Community Calendar

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Caregiver Support Group

What: Caregiver Support Group
When: 1st Tuesday of Each Month starting September 1st.  6:30 - 8p.
Where: 5200 R Street
Hosted by: Colonial Chapel Funeral Home, 5200 R Street
Facilitated by Ryana Swift - 402-802-2365 Masters Level Social Work Student.

Caregiver Support Group offers a place to talk through challenges and ways of coping, sharing feelings, needs, concerns and learning about resources available in our community.

League of Human Dignity Equipment Loan and Rental Program

What: League of Human Dignity Equipment Loan and Rental Program

The League of Human Dignity's equipment loan and rental program knows that many people in the Lincoln area are in need of equipment that could help them live more indiependently in their own homes.  Do you have durable medical equipment that you would be able to donate?  If you do, contact the League of Human Dignity to see if you have what we currently need.  Just call us in Lincoln at 402-441-7871 or go online to

The League of Human Dignity is a non profit, consumer based organization that promotes independent living for people with disabilities, in their own homes rather than in nursing homes.  To that end, we advocate for their needs and rights, while providing services to asist them in attaining, and maintaining an independent lifestyle.

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

Take back left over meds

What: Take Back Left Over Meds.

An estimated 1/3 of all prescription drugs and over-the-counter medicines go unused.  These products end up just sitting in medicine cabinets and they can wind up in the wrong hands or get taken accidientally.  But flushing or throwing away these medications can harm the enviroment.  So what can you do?  Take them back to a pharmacy near you.  Visit to find a participating pharmacy near you or call the Nebraska Regional Poison Center at 800-222-1222.

Lincoln-Lancaster County Genealogical Society

What: Lincoln-Lancaster County Genealogical Society monthly meeting.
When: Thursday, August 20th from 7p to 9p.
Where: First Lutheran Churcdh, 1551 South 70th St. Lincoln, Ne, in the activity room.
No Cost
Keli Bacon, Nebraska State Historical Society Staff Member, will present information on "Poor Farms" in Nebraska
Contact: Check or call 402-416-9139 for complete details.

What: Lincoln-Lancaster County Genealogical Society
When: Thursday, September 3rd from 1:15pm - 3pm
Where: St. Paul United Methodist Church, 1144 M Street, Room 155, Lincoln, Ne
No cost
Bob and Arlene Houser facilitate genealogy discussion group with great opportunities to exchange information.
Contact: Check or call 402-416-9139 for complete details.

What: Lincoln-Lancaster County Genealogical Society weekly educational opportunity.
When: Sunday, September 13th from 2pm to 4pm
Where: Walt Branch Library, 6701 South 14th Street, Lincoln, Ne
No cost
Contact: Check or call 402-416-9139 for weekly topics and complete details.


VA Coffeehaus

What: Please join us for the VA COFFEEHAUS to promote the health and well being of Veterans through music.
When: Friday, Augus 21st; Friday, September 18th; Friday, October 16th; Friday, November 20th; Friday, December 18th. from 11am to 1pm.
Where: Auditorium which is located on the first floor of the VA Health Care Facility, at 600 S. 70th, on the far North end of the building.  The Auditorium may be accessed through the ground level entrance on the north side.  Stairs and an elevator to the mail level are located just inside the entrance.  Parking is available on the norh side of the building.

August 21st.  Live music will be provided by Bill Fitts and Friends along with the Anima Christi Singers (12:00-12:30pm).  Refreshments will be served.  The public is welcome to attend.  Quilts of Valor will be presented around 11:50 am.

September 18th from 11am to 1pm....Entertainment: Whoozonfirst

October 16th from 11am - 1pm....Entertainment: The Lug Nuts

November 20th from 11am - 1pm ....Entertainment: OPEN Jam Session

December 18th from 11am - 1pm...Entertainment: Holiday Music Program with VA Staff Member and Friends.

