Community Calendar

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Saturday VA Coffeehaus

What: VA Coffeehaus to promote the health and well being of Veterans through music.
When: Saturday, April 4th from 9a to 11a.
Where:  This gathering will take place in the Auditorium which is located on the first floor of the VA Health Care Facility on the far NORTH end of the building (600 S. 70th).  There is a ground level entrance with stairs up the Auditorium found inside the door.  An elevator is also found near this entrance.  Parking is available on the north side of the building.

Live music for this VA Coffeehaus will be provided by bluegrass bands, "LyeSoap" and "Caddywampus."

Refreshments will be provided.  The public is encouraed to attend.  Tell a friend, Bring a friend.

Future VA Coffeehaus dates and times

Friday April 17th from 11a to 1p  (Chris Sayre)
Friday, May 15th from 11a to 1p (East High Jazz Band)
Friday, June 19th from 11a to 1p (local entertainment)
Friday, July 17th from 11am to 1pm (local entertainment)

There will not be a Saturday Coffeehaus in June or August.

For more information, contact Patty Niemann at 402-423-5771 or  or Terry Gillispie at 402-499-0230 or


Easter Egg Hunt & Worship Belmont Baptist Church

What: Celebrate the Hope and Joy of Easter.

In Joy:  Children's Easter Egg Hunt, April 4th, 10am

In Hope:  Easter Sun-Rise Service and Breakfast, April 5th, 6:45am

In Praise and Worship:  April 5th, 11am

Where: Belmont Baptist Church, 3424 North 14th Street.

Tabitha Celebrates Supporters at Recognition Luncheon

What: Tabitha, your answer for Elder Care, will host Into the Blue, a donor recognition luncheon.
When: Wednesday, April 8th at 11:30am.
Where: Cornhusker Hotel in Lincoln.

At the celebration, Tabitha will honor those who have given extraordinarily in the pursuit of outstanding, compassionate care for southeast Nebraska Elders. 

2015 honorees include Aloha Schmid (employee donor award), St. Andrew's Lutheran Church (church partner award), Assurity Life Insurance Company (corporate donor award), Abel Foundation (corporate community partner award) and Carol Reed.

Procedds from the event help Tabitha continue its mission of non-profit service to Elders.

Contact the Tabitha Foundation at or 402-486-8509 for more information about Into the Blue and how you can help support our community's Elders.

Caring For Your Parents

What: Caring For Your Parents
When: Thursday, April 9th from 6:30p to 8:00p
Where: Bryan Plaza Conference Center, 2nd Floor, 1500 S 48th St. Lincoln, Ne (East Campus).
Free of Charge
Pre-Registration is required.  Please contact 402-481-8886 or go online to
For additional information call Suzy Campbell 402-802-2309

Are your parents alive?  Do they depend on you?  Do you have the answers?  This program can help!
Being a caregiver can be overwhelming!  Professionals from the fields of health, finances, and the law will provide community resources and information.

Questions are welcome!

Sponsored by Bryan Health and Lincoln Caregivers Education Group.

Parenting Workshop Redeemer Lutheran Church

What: Redeemer Lutheran Church will be offering a parenting workshop.
When: April 9th from 6:30p to 8:15p
Where: Redeemer Lutheran Church, 510 South 33rd Street, Lincoln, Ne  (402) 477-1710

This workshop will feature two speakers, one focusing on parenting and social media awareness and the other focusing on church relevance to families.  Childcare and refreshments will be provided.

Witherbee Neighborhood Association Meeting

What: The Witherbee Neighborhood Association April General Meeting.
When: Thursday, April 9th from 7p to 8:30p.
Where: In the media room (library) Room at Hawthorne School, 300 S. 48th St.  Please enter through the front door on the West Side of the building.  Parking is plentiful on the West and North sides of the building.

This is a delay of our April Meeting one week to avoid Holy Week.  We will combine the membership meeting with the regularly scheduled board meeting.

