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Lincoln 55+ Seniors Paper - Calendar of Events -  Fall 2019

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                  Special Events                  16 at 402 441-7154                  www.gagecountymuseum.info/FilleySto  impact of women in elections in the
                                               www.lincoln.ne.gov/city/mayor/aging/pdf/M  neBarn.html                      past century, women’s involvement in
                                                  usicalHats.pdf                                                           elective office; and the status of
           Harvest of Hope                                                          Shakespeare on Tap                     women’s rights on a global scale.
           Sep 6 @ 6 pm Junto Wine, 1356 182nd  51st  Annual AppleJack Festival     Oct 7 5 - 8 pm Saro Cider, 1746 N St   Keynote speaker: Rhoda Howard-
              St, Seward Benefit for Child Advocacy  Sep 20, 21, 22 Nebraska City Apple har-  Fundraiser for Flatwater Shakespeare  Hassmann.  League of Women Voters,
              Center $35 www.smallvoices.org/
                                                  vesting at Arbor Day Farm and Kimmel  Company First drink, appetizers from  OLLI and Global Perspectives: The
                                                  Orchard. Flea Market & Carnival – Fri,  ChefauChef, and tours of the Cidery  Winter Lecture Series $20 includes
           4th Lincoln Art Bike Art Tour          Sat & Sun; Parade - Sat at 1 pm; Arts &  $25; $30 at door                lunch. www.olli.unl.edu/events
           Sep 7 11 am – 4 pm Free Map at         Crafts Fairs - Sat & Sun; Classic Car  www.flatwatershakespearecompany.org/tic
              www.lincolnsouthdowntown.org/what-  Show Sun 8 am - 4 pm 800-514-9113   kets                               Meow & Chow
              we-do/art-hub-programs.html
                                               www.gonebraskacity.com/festival/apple-                                    Oct 19 Center for People in Need, 3901 N.
                                                  jack-festival/                    Taking Time for You Caregiver Retreat   27th St  Dinner-5:30 pm Bingo-6:30pm
           NSA Fall Plant Sales                                                     Oct 9 9 am – 2:30 pm UNO Thompson      All you can eat soup with bread,
           Sep 7 9 am – Noon  Sep 20, 27 Oct 4, 11,  Steele City Flea Market & Living History  Alumni Center 6705 Dodge St, Omaha  dessert, and beverage. Fund-raiser for
              18 Noon – 4:30 pm NSA Greenhouse,   Weekend                             For anyon providing care, support or  Lincoln Animal Ambassadors & The Cat
              2150 N. 38th  Nebraska Statewide  Sep 21 & 22  Steele City, 12 miles south-  advocacy for another. Speaker Peter  House $25 402-817-1168 lincolnani-
              Arboretum 402 472-7211 Lots of native  east of Fairbury on Hwy 8 Both days:  Leidy, lunch $20 register by Oct 1 402  malambassadors.org or www.the-
              plants, edible, landscape plants, etc.    Antique tractor show & blacksmith  306-6055   www.caregiverretreat.com/   cathouse.org/
           www.plantnebraska.org/store/
                                                  demonstrations; music by Down Home
                                                  Saturday: Garden tractor, antique &                                    Johnny Cash & Roy Orbison Tribute
           2019 Nebraska Book Festival            antique stock tractor pulls; tractor                                   Oct 19 @ 7 pm Lancaster Event Center,
           Sep 7 11 am – 6 pm UNL City Campus     games Sunday: tractor parade              Please Email                   4100 North 84th St $35/$25
              Union, 1400 R St Author talks, book  www.fairbury.com/events/steele-city-flea-                               LancasterEventCenter.org
              signings, exhibitors, and booksellers.  market/                               event Info to
              Authors include Nicole Baart, Kwame                                                                        15th Annual York October Czechfest
              Dawes, Ted Genoways, Tosca Lee,  19th Annual Lincoln Arts Festival               Events@                   Oct 20 9:30 am - 5 pm York Holthus
              Kassandra Montag, Kimberly Stuart  Sep 21 10 am- 6 pm Sep 22 10 am - 5 pm                                    Convention Center, 3130 Holen Ave,
              and Carson Vaughan. Free            P St between 13th St & Centennial Mall  Lincoln55Plus.com                York Czech food, music, queens and
           www.bookfestival.nebraska.gov
                                                  N (note new location) Art by artist for                                  children’s activities  308 380-7225
                                                  purchase and perusal, music acts in a  Star City Doll Society Luncheon  www.nebraskaczechsofyork.org/
           Dine Out to Help Out                   family-friendly atmosphere with chil-  Oct 12 10 am to 3 pm Hillcrest Country
           Sep 11 Select restaurants donate a per-  dren’s activities, food and raffle prizes.  Club, 9401 O St  Luncheon, program  Samples of the World
              centage of today’s receipts to the  Suggested donation 402-434-2787     on American Girl dolls, doll sales, and  Oct 20 5 - 7 pm College View SDA
              Lincoln Food Bank                www.artscene.org/events/lincoln-arts-festi-  silent auction.  Send $30 to Star City  Church, 4801 Prescott Ave Sample
              www.lincolnfoodbank.org
                                                  val/                                Doll Society, 7611 Colby St., Lincoln,  cuisines representing Lincoln’s immi-
                                                                                      NE 68505 by Oct 7.  Add $10 for sales  grant and refugee families. Benefit for
           Patriot Day                         Streets Alive!                         table.                               Good Neighbor Community Center.
