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May 30th, 2023

UNO Bands Hosts 5th Annual Conducting Workshop

UNO Bands hosts an annual workshop to enrich the communication skills of area conductors.

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May 24th, 2023

Rededicating Memorial Park on its 75th anniversary

Kissing Sailor Statue (aka “Unconditional Surrender” or “Embracing Peace”)is a temporary installation, and it will be here until November 15th of this year. On June fourth there will be a re-dedication of the memorial with the new plaza. 75 years ago, US President Harry Truman inaugurated the park.

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May 23rd, 2023

RiverFront Offers Multitude of Fun Summertime Activities

Founded in 2018, The RiverFront combines three parks in the heart of downtown Omaha into one identity. After undergoing renovations, the three parks now connect, serving as a gathering space between the historic Old Market and vibrant north downtown Omaha.

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May 22nd, 2023

The Second Year of ‘Salt Creek Song Festival’

Two years ago, two local professional singers put their dedication and work into creating the ‘Salt Creek Song Festival, the first song festival in Nebraska.

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May 19th, 2023

A Gallery Inside of ‘The Brownie Bar’

‘The Brownie Bar Bakery’ gives local artists the opportunity to display and sell their artwork.

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May 16th, 2023

Omaha’s Children’s Museum Holds “Family Fun Weekends”

Omaha’s Children’s Museum is dedicated to keeping young ones engaged in education and art, all while spending quality time with their family.

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May 10th, 2023

‘The Steel House’ Opens This Week

The Steel House is set to open. The new venue Managed by Omaha Performing Arts will be filling the gap of places that some artists needed to get to Omaha. Ciara Lee From Omaha performing arts has more information about the events for the next few weeks and more details about the grand opening of “The Steel House.”

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May 9th, 2023

Nebraska Orchestra Provides Outlet for Medical Musicians

The Nebraska Medical Orchestra is a collaboration between the University of Nebraska at Omaha and the University of Nebraska Medical center. It’s a volunteer orchestra, consisting of all healthcare-related musicians.

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Delegation from Omaha Sister Cities and local leaders stand on Omaha Beach in 2019 in front of the monument, Les Braves

May 8th, 2023

Omaha Bonds With a New Sister City

Omaha had its first sister city in Japan almost 60 years ago. Very soon, a city in France will also share its culture and friendship with this city.

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