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4TH OF JULY RECIPES • EVENTS
LINCOLN

S HISTORY IN PRINT • THINGS TO DO
INSIDE...
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Reese
Browning,
Kelly Bewley,
Mason
Browning
and Russ
Yeager are
outside of
“OTP To-Go,”
which is
downstairs
from the
main
restaurant.
At the
downstairs
location,
visitors can
get pizza by
the slice, pick
up their
to-go orders
or enjoy
some of
OTP's
delicious ice
cream.
DEBBIE BROWN
• LINCOLN VIEW
BY DEBBIE BROWN
LINCOLN VIEW
T
he “Jeop-
ardy” answer
is ... a family-
run business that
has great pizza, is
a staple of down-
town Lincoln and
has a limited-edi-
tion beer in honor of its 10th
anniversary.
The question is, “What is Old
Town Pizza?”
On July 22, Old Town Pizza or
OTP will celebrate 10 successful
years in Lincoln.
The Browning family got
their start in the pizza business
by purchasing the original Old
Town Pizza in Auburn, in 2002.
The Auburn restaurant was
established in July, 1999 by Bri-
an and Maureen Hayes.
Reese Browning had enjoyed
Old Town Pizza and, when he
found out the original owners
were looking to sell, decided to
take on the business venture.
Old Town Pizza
needs no introduction
• SEE PIZZA PAGE A4
4 LINCOLN VIEW • JULY 2014
It became a family-run busi-
ness with Browning, his parents,
his brothers and his children
working to make the business a
success.
“My dad (Reese) worked for the
Hayes’ for several months before
escrow closed so that we could
learn the business,” said Mason
Browning, general manager of
the Lincoln location. “Within a
year, we started talking about
opening another place.”
When asked how they came
upon choosing Lincoln as the
location for their second restau-
rant, Browning explained, “A lot
of pieces came together. We liked
this historic aspect of the town
and we fell in love with its
charm.”
Those who are not familiar
with their second-floor location
in the Lincoln Brand Feeds
Building may think the satellite
shop downstairs is the face of
their business.
“People have actually come to
the satellite space looking to get
a table and order a pizza and we
have to direct them upstairs,”
Browning said. “This works in
conjunction with the restaurant
upstairs and it acts as sort of a
billboard for us.”
If you’ve been to either the
Auburn or the Lincoln location,
you’ll be treated by the same
menu.
However, some of the pizzas
have different names.
The combo pizza in Auburn is
called “The Mother lode, while it’s
called “The Caboose” in Lincoln.
DEBBIE BROWN • LINCOLN VIEW
The only time you see the dining room empty is just before the restaurant opens it's doors for the day. If you've ever enjoyed
Old Town Pizza for dine in, then you know that it's usually a full house, but always a very homey atmosphere, with excellent
service from all their staff.
PIZZA:
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ON THE
COVER
Old Town Pizza Manager
Kelly Bewley tosses
freshly-made pizza
dough as owner Mason
Browning pours a cold
glass of limited-edition
Alohop Beer from Knee
Deep Brewing Company.
Old Town Pizza will
offer daily specials and
discounts during July in
celebration of its 10th
anniversary. Old Town
Pizza is located at 436
Lincoln Blvd, Suite 102
and 202. For more
information, call
645-7677 or visit
otpizza.net.
PHOTO BY DEBBIE BROWN •
LINCOLN VIEW
Consistency and the
relationship with their
employees are two keys to
being successful.
Considering this family
had no experience in this
industry prior to pur-
chasing the original Old
Town Pizza and opening
during difficult economic
times, it appears that the
Browning family has
found the right formula
to success.
Another business rela-
tionship that has proven
beneficial has been that
with the owners of Knee
Deep Brewery. The two
businesses have come
together and created a
limited-edition beer that
will only be available at
the pizza restaurant.
“The beer is a non-fil-
tered, wheat beer, sort of
like Blue Moon, but with
a pineapple flavor to it,”
Browning said. “We call it
Alohop.”
The beer will be avail-
able at Old Town Pizza,
beginning the first of this
month, and will be served
as long as quantities last.
Old Town Pizza is a
place where you can bring
the family, pick up a pizza
to take home or meet a
bunch of friends for hap-
py hour. You will always
be greeted as if you are
family and served up a
pizza that is second to
none.
When you eat their piz-
za, you’ll be glad that “Old
Town” is in “Our Town.”
