Come out to the Kuck Motorsports Museum May 28

Post date: May 22, 2015 4:50:31 AM

Come out to the Give to Lincoln Day event at the Kuck Motorsport Museum from 5:00-8:00 PM on May 28, 2015, 2251 Humphrey Avenue, Lincoln, Nebraska. ​See below and this YouTube video showing just some of the cool cars you will see

The Lincoln Music Teachers Association will join the Nebraska Chamber Players, Lincoln Boys Choir, Sheldon Friends of Chamber Music, the Lincoln Youth​ Symphony, Angels Theatre Company and Friends of Opera to provide an evening of live music, food and a great collection of cars for your enjoyment. Come on out​, enjoy the evening and show your support for local nonprofit organizations​ that make Lincoln a great place to live work and play.​ ​Suggested donation for admission to the Kuck Motorsports Museum​ is $30.

From NOW to midnight May 27th an anonymous donor will match your contribution to the LMTA Music Outreach Program through the Lincoln Community Foundation up to $1,000! ALL donations will count towards our total amount raised for Give to Lincoln Day and will help us earn a larger percentage of the matching funds ($300,000 to be divided among all charities participating in Give to Lincoln Day based on their percentage of the total amount raised.)

Go to…/Lincoln-Music-Teachers-Ass… and click on the green button to Donate! Donations can be made on-line with any credit card or paypal account (minimum of $10) and will be processed as soon as you click (instead of being delayed until May 28th, the official Give to Lincoln Day).

The LMTA Music Outreach Program (LMTA-MOP) is a program which allows at-risk, low-income students to study music with a professional teacher at a nominal cost. LMTA-MOP pays the teachers a reasonable lesson fee while grants, donations, and partnerships with local businesses provide funds, instruments, and other needs for the program. Grantors include Lincoln Community Foundation, the Nebraska Arts Council and Cultural Endowment, the Cooper Foundation, the Pearle Francis Finigan Foundation and the Harris Foundation. Local partners include: Dietze Music House, CGSmusic, Harris Academy of the Arts, Marilyn Wallin and local piano tuners: Adkins Piano Tuning, Larry Caldwell, Norman Dority, Scott Kerns & Rachel West . For more information visit, and click the Music Outreach or M.U.S.I.C. button.

The Lincoln Music Teachers Association is a nonprofit organization of approximately 80 members. Monthly meetings, held from September to May, offer teachers networking opportunities and continuing ed. LMTA hosts additional teacher education workshops and events for students, such as composition contests, theory fun fairs, monster concerts, etc.