Things to do for couples or singles on Valentine’s Day — Events in Lincoln, Nebraska

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Things to do for couples or singles on Valentine’s Day — Events in Lincoln and Omaha, Nebraska

Things to do for couples or singles on Valentine’s Day — Events in Lincoln, Nebraska

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For lovers

Couples Yoga with Amy and Troy Gagner at Lotus House of Yoga

6-7:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 13

1701 Pine Lake Road, Lincoln, NE 68512

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Couples will synchronize their breathing, create a bond, and experience an intimate, romantic time by candlelight. Champagne and chocolate after class. Please register.

For loners

Bottoms Up Yoga at Zipline Brewing Co. Taproom

Noon Sunday, Feb. 14

2100 Magnum Circle #1, Lincoln, NE 68522

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Bring a yoga mat, water, a sweatshirt and your most comfortable stretchy pants. Enjoy a complimentary pint afterward. $15. Please register.

For lovers

Make Your Own Valentine at the Public Market in the Railyard

10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 13

350 Canopy St., Lincoln, NE 68508

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If you have someone special in mind who deserves a handmade valentine, join the Nebraska Innovation Studio to create a laser-cut valentine.

For loners

The Great Backyard Bird Count at Spring Creek Audubon Center

10-11:30 a.m. Friday, Feb. 12-Sunday, Feb. 14

11700 SW 100th St., Denton, NE 68339

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Might as well make yourself useful by becoming a citizen scientist and counting birds. Watch out for the strange mating rituals of lovebirds on Sunday, though.

For lovers

Be-Mine Movie Madness at The Railyard

5-9 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 14

350 Canopy St., Lincoln, NE 68508

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Bring your valentine to the Railyard to watch two rom-coms from the 1990s — “You’ve Got Mail” followed by “Sleepless in Seattle.”

For loners

The Turnpike Troubadours at The Bourbon Theatre

7 p.m. doors, 8 p.m. show Saturday, Feb. 13

1415 O St., Lincoln, NE 68508

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“Times are tough for just about everyone these days, especially for those who live in what is often referred to as the ‘flyover states,’ in the heart of the country.” Drown your sorrows with some Red Dirt-style country music down at the honky tonk.

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