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Parade Of Nations

June 09, 2009 by Sheila
Be there June 19 at 6pm when the Parade of Nations kicks off the evening entertainment during the first day of the Celebrate Lincoln International Festival. 
Like the Parade of Nations featured in the Olympic Games, Celebrate Lincoln’s Parade of Nations introduces the festival’s audience to the nations and cultures that shape our community.

The goal of the Parade of Nations is to raise awareness and appreciation of the diversity of our community through a parade including the flags and clothing of those nations represented in our population.

To learn more about Celebrate Lincoln, see the Culturalistings June 4 blog post.

Tagged in: international, ethnic, Cultural, diversity, community, entertainment,
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Celebrate Lincoln

June 04, 2009 by Sheila
You are invited to Celebrate Lincoln!
Celebrate Lincoln International Festival is a collaborative multicultural event, promoting cultural awareness and appreciation through live music, food, crafts, artwork, dance and activities from around the world. Complete with a marketplace and two stages, this two-day event in downtown Lincoln includes more than 40 entertainment acts, food vendors, merchants, games and interactive activities.

When: Friday June 19 & Saturday June 20, 11am-11:30pm
Where: 12th through 14th Streets on N Street
Cost: $5 (ages 13+) $3 (ages 3-12)

Tagged in: food, entertainment, downtown, Cultural, international, kids, adult, teens,
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Chief Standing Bear

May 06, 2009 by Sheila
The Nebraska Commission on Indian Affairs is hosting a series of events in honor of Chief Standing Bear, the Ponca chief who advocated for Native Americans’ rights of habeas corpus in US District Court.
On May 15, 2009, the commission will host two events. The forth annual breakfast will be held at the Embassy Suites, 1040 P St. in Lincoln. Joe Starita, author of I am a Man: Chief Standing Bear’s Journey of Justice, is the keynote speaker for this event. The fifth annual commemoration will be held from 11:45 to 1:00pm at the State Capitol Rotunda. 
For more information, visit the NCIA Web site at:

Tagged in: Native American, Indian, Cultural, history, historical,
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