Tell a friend.  Bring a friend

For more information, contact Terry Gillispie at 402-499-0230 or

First Friday Opening Reception

What: First Friday Opening Reception - Stellar Small Prints - International invitational
When: Friday, September 4th from 6p to 8p
Where: Constellation Studios, 2055 O Street, Lincoln

A global network is drawn between diverse artists and their printworks on an intimate scale.  These artist operate on multiple levels in the print community, through exhibiting at international biennales, working in collaborative studios or independently, as mentors and teachers that elucidate and interpret print culture through their craft and concept.  The quality of their vision is expressed through an attentive nature and hardwork while understanding the impact of ink and impression. 

Manuel Alba, France
Maija Albrecht, Finland
Sean Caulfield, Canada
Sheila Goloborotka, Brazil/USA
Hayk Grigoryan, Armenia
Naomi Hashimoto, Japan
Jill Ho-You, Canada
Silvana Martignoni, Italy
Antti Ratalahti, Finland
Tara Sabharwal, India/USA
Milda Seiichiro, Japan
Mariko Ando Spencer, Canada/Japan
Josef Werner, Germany

3rd Annual Fallbrook YMCA Labor Day 5K

What: 3rd Annual Fallbrook YMCA Labor Day 5K and Birthday Celebration.
When: Monday, September 7th. The event will kick off with a 5K run at 8:30am.  Kids activities and fun for the whole family will surround the race activities.
Where: The Fallbrook YMCA, located at 700 Penrose Dr. Suite B.
Sign up at any Lincoln YMCA location, or mail registration forms found at

The 3.1 mile "Bash & Dash" fun run will start at the Fallbrook YMCA and run through the beautiful Fallbrook neighborhood, ending back at the YMCA facility.  Kids and family activities will run during and after the race, including a bounce house and various games and prizes to help celebrate the Fallbrook Birthday.

Proceeds benefit the YMC Annual Campaign-Strong Kids.  Funds raised support Lincoln's youth and families in need, allowing them to take part in the YMCA's life-shaping programs.

Raymond Family Fun Day

What: Raymond Family Fun Day featuring the Raymond Cars and Crafts Show.
When: September 6th from 9am to 3pm
Where: Raymond Park

The Raymond Woman's Club is hosting a Raymond Family Fun Day featuring the Raymond Cars and Crafts Show!  We'll have vendors in the park and kids games by the clubhouse.  The ladies will also fire up the grill for some barbeque for lunch and have a bake sale. 

Marian Mass, Rosary, & Candlelight Procession

What: 28th Annual Marian Mass, Rosary & Candlelight Procession with the Most Reverend James D. Conley Celebrant and Homilist.
When: Wednesday, September 9th at 7pm
Where: Marian Center Grounds near Waverly, Nebraska.  (In case of inclement weather, the Mass will be held at the St. Teresa's Church, Lincoln, Nebraka at 7pm)  No Fatima Play this year.

The event is open to the public, and everyone is welcome to attend.  Seating and handicapped accessible restrooms will be provided.

Following the celebration of Mass, The Rosary will be prayed in several languages, as is done in Fatima: English, Czech, Spanish, Vietnamese and German..


Caregiver Free Respite Training

What: Free Respite Training
When: Thursday, Septembe 10th. from 9am to 5pm.
Where: Saint Paul United Methodist Church at 1144 M Street.  Parking is available under the church off of 11th Street.
The training session is free, and all participants will receive a complimentary lunch and respite training handbook.
Call 402-802-2309 or send an email to to register.

Suzy Campbell, Caregiver Chick of the Lincoln Caregivers Education Group, will be training members of the Lincoln community to provide respite care for those with special, medical, developmental, and physical needs, to raise awareness of respite care, and advocate for current repsite caregivers.  Respite care providers are one of the sole reasons caregivers are able to take breaks from their perennial responsibilities, but providers are limited.  Increasing the number of respite care providers in the Nebraska area through trainings would benefit caregivers and their loved ones.

Light The Night

What: The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's Light The Night Walk
When: Friday, September 11th.  Registration at 5p, Rememberance Ceremony at 6:30p, Walk Begins at 7p.
Where: Haymarket Park, 403 Line Drive Circle, Lincoln, Ne.

