Tagged: outdoors

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The Nature Center

by Lindsay Esparrago Andrea Faas dedicated 10 years to working as a naturalist in environmental education before the opportunity to work at the Pioneers Park Nature Center took her by surprise in 2004. Now she tackles the responsibilities of Nature...

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Lincoln’s Best Walks

By Becky Seth Lincoln is such a walk-able city, where scenic parks, paths and trails abound. If you love short runs or walks, or to just ramble in and around the city, writer and naturalist Becky Seth compiled a list...

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Fun with Festivals

by  Donna Joy Brakenhoff All of nature’s seasons are colorful and have their own unique joys. And in Lincoln, spring, summer and fall include festival season fun! Whether you are a visitor to Lincoln, or a resident, take a moment...

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Memorable Summer Concerts at Pinewood Bowl

by Sriyani Tidball Every summer Lincoln adds a unique series of at least six summer concerts to Lincoln’s already full schedule of musical performances. Traditionally, the Pinewood Bowl hosted one local musical each summer, but starting in 2012, six hugely successful summer...

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The Sunken Gardens

Just how much fun can you have on a cool, windy morning? Grace Carlson, 7, carries a flat of flowers, Saturday, May 14, 2011, during the annual event in which volunteers help plant flowers at the Sunken Gardens. Alice Reed...

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Summer Music Echoes Across the City

There’s nothing like live music in the summer, and Lincoln has a phenomenal selection of summer music festivals. Local and international artists; classical, rock, blues, jazz or country; in a majestic church or outside on the grass, we have them...

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Take a Breath: Parks, Golf and Swimming

By Becky Seth Parks are the breathing spaces of a city. Lincoln has 125 parks with 6,000 acres of life-enhancing green space. They range from small mini-parks with plants and perhaps a sculpture, to the large areas of our beautiful...