Bike UNL is offering a free bike valet service during Jazz in June concerts. Individuals attending the concert series can leave bikes at the Bike UNL station by 13th and R streets. Contact information collected at drop off and photo identification will be required to retrieve bikes left at the valet station.
The bike valet service is available from 5 p.m. to one hour after each concert. Failure to collect a bike by one hour after the conclusion of the performer’s final song will result in a $35 handling and storage fee.
In addition to offering a stellar Jazz in June performance lineup, we are excited to launch our new Education Programs and opportunities! We invite you to extend this invitation to your students, colleagues, or any organizations that could benefit from these special opportunities.
Jazz in June Garden Tours 2019
Meet at the east entrance of the Sheldon Museum of Art at 6:00 p.m.
The Best Trees for Bees and Jazz in June Attendees: A Tour of Some of the More Spectacular Trees of UNL City Campus
Justin Evertson, Assistant Director with the Nebraska Statewide Arboretum, will lead us around campus looking at some of his favorite trees.
Tour of Historic UNL
Rained out. Moved to the 25th.
Backyard Farmer Campus Tour
Backyard Farmer panelists, led by Professor Kim Todd, will tour the campus landscape while discussing your landscape/garden questions and samples.
Tour of Historic UNL
Kim Hachiya, author of “Dear Old Nebraska U: Celebrating 150 years”, will guide us through campus discussing the people whose work made a lasting impact.
Could there be anything better than relaxing yoga in the summer sunshine?! We invite you to join us for yoga preceding each Jazz in June celebration from 5:30–6:30pm. UNL Campus Recreation Group Fitness instructors will lead you through a Basic Yoga class, perfect for anyone at any level. Classes will be held in the green space north of the Woods Art Building, and east of Richards Hall. Please bring your own mat or towel and be ready to channel your inner yogi!