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Let’s be honest - no matter how you spin it, buying a home is not cheap. And whether you are a first-time homebuyer or a seasoned professional, we are sure the previous sentence comes as no surprise to you (you may have even found yourself nodding and smirking in agreeance). But what many people tend to focus on are the larger costs that are associated with home buying, such as mortgage payments and down payment costs, and many tend to overlook the lesser fees that may arise during the buying process. But fear not, as after today’s blog post we are confident you will leave with a better, more thorough understanding of not only what these fees are, but also what they could end up costing, so you can plan accordingly. 

-Application Fees: When you are applying for a loan, your lender will pull your credit report to get a better understanding of your financial health to see what you qualify for. They in turn will charge you an application fee, which is usually combined with the credit report fee. You should be sure to request a breakdown of the fees, but this can cost you $75-$300 dollars. 

-Home Inspection: When it comes to home buying, planning for a home inspection is curial. Think of it as an extra layer of protection to ensure you are not purchasing a home with major hidden issues that can mean huge dollar signs down the road. During the appointment, the inspector will search for general and structural issues within the home, many times finding things not visible to the naked eye. Home inspections can cost between $300 and $500.

-Private Mortgage Insurance (PMI): If you are planning to put down less than 20% of the home’s purchase price, the lender will most likely require you to purchase private mortgage insurance. This will protect the lender in the event that you stop making payments on your loan. And while PMI rates can vary, they tend to hover around 0.3% to 1.5% of your original loan amount annually. 

-Title Services: Fees such as government filing fees, title search of public records for the property, notary fees and more are covered under title services. It is crucial for you to get a line item breakdown for each cost, and you should budget around $150 to $400. 

-Appraisal Fee: First, the appraisal itself can cost between $200 and $425 and take around two hours to complete. Next, the appraisal report is then sent to the lender to confirm that the property is indeed worth the amount that was agreed upon. 

Fun Father’s Day Weekend Festivities Around Omaha, NE

by Nancy Heim-berg

With Father’s Day right around the corner, now is the perfect time to fill your calendar with events and activities in and around our beautiful city of Omaha, NE. Spend your weekend celebrating dad and creating beautiful memories while taking in a baseball game, indulging in a walking food tour, roaming farmer’s markets, tackling a mini mud run, exploring art exhibits and much more! We have listed these and a few other can’t-miss events below for you to check out. Enjoy, and Happy Father’s Day! 

What: Blackstone Walking Food Tour
When: June 14th
Where: 3804 Farnam Street Omaha, NE

What: Attic Adventures
When: June 14th – 16th
Where: Omaha Children’s Museum | 500 S 20th Street Omaha, NE

What: Garth Williams: Illustrator of the Century
When: June 14th & 15th
Where: Joslyn Art Museum | 2200 Dodge Street Omaha, NE

What: Enchanted Kingdom
When: June 14th – 16th
Where: Omaha Children’s Museum | 500 S 20th Street Omaha, NE

What: Comedy in Omaha
When: June 14th & 15th
Where: The Backline Comedy Theatre | 1618 Harney Street Omaha, NE

What: Jay Heikes 
When: June 14th – 16th
Where: Joslyn Art Museum | 2200 Dodge Street Omaha, NE

What: Karaoke Friday Nights
When: June 14th
Where: 510 N. 33rd Street Omaha, NE

What: Tyrannosaurs at Two
When: June 14th – 16th
Where: Durham Museum | 801 S 10th Street Omaha, NE

What: David Venhuizen Stand-Up Comedy Show & Album Recording
When: June 15th
Where: Reverb Lounge | 6121 Military Avenue Omaha, NE

What: Mom’s Night Out at the Museum 
When: June 15th
Where: Omaha Children’s Museum | 500 S 20th Street Omaha, NE

What: Omaha Beef vs. Salina Liberty Football Game
When: June 15th
Where: Omaha Beef Professional Indoor Football | 7300 Q Street Omaha, NE

