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

      includes round-trip motor coach,  Nebraska Chamber Players - Concert at  Abendmusik: Lincoln – First Plymouth
              4/141183/                           entrance fee, guided tour, and box  NET Ron Hull Studio, 1800 N. 33rd St.  Church, 2000 D St. 402 476-9933
                                                  lunch.  $80. Transportation fee to the  Hors d'oeuvres and beverages 30 min-
            Big Red Singers Dec 15 @ 7:30 pm      bus site is $5 roundtrip. 402-441-7158  utes before Friday concert; dessert &  Dec 20 @ 7 pm Dec 22 @ 4 pm Guide Us
            Kimball Recital Hall, 11th and R Sts $5,                                  coffee on Sunday. $22; Student $5    to Thy Perfect Light Experience the
              Student/Senior $3 (402) 472-6865  Book Launch & Art Exhibit  Feb 7 @ 5:30  402 429-8227                      spiritual power of the Christmas story.
                   pm-7:30pm   Francie & Finch        Free will offering.
                                                  Bookshop, 130 S. 13th St Book sign-  Jan 24 @ 8 pm & Jan 26 @ 3 pm Hear a  Dec 31 @ 7 pm New Year’s Eve Last
            Holiday Harvest Farmers’ Market       ing for origami picture book The Day  Tristen Fuentes Premiere.   Fuentes:  Blast Plymouth Brass with guest organ-
            Dec 15 10 am – 2 pm Park Centers      We Went to the Park by Linda        Rings of Saturn; Brown: The Partita:  ist Nathan Laube.  $20 Senior $15
              Banquet Hall, 2608 Park Blvd        Stephen. Art exhibit Feb. 1-28. Art fea-  Wicked Polly for harp and woodwinds:  Student $10
            http://www.holidayharvestfarmersmarket.c  tures Holmes Lake Park in paper and  Bondon: Le Soleil multicolore; Ewazen  Jan 19 @ 3 pm The American Spiritual
              om/                                 origami.   - Mosaics for marimba, flute and bas-  Ensemble  Free will offering.
                                                                                      soon                              Feb 14 @ 8 pm My Funny Valentine Tom
            Harpist Heidi Beran’s Christmas Concert  34th Annual Chocolate Lover’s Fantasy                                 Trenney and friends sing melodies
            Dec 19 10:30 am  Downtown Senior      Feb 7 7 – 9:30 pm  The Graduate          Please Email                    from the Great American Songbook.
              Center, 1005 O St $4 60+ suggested  Hotel, 141 N. 9th St Delectable choco-                                   Abendmusik fundraiser $40
              meal payment 402-441-7154           late delights, entertainment, and silent  event Info to               Feb 22 @ 7 pm Iowa State Singers  Free
    auction. Fundraiser for The Historic                               will offering.
              g/pdf/ChristmasConcert.pdf          Haymarket District. $35 402 435-7496        Feb 24 @ 7 pm Youth Masterworks
                                                                       Festival Over 200 high schooler sing
            Greater Prairie Chicken Multi-Day Tour  ate-lovers                                                             Jubilate Deo. Free will offering.