“People
call to ask
if we still
have the
arcade,”
stated
Mason
Browning,
general
manager
of Old
Town
Pizza.
“We will
never get
rid of it.”
DEBBIE BROWN •
LINCOLN VIEW
6 LINCOLN VIEW • JULY 2014
Fourth of July recipes can be modifed year-round
BY DEBBIE BROWN
LINCOLN VIEW
C
elebrating events with
friends and family means
enjoying yummy food
and drinks.
With the hot weather that
the 4th of July usually brings,
refreshing treats should be on
the menu. Easy recipes are also
a must for this day because
you want to join in the festivi-
ties, go for a swim or just be
able to sit down with a cool
drink in your hand instead of
standing at a hot stove with a
spoon in your hand.
Both of these recipes can be
modified for other special
occasions.
Since July 4th is considered
our nation’s birthday, what
better way to celebrate than
with a birthday “cake?”
However, with it being sum-
mer, a truly-refreshing dessert
is in order. This is one that will
allow even your gluten-sensi-
tive friends to partake (and for
your friends who may be lac-
tose-intolerant, you can use
lactose-free ice cream).
This dessert can be as easy
or as complex as you want it
to be. You just have to make
sure that it stays in the freezer
until just before serving (so
unfortunately, you can’t take it
to a picnic at the park).
Lazy Day Cake
THREE-STEP ICE-CREAM CAKE METHOD
1. Allow 2 liters ice cream to soften slightly.
2. Add ingredients of choice and mix well (or you can purchase ice
cream that already have mix-ins added).
3. Freeze in a spring-form pan lined with cling wrap (or waxed
paper).
Told you it was easy! This is where the fun comes in and you can
even get the kids involved.
For this dessert, we wanted it to look patriotic so we tried to keep
the red/white/blue theme. After we melted strawberry-shortcake
ice cream, we dipped mini Vanilla Wafers in white chocolate and
added patriotic sprinkles. On top of the cake, we added whipped
cream, fresh strawberries, raspberries and blueberries. For
chocolate-lovers, we even drizzled a little chocolate on top.
DEBBIE BROWN • LINCON VIEW
Lazy Day Cake is not actually a cake. Because of presentation, it looks like a cake but it’s nothing more than an ice cream
sundae on a platter. A perfect addition to a birthday celebration for anyone who doesn’t like cake or wants something a lit-
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Here are a few more ideas for other times of the year.
Oreo ice-cream cake
Add a packet of crushed Oreos to ice cream.
Topping: Pile with whole Oreos, whole strawberries,
ice magic or melted chocolate, and white-chocolate
shavings.
Bailey’s ice-cream cake
Add 3 tablespoons Baileys (or to taste) and about 2 cups
of roughly-chopped malted milk balls or Flake choco-
late bars.
Topping: Top with mini meringues, whole malted-milk
balls, strawberries and raspberries.
Y
ou can’t have a party without something to drink
and here’s one that even the kiddos can enjoy. It’s
delicious, layering drinks is fun and can be done
with many drink choices.
There are two secrets - the sugar content and plenty
of ice. The drink with the most amount of sugar needs
to be at the bottom and having ice in the container will
help to disperse the liquid so that the new layer doesn’t
disturb the layer(s) below. After you add your bottom
layer, fill the glass to the top with ice and pour the sec-
ond layer slowly and directly on top of the ice. You can
create drinks like this with alcohol as long as you’re
mindful of the sugar content of each ingredient.
Patriotic
Punch
INGREDIENTS
• 1 Cup Red CranApple
juice
• 1 Cup White Sobe Pina
Colada-flavored drink
• 1 Cup Blue G2
Gatorade (it has to be
G2 because this has less
sugar)
• Ice
DIRECTIONS
1. Fill your glass 1/3 of
the way full with
CranApple juice.
2. Fill to the top with ice.
3. Slowly pour the
remaining drinks directly
on top of a piece of ice.
NOTES
You must pour slowly
and directly over ice.
DEBBIE BROWN • LINCOLN VIEW
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However, by changing beverages, you can personalize your creation for any
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By the end of the month,
“Images of America-
LINCOLN” will be a book
available for purchase
and it will tell readers just
about anything they want
to know about the history
of our hometown.
You’ve undoubtedly
seen Arcadia Publishing’s
books titled “Images of
America” although the
name might not ring a
bell. The vintage photos of
each town are used as the
cover for their book and
this brings a single com-
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makes these
books easily
recognizable.