What: Full Moon Guided Paddle: Stand-up Paddleboard & Kayak
When: June 15th
Where: Neighborhood Offshore Boutique & Board Shop | 168th and Fort Street Omaha, NE

What: 2019 NCAA Men’s College World Series
When: June 15th & 16th
Where: NCAA College World Series | 1200 Mike Fahey Street Omaha, NE 

What: Behind the Scenes: Aquarium Backstage Pass 
When: June 15th
Where: Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium | 3701 S 10th Street Omaha, NE

What: Father’s Day Car Show
When: June 15th & 16th
Where: Strategic Air Command and Aerospace Museum | 28210 West Park Highway 

What: Mini Me Family Mud Run
When: June 15th & 16th
Where: Zipline Omaha | Mt. Crescent Ski Area

What: Old Market Walking Food Tour
When: June 15th
Where: 1002 Howard Street Omaha, NE

What: Omaha Farmers Market – Old Market
When: June 15th
Where: 11th and Jackson Streets Omaha, NE

What: Sweet Treats Bus Tour
When: June 15th & 16th
Where: Omaha Culinary Tours | Various Locations

What: Yoga in the Aquarium
When: June 15th & 16th
Where: Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium | 3701 S 10th Street Omaha, NE

What: Sunday Yoga in the Forest
When: June 16th
Where: Fontenelle Forest/Neale Woods | 1111 N Bellevue Blvd. 

What: Yoga Rock the Park
When: June 16th
Where: Midtown Crossing | 31st-33rd and Farnam-Dodge Streets Omaha, NE

We all know how stressful moving can be – packing your entire life into cardboard boxes, hauling everything away in a rented truck and, finally, attempting to make sense of all the chaos after the final box is unloaded. We get it. In an effort to alleviate some of that stress (and the overwhelming feeling of sheer panic at times), we have listed ten moving hacks below. We are sure they will aid in your moving process and help to keep things organized and running smoothly from start to finish. 

1. Our first hack for you is to hold a garage sale a couple weeks before you move in an effort to turn your unwanted items into cash. After all, you know what they say - one man’s trash is another man’s treasure!

2. Second, you want to be sure to secure your important documents such as insurance papers, birth certificates, work documents and school records to ensure they do not get lost/misplaced in the shuffle. 

3. Our third tip is to not be afraid to ask for help from family, friends and neighbors at any point in the moving process. Whether it be organizing, cleaning or moving furniture, it is okay to ask for help if you are feeling overwhelmed or simply just want another set of hands around. 

4. The fourth hack we have for you is to collect and reuse old boxes for storage.

5. Our fifth hack is crucial if you want to avoid the anxiety of feeling things were left to the last minute. The tip is to begin the packing process at least four weeks before your scheduled move date. First start by boxing items that you don’t use often and leave your day-to-day items to be packed right before you move.

6. Meet your new best friend, stretch wrap! Stretch wrapping your drawers and cabinets is a great time saver as you don’t have to pack and unpack the items that are inside (you can thank us later!)

7. Our next hack is to make sure that you defrost your refrigerator at least a day prior to moving. This will ensure that water will not leak out and cause a large mess during your move. 

8. Our eighth hack may seem silly to some, but we promise it could make all the difference! During the move, try storing your jewelry in toilet paper rolls and/or egg cartons. Not only will it keep your valuables incognito and thief’s at bay, but the egg cartons will also allow you to keep your items from tangling. 

9. Next, when it comes to electronics, be sure to label your chargers and other items accordingly. This will help keep you organized, thus allowing you to find things quickly if you are in a hurry.

10. Finally, our tenth moving hack is to update your new address ASAP with places such as your banking institutions, work, insurance company, etc.

