Events
 

Friday, February 26 and Friday, March 4
SOLD OUT
6:00 - 8:00 p.m.

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February 29
4:30 - 7:30 p.m.

All children deserve the chance play in a safe, friendly environment with their parents, siblings and other children. Shining Star is a free and exclusive event, supported by May Flanagan Foundation, developed to serve families with children whose health has been compromised by a medical condition, specialized surgical procedures or medical treatments. This special event is closed to the general public to allow families who otherwise may not be able to visit the Museum an opportunity to enjoy a special night together away from the home or hospital.

For questions, please contact Jason Helgren, events coordinator at 402-477-4000 ext. 120.


March 12 
10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Heroes, real and imaginary, will visit Lincoln Children’s Museum on Super Hero Day. Meet all of your favorites, including Batman, Superman, Captain America, popular princesses, and more. 

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Saturday, April 9
9:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Young people are invited to try their hands at different instruments and raise their voices in song. Music teachers and professionals from around the area are on-site to answer questions about instruments and musical activities. It’s a great way to introduce music education to children. This event is presented by Sigma Alpha Iota, a Lincoln Alumnae/Patroness Chapter of musicians and music educators. 


April 23
6:00 - 9:00 p.m.
Country Club of Lincoln

April showers grow bright minds! So buy your tickets and pack your rain boots, because this year’s annual Museum fundraiser is sure to be flooded with fun and great prizes.

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May 16
4:30 - 7:30 p.m.

All children deserve the chance play in a safe, friendly environment with their parents, siblings and other children. Shining Star is a free and exclusive event, supported by May Flanagan Foundation, developed to serve families with children whose health has been compromised by a medical condition, specialized surgical procedures or medical treatments. This special event is closed to the general public to allow families who otherwise may not be able to visit the Museum an opportunity to enjoy a special night together away from the home or hospital.

For questions, please contact Jason Helgren, events coordinator at 402-477-4000 ext. 120.