Placer
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such as Loomis, Rocklin,
and Penryn have had their
history published and now
Lincoln will proudly join
that group.
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to the collection.
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In fall 2013, Lincoln Area
Archives Museum volunteers
began the daunting, yet worth-
while, process of putting
together “Images of America-
LINCOLN.”
This is actually a project that
was conceived a number of
years ago but it wasn’t until vol-
unteer Gail Hayes came on
board and used her technology
skills to get the ball rolling.
“It was clear this couldn’t be a
one-man job,” said Linda
Aitken, Lincoln Area Archives
Museum volunteer. “This
became a relay event and every-
one had their hands in the proj-
ect. People had to be involved
who had Lincoln history.”
It was the consensus of all
involved that the book could not
have happened without different
peoples’ skills to put it together,
different patience levels and dif-
ferent work schedules.
The seven-chapter book held
surprises even for lifelong resi-
dent Elizabeth Jansen, a muse-
um volunteer.
“It was surprising to see how
many celebrations they had
back then,” Jansen said. “They
celebrated everything. People
got together, played together,
celebrated together. The whole
town closed down for the
celebration.”
Because of the publisher’s
requirement that each book
contain no more than 128
pages, the book will take read-
ers on a journey of Lincoln,
from its founding through
approximately 1925.
In case you ever wondered
how Lincoln received its name,
an excerpt from the book
explains, “Charles Lincoln
Wilson was president of the
California Central Railroad,
which was building the rail-
road through Lincoln. The
town was dubbed ‘Lincoln’ in
November 1859.”
Coinciding with the release
of the book is “Heritage Trail,”
the free countywide museum
tour that takes place every
year.
From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on
Aug. 2 and Aug. 3, all the Placer
County museums, from Lin-
coln to North Lake Tahoe, will
offer free admission. If you pre-
fer to enjoy the beautiful
scenery and let someone else
do the driving, you can take the
Saturday or Sunday bus tour
that will visit select museums
for $10.
HISTORY:
continued from page 9
DEBBIE BROWN • LINCOLN VIEW
Pictured are some of the Gladding, McBean memorabilia that is featured at the Lincoln Area Archives Museum. The history of the clay factory is included in the
book, as well as many other aspects of our town’s ancestry.
JULY 2014 • LINCOLN VIEW 11
For the first time, Lin-
coln Area Archive Museum
will be on the Sunday tour.
To see which museums
will be on the bus tour or
for additional information
about Heritage Trail, visit
theheritagetrail.blogspot.
com.
In addition to coincid-
ing with Heritage Trail,
the book will be available
at the newly-expanded
Lincoln Area Archive
Museum gift shop.
To thank the museum
staff for all their hard work
in the creation of the
book, be sure to purchase
the book directly from the
museum.
Although other stores
will have it for sale, the
museum will only profit
by purchases that are
made directly at the
museum.
Whether you have
ancestors who helped
found this town or you’re
a transplant who now
considers Lincoln their
hometown (like myself ),
“Images of America-LIN-
COLN” is sure to educate,
charm and inspire you.
You’ll be reminded that
Lincoln is truly a special
place to live and that
“there’s no place like
home.”
The museum is at
640 5th St. in downtown
Lincoln. Call 645-3800 for
more information.
DEBBIE BROWN • LINCOLN VIEW
Take home a piece of Lincoln’s history by purchasing the seven chapter,
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your copy from the Lincoln Area Archives Museum so that the nonprofit
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THURSDAY, JULY 3
FARMER’S MARKET – 5-8 p.m. downtown Plaza
5th & F streets. Live music with Yesterdays News
playing oldies and blues. Info: 645-2035.
KARAOKE NIGHT – Starts at 9 p.m. at Dillian’s Bar
& Grill, 605 Lincoln Blvd. Info: 434-8171.
BLOCK OF THE MONTH CLASS – El’s Kitchen –
From 11 a.m. -3 p.m. at Sew Katie Jeans, 603 5th St.
This months block is Sugar Cone. Kits available $5.
Info: 209-3930.
FRIDAY, JULY 4
4TH OF JULY - American Legion Pancake Breakfast
at Veterans Memorial Hall, 541 5th St.
JULY 4TH PARADE – Downtown Lincoln 9 a.m.
Info: 645-2035.