Find Fun Events And Adventures Around Omaha, NE This Weekend Here!

by Nancy Heim-berg

Hello weekend, we missed you! Below we have listed a few can’t-miss events and activities that are happening in and around our beautiful city of Omaha, NE this weekend. So grab your family and friends for a few days filled with everything from comedy shows and art festivals, to walking food tours, aircraft exploration events, farmers markets, dinosaur activities, yoga in the forest and so much more! 

What: 45th Annual Omaha Summer Arts Festival 
When: June 7th – 9th
Where: 1200 Mike Fahey Street Omaha, NE

What: Alison O’Daniel: Heavy Air and Lui Shtini: Tempos
When: June 7th – 9th
Where: Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts | 724 S 12th Street Omaha, NE

What: Comedy in Omaha
When: June 7th & 8th
Where: The Backline Comedy Theatre | 1618 Harney Street Omaha, NE

What: Attic Adventures
When: June 7th – 9th
Where: Omaha Children’s Museum | 500 S 20th Street Omaha, NE

What: Benson Artist Market and Summer Street Series
When: June 7th
Where: Military Ave. & Maple Street

What: Enchanted Kingdom
When: June 7th – 9th
Where: Omaha Children’s Museum | 500 S 20th Street Omaha, NE

What: Blackstone Walking Food Tour
When: June 7th
Where: 3804 Farnam Street Omaha, NE

What: First Friday Old Market
When: June 7th
Where: Old Market | Harney to Jackson Streets and 10th to 13th Streets

What: Saint Lucia Festival
When: June 7th – 9th
Where: Lewis and Clark Landing | 515 N Riverfront Drive Omaha, NE

What: Aircraft Exploration
When: June 8th
Where: Strategic Air Command and Aerospace Museum | 28210 West Park Highway

What: Behind the Scenes: Aquarium Backstage Pass
When: June 8th
Where: Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium | 3701 S 10th Street Omaha, NE

What: Blackstone District Walking Food Tour
When: June 8th & 9th
Where: Omaha Culinary Tours | Various Locations

What: Garth Williams: Illustrator of the Century
When: June 7th – 9th
Where: Joslyn Art Museum | 2200 Dodge Street Omaha, NE

What: Midwest Paranormal History/Ghost Tour 
When: June 7th & 8th
Where: Midwest Paranormal History Tours | Various Locations

What: Huipiles – Indigenous Textiles from Guatemala
When: June 7th & 8th 
Where: El Museo Latino | 4701 S 25th Street Omaha, NE

What: Omaha Farmers Market – Old Market
When: June 8th
Where: 11th & Jackson Streets Omaha, NE

What: Tyrannosaurs: Meet the Family
When: June 8th & 9th
Where: Durham Museum | 801 S 10th Street Omaha, NE

What: Village Pointe Farmers Market
When: June 8th
Where: Village Pointe Shopping Center | 17305 Davenport Street Omaha, NE

What: Hot Fun in the Summertime 9: It Don’t Mean a Thing
When: June 9th
Where: 421 S 36th Street Omaha, NE

What: American Democracy: A Great Leap of Faith
When: June 7th – 9th
Where: Durham Museum | 801 S 10th Street Omaha, NE

What: The Art of Seating: 200 Years of American Design
When: June 7th – 9th
Where: Joslyn Art Museum | 2200 Dodge Street Omaha, NE

What: Sunday Yoga in the Forest
When: June 9th
Where: Fontenelle Forest/Neale Woods | 1111 N Bellevue Blvd.  

With spring coming to an end, we are quickly approaching the time of year where many families head out for their long-awaited summer vacations. Whether you are jet setting to a foreign country, packing the car for a road trip or relaxing in the sun on a tropical getaway, you want to enjoy your vacation with the peace of mind knowing your home is safe and secure back in Omaha, NE. And that is where we come in! We have packed this blog post with tips and tricks to help make your house burglar-proof, so you can return home relaxed, refreshed and a little sun-kissed. 

-The first tip we have for you is to install an alarm system in your home, as they serve as an effective deterrent to burglars. You want to be sure to find a system that has both audible and visual warnings and links back to a reputable monitoring company. 

