The mission of the Lincoln Center Support League is to work in partnership with the the Lincoln Center to excite, enlighten, and educate young people through the performing arts in addition to promoting cultural opportunities to the community.
In 1980, two years after the Lincoln Center opened, a small group banded together to raise funds to enhance the quality of the Lincoln Center, both in building improvements and in providing enriched cultural experiences for the community. They called themselves the Lincoln Center Support League and 35 years later, the Support League continues that mission. Over the years the focus has varied from capitol improvements to community engagement but funding cultural experiences for the greater Fort Collins and Northern Front Range community has always been at the heart of our mission.
"The kids loved it...and since the presentation I've seen a lot more buy-in to my lessons."
"This was really important in building a trusting class environment where kids are willing to try."
"The students and staff were amazed and greatly enjoyed the performance...We were so grateful and this was a performance that will not be easily forgotten. Thank you for inspiring our staff and students. We will be offering a jazz and blues focused intensive class this winter - all because of the performance!"
"Since the assembly, students have continued to write and collaborate on stories."