Convention & Visitors Bureau
2440 Pearl Street, Boulder, CO 80302 | 303.442.2911
We will fill eTown Hall with laughter and smiles – children of all ages will love this show! Maji Safi Group, a Boulder-based nonprofit, wants to celebrate the holiday season with the community again this year. Let us entertain you and provide you with the opportunity to help improve the lives of Tanzanians through supporting interactive health education. This year’s show will feature Magician Ann Lincoln and performances by young talents from along the Front Range. Additionally, there will be a holiday marketplace at the event with authentic African art and fabrics as well as donated goods from your favorite Boulder businesses. Be part of the fun and help make somebody’s tomorrow healthier!
Ann Lincoln began honing her craft in 1982 when she first taught herself to juggle with lemons and limes. She auditioned for Scarborough Faire (a Texas Renaissance festival) and received a standing ovation and "Best Character" Award for her performance as King Henry's court jester. She had found her calling and has now been a full-time professional entertainer for over 25 years; often performing as many as five shows a day!
Ann has performed all over the country and regularly travels across her home state of Colorado, performing her original shows several times a day. Her history of local Denver-area performances includes the People's Fair, A Taste of Colorado, Aurora Kid's Spree, Heritage Square, and three season's at Elitch Gardens Amusement Park. In addition she has done literally thousands of shows at libraries, schools, daycares, company and private parties.
An Ann Lincoln show contains contemporary standup comedy, expert juggling & circus skills, magic involving birds, bunnies & audience members and can include Ann juggling two bowling balls while eating an apple!
Ann's unique act engages all of the senses. The audience smells the fire being eaten, feels the weight of bowling balls being juggled, and hears the coo of her magical dove. They also talk about the show they've just seen for weeks to come.His greatest honor as a writer came recently when the Michigan Historical Museum recognized his work in "Put It On Paper", an exhibit examining the creative process alongside legendary creative minds such as Ernest Hemingway and Laura Ingalls-Wilder.
He lives in Traverse City, Michigan with his lovely and brilliant wife, daughter and new son.