           Sep 11 11:30 am to 1 pm Strategic Air  Sep 22 1 – 4:30 pm  South Salt Creek and                                 $25; Child $10     www.gncclincoln.org/
              Command & Aerospace Museum,         Cooper Park neighborhood. A stretch of  Greater Omaha County Genealogical
              28210 West Park Hwy, Ashland        streets, parks and trails are available to  Society Fall Conference: New England  Urban Legends Art Studios
           Must preregister online; lunch with muse-  use any human-powered transportation,  and Canada                  Oct 24 10 to 11 am 2632 N. 48th St
              um admission $12; Senior $11; ages 4  with music, food samples and health  Oct 12 8:30 am to 4 pm Nebraska   Create a door hanger of your choice.
              – 12 $6; Military – free            exhibits. Family, wheelchair and pet  Methodist College, 720 N. 87th St,  Aging Partners 402 441-7158  reserva-
              www.sacmuseum.org
                                                  friendly. Free. 402-310-9997        Omaha $70/$80                        tion by Oct 18 $10; $5 transportation
                                               www.healthylincoln.org/initiatives/street-  www.llcgs.info/upload/events/files/1565129  fee.  www.lincoln.ne.gov/city/mayor/
           Veterans Memorial Garden Programs      salive/                             428_GOGSFallConf2019.pdf             aging/pdf/UrbanLegendArtStudio.pdf
           3200 Veterans Memorial Drive, Antelope
              Park                             Macb’s Bloody Mary Bar: Preview Event  Craft Sale /  Bake Sale            Serving Hands Auction 2019
           Sep 11 @ 10:15 am Patriot Day of    Sep 25 @ 6:30 pm The Stables at Wyuka,  Oct 12 9 am – 3 pm Bethany Christian  Oct 24  @ 11 am Public Viewing Day
              Remembrance                         3600 O St. Sneak peek performance of  Church, 1645 N Cotner Blvd Lunch   Pinnacle Bank Arena
           Nov 11 @ 11 am Veterans Day            Macbeth, one of Shakespeare’s great  available 11 am – 2 pm            Oct 25 Public Auction of the Hands: 5 –
           Dec 7 @ 11:55 am Pearl Harbor
                                                  tragedies, first drink from the bar, cof-  Raffle: Handstitched  full/queen quilt   doors opens; 7 pm - auction starts; One
                                                  fee, light hors d’oeuvres, and 20th                                      third of bid amount will go to artist and
           125th School of Music Anniversary      Anniversary Season Announcement   CROP Walk                              remainder to Campus Life.  Free.
              Celebration                         Fundraiser for Flatwater Shakespeare  Oct 13 Registration 1 pm Walk 1:30 pm  www.yfclincoln.org/events/
           Sep 12 @ 3:30 pm  Kimball Hall, 301 N  Company $35                         First Lutheran Church, 1551 S. 70th St
              12th St Free                                                            3 mile walk. Raise funds and aware-  Men’s Health Seminar
           www.music.unl.edu/
                                               35th Annual Adult Spelling Bee & 2019  ness for local and world hunger. 25% of  Oct 24 @ 6 pm Bryan West, Conference
                                                  Literary Heritage Award             funds stay local.                    Center, 2300 S. 16th St.  Treatment
           Red Tie Ball                        Sep 25 Silent Auction 6 – 7 pm Program  www.crophungerwalk.org/lincolnne    options for erectile dysfunction and
           Sep 13 6 pm, The Cornhusker Marriott,  @ 7 pm 7 pm Single Barrel, 130 N.                                        bladder leakage. Partners welcome.
