Lincoln news for Aug. 11

LINCOLN — The library will be hosting another children’s open art studio on Wednesday, Aug. 24 from 3 to 5 p.m. They will have supplies for painting, drawing and coloring along with one special prepared project. Light snacks will be provided. Tom Verner brings magic to the library on Friday, Aug. 26, at 11 a.m. Verner is the founder of Magicians Without Borders, a 501C(3) organization that performs magic shows for children in refugee camps, orphanages and  hospitals around the world — often in war torn places where love, laughter and magic are desperately needed. Stop by the library for this fun, family friendly event.


The Kindergarten is creating a building station for outdoor play time. They’re looking for the following tools: little hammers, vices and older hand drills with chargers. The school is also looking for durable toys for the sandbox such as trucks, shovels and buckets. Old metal pots, spoons, and muffin tins are also really fun for creative play! If you’d like to donate any of these items to the school, please leave them under the pavilion (right off the lower parking lot when you pull into the school). Thank you so much!


The second annual Taco Tuesday fundraiser for Burnham Hall is on! This taco fest will be held on Sept. 6.


The Exploring Lincoln Questers Celebration Party will be held at the library on Wednesday, Aug. 17, 3 p.m.

Until next time … Not All Storms Come To Disrupt Your Life, Some Come To Clear Your Path. A Comfort Zone Is A Beautiful Place, But Nothing Ever Grows There. If You Want To Fly, Give Up Everything That Weighs You Down.

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