-Our second tip is to install external sensor lights that will turn on when someone enters your property, as burglars tend to avoid areas that are well-lit. On a similar note, you also may want to leave a few lights on in the house to trick intruders into thinking someone is home. 

-Next, you may want to consider installing a CCTV system to have 24/7 monitoring of your property. This system will also come in handy in the unfortunate situation that you need video evidence to catch intruders while you are away. 

-The fourth tip is to secure all valuable items in a safe (preferably a fire-proof safe) while you are vacationing. These items may include jewelry, cash, spare car keys and important documents such as birth certificates, life insurance policies, stock certificates and passports. 

-If you are planning on being away for a while and have a free-standing mailbox in front of your home, you may want to find a friend or family member who can come clear it out a few times a week. A full mailbox can give the impression to burglars that you are not home, thus putting a target on your property. 

-Our last tip for you is to get to know your neighbors if you don’t already. They can be a great asset to you while you are gone by keeping a close eye on your house and giving you updates during your trip. 

As we say goodbye to May and welcome June, this weekend is the perfect time to get out of the house and explore all the fun events and adventures our beautiful city of Omaha, NE has to offer. We have listed a few can’t-miss activities for you to check out below. Spend the weekend tasting delicious new recipes on a walking food tour, try a new tune at karaoke, pick up fresh, local food at the farmer’s market and go backstage at the aquarium for a day to remember! 

What: ‘Primary Exhibit’
When: May 31st & June 1st
Where: Artists’ Cooperative Gallery | 405 S 11th Street Omaha, NE

What: Attic Adventures
When: May 31st – June 2nd
Where: Omaha Children’s Museum | 500 S 20th Street Omaha, NE

What: Art Exhibit: ‘Nature’s Colorful Threads’ by Omaha Weavers and Spinners Guild
When: May 31st – June 2nd
Where: Lauritzen Gardens | 10- Bancroft Street Omaha, NE

What: American Democracy: A Great Leap of Faith 
When: May 31st – June 2nd
Where: Durham Museum | 801 S 10th Street Omaha, NE

What: Enchanted Kingdom
When: May 31st – June 2nd
Where: Omaha Children’s Museum | 500 S 20th Street Omaha, NE

What: Blackstone Walking Food Tour
When: May 31st
Where: 3804 Farnam Street Omaha, NE

What: Comedy in Omaha
When: May 31st & June 1st
Where: The Backline Comedy Theatre | 1618 Harney Street Omaha, NE

What: Garth Williams: Illustrator of the Century
When: May 31st & June 1st
Where: Joslyn Art Museum | 2200 Dodge Street Omaha, NE

What: Huipiles – Indigenous Textiles from Guatemala
When: May 31st & June 1st
Where: El Museo Latino | 4701 S 25th Street Omaha, NE

What: Midwest Paranormal History/Ghost Tour
When: May 31st & June 1st
Where: Midwest Paranormal History Tours | Various Locations Omaha, NE

What: Karaoke Friday Nights
When: May 31st
Where: 510 N. 33rd Street Omaha, NE

What: Night Market at Midtown Crossing
When: May 31st
Where: Midtown Crossing | 31st-33rd and Farnam-Dodge Streets Omaha, NE

What: 15th Annual Wine, Blues, Beer and Hot Air Balloon Festival 
When: June 1st
Where: Soaring Wings Vineyard | 17111 S 138th Street Springfield, NE

What: Royal Highland Ball
When: June 1st
Where: Omaha Children’s Museum | 500 S 20th Street Omaha, NE

What: Behind the Scenes: Aquarium Backstage Pass
When: June 1st
Where: Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium | 3701 S 10th Street Omaha, NE

What: Old Market District Walking Food Tour
When: June 1st & 2nd
Where: Omaha Culinary Tours | Various Locations

What: Omaha Farmers Market – Old Market
When: June 1st
Where: 11th and Jackson Streets Omaha, NE