Volunteers for Speical Olympic Events

What:  Volunteers needed for special olympic events in 2015

Bowling - need volunteers for all session
January 10th - Noon- Ramp Bowling at Sun Valley Lanes
January 11th - Male singles at 9am, female singles, 11:30am, teams and doubles 2pm

February 21st LHS - need volunteers and refs -starting around 9am - ending ????  Especially need refs for this event.
We will have 3 on 3 (regular and Unified), 5 on 5 (regular and unified), team skills, skills and level A

March 21st LHS - need volunteers - starting at 8am, probably over at 11:30am or so.

April 11- starting with level A - 8am inside field house, going out to outdoor track around 11am at Nebraska Wesleyan.  Need volunteers all day.

If you can help contact Cecelia or 402-467-1442
or Chris at or 402-540-2241 


Chiara String Quartet

What: The University of Nebraska-Lincoln Glenn Korff School of Music in the Hixson-Lied College of Fine and Performing Arts Presents Chiara String Quartet.
When: Friday, September 12 at 7:30
Wednesday, February 4 at 7:30
Friday, April 10th at 7:30

Single Tickets: $20 (Seniors $10, Students $5)
Any Two Concerts: $35 (Seniors $16, Students $8
All Three Concerts: $40 (Seniors $20, Students $10)

Available at the Lied Center for Performing Arts ticket office, at the door, or at 402-472-4747

Wednesday, March 18th at 7:30pm, UNL East Campus - College of Law, 1875 N 42nd St. Free and Open to the Public.

More information: or

Chiara Quartet:


Cheer Xpress Special Needs Cheer Team

What: Cheer Xpress "Sunshine" - Special Needs Cheer Team
When: Till the End of April

The Sunshine team is a group of friends who have all types of disabilities.  They learn a routine and then they perform at cheer competitions.  The Sunshine group has been in existance for about five years, and this year they have been invited to a World Competition.  The competition is in Orlando, Florida at the end of April.  Each individual requires 24/7 care which automatically doubles the cost for them to attend.  The approximate cost for each athlete to travel and stay is approximately $1000 per person.

You can donate at

Brownville Concert Series 2015 Season

What: Brownville Concert Series Silver Anniversary Season "25 Years Just For You!"  Season passes are available to all nine shows for just $160.00, a 30% discount over regular tickets prices.

March 13th, 14th, &15th
The Four Freshmen "An American Musical Icon."

KC Jazz Singer: Kathleen Holeman
May 1st, 2nd, & 3rd,  Kathleen comes from Kansas City, the capital of Jazz Music with a great KC Jazz Trio.

KT Sullivan & Jeff Harnar "Sing Sondheim"
May 29th, 30th, & 31st.   This show opened this spring in New York to rave reviews.

The Brits: The British Invasion
June 26th, 27th, & 28th.  This rock and roll cover band will reprise the "British Invasion" that transformed our music scene in the mid 60's.

Ronny Cox
July 24th, 25th, & 26th.  Ronny Cox brings us his shows, "Songs, Stories, And Out & Out Lies."   His guitar playing Dueling Banjos scene in the movie "Deliverance" created one of the most iconic moments in the history of American moviemaking.

Opera Omaha Chorus
September 13th.  Under the direction of J. Gawf, this chorus of dedicated individuals provides talent and onstage support to the Omaha Opera Company.

Karen Oberlin "Secret Love"
October 9th, 10th, & 11th.  Ms. Oberline returns to our stage to pay tribute to the life and music of Doris Day.

Stephan Waarts, Violin & Ji, Piano
November 8th.  Two separate concerts presented in the same program for the lovers of great classical insturmental music. Waarts, 1st Prize Winner of the 2014 Manuhim Violin competition, performs first.  After intermission you will hear Ji, a much sought after piano soloist who plays with orchestras around the world.

Silver Anniversary Christmas Gala
December 11th, 12th, & 13th  Finishing our anniversary year on a high note with "Silver Bells" - The Music of the Holidays from the Silver Screen. 

2015 Season Passes are $160.00, Cabaret tickets are $25, concert tickets are $19 ($15 for students).  To purchase tickets online go to or Facebook or call 402-825-3331. 

