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                                                    139 W Lincoln Ave, Lincoln, KS


                          Monday thru Friday 10:30 am - 5:30 pm  Saturday 10:30 am - 4:00 pm

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

   What's new?  Block of the Month facebook class presented live from Village Lines the last Saturday of each month, 2:00 - 3:15 pm by Kansas City Quilt Company, owners, Deb & BrookeNext class: April 30.

Construction on Lincoln Ave is speeding along in earnest for the completion of a new Fitness Center!

Owner, Kelly Gourley, is remodeling the old Duckwall building for this ambitious addition to healthy lifestyle opportunities for all near Lincoln, KS!


What else is new?     See our gluten & dairy-free product page:  Find more grain-free foods to avoid issues like arthritus, more Amy's dinner selections (corn, dairy, gluten, and preservative free), and a variety of  Frontier soup mixes!

HEADLINE NEWS!  Our MarCon pie neighbors, just added cherry and peach to their apple dairy and gluten-free pies!  We were priviledged to be tasters, making sure no ingredient would affect most of us needing dairy and gluten free.  Folks, this is truly a break-through and the pie fillings are full of fruits and the crust a hardy and oh, so good!  Call us at 785 524 5133 to order a whole pie or to reserve a time to enjoy a piece around our table!  We are introducing these pies to Violette's Coffee Shop in Lincoln, KS, and the Beverly Bar & Grill in Beverly, KS as well. 


  •  THE KANSAS CITY QUILT COMPANY   Presently the Kansas City Quilt Company is open for business Friday afternoons and all day Saturdays offering a wide selection of fabric and ready-made quilts of all sizes. Just in are crochet needles and threads. Custom long-arm quilting orders may also be made. The next facebook live BLOCK OF THE MONTH class is Saturday, April  30, beginning at 2:00 pm at Village Lines and will continue monthly the last Saturday of each month. Space is limited so if attending in person, phone ahead to register:  785 524 5133.
  • VILLAGE LINES    is now in our 36th year, a year of new growth and transition!    

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I always thought our building's claim to fame, which was apparently not a contributing factor, was that Pretty Boy Floyd had a shave here.  Highway 18 originally came right through on main street in Lincoln and was the half way point between Kansas City and Denver, a convenient meeting place for travelers, especially out-laws from the two cities who hung around Central Kansas in the 1920 -1930 era.  One afternoon a car that wasn't local pulled up and parked in front of what was then a barber shop in the front of our building.  Two men and two women were inside.  One gentleman exited to walk around to the ally behind our building, the other entered the barber shop but didn't say a word, he just pointed to the barber chair overlooking the street and his car.  He refused being tilted back or having a towel over his face.  After the shave, he left a large tip. That confirmed the barber's suspicion that he was Pretty Boy Floyd. Leaving large tips was a trademark of Floyd. One of the four barbers was Fritz Bosch, who later owned the building and barbered 46 years here. He told his family around the table that night about their unexpected customer.  I never knew Fritz but years later when I began Village Lines  in the building, his family became frequent visitors of mine and liked to talk about their growing up in the barber shop/pool hall.  I now know where the pool table and spittoon were, where the common sink used by the four barbers was, I know the cupboard where the candy for sale was stored, and of course about the day that Pretty Boy Floyd entered my building and had a shave!               

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      A limited supply still available, all sale priced

Sweat Shirts: $ 24.95 - $23 T-shirt $17.50 - $15   Hat $13.00 - $10.50  Polo Shirt $21.50, $24.50


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                      NEW! Gluten & Dairy-free Pies! Apple, cherry and   


          Baked locally - (across the street!)  Apple, Apricot, Cherry,Blackberry, Blueberry, Gooseberry, Peach

Pecan & Pumpkin are available during Thanksgiving, Christmas, and 4th of July

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Lincoln Avenue is home to interesting experiences in friendly stores for the serious shoppers or casual browsers. On West Lincoln Avenue, Village Lines enjoys close neighbors, the Lincoln Sentinel newspaper office,  Seirer's Clothing, an amazing store of name brands for over 37 years and Hayworth's, serving plumbing and heating needs. Visitors will also find the Lincoln County Historical Museum, and Patterson's Pharmacy and gifts and Marcon Pie Bakery near by.  For a delightful stop, a recently restored building on East Lincoln Avenue has an upstairs Air B & B and on the first floor, Violette's Coffee Shop, featuring homemade kolaches, cinnamon rolls, breads for sandwiches and soups. Also gluten & dairy-free pie. Frankie's restaurant is a few doors away and our newest eating venue featuring southern mexican foods. The Lincoln Art Center, second hand stores, the Stop and Shop and Knight Collectibles, the Chamber of Commerce,  Finch Theatre,  M & J Furniture and Appliances  Family Hair Flair, and Crispin Scouting and Pharmacy Museums are also located on East Lincoln Avenue. The beautiful limestone Courthouse graces the east end of the business district.. Around the corner on 5th St. you'll find the popular Hungry Hunter restaurant.  Hymalaian foods are a new destination in an eatery recently built and run by Dil and family at their Post Rock Motel!   Phone Village Lines 785 524 5133 to plan a visit!

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


  • Unique Kansas momentoes of woven wheat, t-shirts, art, and books of Kansas history and travel books.   
  • Locally crafted accents of charm & distiction for the home or office.
  • 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

               Hours:  Monday through Friday:  10:30 am - 5:30 pm   Saturday 10:30am - 4:00 pm