              333 S. 13th St.  Dinner, silent auction.  10th Fundraiser for Lincoln City  Walk to End Alzheimer’s          Free. 1 855-850-3305 to register
              Benefit for the Cystic Fibrosis     Libraries Heritage Room $20       Oct 13 Registration @ 10 am Walk @
              Foundation. $150                 www.foundationforlcl.org/35th-annual-  noon Antelope Park  Capital Parkway &  Sip ‘N Shop vendor fair
           www.cff.org/nebraska/
                                                  adult-spelling-bee/                 A Street 2 mile walk Event to raise  Oct 25  10 am – 2 pm Gramercy Hill, 6800
                                                                                      awareness and funds for Alzheimer    A St Unique handmade items, jewelry,
           Art in the Garden                   Fall Fest                              care, support and research. Alzheimer's  make up, essential oils.
           Sep 14 11 am – 7 pm Sunken Gardens,  Sep 27 5 - 8 pm  Spring Creek Prairie  Association      www.act.alz.org/
              27th and D Sts  Theme: Moon River 50  Audubon Center, 11700 SW 100th St.,                                  Boo at the Zoo
              artists paintings, sculptures, photogra-  Denton 402 797-2301 Music, wagon  Elders for the Earth           Oct. 26, 27, 28, 29, and 30 5:30 – 8 pm
              phy, pottery, woodworking, stained  ride, and nature walk. Bring a blanket  Oct 13 - 15 Platte River State Park  Lincoln Children’s Zoo, 1222 S 27th St
              glass, furniture, clothing and jewelry.  and picnic and watch a prairie sunset.  Conference designed for seniors to  All money raised directly supports the
              Partial proceeds to Sunken Gardens.  Native plants to be given away or pur-  explore ways to deal with coming cli-  Zoo. Member – free; Non-member
              Food trucks. Rain location- Auld    chased. No reservation. Suggested   mate changes. There will be lectures,  $6.95; + everyone must pay $3.50 fee
              Center, 1650 Memorial Drive.  Free.
                                                  donation - $5; 12 and under - free.  music, encounters with nature and fel-  to trick-or-treat. www.lincolnzoo.org/
                                                  www.springcreekprairie.audubon.org/  lowship. Topics include climate change
           Lincoln Repair Cafe                                                        migration, climate change in Nebraska  Czech This Out – Demo
           Sep 14 Oct 5  1 – 3 pm New Visions  Cars & Coffee                          after the flood, the world is in jeopardy  Nov 2 @ 10:30 am Czech Slovak
              Community UMC, 1610 S. 11th St   Sep 28 Oct 26  8 am – noon Speedway    and what can I do. Speakers include  Museum, Crossroads Mall, 7400 Dodge
              Bring furniture, small appliance or  Motors Museum of American Speed,   Ramesh Laungani, Kathleen Erickson,  St, Omaha Learn to make Kolache,
              clothing that need repair. They’ll do  599 Oak Creek Dr  Free coffee, donut  Martha Shulski and David Corbin.  rolls, and potato dumplings, also fall
              their best to fix it. Get repair tips, chat  and admission if you bring your special-  Registration for entire event is $100  and Christmas ideas; recipe handouts;
              or lend a hand. Repairs made by vol-  ty vehicle                        which includes meals. One day with   tastings include pork, dumplings, sauer-
              unteer so no guarantees to be able to  www.museumofamericanspeed.com    meals $30 or $80 402-431-2338        kraut. Demo by Carol Niemann Louis
              fix certain items. Free but donations                                 www.elders4theearth.com                402-686-9837 for reservations $25
              welcome. 402 476 5768            Birds & Brews Festival
           www.facebook.com/Lincoln-Repair-Cafe-  Sep 29 1 – 4 pm Spring Creek Prairie  Parkinson’s Disease in 2019: Optimizing  Veterans Breakfast
              621222944631220/
                                                  Audubon Center, 11700 SW 100th St.,  the Quality of Life               Nov 8 7:30 -9 am Gramercy Hill, 6800 A
                                                  Denton 402 797-2301 Music, Learn  Oct 14 8 am – 3:30 pm Embassy Suites,  St  For our residents, community veter-
           Tastes in the Tallgrass                about birds and prairie while tasting  12520 Westport Parkway, La Vista  ans and their spouses.
