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10 Education Websites That Teach You For Free | Computers & Internet – BabaMail

They say it’s never too late to learn something new in life, and the advent of the internet has only made it easier to expand your horizons. There are thousands of educational websites out there, but I’ve gone a step further and compiled the very best on the internet just for you. So if you’re feeling like it’s time to take your life in a whole new direction, begin your journey of discovery below:

Source: 10 Education Websites That Teach You For Free | Computers & Internet – BabaMail

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Lancaster County Treasurer – Request a Vehicle Quote

If you are requesting an estimate on the cost to register your vehicle, please make sure that you enter your home address and the vehicle information fields. These are needed for property tax & sales tax calculations. The VIN is extremely important but not absolutely necessary for a rough estimate. Fields left blank may affect your quote. We will normally get you a response within one business day of receipt of your request. Responses after 4:30 pm, on weekends or holidays may take additional time

Source: Lancaster County Treasurer – Request a Vehicle Quote

Sept 30 – Arts for the Soul: Women of the World

performing original and traditional folk music

Group portrait of Women of the World
Group portrait of Women of the World

The Arts for the Soul Music & Fine Arts Series at First Presbyterian Church, 840 S. 17th St., Lincoln, is pleased to announce the first concert of the 2017-18 season on Saturday, Sept 30, 7:00 p.m., featuring the award-winning group Women of the World.

Women of the World is an award-winning international a cappella vocal quartet that performs original and traditional folk music with a contemporary twist, in 30 languages. Mentored by Grammy Award-winning vocalist Bobby McFerrin, they create music that is borderless and carries the undeniable message of unity and peace. The week prior to their Lincoln concert they will be one of eight groups competing in the finals of the A Cappella Open contest at Carnegie Hall!

Arts for the Soul offers OLLI members a ticket discount. Tickets for OLLI members for this concert are $12.

Call First Presbyterian Church at 402-477-6037 for more information.

Source: Arts for the Soul: Women of the World | Announce | University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Sept – Oct – The Weir – Flatwater Shakespeare COMPANY

The power of stories to build community meets the great Irish tradition of the bar-room tale in “The Weir,” Conor McPherson’s brilliant play about loss, the paranormal, and the consolations of connection. In the setting of a small rural pub in the northwest of Ireland, the regulars and their host fall into swapping ghost stories, the sort of local legends and anecdotes that over the years get stretched in the telling. But this evening is different from an average night at the pub, because a new visitor has arrived, with a story of her own, and it may just change everything.Performances run 90 minutes, with no intermission, and include strong language and adult themes. The show is recommended for mature audiences only.

This fall, the Flatwater Shakespeare Company digs deep into mystery with a two-week run of “The Weir.” Performances are Thursdays through Sundays, September 28 to October 1, and October 4-8, with all shows beginning 7 p.m. in the open-air theater of The Stables at Wyuka, 3600 “O” Street in Lincoln.

Source: Flatwater Shakespeare COMPANY

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 Sept 10 Grandparents Day Brunch – Lincoln Children’s Museum

Grandparents Day Brunch

 

Lincoln Children’s Museum hosts brunch
To celebrate National Grandparents Day on September 10, the Lincoln Children’s Museum will host brunch for grandparents and their grandchildren.
To purchase tickets

Source: Lincoln Childrens Museum

Sept – Lincoln City Libraries – Facilities Planning

Lincoln City Libraries Seeks Public Input on Facilities Plan

Lincoln City Libraries (LCL) invites the public to attend meetings in September to provide input regarding the branch library facilities plan. The plan addresses the layout and design of each building and also considers how rearrangement and the reallocation of space, furnishings and technology will strengthen LCL’s ability to serve the community.

Sessions are scheduled at these locations:

Gere Branch, 2400 S. 56th Street, 6 p.m. Wednesday, September 6
Walt Branch, 6701 S. 14th Street, 3 p.m. Sunday, September 24
Eiseley Branch, 1530 Superior Street, 6 p.m. Tuesday, September 26
Anderson Branch, 3635 Touzalin Avenue, 6 p.m. Wednesday, September 27.

Input also may be sent to library@lincolnlibraries.org.

Source: Lincoln City Libraries | Lincoln, Nebraska

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