Light The Night is The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's evening fundraising walk to celebrate and commemorate lives touched by blood cancers.  During this special walk, fundraising participants carry illuminated lanterns- white for surviviors, red for supporters and gold in memory of loved ones lost to cancer.  Their efforts culminate in an evening of memorable walks in nearly two hundred communities each Fall across the U.S. and Canada including Omaha (Papillion) and Lincoln, Nebraska.

The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society is the world's largest voluntary health agency dedicated to blood cancer.  Our mission is to cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin's disease, myeloma, and improve the quality of life of patients and their families.

For more information or to register for this event, visit or contact Light The Night Campaign Manager Brianne Kemp at or (402-401-7464.

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..

Brownville Concert Series

What: Brownville Concert Series to Present Opera Omaha Chorus & Baritone John Moore
When: Sunday, September 13th at 2pm and 7pm.
Where: At the Brownville Concert Hall

Baritone John Moore is a recent graduate of the Metropolitan Opera's Lindeman Young Artist Development Program.  He has gone on to sing more than 8 roles in such operas as Peter Grimes, The Magic Flute, Madam Butterfly, Billy Budd, Francesca da Rimini, Giulio Cesare, and Andrea Chenier.  Mr. Moore is a native of Spencer, Ia.

For more than 50 years, the Opera Omaha Chorus has performed in more than fifty operas, including the world premieres of Anthony Davis's "Wakonda's Dream," and Paul Moravec's "Blizzard Voices."

Concert tickets are $19 ($15 for students).  To purchase tickets online go to or call 402-825-3331. 


Clatoniea Fire & Rescue Windsor Loin Dinner

What:  Clatonia Fire & Rescue Windsor Loin Dinner
When: September 13th, 2015 from 11am - 1pm
Where: Clatonia Community Center
Free will donaiton


Wonderfully Made Fundraiser

What: Wonderfully Made, their mission is to provide opportunities for kids with special needs in our community.  They are having a Fundraiser at Chipotle.
When: Monday, September 14th from 4:30p-8:30pm
Where: Chipotle (2801 Pine Lake Road).

They are trying to raise money to provide more programs and meet the needs of more kids in our community as well as spread the word about what Wonderfully Made is doing.   There are three different types of programs.

Friendship Club - for middle school and high school aged kids with special needs.  The goal is to provide opportunities for them to have fun, make friends, work on social skills, and gain confidience in who they are.

Private Therapy - One-on-One with a Recreational Therapist; based on assessment and tailored to the child's specific social, emotional, congnitive, and /or physical needs.

Just show up at Chipotle and tell them you are here for the Wonderfully Made Fundraiser when you pay.  50% of all meals sold that night will go to Wonderfully Made.

Design & Social Justice Event

What: Design & Social Justice Reception
When: September 16th, 4-5:30pm
Where: Love Library, Lincoln.

Love Library will be one of the hosts for the University-wide Design & Social Justice Symposium this semester from August 16th - October 31st, two collections will be featured on the 2nd floor or Love Library.  "Revolutionary Gain" by Suzun Lucia Lamaina and "Radical Underground Newspapers" by Billy X Jennings.  A reception for the public to meet the artists and listen to a brief presentation will take place on September 16th from 4-5:30 pm on the 2nd floor of Love Library.

The League of Human Dignity Golf Event

What: The League of Human Dignity's Benefit Golf Event.
When: September 17th
Where: Highlands Golf Course.

The event includes an 18-hole four player scramble, including games, silent auction and more.  Proceeds help the league fulfill its mission: promoting independent living for people with disabilities. 

For details 402-441-7871 or visit the League online at

SlutWalk Lincoln to raise awareness about sexual assault

What: SlutWalk Lincoln: Taking  Steps to End Victime Shame Cycle.
When: Saturday, September 19th at 11:30am
Where: North side of the Capitol Building.

