This weekend in Lincoln

LINCOLN, Nebraska (Nebraska). The Lincoln area will host a number of events on the first weekend in February, which you can learn about in this list of Friday quick facts from Visit Lincoln.

Dinosaurs and disasters! Mythbusters Edition

Join the University of Nebraska State Museum and UNL’s Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences to explore facts and myths about dinosaurs, natural disasters, and science through hands-on activities led by museum educators and UNL scientists. Don’t miss the performance of local band The String Beans at 13:00. The event takes place at the University of Nebraska Morrill Hall State Museum.

Saturday from 9:00 to 17:00; Adults: $9.50, Children: $5.50.

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My doll and I had a beach party

Catch the wave! It may be cold and snowy outside, but it will be warm inside the museum! Let’s have a beach party! The workshop is inspired by the Water Featured quilt exhibition and American Girl dolls by Kanani and Nanea. Participants will decorate a doll-sized surfboard, make doll leis, learn about endangered marine animals, listen to ukulele music and enjoy tropical snacks. This event is at the International Patchwork Museum.

Saturday from 10:00 to 14:00; $20 for non-members, $16 for members

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Sweetheart Soiree – Valentine’s Day Shopping Market

This event will be sweet! Be sure to visit the Valentine’s Day Shopping Market at the first annual Valentine’s Day! Visit their Facebook page for a current list of providers. The event takes place at the Wilderness Ridge Club.

Sunday from 10:00 to 15:00; Free

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Lincoln Hot Glass Open Day

Join Lincoln’s leading glass community for their first open house in 2023, just in time for Valentine’s Day! They will have live demonstrations of torches and stoves, as well as lots of gifts and goodies for your special someone! This event is in Lincoln Hot Glass.

Sunday from 12:00 to 18:00; Free

Read more: HERE

Brewery and History Tour

The tour starts at the Boiler Brewing Company bar and then passes through the Grand Manse building. Fascinating historical facts and majestic architectural features are revealed in this building, originally built for use as a post office and federal courthouse in 1904. The tour then returns to the brewery where you are greeted with samples. Master Brewer Tim Thomssen will tell you what it takes to make beer, talk about all the equipment you need to produce small-batch craft beer at the Boiler brewery, and much more. The event takes place at the Boiler Brewing Company.

Sunday 13:00; 20 dollars

Read more: HERE

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