Toast Nebraska

Tickets are selling fast for the 3rd annual Toast Nebraska Wine Festival. The event takes place May 6 and 7 at Mahoney State Park, and tickets range in price from $25 to $110. Unlimited wine and hard cider samples from 22 local wineries will be accompanied by artisan food and crafts, dance lessons, live music, and workshops. Learn more and purchase tickets at http://www.blurparties.com/toast-nebraska
May 6 and 7
Mahoney State Park

Speaking of Caring…

The annual Speaking of Children Luncheon and 3 day conference is quickly approaching. The Project Harmony event kicks off Wednesday April 13 with a luncheon featuring keynote speaker Kevin Mulcahy. Continuing education credits are available. For all of the details and to register for this event, head to https://www.projectharmony.com/events/speaking_of_children
April 13-17
Embassy Suites

 

Big Mama Teaches Tweens

Big Mama’s Kitchen and Catering is offering a cooking class for students aged 10-13. The quarterly class (March 26, June 25, September 24, and November 19) will feature fresh ingredients, setting the foundation for a healthy outlook on dining and providing home cooked meals. To register your favorite tween call Ash Spivey at (402)552-7476 or Email ASpivey@HeartlandFamilyService.Org

Calling All Urban Farmers

Mulhalls is hosting a free event Saturday, April 16 for anyone interested in learning what it takes to start a back yard chicken coop. Construction and care of the animals, and is hosted in cooperation with City Sprouts and The Big Garden. RSVP to Ali at gardenmanager@omahasprouts.org.  For all of the details check out  https://www.facebook.com/events/966169043458273/
Backyard Chickens
April 16


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