SlutWalk Lincoln is holding their fifth annual SlutWalk.  The purpose of SlutWalk Lincoln is to raise awareness about sexual assault, victim blaming, change our current rape culture, and also to advocate for language change surrounding the word "Slut"

Participants are not required to dress in any particular way, but can wear whatever they feel comfortable walking in.  The event begins at 11:30am with speakers.  Participants walk along a predetermined route, and we close back at the Capitol Building with open mic time. People of all genders are welcome. 

Art Walk Aurora

What: Art Walk Aurora
When: September 19th, from 10a to 4pm
Where: Aurora, Nebraska

The public is invited to join in a wonderful day enjoying the visual arts.  Over 20 artists are participating in the Art Walk Aurora event.  Visit artists studios and regional artists hosted by the downtown businesses.

Maps will be available at each location.  It promises to be an enjoyable fall day for art lovers.  The brick streets are lined with quaint historic buildings and unique locally owned shops and restaurants.

You may park downtown and walk to each location.  This is a rain or shine event.

For additional information, including a complete list of participating businesses and featured artists, find us on Facebook at Art Walk Aurora Ne.

Donut Dash for CASA 2015

What: Donut Dash for CASA 2015
When: Saturday, September 19th.  Registration begins at 8:30am; Race begins at 10:00 am.
Where: UNL East Campus Loop (35th & Holdredge)
Cost: $20 per runner, prior to the event (includes, bottle of water, donuts and t-shirt) or $25 day of the event.

Register now for fun, a run and donuts!  Family fun run that involves running 2k, eating 12 donuts, and running 2k while wearing a costume if you choose!

Register at:

Runners can register as a "competitor" (you are timed and must eat all 12 donuts) or you can register as a "casual participant" (run or walk, eat or don't eat the donuts). 

You can even register and just get a t-shirt - no running or donuts!  There are prizes for the fastest competitiors and the best costumes. 

All proceeds go to support CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) for Lancaster County.  CASA for Lancaster County recruits, trains and supports community volunteers who advocated on behalf of abused and neglected children in Juvenile Court.

For more information go to or call the CASA office at 402-474-5161.


Walk to end Alzheimer's

What: Walk to End Alzheimer's.
When: September 20th from 11am to 4pm.
Where:  Holmes Lake


Streets Alive!

What: Streets Alive is a FREE community event that promotes active living and healthy nutrition in a fun and interactive way.   Streets Alive! is a city supported event that welcomes 3-6000 visitors each year.
When: Sunday, September 20th from 1-5pm.
Where: Hosted this year in the Clinton, Hartley, and East Campus Neighborhoods.  The route includes parks, biking and walking trails, and the new City Impact Campus.  Visitors can enter or exit anywhere along the route.

Festival visitors can bike, skate, walk, stroll, wheel (any kind of human powered traffic), or even dance their way down a traffic free 2 mile route filled with exhibitors and entertainers.  The route includes parks, biking and walking trails, and the new City Impact campus. 

Along the route nearly 100 exhibitors provide free health, wellness, fitness, and community resource information in a fun and interactive way.  Interspersed among the exhibits will be join-in music, dance, fitness and sports demonstrations, a global market with crafts and fresh local produce, food trucks and water stations, and fun kids activities.  Family, wheelchair and pet friendly.

For more information visit


Caring For Your Parents

What: Caring For Your Parents Presentation
When: Tuesday, September 22nd from 6p to 7:30p
Where: Roper & Sons Funeral Home Reception Facility at 4300 O Street, Lincoln.
Pre-register by September 18th.  Seating is limited.  (402) 476-1225  to make reservations, for additional questions, or to get more detailed directions.
Free of Charge, sponsored by Lincoln Caregivers Education Group.  Their mission: To Create Awareness About Adult Caregiving Issues and Provide Access to Resources in the Lincoln Area.

Are your parents alive?
Do they depend on you?
Do you have the answers?

This program can help!
Professionals from the fields of health, finances, and the law will provide community resources and information.

Questions are welcome!

For additional information  about the presentation or to schedule an event for your group.

