Dario Takes a Turn at Dandelion

Dandelion welcomes Dario Schicke to serve Cevapcici [Serbian sausage] this Friday at the pop-up at 13th and Harney. The owner of Avoli and Dario’s will serve lunch this week from 11am to 2pm, or until sold out. Dandelion pop-up season is nearly over, so make sure you get in on these one of a kind events while they last!

Dandelion Pop-Up featuring Dario Schicke

Friday 11am-2pm at The Greater Omaha Chamber Courtyard

On This Night of a Thousand Stars

Tickets are on sale now for this year’s Night of a Thousand Stars. The annual event raises funds to support research and support for individuals in the fight to end HIV and AIDS in the Midwest

Honorary Chair Susan Koenig invites you enjoy cocktails, dancing, dessert, and a silent auction as Marian Fey is celebrated as 2016’s Shining Star winner. Tickets start at just $60. For more details and to purchase tickets head to https://nebraska-aids-project.ticketleap.com/stars/.

Cooking Up Something Philanthropic

Crème de la Omaha is an upcoming cookbook featuring recipes from some of Omaha’s finest eateries. Pig and Finch, Via Farina, Le Voltaire, Enzo’s, and Plank are all among the prestigious contributors to the book. Proceeds will benefit Saving Grace Perishable Food Rescue. Follow https://www.facebook.com/cremedelaomaha/?fref=ts  on Facebook to learn about a release date and all of the restaurants involved in this exciting and delicious fundraiser.

Trick or Treat

Not sure what to do with the 11 pounds of candy your children brought home last night? Head to Spirit World on 66th and Center for Beer and Halloween Candy Pairing from 6:30 to 9pm. https://www.facebook.com/events/199342080489055/ Cost is just $10 per person 21 and over.

Beer and Halloween Pairing at Spirit World

6680 Center St


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