Family In Need

What:  Please help a mother burdened by health issues, the sudden loss of her husband, a sudden loss of her job, unemployment funds that have run dry, and trying to find the strength to live on.  She and her children have had a rough couple of years.  If you can, please help this family through your encouraging words and financial assistance.  You may help by going to  Thank You for your caring generosity!

Commercial Real Estate Summit

What: Commercial Real Estate Summit
When: Friday, April 10th from 7:30am to 5pm
Where: CenturyLink Center, Omaha

Industry experts and keynote speakers will discuss the trends and excitement moving forward in the commercial real estate industry.  At the Commercial Real Estate Summit, you will expand your knowledge, gain helpful tools, and build relationships through networking.  You will hear from the ultimate agent, Team Leader of the Naval Speical Warfare Development Group, Rob O'Neill.

Baked Potato Bar

What: Baked Potato Bar
When: Friday, April 10th from 4:30p to 7:30p
Where: Sacred Heart School Gym, 31st & T Street

Try something new for a Friday Lenten Meal.  Numerous toppings to choose from and choices of desserts.

Free will offering.  Proceeds to Sacred Heart Building Fund.

Substance Use Disorder Conference

What: Substance Use Disorder Conference sponsored by Bryan Independence Center, Summit Care and Wellness, and Training for Addiction Professionals.
When: Thursday, April 9th at 7pm. 
Where: St. Mark's United Methodist Church, 8550 Pioneer's Boulevard, Lincoln, Ne.
Cost: Admission Free of Charge. (1.5 CEU available for $10 through NAADAC)

Dr. Kevin McCauley, co-founder of the Institue for Addiction Study in Salt Lake City, Utah, will be present to take questions after the viewing of his film, "Pleasure Unwoven."    "Pleasure Unwoven" won the 2010 NAATP Michael Q. Ford journalism award.  "Is Addiction Realy a "Disease?"  This film uses the spectacular landscape of Utah's State and National Parks to describe the brain areas involved in addiciton.

April 10th - Substance Use Disorder: An Exploration of Neurobiology, Epidemiology and Recovery Management.
When: 8:30am - 4:15pm
Where: Bryan Medical Center - Conference Center - East Campus, 1600 South 48th Street, Lincoln, Ne.
Cost: $70 (includes lunch & 6.0 CEUs through NAADAC)
This training is designed for professionals who work with Substance Use Disorder Clients.  More information is available at under Forms and Registration Fliers.

Astronomy Day in Morrill Hall

What: Astronomy Day in Morrill Hall
When: Sunday, April 12th from 1:30-4:30p
Where: Morrill Hall, inside the University of Nebraska State Museum.

Visit Morrill Hall for "Astronomy Day" celebrating the international Year of Light on Sunday, April 12th from 1:30p-4:30p!  Interact with astronomers, engineers and physicists to learn about planets, optics, telescopes, space travel, nanotechnology and more!  Mueller Planetarium will present fulldome laser shows about laser technology in space at 2pm and 3pm.  Regular museum admission.  Free parking in front of the Museum.

Fundraiser for Emberlyn Grace

What: Enjoy a Great Dinner and Support for Emberlyn Grace "Fight to Cure" Caudal Regression Syndrome.
When: Sunday, April 12 from 5p to 9p.
Where: Pizza Ranch, 8420 Lexington Ave, Lincoln, Ne

Come out and support the family as they are facing mounting medical bills due to Emberlyn's Caudal Regression Syndrome which is an improper expression of the HLBX9.  Pizza Ranch will donate 20% of your order.  Dine In, Delviery, or Pick UP


Peacemaking Workshop

What: Award-winning news commentator Leonard Pitts will speak at the 2015 Peacemaking Workshop.
When: Sunday, April 12th.  The event runs from 1p to 5:30p with Pitts' talk to begin at 1p.
Where: Lincoln's First United Methodist Church, 50th Street and Saint Paul Ave., near the Nebraska Wesleyan University Campus.

Pitts' topic will be "Eating (Jim ) Crow: Divisions Created by Racism and Divisions Created by Poverty."  Following his talk a workshop will be held on ways to get involved locally in combatting racism and poverty.

