Rally  Up The Trucks

This Friday from 5-9pm Cabela’s parking lot will host a Food Truck Rally featuring  Anthony Piccolo’s Mobile Food Venue,  Chicago Dawg House,  La Casa Pizzeria,  Ox ‘N’ Bull BBQ,  Peanut Butter Johnny’s, Sweet Lime Thai,  and Taste of New Orleans. The Reader will be there, so look for pictures at TheReaderOmahaDish on Instagram!

Cabela’s Food Truck Rally

12703 Westport Parkway

La Vista

Beer Fest Tickets Are Selling Fast

Stinson Park at Aksarben Village will host the 6th annual Omaha Beer Fest June 10th and 11th. .

VIP tickets have already sold out, and General Admission are going fast! $35 gains you access to the event featuring live music, either Beer Academy or Home Brewers E xpo access, a souvineer glass, and unlimited 2oz tastings of hundreds of craft beers. Designated driver tickets are $10 and available at the door. To learn more, see the schedule, and purchase tickets, head to https://www.showclix.com/event/omahabeerfest2016

6th Annual Omaha Beer Fest

June 10th and 11th

Stinson Park

Healthy Happy Hour

Every Monday this Summer beginning June 6th, Peak Performance presents Run Happy Hour! Run, Walk, or Jog the 3-5 mile trail with friends, followed by a post-run party featuring Infusion Brewing Company, Food Trucks, and giveaways by Asics. Cost is $5 and includes snacks and refreshments. Food Truck cost is separate. Grab a few friends and spend your Mondays this summer having fun on the run!

Run Happy Hour hosted by Peak Performace

Keystone Trail

Every Monday beginning June 6th

Pizza Review

Tickets have already sold out for The 8th Annual Omaha’s Largest Pizza Review. $15 tickets went fast for the event, which features pizza from about a dozen Omaha restaurants.

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