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Artwork by Renee Ledesma
Artwork by Renee Ledesma

EVENTS IN OMAHA

• Art Exhibit: Elva’s Gallery, 1714 Vinton St. • Omaha 

  • Opening Reception: Oct. 22, 6 — 9 pm
  • Oct. 22 – Oct. 30
  • Thursdays — Sundays, 6—9 pm

• Performance: Metro Community College, South O

  • 2909 Edward Babe Gomez Ave.
  • CAM building, Room 120
  • Nov.1 All Saints Day
  • 7pm
  • Free Admission

• Performance: Benson Theatre, 6054 Maple St.

  • Nov. 2 All Souls Day
  • $10 general | $5 students/65+
  • 7pm

Community Ofrenda Installations

(Ofrendas at all events)

Bring a copy of a photo of a departed loved one or pet to be a part of the Ofrenda you visit.

Boys Town Hall of History

  • Opening: Oct 26, 4 – 5:30 pm
  • 14057 Flanagan Blvd, Boys Town
  • Exhibit runs Oct. 19 — Nov. 4
  • Daily: Mon —Sat. 10am— 4:30pm, Sun 11am—4pm   
  • boystown.org

St. Cecilia Cathedral

  • Nash Chapel, 701 N. 40th St., Omaha
  • Oct. 21— Nov. 6
  • Weekdays: 6:30am— 6pm
  • Weekends 7am— 6:30pm 


       


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