The event is free and no registration is required.  Peacemaking Workshop is sponsored by the Interfaith Peacemaking Coalition, made up of faith and community groups working together for the cause of peace.

Nebraska's Warrior Writers Workshop

What: Nebraska's Warrior Writers Workshop
When:  Jan. 31st, Feb 7th, Feb. 21st, March 7th, March 21st, April 4th, from 9am-11am on each date.
Where: Veterans Affairs, 600 South 70th Street, Lincoln.

Facilitated by professional writing instructors and VA hospital personnel, the workshops consist of six biweekly sessions focused on developing strategies and skills.  Two model texts are read and discussed by the group to help participants identify how good writing is built, and to allow writing practice with immediate feedback.  The range of works include fiction, poetry, and memoir.  Writers develop a strong bond as they encourage each other.  The workshop culminates in a voluntary public reading.

Gold's Department Store Reunion Lunch

What: Lincoln Former co-workers and shoppers at Gold's are invited to lunch.
When: Wednesday, April 15th at 11:30p.
Where: Knolls Restaurant, 2200 Old Cheney Road.

No reservation is required for the 11:30 buffet.  Following lunch, Heath Stukenholtz, Vice President of Tabitha Health Care Services, will share information on the "Meals on Wheels" program.

For more information, call Helen Wipf at 402-310-1785 or Leta Powell Drake 402-477-8418, or email

Nebraska Dyslexia Association Documentary Film

What: The Nebraska Dyslexia Association invites the community, especially educators, parents and youth to attend the documentary film, "The Big Picture: Rethinking Dyslexia."
When: April 16th, from 7p to 8:30p
Where: NE State Education Association center, 605 South 14th

The movie will touch hearts, invoke questions, and clear up misunderstandings about dyslexia and related reading, spelling and writing difficulties.  The film not only clears up the misconceptions about dyslexia, but also paints a picture of hope or all who struggle with it.

30th Annual Lincoln Spring Fling

What: 30th Annual Lincoln Spring Fling
When: Thursday, April 16th-Saturday, April 18th
Where: Lancaster Event Center, Lincoln Room at 84th & Havelock, 4100 N. 64th St., Lincoln.

Recovery event for all individuals, friends, and family recovering from alcoholism.  It features national speakers, workshops, entertainment and more.

Thursday Night is FREE - Doors open at 4pm
Friday Doors open at 9am
Saturday Doors open at 8am
Admission $20 at the door
For a full schedule of events, speakers, workshops and price, visit


Early Childhood Celebration

What: Early Childhood Celebration is an annual event held in Lincoln to celebrate the National Week of the Young Child.
When: April 18th from 9am to 1p
Where: Southeast Community College, 8800 O Street, in the gymnasium.

Child Care professionals, health and safety programs, community volunteers, and local agencies come together to offer information and activities to families with children ages birth through 8.  There are also stage performances throughout the day.  This event has been held at different venues for over 25 years, and is FREE to the public.  The String Beans will perform from 11a to noon.

American Girl Event

What: American Girl Event:  Join the Unversity Bookstore for an event inspired by American Girl's newest Girl of the Year, Grace Thomas.
When: Saturday, April 18th from 1p to 3p.
Where: University Bookstore, on the lower level of the Nebraska Union at 14th and R streets..

The event is recommended for girls ages 8 and up, and they are encouraged to bring their friends.
Grace is the newest contemporary character in the 2015 Girl of the Year series.  Grace is an idea girl, whether she's inventing a new recipe, or brainstorming ways to build a business with her friends.  At this upcoming event, girls will learn about Grace and participate in activities such as "Bingo in Paris" and a recipe box craft related to Grace's inspiring stories.  The will also learn a few French phrases and a little about French culture.

Area College Fair

What: Area College Fair.
When: Sunday, April 19th from 1p to 3p
Where: Southeast Community College - Lincoln

Visit with representatives from state and regional colleges during the Southeast Community  Area College Fair. 
Register for a barcode at and bring the barcode to the fair so college reps can scan it.  To see a list of registered colleges, go to

The College Fair is sponsored by EducationQuestFoundation through partnerships with the Nebraska Association of College Registrars and Admissions Officers and Nebraska high school counselors.