What: Old Market Walking History Tour
When: June 1st
Where: 1001 Farnam Street Omaha, NE

What: The Art of Seating: 200 Years of American Design
When: May 31st & June 1st
Where: Joslyn Art Museum | 2200 Dodge Street Omaha, NE

What: 12th Annual Omaha Bike Ride & Run
When: June 2nd
Where: Riverfront Trail | 345 Riverfront Drive Omaha, NE

What: 3rd Annual Veterans Appreciation Rally
When: June 2nd
Where: 12005 N 72nd Street Omaha, NE

What: 7th Annual Omaha Biathlon
When: June 2nd
Where: Riverfront Trail | 345 Riverfront Drive Omaha, NE

What: River City History Tours: From Expositions to Jazz Musicians
When: June 2nd
Where: River City History Tours | 801 S 10th Street Omaha, NE

What: Yoga Rocks the Park
When: June 2nd
Where: Midtown Crossing | 31st-33rd and Farnam-Dodge Streets Omaha, NE

Family Parks Around Omaha, NE

by Nancy Heim-berg

With warm weather and sunshine (finally) staying consistent in our forecast, this is the perfect time of year to get out of the house and spend some quality time outdoors with family and friends. We have listed fifteen of our favorite parks in and around Omaha, NE below that we know you will enjoy! Whether you are attempting to tire out your toddlers at the playground, take a relaxing stroll in the sun or enjoy a romantic picnic with your significant other, these parks are the perfect place to spend your summer days. Enjoy! 

Name: Lawrence Youngman Lake
Address: 192nd and West Dodge Road Omaha, NE

Name: Stinson Park at Aksarben Village
Address: 67th & Center Omaha, NE

Name: Elk Creek Park
Address: N 163rd Street and Ames Avenue Omaha, NE

Name: Lake Zorinsky
Address: 3808 S 156th Street Omaha, NE

Name: Benson Park and Playground
Address: 7002 Military Avenue Omaha, NE

Name: Halleck Park
Address: 816 East Halleck Street Papillion, NE

Name: Walnut Grove Park
Address: 15050 Q. Street Omaha, NE

Name: Seymour Smith Park
Address: 6802 Harrison Street Omaha, NE

Name: Hummel Park
Address: 3033 Hummel Park Road Omaha, NE

Name: Echo Hills Park
Address: 7500 S 146th Street Omaha, NE (146th & Chandler)

Name: Hillsborough Park
Address: 13710 Boyd Street Omaha, NE

Name: Elmwood Park
Address: 802 S. 60th Street Omaha, NE

Name: Orval Smith Park
Address: 80th and Park Drive Ralston

Name: Hanscom Park
Address: 3201 Woolworth Avenue Omaha, NE

Name: Dreamland Park
Address: Lake Manawa State Park, Council Bluffs

Events Around Omaha, NE This Weekend

by Nancy Heim-berg

Hello, weekend – we sure have missed you! And what perfecting timing for a few days off because there are so many events and adventures happening in and around our beautiful city of Omaha, NE that you will not want to miss! We have listed a few below for you to check out (thank us later!). Spend your weekend perfecting your yoga in the park, doing a walking food tour, laughing at a comedy show, going backstage at the aquarium, enjoying a fashion show and so much more!

What: ALIENS – A Salute to Actor Michael Biehn
When: May 24th
Where: Joslyn Art Museum | 2200 Dodge Street Omaha, NE

What: ‘Primary’ Exhibit
When: May 24th – 26th
Where: Artists’ Cooperative Gallery | 405 S 11th Street Omaha, NE

What: Attic Adventures
When: May 24th – 26th
Where: Omaha Children’s Museum | 500 S. 20th Street Omaha, NE

What: Blackstone Walking Food Tour
When: May 24th
Where: 3804 Farnam Street Omaha, NE

