Something for everyone
Hours: Mon. – Sat. 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 a.m.; Sun. Noon – 2:00 a.m.
Jake's Cigars & Spirits offers a wide array of hand-crafted cocktails, craft & import beers, wines and one of the largest selections of whiskey in the state. Jake’s uses fresh fruit juices and high-quality ingredients. Open seven days a week, in the heart of Downtown Lincoln. Cheers!
There is no charge to play at the other city-managed courts, which are scattered around town at 24 sites (parks and high schools). Some courts are lighted. The University of Nebraska-Lincoln has 30 outdoor courts open to the public - 24 on City campus, six on East Campus and most are lighted. Nebraska Wesleyan University, Union College and Southeast Community College also have courts.
Wyuka Cemetery was established by an act of the Nebraska Legislature in 1869, to provide a “Lincoln State Cemetery” for the new state’s capital city just 2 years after state hood (in 1867). The three original trustees rejected the first site provided by the state– flood prone ground along Salt Creek west of Lincoln. Instead they chose to purchase 80 acres of rolling terrain east of the city on which to establish a “rural cemetery,” the latest trend in American burial grounds. Wyuka Cemetery was patterned after Mount Auburn Cemetery near Boston, MA (est. 1831). This new type of large, scenic, park-like cemetery with curving roads accentuating the lay of the land and abundant plantings of trees, shrubs and flowers, encouraged visitors to stroll, remember, and learn about their community’s past, continuing that same tradition today.
Wyuka Cemetery has grown since those original purchases and now encompasses over 140 acres between “O” Street and stretching north to Vine Street.
Hours: 11am-5pm Mon-Fri.
Specializing in children's performance classes throughout the year, including two and three-week summer performance camps. Also features Mainstage Repertory shows and hosts a variety of local performance groups.