Constellation Studios

What: Incidents & Accidents:  A Print Invitational Exhibition, John Forde, Debora, Nick Ruth, Ellen Wiener.
When: March 11 - April 20th
Opening reception, Wednesday, March 11 from 7-9pm
Where: Constellation Studios, 2055 "O" Street, Lincoln, Ne  68510

Constellation Studios presents an eclectic and beautiful collection of prints by nationally recognized artists who imply narrative incidients, a history and accident of printed marks, and play with illusion into and onto the printed stage or surface.  This exhibition is curated by Karen Kunc and gives evidence of the vitality and reach of the print world today.

REALTORS Care Community Fair

What: REALTORS Care Community Fair
When: April 25th from 10a to 2p
Where: Union Plaza at 21st & "O" St. Lincoln

Discover ways to get involved and volunteer with organizations in our community.

Free Family Event
Kids Activities
Street Attractions
Informative Booths

Christina Krivolavek

March For Babies

What: March of Dimes Walk for Babies
When: April 25th.  Registration starts at 11a and the walk is at 12pm.
Where: Haymarket Park/Saltdog's Stadium.

The event will be filled with fun, food and mission awareness.  There will be 500 or more people consisting of Family teams, corporate teams and individual walkers.

To register (not required but requested ) go to

Lincoln-Lancaster County Genealogical Society

What: Lincoln-Lancaster County Genealogical Society Weekly Educational Opportunity
When: Sunday, March 8, 2015, March 15, 2015, March 22nd, 2015, March 29th, 2015, April 12th, 2015, April 19, 2015, April 26th, 2015 - 2:00pm-4:00pm.
Where: Walt Branch Library, 6701 South 14th Street
No Cost

Contact: Check or call 402-416-9139 for weekly topics and complete details.

Household Hazardous Waste Collection Event

What: Lincoln-Lancaster County Health Department Household Hazardous Waste Collection Event.
When: Satuday, April 25th from 9am - 1pm.
Where: Walmart located on 8700 Andermatt Drive, Lincoln,

These events provide a safe and free way for the public to properly dispose of potentially hazardous products commonly found around the house.  For a complete list of products that are accepted, please visit our website at (keyword: household).

League of Human Dignity

What: If you are a Lincoln resident who experiences disability, the Extended Hours Service is there for you, offering transportation at night, on weekends and on holidays.  Find out more about the EHS initiative. including eligibility requirements and fare information, by contacting the League of Human Dignity's transportation coordinator at 402-441-7871

IABC Workshop

What: IABC Lincoln (International Association of Business Communicators)  is hosting a half-day workshop.
When: Thursday, April 16th, 2015.  9am - 1:30pm (registration begins at 8:30am)
Where: NET, 1800 N. 33rd St., Lincoln
Cost: $79 (register by 3/31/15) includes lunch

Register online at
Questions: Call Teresa 402-440-8689

Learn the rules and tools for creating, cultivating and capitalizing on networking relationships and opportunities in a variety of career, professional and social settings.

Lincoln Arts Council Art Supplies Drive

What: Volunteers needed to coordinate art supply drives!
When: Now through May 1st.

The Lincoln Arts Council is conducting an art supplies drive.  We need supplies for 330 students by May 1st.  Estimated cost for supplies is $5/student.  We are looking for individuals or groups to organize an art supplies drive at their workplace, office, school, church, etc.  Basic, good-quality art tools that encourage self-expression will be distributed to Prescott Elementary students who participate in ART MAKES ME SMART programs this spring. 
     Suggested items include: crayons, markers, colored pencils and sharpener, sketch pads, water colors and brushes, glue sticks, Scotch Tape, etc.  For many children, these will be the only art supplies that they can call their own.
     We will send these supplies home with the students in bright green Art Makes Me Smart, cinch bags provided by ArtFX Screen Printing and Embroidery.