              Apr 17 – 19.  Reserve by Dec 31
              Pioneers Park Nature Center tour  Swing Under the Wings  Feb 14 6 – 11  Lincoln Friends of Chamber Music  First Friday Noon Concert   12:10 pm
              includes transportation, two nights  pm 28210 West Park Highway,        Performances at Johnny Carson        Saint Paul United Methodist Church,
              lodging, meals, two Guided lek (where  Ashland 6 pm USO themed          Theater at the Lied Center, 301 N 12th  1144 M St. Free. Lunch is available
              male prairie-chickens fight, call and  Valentine’s Day dinner and dance.  St $25; Student $5 402 472-4747    ($5) 402 477-6951
              dance to win the affection of females)  Dinner & dance $60; Dance $50;                       Dec 6 William McMullen and Catherine
              tours, eco-tour and birding and wildlife  Members $10 less            Jan 16 @ 7:30 pm Fry Street Quartet.   Herbener (Oboe, Piano, Harpsichord)
              viewing at the Calamus Reservoir. 402-              Hailed as “a triumph of ensemble play-
              441-7895                                                                ing”, this multi-faceted ensemble plays  Nebraska Jazz Orchestra - 315 S. 9th St.,
                                                Feb 14 @ 8 pm My Funny Valentine      music of the masters as well as origi-  Suite 110  402 477-8446
            Gatsby Gives: a Roaring 20’s Benefit for  First Plymouth Church, 2000 D St.  nal works from contemporary visionary  Performances at The Cornhusker
              Habitat for Humanity of Lincoln Dec 31  Abendmusik fundraiser.  Concert with  composers. Larsen: “Emergence” for  Mariott, 333 S. 13th St $25, Student
              8 pm – 12:30 am    The Jasmine      desert. Tom Trenney and friends sing  String Quartet; Beach: Quartet Op. 89;  $12.50
              Room, Grand Manse, 129 N. 10th St   songs from the Great American       Beethoven: Quartet in E-flat Major,
              Ticket includes cuisine, dessert,   Songbook. $40 402 476-9933          Op. 127.                          Feb 1 @ 7:30 pm Learning form the
              Gatsby-era music and dancing, photo               Feb 8 @ 7:30 pm Imani Winds.  Over     Master featuring Joey Gulizia, EWI,
              booth and one drink ticket. Silent auc-                                 their twenty year career, this Grammy-  Steel Drum and percussion and the
              tion. Cash bar. $75 or 2 for $140  Friends of Lied Biennial Gala 2020   nominated quintet is a distinct pres-  2020 Young Lions All-Star Band
    Feb 15 @ 6 pm Wonderland at the Lied -  ence in the classical music world
              gives.html?blm_aid=28744            A Mad Hatter’s Ball Cocktails @ 6 pm  through its dynamic playing, culturally  First Lutheran’s First Friday Jazz
                                                  Dinner @ 7 pm Enjoy dinner and      relevant programming, virtuosic collab-  Dec 6 11:30 am  First Lutheran Church,
                                                  dancing to Musivo Live from Kansas  orations, and inspirational outreach  1551 S 70th St Bring own lunch or buy
                                                  City, $150 ($100 tax deductible) 402  programs. “The Beauty of Strife”;  for $6
                                                  472-4747                            Sontonga: Nkosi si ke Leli (South
                                        African National Anthem); Ravel: Le  Capital Jazz Society Big Band   7 - 9:30
                                                  ing/about-friends-lied              Tombeau de Couperin; Shostakovich:   pm Chez SoDo, 11th & K Sts Monday
                                                                                      Quartet No. 8, Op. 110; Bermel: “Gift  night big band 402 477-7899 Free
                                                Sandhill Crane Day Trip Mar 27 OR Mar  of Life” from Wanderings; Haas: Wind  Dec 16
                                                  28 noon – 11:30 pm    Reserve by Feb  Quintet, Op. 10; D’Rivera: Wapango.
                                                  28 Pioneers Park Nature Center tour
                                                  includes transportation, dinner and pri-  Lincoln Organ Showcase  Lincoln  Capital Jazz Series   7 – 9:30 pm
                                                  vate viewing blind at sunset on the  Chapter, American Guild of Organists  ChezSoDo, 440 S. 11th St Capital Jazz
                                                  Platte River 402-441-7895           $20; Senior - $15; 18 & under -  free  Society  402 477-7899 Free
                                                                                      402 477-6951                      Dec 9 Group Sax
                                                I Love My Dog Expo    Feb 22 – 23
                                                  Lancaster Event Center, 4100 N 84th  Feb 2 @ 3 pm Nicole Keller Grace
            FiberFest is an exciting opportunity to  St Dog-friendly, family-oriented enter-  Lutheran Church, 2225 Washington St   Lincoln Continentals
              connect the Lincoln community to the  tainment. Benefit for Domesti-PUPS,                                 Dec 8 @ 3 pm Trinity United Methodist
              work of contemporary fiber and textile  who provide service dogs, therapy  Lincoln Civic Orchestra    Performance at  Church, 7130 Kentwell Lane.
