Lincoln news for Feb. 11

LINCOLN — While there were no Hill Country Holiday festivities this year, Lincoln’s world-renowned Variety Show is back! There won’t be a live in-person audience, but there is good news. If you have an internet connection, you will be able to watch it live from the comfort of your own home. On Saturday, Feb. 20, at 6:30 p.m., NEAT-TV will be broadcasting a live stream of the variety show at
If you would like to be in the show, there are two options this year. The first option is to be on stage at Burnham hall on the 20th and your act will be live-streamed. COVID-19 protocols will be in place. The second option is to email them a video of your act and it will be included in the live stream.
Some ideas for your act include singing a song, telling a joke, telling a story, doing a magic trick, showing off your pet, performing an amazing stunt, getting your friends together to do a skit, reciting a poem, or playing an instrument.
It doesn’t matter if you’re a kid, adult or senior, anyone is welcome to participate in the variety show. Your act should be family-friendly and ranging in length from 10 seconds to 4 minutes. If you are interested in being in the show, please contact Nate Gusakov at [email protected] by Sunday, Feb. 14. Please include your name and contact information, a brief description of your act, the names and number of people in your act and whether you will need any audio equipment.
The variety show is always a fun time whether you’re a participant or a viewer. We have so many talented people in this community. I can’t wait to see the show!
Calling all Box Top Collectors: Please bring your Box Tops to LCS or drop them off at the Lincoln Library as I will be turning them in at the end of the month. All the money earned from the collection of Box Tops goes toward the purchase of books for the LCS library. Thank you!
REMINDER: There will be no school for MAUSD students Monday, Feb. 15, through Friday, Feb. 19, for winter break.
Until next time … Happy Valentine’s Day!

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