DEEJAY BAD BOY –Karaoke starts at 9 p.m. at
Dillian’s Bar & Grill, 605 Lincoln Blvd. Info: 434-8171.
SATURDAY, JULY 5
KARAOKE NIGHT – Starts at 9 p.m. at Dillian’s Bar
& Grill, 605 Lincoln Blvd. Info: 434-8171.
ART LEAGUE OF LINCOLN RECEPTION – 5-6 p.m.
for members and 6-7:30 p.m. for public at the Art
League Gallery, 580 6th St. There are new events
and exhibits every month. Info: call 209-3499 or
email infor@all4art.net.
MONDAY, JULY 7
SUMMER SEWING – Let’s Make an Apron from
10:30 a.m. – 2 p.m. at Sew Katie Jean. 603 5th St.
Cost is $25. Info: 409-3930.
TUESDAY, JULY 8
CHAMBER NEWMEMBER ORIENTATION – 600
6th St. City Hall 1st floor meeting room. Info: 645-
2035.
ART LEAGUE OF LINCOLN – Meeting starts at 3
p.m. First floor meeting room City Hall, 600 6th St.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 9
MEET THE BREWER “Knee Deep Brewing
Company” at Old Town Pizza - 6pm
THURSDAY, JULY 10
FARMER’S MARKET – 5-8 p.m. downtown Plaza
5th & F streets. Live music with Lincoln Highway
Band playing country and rockabilly. Info: 645-
2035.
KARAOKE NIGHT – Starts at 9 p.m. at Dillian’s
Bar & Grill, 605 Lincoln Blvd. Info: 434-8171.
BLOCK OF THE MONTH CLASS – El’s Kitchen –
From 11 a.m. -3 p.m. at Sew Katie Jeans, 603 5th St.
This months block is Sugar Cone. Kits available $5.
Info: 409-3930.
FRIDAY, JULY 11
DEEJAY BAD BOY –Karaoke starts at 9 p.m. at
Dillian’s Bar & Grill, 605 Lincoln Blvd. Info: 434-
8171.
LINCOLN BUSINESS NETWORK – Meets 7:15
a.m. every 1st, 2nd & 3rd Friday of the month at
Awful Annies in Lincoln. Business Helping Business.
Info: 726-1984.
SUMMER SEWING – Free Motion Quilting from
11 a.m. – 2 p.m. at Sew Katie Jean, 603 5th St.
Learn how to free motion quilt your own projects
on your own sewing machine. Cost is $30. Info:
409-3930.
SATURDAY, JULY 12
KARAOKE NIGHT – Starts at 9 p.m. at Dillian’s
Bar & Grill, 605 Lincoln Blvd. Info: 434-8171.
CHRISTMAS IN JULY – At Snap It Up Thrift store
on McBean Park Drive. With Humdinger BBQ, $4
hot dog meals for kids $5 for pulled pork or $7 for
tri tip sandwiches. Umpqua bank will be passing
ice cream for the kids.
MONDAY, JULY 14
ART LEAGUE OF LINCOLN OPEN MEMBERSHIP
MEETINGS – Second Monday of each month 3
p.m. in the 1st floor City Hall meeting room. Info:
209-3499 or email info@all4art.net.
TUESDAY, JULY 15
CHAMBER GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS – meeting
Holiday Inn Express, 155 Ferrari Ranch Rd. Info:
645-2035.
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W
hen you’re a kid,
there’s nothing
better than a sum-
mer void of school and
filled with lots of swim-
ming (or any sort of water
activity that becomes
available).
However, when you’re
a parent, you’re always
trying to figure out ways
you can keep your kids
learning, without too
much complaining on
their part.
Not everyone has a
swimming pool, and with
the drought we’re going
through, getting creative
with keeping the kids wet
and cool in this heat can
be a challenge.
Here’s a fun game that
uses water balloons. You
can tailor this game to suit
any age of a child by using
subtraction, multiplica-
tion, division and even
fractions.
Water-balloon
learning
You will needwater bal-
loons, a sharpie/marking
pen, some number tar-
gets, page protectors and
hula hoops/rope. You will
also want a laundry-type
basket to carry the filled
balloons.
Start by making the tar-
gets. Choose four num-
bers (or as many targets
as you want to create) and
all the equations that will
equal one of these num-
bers. After you’ve written
them on paper or printed
them on the computer,
slide them into page pro-
tectors (they will get wet
from the balloons).
