Welcoming Week: Free Admission Day

Nebraska History Museum 131 Centennial Mall North, Lincoln, Nebraska, United States

On Saturday, September 16, 2023, we welcome everyone to join us at the Nebraska History Museum for Free Admission Day in celebration of the second annual Welcoming Week in Lincoln, Nebraska. At no cost, enjoy activities for the whole family and explore over 12,000 years of history through fascinating exhibitions featuring artifacts and amazing stories...

Karen Society of Nebraska Block Party

Karen Society of Nebraska 1021 D St., Lincoln, Nebraska, United States

September 8-17, 2023, is Welcoming Week. The Karen Society of Nebraska celebrates Welcoming Week with neighbors and friends. We welcome you to the Karen Office with open arms. Please join us on September 16, 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM at the Karen Office, 1021 D Street. The event features: Event Type: Public FREE EVENT

Latino Festival

Antelope Park Bandshell 1630 Memorial Dr, Lincoln, Nebraska, United States

Building strong bridges to enjoy diversity! Let’s enjoy Hispanic culture through Latin music, art, food, and traditions. This will be an amazing event with live cultural performances, delectable food items from a variety of Latin American countries, artisan exhibits, and diverse Latin music. Event Type: Public FREE to attend

Knit-Paper-Scissors Fall Festival & Community Knit-a-Long

Knit Paper Scissors 3520 Village Drive Suite 600, Lincoln, Nebraska, United States

Celebrate the fall season with Knit Paper Scissors and ECHO Collective!  Knit and crochet with your neighbors at our Community Knit-a-Long. Bring your current project and a camping chair to sit in the parking lot. We will spend the afternoon soaking up the last of the warm weather and making friends with other knitters.  Snack...

Samples of the World

College View Church 4801 Prescott Ave, Lincoln, Nebraska, United States

Join us as we celebrate our 50th anniversary as you sample cuisines representing the United States and countries of Lincoln’s immigrants and refugee communities. Several local restaurants representing Lincoln’s diversity will also be featured as you enjoy music from Daniel Martinez’s group. Get your tickets today to support the Good Neighbor Community Center. Event Type:...

National Voter Registration Day

Attention: New registrants and those needing to update their address, name or party affiliation. REGISTER TO VOTE SEPTEMBER 19th Gere Library, 2400 S 56th St. | 10:30 am – 1:00 pm Walt Library, 6701 S 14th St. | 10:30 am – 1:00 pm Anderson Library, 3635 Touzalin Ave | 4:30 pm – 7:00 pm Eiseley...

Streets Alive!

University Place Neighborhood

Streets Alive! is a movement festival celebrated in cities across America and the world that cordons off a section of a city to let people literally play in the streets. Partnership for a Healthy Lincoln brought the Streets Alive! concept to Lincoln starting in 2010 as an annual event. Streets Alive! is a FREE community festival that promotes active living...

Emerge LNK

Lux Center 2601 North 48th St, Lincoln, Nebraska, United States

The EMERGE LNK Mural Project has created a vibrant University Place neighborhood that people want to visit, live in, and care for. The project has mobilized our community to articulate dreams, express frustrations, and most importantly, consider strategies for change. By inspiring the exploration and appreciation for street art, EMERGE LNK has promoted small businesses...

Karen American Festival

The Karen American Festival is coming fast. This will bring communities together. This festival comes with fundraising to support the KSN office so we can continue to help those who need our help. Check out the facebook event for all of the details! Event Type: Public

Harvest Moon Festival

Asian Community and Cultural Center 144 N 44th St. Suite A, Lincoln, Nebraska, United States

Join us for a community celebration of Asian cultures with performances, activities, food, and fun for the whole family. The Harvest Moon festival celebrates the harvest and the season of fall, and its roots date back to the customs of the Zhou Dynasty (1046 - 256 BC). The Asian Community and Cultural Center expands this...