Free Summer Children’s Entertainment

Free Summer Family Entertainment at The Lincoln Center


The Lincoln Center Support League with the support of the City of Fort Collins Fort Fund is pleased to be sponsoring the FREE Children’s Summer Series Thursdays at 10:00 a.m. during the months of June and July outdoors on The Lincoln Center lawn.

Great for children of all ages, this series features hour-long presentations of theatre, music, comedy, culture and fun. Head to The Lincoln Center lawn on June 15, 22 and 29 and July 6 and 13 to enjoy these five whimsical performances that will entertain both young and old alike. Blankets and sunscreen are encouraged. Space is limited and to seat as many people as possible, we ask that you only reserve enough blanket space to accommodate your party. Chairs will not be permitted on the lawn but are allowed as space is available in specified areas.

  • 6/15    Planina – Songs of Eastern Europe – This diverse group of singers and instrumentalists specializes in traditional and contemporary folk music from Eastern Europe. They present songs and share traditions from countries like Croatia, Greece, Poland, Romania and Ukraine.
  • 6/22    Peter Donello | The Magic Man – With jaw-dropping, mind-baffling illusions, The Magic Man will not only mesmerize and stun audiences, but his side-splitting antics promise loads of delight.
  • 6/29     Hunk-Ta-Bunk-Ta Band – Packed with participation, the Hunk-Ta-Bunk-Ta Band engages audiences with movement, story songs, sing-alongs, percussion, zany props and more for a uniquely entertaining and educational experience.
  • 7/6       Audacious Theatre: Father Featherbottom’s Forgotten Fairytales – Father Featherbottom, Mother Goose’s tale-spinning gosling child, shares his own fairytales filled with whimsical puppets, play-along action and messages of self-reliance, emotional intelligence and the power of honesty.
  • 7/13     Quetzalcoatl Aztec Dance Fusion – This dance group presents Mexico’s history, culture and tradition in a series of ritual dances that honor the feathered serpent deity Quetzalcoatl, known as the god of earth, wind, learning and knowledge.

For more information visit or call (970) 221-6730 12p.m–6 p.m. Tue–Sat.