Fill your balloons. Care-
fully write equations that
equal the numbers on the
targets such as 3+4 or 15-5.
For younger children,
you could simply write
numbers on the balloons
and have them match the
numbers with the targets.
Place the hula
hoop/circle of rope on the
ground with the target in
the middle and let the fun
begin!
Have the kids choose a
balloon with an equation
and have them throw it at
the target that contains
the answer.
To make it even more
fun, have a container of
water balloons that the
kids can throw at each
other when they get an
answer correct.
Swimmer’s Scrabble
You will need...
• Sponges
• Marking pen
Here’s a game that will
bring some literacy to the
summer fun.
Swimmer’s Scrabble is
easy and inexpensive.
Purchase as many
sponges as you would like
to use as your “scrabble
tiles” and write a letter on
each one. Toss them into
the pool and have the kids
form as many words as
they can from the “tiles.”
For younger kids, you
can also have them put
the tiles in alphabetical
order.
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Addition,
subtrac-
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division
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can be a
part of
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Spongy stars
Spongy stars are a great
alternative to water bal-
loons for a couple of dif-
ferent reasons.
One, they last all sum-
mer (if taken care of) and
there aren’t those pieces of
broken balloon laying
around where toddlers and
pets can get to them.
Every summer, we make
a large batch of sponge
balls for the kids to enjoy
instead of water balloons.
It takes less than two min-
utes to make one of these
stars but the kids will have
fun all summer long.
It’s a great way to cool
off the summer and get-
ting hit with a wet sponge
is pretty safe (please
remind the kids to not
throw them at anyone’s
face). They can be used
every day if desired and
it’s a great way to cool off
in the summer.
You will need ...
• Three sponges
• Scissors
• Ponytail holders
Cut each sponge into
three lengthwise strips.
When you’re finished cut-
ting, you should have
nine pieces of sponge. Tie
them together in the
middle with the ponytail
holder and pull the
pieces of sponge to “fluff”
up the star. Soak them in
water and let the kids
“fight” all they want.
Channel your inner
child and get out with the
kids and enjoy some of
these activities. You’ll get
some great exercise and
give your kids some fun
memories.
Spongy
Stars don’t
leave rem-
nants like
water bal-
loons do.
The kids
can have
fun with
these
soaked in
water or
even take
them into
the pool
with them.
Swimmer’s
Scrabble is
a fun way
to improve
your kids’
swimming
skills,
while
sneaking
in a little
learning
during the
summer.
By tailor-
ing it to
various
age
groups, it
can be fun
for your
preschool-
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preteens.
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mer is starting.
I mentioned last month
that we’ve had a couple of
businesses leave Lincoln
but we are seeing others
start up.
The Double Barrel
Smokehouse opened up
this last month and every-
one I’ve talked to tells me
their food is fabulous.
Great to hear they are so
busy.
The chamber’s execu-
tive director Cindy Eveler
and I met with Lincoln
Mayor Hydrick, Council-
man Paul Joiner and City
Manager Jim Estep for our
monthly chamber/city
meeting and it was quite
upbeat.
Developers are getting
busy, new companies are
inquiring about Lincoln
and economic develop-
ment efforts, and more
importantly, the ability to
respond to inquiries has
greatly improved. The
city has made some
important hires and we
like the direction our city
is headed.
We had a wonderful
Chamber NetMix at Park-
way Dental Group and
Orthodontics on Wednes-
day, June 11 and Dr. Mark
Brown and his team went
over the top serving rib-
eye steaks and Caesar sal-
ad catered by Simple
Pleasures along with cup-
cakes from Nothing
Bundt Cakes. Thanks to
Parkway Dental for host-
ing the event.
Speaking of events, the
Farmers’ Market kicked off
Thursday, June 12 and
runs every Thursday
through Aug. 28 from 5
to 8 p.m. in downtown
Lincoln.
The Fourth of July has a
plethora of activities with
a pancake breakfast, the
annual parade hosted by
the chamber, fireworks, a
kids’ zone and lots of other
activities at McBean Park.
For more information,
visit http://lincolnca4thof
july.com/
July 4th
schedule of events
7 to 10 a.m. - Pancake
breakfast- Come on down
to the Veterans Hall and
support the Native Sons
and Daughters of the Gold-
en West.
9 a.m. - PARADE! Hosted
by the Chamber of Com-
merce- Starting at 5th and
A. Heading west on 5th to
F, then North to 6th, then
East to E.