              artists and to learn more about the  dogs and adoptables. $10; under 10 &  Rogers Center for Fine Arts, 50th &  Christmas Concert featuring Lincoln
              amazingly versatile mediums these   dogs- free                          Huntington Sts 402 465-2267 Free     Continentals & Lincolnaire Barbershop
              artists employ.  Events also listed   Feb 9 @ 4 pm                           Choruses Donations accepted
              under Hillestad Gallery and                                 
              International Quilt Museum in the              Music
              Museum section of this calendar.   Arts for the Soul Music & Fine Arts Series   LAFTA - Lincoln Association for  Husker Horn Choir.  Dec 12 @ noon
                                                First Presbyterian Church, 840 S 17th St  Traditional Arts Membership - $20  Holiday Concert Nebraska Capitol,
                    Fiberfest Exhibitions         Purchase tickets at church, online or  allows for 2 discounted ticket to con-  1445 K St
            Jan 3 to Feb 28 5 – 8 pm Female, Fibers  at door  402 477-6037            certs Information, reservations at 402
              and Finesse  LUX Center for the Arts,  580-8656 or     Pla Mor Ballroom - 6600 West O St. 402
              2601 N. 48th St                     the-soul/                         Main Stage Concerts at the 7th Street  475-4030
            Jan- Feb 2020 Wearable Tech  Nebraska  Jan 25 @ 7 pm Sofei Rei. - Folklore and  Loft, 7th and K Sts. Member $16; Non-  Dec 6 @ 8:30 pm Singles Dance Party
              Innovation Studios Gallery, 2021    futurism, graceful elegance and raw  Member $20; Student $10; under 12 -  with Jimmy Mack
              Transformation Dr                   passion, virtuosic precision and spon-  $1                            Dec 8 @ 8 pm Country Night  Silas Creek
            Jan 3 to Feb 28 5 - 8pm  Nebraska Fiber  taneous exploration merge in the  Jan 11 @ 7:30 pm Andrea Von Kampen  & Hayseed Cowboys
              Artists Special Exhibit  Burkholder  music of award-winning vocalist, song-  Lincoln’s Andrea von Kampen has  Dec 12 @ 7 pm Big Band Thursday Leo
              Project, 719 P St.                  writer and producer Sofei Rei. She  recorded three albums. Her vocal     Lonnie
            Opens Jan 6 Pop-Up show of fiber artists  uses Latin American traditions and  range and guitar accompaniment com-  Dec 15 @ 8 pm Country Night  City Limits
              who met at the Lincoln Modern Quilt  fuses them with jazz, classical, pop,  plement her songwriting perfectly. She  & Tami Hall
              Guild Sew Creative, 5143 S. 48th St   and electronic music influences. $20;  will be joined by Jessica Hanson on  Dec 22 @ 8 pm Country Night  Lucas
            Feb  Arts and Humanities Focus Program:  Senior $15; Student 13 + $8; 12 &  violin and Stephen Cantarero on bass.  Minor & Prairie Creek
              Curated by the Portfolio Prep Class  under free                       Feb 15 @7:30 pm FY5 (formerly       Dec 28 @ 8 pm Pre New Years Eve Gala
              LUX Center                                                              Finnders & Youngberg) FY5 come       Celebration with the Bobby Layne
                    Fiberfest Workshops         Lincoln Symphony Orchestra - 233 So.  from the traditional folk and blue-  Orchestra
            Jan 25 1 - 4pm LUX Center Natural Dye  13th St., Suite-B102; 402 476-2211  grass school. Bandleader Mike    Dec 29 @ 8 pm Country Night  Craig
              by Wendy Weiss Free                 Finders, Aaron Youngberg (banjo and  Estudillo & McKenzie Jalynn
            Feb 7 4:30 - 6:30pm International Quilt  Dec 8 @ 2 pm OR 6 pm Deck the Halls  pedal steel), Erin Youngberg (vocals
              Museum, 1523 N. 33rd St             Lied Center, 301 N 12th St    LSO’s  and bass), Rich Zimmerman (man-       Performing Arts
              Scherenswchnitte Valentines Free    annual holiday pops concert includes  dolin), and Ryan Drickey (fiddle) play  Mary Riepma Ross Media Arts Center -
            Feb 15 5 - 7pm LUX Center Embroidery  seasonal hits such as Sleigh Ride and  bluegrass harmonies with virtuosic  313 N. 13th St. 402 472-5353; $9.50
              Collage and Wine by Maggie Hiltner  The Nutcracker  with  conductor Lucas  picking and fiddling and traditional  Senior-$7.50 Student/Child-$7.00
