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Shaolin Warriors
October 24

Sinbad
November 1

Ailey II
November 7

A Chorus Line
November 8-10

Miró Quartet
at UCA
November 16

Video Games Live
November 20

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Mark your calendar! The Lincoln Center Support League and Swingle will be “Lighting the Lincoln Center” for the holidays. Lights will be turned on November 8th.


Northwest Construction workers install -Flight- by Kirsten Kokkin
Northwest Construction workers install “Flight” by Kirsten Kokkin

Visual Arts Update

The Sculptures have returned to Lincoln Center!
Some of Fort Collins favorite artworks have arrived back home at the Lincoln Center in the new sculpture garden and throughout the Lincoln Center grounds. From Kirsten Kokkin’s graceful “Flight,” to Don Green’s enigmatic curving steel and glass form, “Dialogue,” you’ll recognize and welcome your old favorites back to their new home at the Lincoln Center.

Let’s Talk Bugs! Gallery Talk on October 18th
Have you seen the bugs yet? Don’t miss this unique and breath-taking exhibition by Jennifer Angus, showing at the Lincoln Center through November 3rd. Please join us for a Gallery Talk with CSU Professor of Entomology Dr. Whitney Cranshaw for an entertaining and educational talk about “Colorado’s Big Bugs” on Thursday, October 18, at 6:30 in the Magnolia Theatre. It’s free! You’ll learn how Colorado’s big bugs stack up against those on the gallery walls? You might be surprised – or relieved!

It’s Tea Time at Lincoln Center Galleries
While you’re visiting the Lincoln Center you’ll have the opportunity to see a variety of hand-crafted ceramic teapots, collected by long-time resident and nationally recognized potter and innovator Nan McKinnell. Sharing tea with friends was one of Nan’s favorite pastimes, and she collected teapots made by many of her friends and colleagues. The teapots will be on display until November 3rd.

Gallery hours are 10 am – 6 pm, Tuesdays through Fridays and noon – 6pm on Saturdays. The Gallery is closed Sundays and Mondays, but is open for most theatre performances. Admission is free.
Click here to visit the Art Gallery webpage for more information.


Healthy Tidbits

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Beans
Blueberries
Broccoli
Oats
Oranges
Pumpkin
Salmon
Soy
Spinach
Tea (green or black)
Tomatoes
Turkey
Walnuts
Yogurt

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Warriors Who Practice Zen

Although the name Shaolin Warriors might suggest a violent connotation, it would be incorrect to associate demonstrations of Shaolin fighting techniques as acts of aggression. If you attend their Lincoln Center performance on Oct 24th, you’ll notice that the Shaolin fight mostly in silence, exhibiting what can be described as “stillness in movement,” this “stillness” is a direct result of a serene mind, cultivated through the practice of meditation.

The Shaolin performers train in martial arts for several hours every day – perfecting the art of hand-to-hand and weapons combat. Each performer is required to achieve an extraordinarily high level of proficiency in each of the 18 traditional weapons, and to become a master of one. However, it is daily meditation which enables the performers to sustain such physically demanding regimens.

Through a practice known as Ch’an (Chinese for Zen), they calm the body and focus the mind to attain a mental state known as Samadhi, or complete mental absorption. It’s in this highly focused state of mind that they are able to sustain extreme physical discomfort which enables them to endure the intense daily training required to achieve the level of adeptness for which they are so highly praised.

Don't miss this amazing display of Kung Fu mastery!
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32nd Annual Holiday Tradition

The Lincoln Center Support League is proud to present A Holiday Tradition: the Hall of Gifts and Gallery of Trees from November 9-16. Come get a bit of holiday decorating and your holiday shopping done early this year!

The Hall of Gifts features over 50 artisans displaying handcrafted items in the Canyon West and Columbine Rooms of the Lincoln Center. A café and espresso cart provide a spot to relax and enjoy refreshments or lunch. Admission is $3.00 for adults and $1.00 for children 12 and under, good for all three days. Tickets may be purchased at the door.

Hours:
Fri, Nov 9, from 12pm - 6:00pm
Sat, Nov 10, from 10am – 5pm
Sun, Nov 11, 10am – 4pm

The Gallery of Trees features holiday trees in the Lincoln Center Art Gallery decorated by local businesses. Area artists and community members have contributed 3-foot holiday decorated trees for a silent auction. Admission is FREE. The auction is open to the public with a closing reception on Friday, November 16.

Hours:
Fri, Nov 9 thru Fri, Nov 16, 10am – 8pm daily
Closing Reception: Nov 16th, 5pm-7pm

Funds raised through the Hall of Gifts and Gallery of Trees aid Lincoln Center Support League’s mission to excite, enlighten, and educate young people through the performing arts in addition to promoting cultural opportunities in the community.
Click here to visit the Support League webpage for more information


More Parking Available!

Once again this season the Lincoln Center will have 59 extra parking spaces to be used for Lincoln Center-presented performances! These spaces are located at the Lincoln Office Center at 419 Canyon Avenue (across the street to the west of the Lincoln Center) and are available for all performances presented by Lincoln Center. (These include all shows in the Showstoppers, Anything Goes, Dance and Imagination Series, plus our Special Events.) Parking signs will be posted during these events to let you know the lot is available for Lincoln Center patrons.

The spaces are available for Lincoln Center patrons only during the duration of the performance. Please welcome Otterbox as a new Lincoln Center sponsor for this parking agreement – and enjoy the new parking spaces they have shared with us for our performances!


Off to Neverland!

The Fort Collins Children’s Theatre will bring the classic family musical PETER PAN to Lincoln Center's main stage November 16-18.

Imaginations will soar to this beloved tale of a mischievous boy who can fly and spends his never-ending childhood adventuring with his gang the Lost Boys and matching wits with Captain Hook and his band of pirates. Performed with a live orchestra and a cast of over thirty adults and teens, Peter Pan is ready to guide you on your flight to Neverland.

The Fort Collins Children’s Theatre has been entertaining the families of Northern Colorado for over 50 years. They strive to provide the joy and creativity of theatre for performing individuals, volunteers and their audiences. Come see this wonderful live family musical and “just think of lovely things and your heart will fly on wings.”

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The performance on Friday, Nov 16 at 7:00 will be signed for the hearing impaired.


FCMOD Celebrates Its Grand Opening!

The new, state-of-the-art Fort Collins Museum of Discovery celebrates its Grand Opening on Sat, Nov 10, from 10am to 5pm! A 47,000+ square foot building, FCMOD is filled with engaging and interactive exhibits and the latest technologies to transport visitors to both the future and the past. Be part of the excitement as our community opens one of the first museums in the country to place exhibits in the context of science, history and culture through hands-on and artifact based experiences!

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