For more information contact Lori McAlister, Development Director at 402-434-2787

Read To A Dog Program

What: Families are invited to participate in the "Read to a Dog" program offered y Lincoln City Libraries and Healing Heart Therapy Dogs.
When: Through May 2nd
Where: Gere Branch Library, 2400 S. 56th St. 5:30-7:30p Mondays (call Mimi at 402-217-9019).

Anderson Branch Library, 3635 Touzalin Ave., 4 to 5:30p, Tuesdays (Contact Cyndi at 308-850-0670 or (

South Branch Library, 2675 South St., 5:30 to 7:30p, Thursdays (Contact Jayne at

Walt Branch Library, 6701 S. 14th St., 11am to 12:30pm, Saturdays (Contact Angela at

For more information on Lincoln City Libraries, visit

The program provides an opportunity for children ages 6 - 12 to practice their reading skills by reading aloud to a dog.  Therapy teams are partnered with children who read to a dog in 20 minute shifts, once a week for four weeks.

Pre-registration is required by contacting the person listed at the branch where the child will participate.


SCC Milford Campus "Makers"

What: Southeast Community College's Milford Campus is putting on a "Maker Showcase".
When: May 2nd, from 10am to 3pm.
Where: Southeast Community College, Milford

From hot rods to hot robots, Legos to lasers, welding to wiring, woodwork to needlework, projects of all kinds are welcome.

Register at

Visit the Facebook page:

Join us on May 2nd to celebrate all the ways Nebraska makes - from farm to factory to city making!


Walk MS Lincoln

What: Walk MS Lincoln
When: May 9th, 9am to 1pm.
Where: Fallbrook Town Center, 570 Fallbrook Blvd.

Multiple sclerosis pulls us away from our lives and destroys connections.  So it's only fitting our connections would be its greatest enemy.

At Walk MS, our connections become more powerful than the connections MS destroys.  Connect with others.  Support life changing programs and cutting edge research.

Be inspired.  Get connected.  Walk MS. Register now at

3rd Annual Cruisin' Lincoln Show & Shine Classic Cars & Cycles

What: 3rd Annual Cruisin' Lincoln Show & Shine Classic Car & Cycles
When: Tuesday, May 12th, 5 to 8pm
Where: Lincoln, VA Clinic, 600 S. 70th St.

An opportunity fo learn more about your Veteran Affairs Health Care System.
Donate personal hygiene items to help our Homeless Veterans Program.

For information contact Kirk Beute at 402-489-3802, ext. 6845 or


Fontenelle Forest's Summer Day Camps

What: Fontenelle Forest welcomes children to a summer of discovery and learning in a place where the quiet wild of nature offers an unparalleled opportunity for your child to learn.
When: Day Camps run June through July and are divided by age group:
Where:Fontenelle Forest Nature Center in Bellevue.

Registration for 2015 Nature Discovery Day Camps are now open.  Nature Discovery Day Camps feature science-based learning through play with a variety of fun themes like Bugged Out In Nature, Invertebrate Investigations, Nature's Engineers, and Wilderness Hiking.  For 2015, we are pleased to offer more week-long full-day camps than ever before!

All camps are led by Fontenelle Forest's year-round professional educators.  
Age groups are (preschool, ages 4-5), Adventurers (ages 5-8), and Explorers (ages 8-12).  Grands and Me camps are also available and provide a unique opportunity for grandparents to share a two-day adventure with their grandchildren (ages 4-8).

Time, location, and price of camps vary.

Local Outreach to Suicide Survivors Walk

What: Local Outreach to Suicide Survivors (LOSS) Walk.
When: Saturday, May 30th
Where: Holmes Lake.

Volunteers Needed for Great American Cleanup

What: Keep Lincoln and Lancaster County Beautiful is seeking volunteers of all ages to participate in Keep America Beautiful's Great American Cleanup.  The Cleanup from March through May is the nation's largest community improvement program with about four million volunteers participating in more than 20-thousand communities across the country.

Individuals and volunteer groups are needed.  To volunteer, contact KLLCB at or 402-441-8035.