Noon to 5 p.m. - McBean
Pool is open. Free admis-
sion for everyone.
3 p.m. - Live music and
games begin at McBean
Park.
4 to 8 p.m. - KidZone
open. Free. Staffed by
Heritage Church at
McBean Park.
4 to 9 p.m. - Vendors and
food stands open. Glow
sticks, hot dogs, pizza,
pulled pork, ice cream
and more. Come join your
neighbors at McBean
Park.
All this is followed by an
incredible fireworks dis-
play. Yes, what you’ve
heard is true. Come see
the best display in the
region. While the aerial
display will be enjoyed
throughout the town,
those in the park will be
treated to elements not
seen or heard in the
neighborhoods.
The chamber’s annual
Golf Tournament will be
held Friday morning, July
25 at Lincoln Hills Golf
Course. Always a fun
event, we will have lunch
after the scramble format
tournament in the “air
conditioned” Orchard
Creek Lodge!
Participation forms are
available for both the
Farmers’ Market and the
golf tournament at the
chamber office or online
at lincolnchamber.com.
Chamber events and
meetings are opportuni-
ties for you to meet Lin-
coln- area businesses who
are here to provide the
best products and servic-
es to the residents they
serve. We are here to be a
resource to our residents
and to advocate for busi-
ness. If we join together,
we can help our area grow
and contribute to assist-
ing all in the greater Lin-
coln community prosper
and thrive. So please, get
engaged and be involved!
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Lincoln Area Chamber of
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THURSDAY, JULY 3
Downtown Lincoln
Farmers’ Market – Runs
from 5 to 8 p.m. at 5th and
F streets and Beermann
Plaza. Includes live music
and vendors. Info: 645-2035.
Karaoke night – Runs from
7 to 11 p.m. at Sterling
Café, 731 Sterling Parkway,
in the Raley’s Shopping
Center. Family fun night by
Baughman Productions
open to everyone.
Karaoke night – Starts at
9 p.m. at Dillian’s Bar &
Grill, 605 Lincoln Blvd.
Info: 434-8171.
FRIDAY, JULY 4
All-day 4th of July events –
Includes pancake breakfast
from 7 to 10 a.m. at the
Veterans Hall on 5th St.
Sponsored by the Native
Sons and Daughters of the
Golden West. 9 a.m. parade
is hosted by the Lincoln
Area Chamber of
Commerce. It starts at 5th
and A streets, heads west on
5th to F, then north to 6th
and then east to E Street.
Noon to 5 p.m. is free
swimming at the McBean
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begin at McBean Park at 3
p.m. KidZone is free from 4
to 8 p.m. at McBean Park.
Vendors and food stands are
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display is at 9 p.m.
Coleen Frances – Sings
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at Wise Villa Winery,
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Friday night karaoke – Runs
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835 Twelve Bridges Blvd.
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of about 10,000 each July. July 4th events include pancake breakfast from 7 to 10 a.m. at the
Veterans Hall on 5th St. Sponsored by the Native Sons and Daughters of the Golden West. 9 a.m.
parade is hosted by the Lincoln Area Chamber of Commerce. It starts at 5th and A streets, heads west
on 5th to F, then north to 6th and then east to E Street. Noon to 5 p.m. is free
swimming at the McBean Pool. Live music and games begin at McBean Park at 3 p.m. KidZone is
free from 4 to 8 p.m. at McBean Park. Vendors and food stands are open from 4 to 9 p.m. at McBean
Park. The fireworks display is at 9 p.m.
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Placer Artist League
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of Lincoln. Call 209-3499
for details.
Karaoke night – Runs from
7 to 11 p.m. at Sterling
Café, 731 Sterling Parkway,
in the Raley’s Shopping
Center. Family fun night by
Baughman Productions
open to everyone.
Karaoke night – Starts at
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Grill, 605 Lincoln Blvd.
Info: 434-8171.
SUNDAY, JULY 6
Used book sale – See Satur-
day July 5 listing for details.
THURSDAY, JULY 10
Downtown Lincoln
Farmers’ Market – Runs
from 5 to 8 p.m. at 5th and
F streets and Beermann
Plaza. Includes live
music and vendors.
Info: 645-2035.
Karaoke night – Runs from
7 to 11 p.m. at Sterling
Café, 731 Sterling Parkway,
in the Raley’s Shopping
Center. Family fun night by
Baughman Productions
open to everyone.
