Join for a screening of “Some Like it Hot” on Saturday, November 4th at 8 PM.
This is a classic Billy Wilder Film starring Tony Curtis, Jack Lemmon and Marilyn Monroe, plus a host of others recognizable by anyone familiar with Bugs Bunny cartoons. Made in 1959 and set in 1929, the action starts with the Valentine’s Day Massacre, which our two heroes accidentally witness. They have to get out of Chicago to get away but the only opening is with an all women band. So they make some changes and hilarity ensues. I’m afraid Royal Dano is not in this movie, I know some of you will be disappointed. As always, popcorn will be provided.
Join us on Saturday, October 28th from 4-7 PM.
Enjoy a fun movie, some light refreshments, and get your costume ready for wherever the night takes you! Really, what more could a ghoul ask for?
Friday, October 27
9:30 PM – 12:30 AM
Location: Cottonwood Café-Bistro-Bar
440 S. 11th, Lincoln, NE.
FREE and open to the public – alternating performances of live music & poetic readings.
Musician – Spencer Krull
Author/Poet – Barbara Salvatore
The artists have been guaranteed a modest sum for this performance from Common Root PLUS Cottonwood Café-Bistro-Bar is donating a percentage of sales during this event which will be divided equally between the performers and Common Root PLUS we will have a free-will donation jar that also will be divided equally between the performers and Common Root.
100% of any artist merchandise sales go to the performers.
This event would not be possible without the generous contributions of:
———- Feed The Arts — Support Local Artists ———-
This event is sponsored by Common Root which facilitates community-building events and provides for the advancement of the arts. Common Root is a 501c3 nonprofit – No paid staff – 100% volunteer driven.
Free Saturdays – a free culture celebration of the community!
This month’s Free Saturday event will be held at The Bay from 2-3:30 pm on October 21st. Signs will be posted to direct you.
Special thanks to The BAY for donating their space!
Bring items to give away and find great items from others to claim as your own. Please take any of your unclaimed items with you when you leave the event. (FYI – there’s no need to bring items in order to take items from others! Take what you need.)
Everything is free! We’re inspiring free culture and strong community relations. Come by and engage!
💀💀This month, we’ll be learning about Dia de los Muertos and making paper plate sugar skulls. All supplies will be provided. Details coming soon!💀💀
Upcoming Free Saturday events will be held from 2-3:30 PM on the following dates / locations listed:
-November 18 – Vine Church (1800 Twin Ridge Road)
-December 16 – Eiseley Library (1530 Superior Street)
Join us on Saturday, Oct. 14th at 8 PM for a free screening of “Something Wicked This Way Comes.”
A strange carnival comes to a small town ….. wait a minute, that was last month ….. checks notes …. huh. What the …. oh well. Who schedules these things? Moving on. Just to get you in the proper mood for Halloween, this month’s movie is based on the novel by Ray Bradbury with a screen play written by …. Ray Bradbury.
Starring Jason Robards, Jonathan Pryce, Pam Grier and Royal Dano?!? But he was in … just last month …. Hmmmm okay. I don’t even care any more. Come see for yourself, just remember, be careful what you wish for. It may cost more than you want to pay.
As always popcorn will be provided. Bring snacks, bring a friend, just bring yourself and prepare for a fun, community viewing experience!
You deserve two hours of you time.
Two hours of down time.
Come and color with your community on Saturday. Oct. 14th from 10 AM – 12:30 PM. Bring your own coloring supplies, or use our supplies and coloring sheets.
IT’S FREE & OPEN TO EVERYONE – ALL AGES
♫ Relaxing background music. Bring your favorite CD of mellow music and share it with the group! ♪
Visit commonroot.net/ffp for full details on Fall For Pride 2017!
8-10 residences were vandalised early Thursday morning in the East Campus neighborhood, along the MoPac bike trail.
Let’s come together to show that hate and distruction have no place in OUR community. Join us at 3436 X Street at 1 PM on Sunday, September 24th.
Wear something you can get messy in and come by for a short time or the whole afternoon, whatever works for your schedule! Let’s clean up as much of this mess as possible, put our heads together and respond as a community.
We’re putting this together quickly, so we may add to this list as needed:
-Paint thinner / cleaner
Lots of folks have offered donations to help with cleanup efforts.
If you’d like to help, send funds through PayPal to: email@example.com
All funding goes to supplies for this cleanup effort, for refreshments / food for the volunteers. Any leftover donations will be split evenly between with the East Campus Community Organization and our inclusive neighborhood nonprofit, Common Root.
Come visit our Common Root booth at the Streets Alive Festival!
Streets Alive will be happening in the Belmont Neighborhood on Sunday, September 10th from 1-5 PM.
Common Root’s booth will be located in Max E. Roper Park.
See the official website for a full route map and event details: http://www.healthylincoln.org/