Last year, about 1000 local volunteers worked on 105 cleanup projects along roadsides, in parks and othe public areas.

Glen Korff School of Music Spring Performance Season

What: Highlighted by the opera, A Wedding, by composer William Bolcom, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Glenn Korff School of Music is excited to announce its spring 2015 season.
More than 50 different performances will take place over the five-month period.

To view the complete schedule, visit  You can also download the calendar directly to your phone from the web page as well.

To receive the Glen Korff School of Music e-newsletter, sign up at  the e-newsletter will give you the most recent news on the Glenn Korff School of Music and event updates.

Be sure to follow the Glenn Korff School of Music socially on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and our new YouTube Channel.

Odyssey of the 8th Fire

What: Odyssey of the 8th Fire
When: Thursday evening, June 25th from 7pm to 9:30pm
Where: Unitarian Church of Lincoln, 6300 A St.

Journalist Steven McFadden will relate the true epic tale of the great prophetic pilgrimage from the Atlantic to the Pacific which began 20 years ago, and which remains suspended in mystery.  The journey began in the east and the Atlantic, and then the pilgrims walked across the Heartland, fading at the Pacific's Western Gateway.  All are welcome to hear the sounding of the drum, the telling of the tale, and the showing of the film.  Free will donation.

For more information see the schedule page at http://www/ or read the entire nonfiction saga Odyssey of the 8th Fire by Lincoln Author Steve McFadden at

Donation Drive for Team Abbie

What: Donation Drive for Team Abbie. 

Abbie was diagnosed July 1st of 2014 with ALL-b Leukemia.  Abbie also happens to have Down Syndrome.  Abbie is adored by all, but mostly her mom, dad, and her siblings.  Please check out

We invite you to keep up to date on everything #TeamAbbie.

Pinewood Bowl 66th Annual Summer Musical

What: Pinewood Bowl, Inc. presents its 66th Annual Summer Musical, 42nd Street.
hen: July 9-12 and 16-19, 2015.
Where: Pinwood Bowl, Lincoln, Ne.

Winner of the Tony Award for Best Musical, 42nd Street is based on Busby Berkeley's 1933 movie and is considered the quintessential backstage musical.  42nd Street tells the story of Peggy Sawyer, a starry-eyed young actress who goes from chorus girl to leading lady after the show's star breaks her ankle on opening night.  Of course On Broadway the show must go on and so the producer wills our young Peggy onto the stage.  You'll enjoy memorable tunes like We're In The Money, You're Getting to be a Habit With Me, Lullaby of Broadway, and of course 42nd Street.

For more information visit



"Grant Seeking Basics" and "introduction to Finding Funders"

What: "Grantseeking Basics" and "Introduction to Finding Funders" free workshop.
When: Tuesday, October 28th from 10a to 12pm.
 Where: Love Library, Room 110.

The sessions will be led by Kief Schladweiler, Funding Information Network Services Specialist with the Foundation Center. (  Mr. Schladweiler will highlight the electronic and print resouces available for your free use at the University of Nebraska Lincoln's Love Library, a Funding Information Network partner of the Foundation Center.

More detailed information about the workshop can be found here:

Please come if you can and bring friends and associates.  To guarantee a seat, please contact Bob Bolin at the UNL Libraries at: (402) 489-4926 or


Cake Decorators Needed

What: Free Cakes for Kids is a non profit organization that assist children and families in need.  It's goal is to provide birthday cakes for children who might not otherwide receive them.

Looking for cake decorators to decorate cakes for these children.  Seeking professional cake decorators, home decorators, bakeries, anyone that wants to decorate a cake.  Or if anyone would like to donate a store bought cake.

     Anyone can donate supplies for cake decorating.

If you can help email

Lincoln Swap Meet/Bazaar

What: Lincoln Swap Meet/Bazaar
Where: Boarders Inn & Suites, 5250 Cornhusker Hwy, Lincoln, Ne
When: Open every Saturday. 

Booth Fee is Just $20 for 11/22.  10% of all Bazar Funds are donated to Charity..