Karaoke night – Starts at
9 p.m. at Dillian’s Bar &
Grill, 605 Lincoln Blvd.
Info: 434-8171.
THURSDAY, JULY 17
Downtown Lincoln Farm-
ers’ Market – Runs from 5
to 8 p.m. at 5th and
F streets and Beermann
Plaza. Includes live
music and vendors.
Info: 645-2035.
Karaoke night – Runs from
7 to 11 p.m. at Sterling
Café, 731 Sterling Parkway,
in the Raley’s Shopping
Center. Family fun night
by Baughman Productions
open to everyone.
Karaoke night – Starts at
9 p.m. at Dillian’s Bar &
Grill, 605 Lincoln Blvd.
Info: 434-8171.
FRIDAY, JULY 18
Summer Fridays at the
Library – Special summer
hours of operation are from
1 to 5 p.m. at the Twelve
Bridges Library. Made
possible by Friends of the
Lincoln Library.
Larry the Cable Guy -
Concert starts at 8 p.m.
at Thunder Valley Casino’s
outdoor amphitheater, 1200
Athens Ave. in Lincoln. Food
and beverages are available.
For tickets or information,
visit thundervalleyresort
.com/Entertainment/Head
liners or call 408-7777.
Friday night karaoke –
Runs from 9:30 p.m. to
1 a.m. at Orchid Thai
Cuisine, 835 Twelve Bridges
Blvd. Features karaoke and
dancing provided by
Baughman Productions.
Info: 543-9988.
Jazz & Wine Under the
Stars – Runs from 6 to 10
p.m. at the Rocklin Golf
Club, 4201 Midas Ave.
Rocklin. Event includes wine
tasting, hors d’oeuvres, a
silent auction, live jazz band
and dancing. Cost is $30 for
single ticket. A portion of
the proceeds will benefit
Stand Up Placer, Info: Zeny
Winn at 792-3665.
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‘Git-r-done’
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p.m. July 18 at Thunder Valley Casino’s
outdoor amphitheater, 1200 Athens
Ave. in Lincoln. Food and
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memorable moments and
stage interactions through-
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Springsteen concert. Songs
include “Born to Run,”
“Glory Days” and “Born in
the USA.” Doors open at
6:45 p.m. and concert is at
7:30 p.m. For tickets and
information, visit suncity-
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Orchard Creek Lodge,
965 Orchard Creek Lane.
SATURDAY, JULY 19
Replay America Tour:
The Go-Go’s and More -
Concert starts at 6 p.m.
at Thunder Valley Casino’s
outdoor amphitheater, 1200
Athens Ave. in Lincoln. For
tickets or information, visit
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Entertainment/Headliners or
call 408-7777.
Karaoke night – Runs from
7 to 11 p.m. at Sterling
Café, 731 Sterling Parkway,
in the Raley’s Shopping
Center. Family fun night by
Baughman Productions.
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interactions through-
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history. Doors open at
6:45 p.m. July 18 and
concert is at 7:30 p.m.
For tickets, visit suncity
-lincolnhills.org or go
to the Orchard Creek
Lodge, 965 Orchard
Creek Lane.
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SATURDAY, JULY 19
Annual Sun City Lincoln Hills
Republican Club Barbecue Picnic
– Runs from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. at
the Sports Pavilion. Food served
included grilled tri-tip, bratwurst,
chicken burgers all the trimmings,
salads, desserts and soft drinks or
water. Brief talks presented by
candidates for various local, state
and national offices. Congressman
Tom McClintock will be there.
Admission is $10 per person.
Mail a check made out to SCLH
Republican Club to Robert
Argendeli, 1202 Hawthorne Lane,
Lincoln, CA 95648.
Karaoke night – Starts at 9 p.m.
at Dillian’s Bar & Grill, 605 Lincoln
Blvd. Info: 434-8171.
THURSDAY, JULY 24
Downtown Lincoln Farmers’
Market – Runs from 5 to 8 p.m.
at 5th and F streets and Beermann
Plaza. Includes live music and
vendors. Info: 645-2035.
Karaoke night – Runs from 7 to
11 p.m. at Sterling Café, 731
Sterling Parkway, in the Raley’s
Shopping Center. Family fun night
by Baughman Productions open
to everyone.
Karaoke night – Starts at 9 p.m.
at Dillian’s Bar & Grill, 605 Lincoln
Blvd. Info: 434-8171.