What: Garth Williams: Illustrator of the Century
When: May 24th & 25th
Where: Joslyn Art Museum | 2200 Dodge Street Omaha, NE

What: Comedy in Omaha
When: May 24th & 25th 
Where: The Backline Comedy Theatre | 1618 Harney Street Omaha, NE

What: Huipiles Indigenous Textiles from Guatemala
When: May 24th & 25th
Where: El Museo Latino | 4701 S. 25th Street Omaha, NE

What: Men on Boats
When: May 24th – 26th
Where: Omaha Community Playhouse | 6915 Cass Street Omaha, NE

What: Omaha Beef vs. Oklahoma Flying Aces Football Game
When: May 25th
Where: Omaha Beef Professional Indoor Football | 7300 Q Street Omaha, NE

What: Boney James Live – The Honestly Tour 2019 – with Chad Stoner Band
When: May 25th
Where: Holland Performing Arts Center | 1200 Douglas Street Omaha, NE

What: S/S ’19 Ready to Wear Fashion Show Event
When: May 25th
Where: 3623 N. 129th Street Omaha, NE

What: American Democracy: A Great Leap of Faith
When: May 24th – 26th
Where: Durham Museum | 801 S. 10th Street Omaha, NE

What: Behind the Scenes: Aquarium Backstage Pass
When: May 25th
Where: Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium | 3701 S. 10th Street Omaha, NE

What: Enchanted Kingdom
When: May 24th – 26th
Where: Omaha Children’s Museum | 500 S. 20th Street Omaha, NE

What: Old Market Walking Food Tour
When: May 25th
Where: 1002 Howard Street Omaha, NE

What: Old Market Walking History Tour
When: May 25th
Where: 1001 Farnam Street Omaha, NE

What: Omaha Farmers Market – Old Market
When: May 25th
Where: 11th and Jackson Streets Omaha, NE

What: Omaha Farmers Market – Aksarben Village
When: May 26th
Where: Aksarben Village | 67th and Centers Streets Omaha, NE

What: Love & Laughter Comedy Show with Tony Woods and Vanessa Fraction
When: May 26th
Where: 2311 N. 24th Street Omaha, NE

What: River City History Tours: Millionaires & Mansions North Gold Coast
When: May 26th
Where: River City History Tours | 801 S. 10th Street Omaha, NE

What: Yoga Rocks the Park
When: May 26th 
Where: Midtown Crossing | 31st – 33rd and Farnam-Dodge Streets Omaha, NE

What: Sunday Yoga in the Forest
When: May 26th
Where: Fontenelle Forest/Neale Woods | 1111 N. Bellevue Blvd. 

Breaking Down Home Inspections In Omaha, NE

by Nancy Heim-berg

The home inspection is a crucial part of the buying process. If you have ever brought or sold a house, then you are probably well versed in what a home inspection is and how/why they are conducted. On the other hand, if you are a first-time home buyer, this may be your first time hearing the phrase. And that is where we come in! Whether you are a real estate aficionado and just need a refresher, or you are a newbie trying to understand the lingo, today’s blog post is going to break down everything you need to know about the home inspection process. 

What is a home inspection? As mentioned above, the home inspection is a crucial part of the home buying process and is designed to protect the buyer in the sale. To put it simply, a home inspection is a ‘non-invasive’ examination of the property where a licensed home inspector will review the house for mechanical, structural and/or electrical defects. This will give the buyer a more comprehensive overview of the home, which helps to ensure there are minimal surprises when they take control of the property. 

When does a home inspection usually take place? Typically, the home inspection will be conducted a short time after the seller accepts the offer from the buyer. 

Is a home inspection required by law? The short answer is no, home inspections are not required to be performed. But they are worth the money as it acts as a protection of the investment, as well as gives the buyer peace of mind regarding the true shape and condition of the house.  

What will the home inspector be looking for in the home? The inspector will be looking for any issues/problems that have to do with the home’s electrical system, plumbing, heating and cooling system, foundation, windows and doors, roof and more. 