Contact Suzy Campbell   402-802-2309

Household Hazardous Waste Collectiion

What: Household Hazardous Waste Collection Event
When: September 26th, from 9am to 1pm
Where: Lincoln Industries - 600 West E St.

These events provide a safe and free way for the public to properly dispose of potentially hazardous products commonly found around the house.  Hazardous waste accumulates throughout the year and it is important to use it up or dispose of it properly. 

For a complete list of products that are accepted, please visit our website (keyword: household)

St. Michael's Auto Show: Back to the Future

What: St. Michael's Auto Show: Back to the Future.
When: September 27th, from11am to 4pm.
Where: St. Michael's Church, 9101 S 78th St., Lincoln, Ne.

Pre-registration is $15.,,Mail your advanced registration form with $15. registration fee payable to St. Michael's Car Show/Richard Thomas, 9101 S 78th St, Lincoln, Ne 68516.

On-Site registration $25  11am-12:30pm...($5 off for second vehicle you register)
Show is from 11am - 4pm.   Awards starting at 3pm.

Enjoy on-site activities: BBQ Competition, kids games, homemade ice cream, and entertainment.

All vehicles must have proof of insurance.  Your signature indicates you and  your guests hold harmless St. Michael's Catholic Church and all sponsors from liability for damage or injury while participation in said event.  We are not responsible for any accident, injury or theft.  We reserve the right to add or delete Classes as needed.  In case of tie, 3 judges will be selected from the committee and sponsors.  Their votes will be the tie-breaker.

The event will be held rain or shine.

Email:                    Phone 619-519-0049

50th Annual Beef Dinner & Bake Sale

What: 50th Annual Beef Dinner & Bake Sale.
When: Sunday, September 27th from 5p to 7p
Where: Ceresco United Methodist Church, 41 North 2nd.

Menu:  Roast Beef, Baked Potato, Green Beans, Dinner Roll, Dessert, Drink

Adults: $10.00
Age 12 & Under:  $5.oo
Ages 5 & Under: Free

for Takeouts call:  402-665-2051

Cornhole Joust to benefit Hope Venture

What: Hope Venture presnets "A Cornhole Joust."
When: Sunday, September 27th at 2pm
Where: 7515 Whitlock Place, Lincoln, Ne

The Hope Venture was officially formed in the fall of 2009 in Lincoln.  They work with trusted local nationals in Africa and in India where they have been building relationships for over 15 years. 

     They provide educational materials and help to provide shelter for orphans and others dying on the streets.    They help to train girls in life skills that will help them escape prostitution.

For more information go to

St. Francis Spaghetti Dinner

What: St. Francis Parish Spaghetti Dinner
When: Sunday, September 27th from 11am to 4pm
Where: St. Francis Center, 3071 P Road, David City, Ne.  (Watch for Signs)
Ticket office opens at 9:30am - Sorry no early Ticket Sales.  The number system will not be used.
Menu: Spaghetti with Meatballs, Salad-Bread-Kolaches & Bars
Adults $9.  Children (5-12 years old) $4.  Take Outs $9.50 (Adults)

Silent Auction, Country Store, Cake Walk, Games, Fish Pond, Dime Toss, Raffle with many exciting prizes.

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. 

Book Fair/Sale Lincoln VA Clinic Volunteer Book Sale

What: Lincoln VA Clinic Volunteer Book Fair/Sale
When: Wednesday, September 30th from 12 to 6:30pm, Thursday, October 1st 10am to 4pm, Friday, October 2nd, 10am to 4pm.
Where: Lincoln VA Clinic, 600 S. 70th.  North side Basement Entrance under the Auditorium.  Parking available in North Side Parking Lot.

Donation of books, paperbacks, and hard cover, gently used and in good condition, for the below book sale, can be delivered to Volunteer Services on the north side of the VA Clinic under the Auditorium, by September 15th.

No text books or encyclopedias, please.  

Donations to be used to purchase an Ice Cream Machine for the Lincoln VA Faciity.

