“Back 2 Back” Bacharach,” Sunday, March 29, 2015 at 4:00 PM, 1st Central Congregational Church.
For a second year in a row, Omaha’s Lauritzen Gardens has turned artistry and imagination into the public’s favorite Miracle at Midtown holiday window display. The Garden’s “Building Holiday Traditions:
Holland Lecture Wednesday March 4th, 2015 Holland Performing Arts Center Free Lecture Topic: Prison Reform: Real or Imagined Speaker: Angela Davis
IRS and Medicare Scams BBB serving Nebraska, South Dakota, The Kansas Plains and Southwest Iowa is warning consumers to be on the alert for phone scams involving con artists pretending
Duggers Café opened at 4950 Dodge Street. Duggers Café’ is open from 6 – 3 Monday – Friday and 6:30 – 3 Saturday and Sunday. Serving breakfast all day and lunch.
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UNMC study: Distracted driving killing more pedestrians, bicyclists From texting and talking on cell phones to eating while driving, researchers say distracted driving is a serious public health threat. Though
Parts of Midtown Crossing will go dark on Saturday, March 28, as the neighborhood participates in Earth Hour.
The event, held worldwide every year, encourages individuals, communities, households and businesses to turn off their non-essential lights for one hour as a symbol for their commitment to the planet. » Read more..
Women Defining History Luncheon and Runway Show, April 11th, Field Club of Omaha, 12:00 PM
Douglas County Historical Society will present its 5th annual Women Defining History Luncheon and Runway Show on Saturday, April 11, at Field Club of Omaha. » Read more..
“Back 2 Back” Bacharach,”
Sunday, March 29, 2015 at 4:00 PM,
1st Central Congregational Church. » Read more..
Teen Tech Week March 8-14th. libraries all over the country showcase the great digital resources and services that are available to help teens succeed in school and prepare for college and 21st century careers. » Read more..
For a second year in a row, Omaha’s Lauritzen Gardens has turned artistry and imagination into the public’s favorite Miracle at Midtown holiday window display.
The Garden’s “Building Holiday Traditions: Past, Present and Future” display garnered the most votes from Miracle at Midtown visitors. Elaborate and playful, the scene featured a friendly snowman and an icy polar vortex swirling to the “future of the garden,” the new Marjorie K. Daugherty Conservatory. » Read more..