U.S. Cellular Offers Free Device Workshop to Help Users Create, Keep New Year's Resolutions
Event Dates and Times
- Starts: 9:00 AM
- Ends: 10:00 AM
U.S. Cellular, 418 E. Leota St., North Platte
From health and fitness to adjusting budgets and expenditures, January is the month for smart changes. While it can be tough to stay on track when you set new goals, smartphones could help you create and keep New Year’s resolutions.
Attendees will learn how to use their devices, such as fitness trackers, tablets and the iPhone X or Samsung Galaxy Note8, to monitor their 2018 resolutions. Individuals do not need to be U.S. Cellular customers to attend.
You may call 308-532-8705 for more information or to RSVP.
Platt Duetsche 1315 W Anna St, Grand Island, NE 68801
The Wildwoods bring a pioneering sound to Americana Roots Music. Recently nominated by the Omaha Entertainment and Arts Awards as one of the best Americana/Folk bands in the area. Their heartwarming lyrics and vocals are rich in love and happiness, wrapped in a style of music that is like no other with influences from old time country masters and today’s Indie/Folk sound. People of all ages are drawn to their music. Mallory Gruben, from HC Media Online reported, “The Wildwoods seemed to face no obstacle in gaining the full attention of the audience, receiving a standing ovation by the end of their second set.” Andrew Stellman managing editor from Hear Nebraska wrote “There are perhaps few Nebraska acts that represent a merger of past and present quite like The Wildwoods, and if it’s taken you this long to notice, take the opening track of its new album Sweet Nostalgia. The young songwriting tandem of Chloe Pinkman and Noah Gose harmonize like something out of the Depression Era, fitted with a certain weight yet warmly and triumphantly capable of lifting hearts regardless.”
Talented songwriters, The Wildwoods song "Dance With Me" made the semi-finals in the 2016 International Songwriting competition. Two of their songs have also placed in the top 10 of the 2015 Omaha Performing Arts Songwriting Competition.
The Wildwoods will be sharing songs from their newest album “Sweet Nostalgia” This is what Live on Hear Nebraska FM had to say about it. “That Sweet Nostalgia is the third release for this young five-piece folk act is alone admirable, were it not for the effortless charm and youthful whimsy they bring to classic Americana. The arm-in-arm camaraderie of “Loose Threads” bops and sways like a Randy Newman tune. “My Friend” swells with countryside imagery and ornate instrumentation, aided by the production prowess of ARC’s Ben Brodin. “Bedford Street” is a good old-fashioned hoe-down. And no matter how tearful or worrisome things seem, the turn is always hopeful: trust is endless, love is everlasting, the strings are always in tune and the sun is always shining. Sweet Nostalgia, indeed.”
Learn more at www.thewildwoodsband.com https://store.cdbaby.com/cd/thewildwoods4
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First-Plymouth Church, 2000 D Street, Lincoln, NE 68502
EVENT: The 12th Day of Christmas: A Midwinter Musical Review Saturday, January 6, 2018 from 3 to 5 pm First-Plymouth Church, 2000 D Street, Lincoln, NE 68502 Admission is free, donations received A seasonal celebration brought to you by the St. David’s Welsh Society of Nebraska.
There is just too much great seasonal music to stop enjoying it in December. Join the celebration on the 12th Day of Christmas – Saturday, January 6, 2018 – featuring some of Lincoln’s most beloved musicians and community leaders with Welsh family ties. Everyone is welcome at First-Plymouth Church (20th and D Streets) from 3 to 5 pm.
Julie Allen and her husband, Tim Schatz will duet on piano and violin. Gwenith Closs Colgrove placed first in her division at the 2017 North American Festival of Wales in Columbus, Ohio. She will perform her winning piece among others. C. Richard Morris and Gwendolyn Tilley will play some favorite arrangements.
Everyone attending will be invited to join in on “Fast Away the Old Year Passes,” “Deck the Halls” and “Auld Lang Syne.” And between the singing there will be Welsh stories, poetry and of course, the Mari Lwyd.
Everyone is welcome at this family-friendly event. No admission is charged, donations are welcome. A Welsh tea will follow the performance.
The St. David’s Welsh Society of Nebraska was established in 1910 to preserve and celebrate Nebraska’s Welsh heritage and influences. For more information about the 12th Day of Christmas or the society, 402-742-0477, NebraskaWelsh@gmail.com, www.facebook.com/NebraskaWelsh.
From: Lori McAlister, President St. David’s Welsh Society of Nebraska
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