Apr 08 by Lied Lodge Blog in Food & Drink, General, Nature, Tree House, Wine tagged Arbor Day Farm, concert, Lincoln's Symphony Orchestra, music, Nature's Symphony, Nebraska City, wine, woods with no comments
4/30/13 Please note: Due to the cold, wet forecast for Saturday, May 4, the Nature’s Symphony event at Arbor Day Farm Tree Adventure has been cancelled for a later date.
Refunds will be offered to individuals who have already purchased tickets.
If you’ve purchased Nature’s Symphony tickets online, please call (402) 476-2211 for assistance in obtaining a refund.
If you’ve purchased the Nature’s Symphony Package at Lied Lodge, please call 800-546-5433 and we’ll discuss your refund options.
We apologize for this inconvenience and hope to reschedule this one-of-a-kind outdoor music event for a later (warmer, drier) date.
Thank you for your understanding.
You’ve never experienced the Tree Adventure — or the symphony — quite like this!
Arbor Day Farm Tree Adventure in Nebraska City and Lincoln’s Symphony Orchestra are teaming up for a one-of-a-kind outdoor music event, called Nature’s Symphony, on Saturday, May 4, from 3:00-5:00pm.
Guests of this event will stroll through the forested trails at the Tree Adventure, finding different musicians from Lincoln’s Symphony Orchestra, making music in the woods. World-renown violinist Anton Miller will play atop the 50-foot-high treehouse and Maestro Ed Polochick will play piano in the log-beamed Discovery Ride Depot, making for a musical, memorable encounter in the great outdoors.
It all started on a cold winter day in December with a little movie called “Swiss Family Robinson.” This 1960 Disney Classic would spawn my ingenious idea that would later unfold at Arbor Day Farm in Nebraska City, NE. As I sat on the couch with my girlfriend Melanie that day, I was informed multiple times how amazing the tree house in the movie was. Being an interior designer, Melanie deeply admired the craftsmanship of that tree house, noting the clever design by the Robinson family. She pointed out the awesomeness of it every chance she could. By the end of the movie, I had no doubt that she genuinely wished she could live in a tree house. As the credits rolled, I had my “Ah-hah!” moment. That was it. The engagement idea I had been searching for.
I knew then and there that I had to propose in a tree house.
For many children, a backyard tree house is a place where imaginations run wild, where top secrets are shared, and where summer days seemingly last forever.
For Stross Newcom — who was born without the capacity to walk — a custom-built tree house remains the centerpiece of memories that last a lifetime.