              Free                                Waldin, dancers from Chase Dance    honky-tonk.                          Member-$6.50
            Other                                 and Dancing Beyond Limits, handbell                                   Dec 6 – 12 Making Waves: The Art of
            Jan 18 2 - 3pm Tour of NWU Costume    choir Bell-issimo, Lincoln Suzuki  Lincoln Choral Artists  PO Box 57122,  Cinematic Sound.  An exploration of
              Collection, Elder Memorial Theatre  Studios, and LSO’s annual Young     Lincoln NE 68505 (402) 405-8070      the history, artistry, and emotional
              Center, 51st & Huntington Ave       Artist Competition Winner. $35/$15         power of cinema sound, as revealed by
                                                  Youth $5                          Dec 12 @ 7:30 pm Simply Christmas with  sound designers and directors, via
            OLLI Winter Term  - Jan 8 Registration  Feb 22 @ 7:30 pm Russian Dances.  The  Bell-issimo Holy Trinity Episcopal  interviews, movie clips, and a look at
              begins; Jan 27 Winter term classes  Lincoln Youth Symphony joins LSO in  Church, 6001 A St                   their process of creation and discovery.
              start. View catalog of classes on web-  a side-by-side performance of Rimsky-  Mar 1 @ 4 pm Cinematopia  The Royal  Dec 13 – 19 Varda by Agnes.  The late
              site. Osher Lifelong Learning Institute  Korsakov’s Capriccio Espagnol.  Grove, 340 W Cornhusker Hwy  LCA's  Agnès Varda’s final film is a playful,
              (OLLI), 140 Home Economics, UNL     SloDance will perform with          annual Special Fundraising Event fea-  profound, and personal summation of
              402 472-6265,,         Shostakovich’s beautiful Chamber    turing music from the movies and the  her career.  Both impish and wise, she
                     Symphony. The evening closes with a  UNL Vocal Jazz Ensemble.  Cost?     acts as a spirit guide on a tour through
                                                  suite from Stravinsky’s ballet master-                                   her six-decade artistic journey, shed-
            Lincoln Artists' Guild New Year’s Party  piece, Petrushka. $35/$15 Youth $5  Nebraska Brass   315 S. 9th St, Suite  ding new light on her films, while offer-
            Jan 14 6 – 9 pm Golden Corral, 3940 N.  Feb 23 @ 2 pm The Composer is Dead  110 (402) 477-7899 $15; Senior - $12;  ing reflections on everything from film-
              26th St $13.95; Senior $12.95       O’Donnell Auditorium, 50th &        18 & under free                      making to feminism to aging.
      Huntington Sts Author Lemony Snicket  Jan 17 – 30 A Hidden Life.  Based on real
                                                  delivers a musical mystery, The   Dec 21 @ 7:30pm  A Nebraska Brass      events, the story of unsung hero, Franz
            Winterfest Jan 19 1 - 4 pm    LUX Center  Composer is Dead, with music by  Christmas    Vine Congregational    Jägerstätter, who refused to fight for
              for the Arts, 2601 N. 48th St Hands on  Nathaniel Stookey. The Inspector,  Church, 1800 Twin Ridge Rd        the Nazis in World War II.  When the
              activities for the whole family. Free.  actor William Shomos, investigates  Mar 1 @ 3 pm Invitation to the Dance  Austrian peasant farmer is faced with
              (402) 466-8692   with members of the orchestra to find  Our Savior’s Lutheran Church, 1200 S.  the threat of execution for treason, it is
                                                  out whodunnit! One hour before the  40th St.                             his unwavering faith and his love for
            An Evening with the Cranes Mar 31 3 –  concert enjoy face painting, an instru-                                 his wife Fani and children that keeps
              11 pm   Reserve by noon Feb 3. Aging  ment petting zoo, crafts, and other                                    his spirit alive.
              Partners Bus Trip to Audubon Rowe   family activities. $10 Youth $5
              Sanctuary in Gibbon to view Sandhill
              Cranes. View spectacular nature
              scenes on the river’s edge. Tour

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