Youth Emergency Services
Youth Emergency Services feeds more than 600 children and teenagers each month at their outreach center at 2602 Harney Street. While dinners for the month of June are all covered, the organization is still seeking donations of catered meals for the month of July. Historically, YES has accepted homemade casseroles, but with heightened health concerns, have been asking for donations of catered meals. Pizza, sandwiches, or dishes from any Omaha area restaurants are welcome.
To sign up, visit theYES Omaha SignUp Page
Former Bohemian Café owner Terry Kapoun will offer a dumpling demonstration and a dinner to ticket holders for an exclusive August 17th event. The dinner will include dumplings, Pork Roast and Gravy, and Kolaches. Reminisce and learn at Infusion Little Bohemia Beer Hall at
1406 South 13th. Tickets are $20 and space is limited, so visit Eventbrite to claim yours now!
Are You Ready to Catch the Itis?
A new food truck is aiming to be addictive, not infectious, and is ready to roll your way this summer! Billed as scratch-made gourmet comfort food, the menu features creative twists on classic cuisine. Dipped Birria Tacos with Consommé and a Hibachi pineapple boat are both certain to be as messy as they are delicious, and a hot Cheeto corndog is a fun take on a quick bite. Look for The Itis later this month, and follow along on Facebook for a grand opening and location announcement soon!