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Lincoln Highway Experience plans night of friendly competition

Shirley McMarlin
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A ‘Thinkin’ Lincoln Summer Classic” night of fun is planned for Aug. 23 at the Lincoln Highway Experience in Unity. Here, previous visitors enjoy pie and coffee in the museum’s restored Serro’s Diner.

A night of friendly competition is planned for Aug. 23 at the Lincoln Highway Experience in Unity.

Starting at 6 p.m., the “Thinkin’ Lincoln Summer Classic” will feature fun individual and team competitions both outside and in the museum’s new addition.

Individual games will include basketball, fold a pie box and the Monopoly-inspired Lincoln Highway road trip board game. The regular Monopoly properties are replaced with landmarks from the Lincoln Highway Heritage Corridor, says office manager Yvonne Stack.

Two-person teams also can compete in croquet, cornhole, Jenga and something called Route 66, the watered-down highway — which probably will involve squirt guns, Stack says. The regulation-size cornhole boards were custom-made and also decorated in a Lincoln Highway theme.

The evening also will feature dinner provided by vendors from the Lincoln Highway SupperMarket, held Wednesday evenings during the summer (weather permitting) on the museum grounds.

A ticket is $55 for a two-person team or $27.50 for an individual. Reservations are needed by Aug. 20.

Details: 724-879-4241 or lhhc.org

Shirley McMarlin is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Shirley at 724-836-5750, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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