, Canadian Chamber of Commerce
  • Anne P. Kothawala, President & CEO, Convenience Industry Council of Canada
  • Victoria Mancinelli, Director Public Relations, Marketing, Strategic Partnerships, LiUNA
  • Nathan Mison, Chief Executive Officer at DIPLOMAT Consulting
YOUR Hometown Holiday Shop Local Campaign
Our Hometown Holiday shop local campaign has officially launched!

The Lincoln Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with the Town of Lincoln and Downtown Bench Beamsville, has created this strategic holiday campaign to support Chamber members and businesses within the Town of Lincoln as we head into the holiday season.
Enhancing the Town of Lincoln’s 2020 "Your Hometown Holiday Campaign", our partnership this year will allow us to feature additional businesses by providing a digital spotlight on local favourites and hidden gems.⁠⁠

Make sure to follow us on social media to be kept up-to-date!

Instagram: @lincoln.chamber

Member Testimonials
We want to hear from YOU!

Tell us about your experience as a Lincoln Chamber of Commerce member. Does being a member provide you with a sense of community? Do our events help you build a local business network? Do you take advantage of any of our cost saving benefits?

We'd love to hear about what being a Lincoln Chamber member is like for YOU!
Member Benefits
Member Referral
You’ve each got your own reasons for being part of the Chamber – why not share those reasons with colleagues and friends?

A growing membership strengthens the Chamber’s voice; a voice that advocates for important issues, enhances services for our Members, and provides more business connections.

This is why we have implemented a NEW referral program. Members who refer a new business to the Chamber will receive a $50 gift card to a local grocery store, and the referred business that joins the Chamber will receive a $25 gift card to a local grocery store. It’s a win-win situation!

Any full member in good standing with the Lincoln Chamber of Commerce can participate in this program. A referral bonus will be awarded for a NEW business or organization that joins the Chamber as a direct result of a current member’s efforts.

Organizations are considered ‘NEW’ if they have not been a member of our Chamber for at least 2 years. There is NO limit to the number of referrals you can make.
Important News
COVID-19 Vaccine Bookings to Open For All Children
Aged Five to 11

Families can book appointments through a variety of channels starting November 23rd
Following Health Canada’s approval of the paediatric Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine, children aged five to 11 will be eligible to book their appointment to receive the vaccine beginning Tuesday, November 23, 2021. Approximately one million children aged five to 11 are eligible to receive the vaccine which will help protect Ontario’s progress in the fight against COVID-19 and keep the province’s schools safer and open for in-person learning as more people move indoors and attend family gatherings during the colder months this winter.

As of 8:00 a.m. on Tuesday, November 23, 2021, children aged five to 11 across Ontario will be eligible to schedule a COVID-19 vaccine appointment through a variety of channels including the COVID-19 vaccination portal and contact centre, directly through public health units using their own booking system, participating pharmacies which individuals can find on Ontario’s website using the pharmacy locator, and select primary care providers.

To book an appointment online, children must be turning five years old by the end of 2021 (born in 2016).

Ontario is expected to receive 1,076,000 doses of the paediatric Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine from the federal government, which will then be immediately distributed to public health units, pharmacies, and primary care settings across the province. Appointments across the province are expected to begin as early as November 25 when the federal supply arrives at vaccine clinics across the province

In addition, the province, in conjunction with Health Canada’s First Nations and Inuit Health Branch, has launched Operation Remote Immunity 3.0 (ORI 3.0) to support the administration of COVID-19 vaccines for children aged five to 11 in Northern and Remote First Nation communities, as well as booster doses to eligible populations. ORI 3.0 will run until March 2022.

Achieving the highest vaccination rates possible is key to limiting the risk of transmission and protecting our hard-fought progress against COVID-19. Together with its partners the government continues its Last Mile Strategy to administer thousands of first and second doses to adults and youth already eligible for their shot as we also continue to provide booster doses to nearly three million eligible Ontarians.
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