FRIDAY, JULY 25
That Metal Show Presents -
Concert starts at 6:30 p.m. at
Thunder Valley Casino’s outdoor
amphitheater, 1200 Athens Ave. in
Lincoln. Food and beverages
available. For tickets, visit thunder
valleyresort.com/Entertainment/
Headliners or call 408-7777.
continued from page 19
PHOTOS BY ALLIE SCHWARTZ • LINCOLN VIEW
Fresh from the farm
Downtown Lincoln Farmers’ Market runs Thursdays
from 5 to 8 p.m. at 5th and F streets and Beermann Plaza.
The market runs thorugh Aug. 28. Includes live music and
vendors. Info: 645-2035.
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FRIDAY, JULY 25
Summer Fridays at the
Library – Special summer
hours of operation are from
1 to 5 p.m. at the Twelve
Bridges Library. Made
possible by Friends of the
Lincoln Library.
Deejay Bad Boy – Karaoke
starts at 9 p.m. at Dillian’s
Bar & Grill, 605 Lincoln
Blvd. Info: 434-8171.
Friday night karaoke –
Runs from 9:30 p.m. to
1 a.m. at Orchid Thai
Cuisine, 835 Twelve Bridges
Blvd. Features karaoke
and dancing provided by
Baughman Productions.
Info: 543-9988.
SATURDAY, JULY 26
Annual Knights of Colum-
bus Hawaiian Luau – Runs
from 5 to 9 p.m. at McBean
Park Pavilion, 65 McBean
Park Drive. Event includes
buffet, dancing, children’s
crafts, photos, no-host bar,
silent auction and hula
dancers. $25 per person,
$55 for two adults and
one child, and $60 for two
adults with more children.
Info: Gene Scallon at
408-2206.
George Benson & Chris
Botti - Concert starts at
7 p.m. at Thunder Valley
Casino’s outdoor amphi-
theater, 1200 Athens Ave. in
Lincoln. Food and beverages
available. For tickets or
information, visit thunder
valleyresort.com/Entertain
ment/Headliners or call
408-7777.
Karaoke night – Runs from
7 to 11 p.m. at Sterling
Café, 731 Sterling Parkway,
in the Raley’s Shopping
Center. Family fun night by
Baughman Productions
open to everyone.
Karaoke night – Starts at
9 p.m. at Dillian’s Bar &
Grill, 605 Lincoln Blvd.
Info: 434-8171.
A night
with stars
George Benson and
Chris Botti concert
starts at 7 p.m. at Thun-
der Valley Casino’s
outdoor amphitheater,
1200 Athens Ave. in
Lincoln. Food and
beverages available.
For tickets or infor-
mation, visit thunder
valleyresort.com/Enter
tainment/Headliners
or call 408-7777.
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TUESDAY, JULY 29
Harmony: A Tribute to
Three Dog Night - Harmony
will perform Three Dog
Night’s greatest hits from
the late ’60s to the ’70s,
including “Joy to the
World,” “Mama Told Me
Not to Come” and “Old
Fashioned Love Song” at
the Sun City Lincoln Hills
Amphitheater. Doors open
at 6:45 p.m. and concert
is at 7:30 p.m. General
admission is $18. For more
information and to purchase
tickets, visit suncity-lincoln
hills.org or Orchard Creek
Lodge, 965 Orchard Creek
Lane.
THURSDAY, JULY 31
Downtown Lincoln
Farmers’ Market – Runs
from 5 to 8 p.m. at 5th
and F streets and Beermann
Plaza. Includes live music
and vendors. Info: 645-
2035.
Karaoke night – Runs from
7 to 11 p.m. at Sterling
Café, 731 Sterling Parkway,
in the Raley’s Shopping
Center. Family fun night
by Baughman Productions
open to everyone.
Karaoke night – Starts at
9 p.m. at Dillian’s Bar &
Grill, 605 Lincoln Blvd.
Info: 434-8171.
Hits of ’60s, ’70s
Harmony: A Tribute
to Three Dog Night -
Harmony will perform
Three Dog Night’s great-
est hits from the late
’60s to the ’70s, at the
Sun City Lincoln Hills
Amphitheater. Doors
open at 6:45 p.m. and
concert is at 7:30 p.m.
July 29 General admis-
sion is $18. For more
information and to pur-
chase tickets, visit sun
city-lincolnhills.org or
Orchard Creek Lodge,
965 Orchard Creek Lane.
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