           Sep 15 4 – 7 pm  Spring Creek Prairie  local brews, purchase local food, and  Conference for patients, family and
              Audubon Center, 11700 SW 100th St.,  listen to local tunes. Tasting cups pro-  caregivers Includes breakfast & lunch.  Live Thoroughbred Horse Racing
              Denton Watch the sun set over the   vided. Bring a lawn chair/blanket.  $25 to UNMC, Dept. of Neurological  Nov 9 Lincoln Race Course, 7055 S. 1st
              autumn prairie while eating. Live &  $25advanced $35 day of event       Sciences, 988440 Nebraska Medical    St. www.lincolnracing.com
              silent auction. $140 of which $100 is a  www.springcreekprairie.audubon.org/  Center, Omaha, NE 68198-8440 by
              tax-deductible contribution to Spring                                   Sep 27                             Veterans Day
              Creek Prairie, a native tallgrass prairie  AKC Dog Agility Trial      Bus ride to Conference $10 contact J  Nov 11 11:30 am to 1 pm Strategic Air
              remnants. 402 797-2301           Oct 4 9 am – 4 pm Oct 5, 6 8 am – 4 pm  Johnson 218 S. 29th St. Lincoln     Command & Aerospace Museum,
              www.springcreekprairie.audubon.org/
                                                  Lancaster Event Center, 4100 N. 84th                                     28210 West Park Hwy, Ashland
                                                  St Handlers guide their dogs through  Czechoslovak Genealogical Society  Must preregister online; lunch with muse-
           Lincoln City Libraries Annual Book Sale    jumps, tunnels, weave poles and obsta-  International Genealogical Cultural  um admission $12; Senior $11; ages 4
           Lancaster Event Center, 4100 N. 84th St  cles. Greater Lincoln Obedience Club.  Conference                      – 12 $6; Military – free
              402-441-0164 www.foundationforlcl.org  Free.  www.glocdogs.org/Trials/Agility  Oct 15 – 19 Marriott Cornhusker Hotel,  sacmuseum.org
           Pre-Sale Sep 18 4:30 - 8:30 pm $50 tick-                                   333 S. 13thSt CGSI will conduct its
              ets preregister at www.foundationforl-  Lincoln Artists’ Guild Gallery Reception  17th biennial Genealogical Cultural  Holiday Harvest Farmers’ Market
              cl.org                           Oct 4 - 31 Association of Nebraska Art  Conference. Learn about techniques for  Nov 17 & Dec 1 & Dec 15 10 am – 2 pm
           Public sale Sep 19 & 20 10 am – 7 pm;  Clubs Jury Show at LUX Center for the  genealogical research in the area now  Park Centers Banquet Hall, 2608 Park
              Sep 21 10 am – 5 pm; Sep 22 10 am –  Arts, 2601 N. 48th St              known as the Czech and Slovak        Blvd
              3 pm Free
                                               www.lincolnartistsguild.org            Republics and to explore the history  www.holidayharvestfarmersmarket.com/
                                                                                      and culture of the people who lived in
           Helen’s Musical Hats Show           Filley Stone Barn Harvest Festival     the area Single day $85, Three day  ChamberFest Nov 18 @ 7:30 pm
           Sep 19 Program 10:15 am, Lunch 11:15  Oct 5 10 am – 4 pm 13282 East Scott  $220.  www.CGSIevents.com/         Kimball Recital Hall, 1113 R St Groups
              am Downtown Senior Center, 1005 O   Road (2 miles southwest of Filley) See                                   from Glenn Korff School of Music. Free
              St. Variety show by Helen Waring    the 144 year old stone barn. Enjoy  Celebrating the 19th Amendment:      www.music.unl.edu/
              Johnson; $4 suggested lunch contribu-  trades from the past; plowing and  Women’s Rights Here and Abroad
              tion for ages 60+; $8 for under age 60;  threshing, antique farm equipment,  Oct 19 9 am – 2 pm Innovation Campus,
              $4 suggested transportation contribu-  blacksmith demonstration, marble  2021 Transformation Dr  The history of
              tion for ages 60+; reservation by Sep
                                                  maker. Free 402-228-1679            the fight for women’s suffrage; the
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