No one should go hungry this holiday season – bring along any non-perishable food items when you visit the museum to support our local food bank. By contributing to this drive, not only will you help feed someone who needs it, but you’ll also receive $2 off admission with four non-perishable items donated or $10 off a membership with 10 non-perishable items. Open: 9:00am - 5:00pm, 7 days a week Open: 9:00am - 2:00pm on Thanksgiving Eve, Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve Monday - Thursday Adults: $16.00 Senior Citizens: $12.00 Active/Retired/Veteran Military: $12.00* Children (Ages 4-12): $8.00 Children […]
On Fri., Nov. 3, 6-8 p.m., Noyes will open its November Focus show with work by eight Noyes members and one guest artist. This show will feature diverse styles and media from traditional imagery to abstract work and textiles. Live-stream of the opening and brief artist talks will be broadcast on Noyes Gallery's Facebook page at 7 p.m. The show will also be displayed at the gallery during regular hours Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. through November. Angi Stilwell, who curated the show, creates fascinating mixed-media collages. Her work features rich surfaces and often suggests stories. Joining Stillwell […]
https://nebraskasynod.org/event/freed-for-life-2023/ Freed for LIFE is an annual gathering of people supporting transformed lives to help incarcerated people escape the incarceration cycle and communities to escape the cycle of violence. Freed for LIFE raises money and volunteers for two programs - Followers of Christ Prison Ministry and the FEAST Ministry at Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church - that foster this change. There will be light hors d’oeuvres, an opportunity to visit display tables of related reentry agencies, and a short experiential program designed to show people what it is like to traverse incarceration and reentry hurdles in Nebraska.
The Monroe Crossing Bluegrass Band is on the road again, joining our Plymouth Choir for a toe-tapping concert that features Carol Barnett’s compelling spiritual masterpiece, The World Beloved: a Bluegrass Mass. Sponsored by Susan Sehnert Stuart | Freewill offering to benefit Clinic with a Heart Even livestreamed at abendmusik.org/livestream
The Lincoln Civic Orchestra is presenting their fall concert "Old. New. Borrowed. Blue." at Nebraska Wesleyan University's O'Donnell Auditorium in the Rogers Fine Arts Center on Sunday, November 5 at 4pm. The concert and following reception are free and open to all members of the public. LCO is a registered 501(c)(3) charitable organization, whose mission is to provide a quality symphonic experience for musicians and the community at large. Come support YOUR community orchestra! Program details are available at http://lincolncivicorchestra.org
Lincoln Literacy's Global Celebration will feature a plated dinner and cash bar with table service (provided by the Cornhusker Hotel), social time, an international performance by Latino dance group Sangre Azteca, keynote speaker Dinorah Garcia (KZUM radio host), and a cultural art sample from our summer Art Family Camp students. Tickets are $50 per person. Sponsorships are also welcomed and available for purchase, starting at $1,000. You can purchase your tickets or sponsorships at https://lincolnliteracy.networkforgood.com/events/60677-lincoln-literacy-s-global-celebration. A portion of all ticket sales, donations, and sponsorships are tax-deductible. You may purchase a sponsorship online, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or mailing a check to Lincoln […]
Music and Meditation. Attendees in the chapel will get to hear musical instruments from around the world, hear a bit about the history of musical instruments and meditation, see music and dance, and then experience a short sound bath meditation. Then participants can move to the sanctuary for a compline time of chanting and candlelight. Leaders include Brent Shaw, Cindy Mohr (Blue Pearl Reiki), Maribel Cruz and Oscar Rios. Meditation class from 5:45 to 6:50, gregorian chanting candlelight from 7 to 7:30pm.
Join us for an out-of-this-world experience at our Breakfast with an Astronaut event! This extraordinary opportunity allows you to start your day in the company of a genuine space explorer. 8AM to 9AM Plus, Clayton will be signing copies of his new book, "So You Want to Be an Astronaut," immediately following the breakfast. 10AM to 12PM PRICING ADULTS (13+) - $9.99 KIDS (12 & Under) - $6.99
“It’s like a garage sale, except everything is free!” ---No requirement to bring items in order to take items - take what you need. ---Please take your unclaimed items home with you. ---Free Notary and Voter Registration services. ---No criteria to meet. No forms to fill out. All are welcome. ---Mask friendly.
Hallelujah! The Lincoln community gathers to sing Abendmusik’s annual Messiah, and First-Plymouth's Schola cantorum and chamber orchestra offer a rare performance of Henry Purcell’s Jubilate Deo. Co-sponsored by Fred & Margaret Rickers Freewill offering to benefit Matt Talbot Kitchen and Outreach
Celebrate St Andrew's day with the Omaha Pipes and Drums along with the choir of St Andrew's Episcopal Church. St Andrew is the patron saint of Scotland. The event is free. A free will offering is requested that will go to the church; the band's way of showing our gratitude for giving us a home and practice facility. https://www.facebook.com/events/287239650822476
Holiday Show & Sale: 10 Years/100 Works/$100 Dec 1, 2023 – January 16, 2024 First Friday Opening December 1, 6-8pm Special Sale hours: December 15-17, 11- 4pm Anniversary Party Event: Tuesday, January 16, 6-8pm This special showing and sale event celebrates the season and the 10th year Anniversary (January 2014) of Constellation Studios gallery and print, paper & book art facility. Help to celebrate our accomplishments and learn about our exciting future goals. Chose an outstanding work of art by artist members and guests, featured pieces are $100 each. This will support programs, artists-in-residence, national level exhibitions, and the […]