3rd Annual Eye Run

What: 3rd Annual Eye Run.  Fundraiser for Christian Record Services for the Blind.
When: Sunday, October 4th at 12pm
Where: Holmes Lake Park and VIRTUAL

5k, 10k and one miler

More info and to register:

F Street Farmer's Market

What: F Street Farmers Market
When: Tuesday's from 4p to 7p, May 26-October 6
Where: 1302 F. Street, Lincoln, Ne

EBT Accepted!
Kids Activities from 4p to 6p
Evening Meal available for purchase
Music from 6-7pm

Safe Quarters - One Day, One Big Change

What: Safe Quarters is a one-day, community-wide effort to raise funds and awareness for victims of domestic violence.
When: Sunday, October 11th.
Where:  Teams of volunteers will canvass the city knocking on the door of every Lincoln household to collect financial contributions to benefit the families that will seek safe shelter at Friendship Home this year.

To register a Safe Quarter Volunteer Team, visit {}  Or please open your doors to Friendship Home Volunteers on Sunday, October 11th.

For more information, contact Lauren at or 402-434-0617.

YALL Fall Threatre Production

What: The YALL Fall Production of "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Deathstar."
When Rehearsals begin August 15th and they are still in need of a few more registrations.  This is the kids/Junior version.  The production runs Friday, October 9th at 7pm; Saturday, October 10th @ 2p & 7p; Sunday, October 11th at 2p.

Back by popular demand, this musical comedy is an unauthorized, unorthodox, unbelievably funny retelling of the greatest science fiction saga of all time, Star Wars, written by Curt Bright.  Luke Skywalker,  Princess Leia, Han Solo, Chewbacca and all of the classic Star Wars characters pack the stage for this epic tale from a long time ago in a galaxy far, far way.  Darth Vader sings!  C-3PO dances!! Yoda talks backwards!!!  Set your blasters on fun!

Rehearsals, August 15-October 3 (no rehearsal on Labor Day weekend)
Saturdays, 10am - 4pm
Tech week, October 5-8
Visit to register

Director Sarah Gibson
Playwright and Music Producer: Curt Bright

Haunted Halloween Hayrack Ride & Chili Feed

What: Haunted Halloween Hayrack Ride and Chili Feed
When: Saturday, October 17th from 6p to 10p
Where: 1755 County Road 5, Yutan, Ne
Adults $10, Children $5, 2 and under are free

Kids events, food, snacks, adult beverages, other spooky fun

Facebook event


Lincoln Free to Breathe Lung Cancer Run/Walk

What: Linclon Free to Breathe 5K Run/Walk. to support people impacted by lung cancer.
When: October 17th
Where: Holmes Lake Park

Join us for the Lincoln Free To Breathe 5K Run/Walk.  One day of action can make a lifetime of impact.
Register and start Fundraising Today at FREETOBREATHE.ORG.

I Still Do Marriage Conference

What: A Simulcast of the Nationally Broadcast "I Still Do"
 Marriage Conference
When: Saturday, October 17th from 8am to 4pm
Where: Faith Lutheran Church and School at 8701 Adams in Lincoln.

This all-day event features nationally-known speakers with a message to challenge and encourage couple in an age when marriage is often demeaned.  Speakers include: Dennis Rainey and Bob Lepine of Family Life Ministries, Pastor/Author Alistar Begg, and Alex Kendrick, Associate Pastor and Writer/Producer of such movies as Courage, Fireproof, and War Room. 

For more information and to register go to and click on the "I Still Do" logo.

"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


The Art of Nonprofit Sustainability

What: 2015 Nonprofit Summit of the Midlands:  The Art of Nonprofit Sustainability.
When: November 4th, 2015
Where: La Vista Conference Center
$150 for NAM members - $225 for non-yet-members

Register at:

The 9th Annual Nonprofit Summit of the Midlands convenes nonprofit professionals to hear from thought leaders, network with peers, and gain insight on best practices.
Keynote: Steve Zimmerman, co- author of "The Sustainability Mindset and Nonprofit.Sustainability."

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