What do I need to do to prepare for a home inspection? If you are in the process of selling your home or are thinking of selling your home in the future, we have listed three simple steps to help you prepare for a home inspection. First, about a month prior to the inspection, you should ensure all the paperwork is in order and start addressing the repairs you think need attention (these will be things you believe will be red flags to the inspector). Second, about a week before the inspection, you should start removing clutter and/or anything you feel may interfere with the inspector. Lastly, our third tip for you is to ensure the house is clean, light bulbs have been replaced and everyone (including pets) are removed from the home the day of the inspection. 

Can’t-Miss Events Around Omaha, NE This Weekend!

by Nancy Heim-berg

Can you believe we are already half-way through May? We can’t either. And with summer in full swing, now is the perfect time to fill your calendar exploring exciting adventures and creating memories with family and friends. We have listed below some events happening in and around Omaha, NE this weekend that we are sure you will love! You will find everything from baseball games and walking food tours, to wine festivals, live wrestling events, farmers markets, yoga in the park, aquarium exhibits and so much more! 

What: Creighton vs. Villanova NCAA Men’s Baseball Game
When: May 17th 
Where: TD Ameritrade Park Omaha | 1200 Mike Fahey Street Omaha, NE

What: Attic Adventures
When: May 17th – 19th
Where: Omaha Children’s Museum | 500 S 20th Street Omaha, NE

What: ‘Primary’ Exhibit
When: May 17th & 18th
Where: Artists’ Cooperative Gallery | 405 S 11th Street Omaha, NE

What: Comedy in Omaha
When: May 17th & 18th
Where: The Backline Comedy Theatre | 1618 Harney Street Omaha, NE

What: American Democracy: A Great Leap of Faith
When: May 17th – 19th
Where: Durham Museum | 801 S 10th Street Omaha, NE

What: Blackstone Walking Food Tour
When: May 17th
Where: 3804 Farnam Street Omaha, NE

What: Garth Williams: Illustrator of the Century
When: May 17th & 18th
Where: Joslyn Art Museum | 2200 Dodge Street Omaha, NE

What: Toast Nebraska Wine Festival
When: May 17th & 18th
Where: 12102 S 180 Street Gretna, NE

What: Art with Erin: Watercolor Pencils Workshop
When: May 18th
Where: Hardy Coffee CO. | 6051 Maple Street Omaha, NE

What: Full Moon Guided Paddle: Stand-up Paddleboard & Kayak
When: May 18th
Where: Neighborhood Offshore Boutique & Board Shop | 168th and Fort Street

What: March for Monarchs at Wildlife Safari Park
When: May 18th
Where: 16406 292nd Street Ashland, NE

What: “Fast Times at Magnum Pro” – Live Professional Wrestling 
When: May 18th
Where: Ralston Arena | 7300 Q Street Ralston, NE

What: Behind the Scenes: Aquarium Backstage Pass
When: May 18th
Where: Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium | 3701 S 10th Street Omaha, NE

What: Old Market Walking Food Tour
When: May 18th
Where: 1002 Howard Street Omaha, NE

What: Omaha Farmers Market – Old Market
When: May 18th
Where: 11th & Jackson Streets Omaha, NE

What: Carson Vaughan Author Visit
When: May 19th
Where: Omaha Public Library | 215 S 15th Street Omaha, NE

What: Sweat + Wellness Event
When: May 19th
Where: The Diamond Room | 605 N 13th Street Omaha, NE

What: Joslyn Castle Public Tours
When: May 17th – 19th
Where: Joslyn Castle | 3902 Davenport Street Omaha, NE

What: Sunday Yoga in the Forest
When: May 19th
Where: Fontenelle Forest/Neale Woods | 1111 N Bellevue Blvd. 

What: Yoga Rocks the Park
When: May 19th
Where: Midtown Crossing | 31st – 33rd and Farman-Dodge Streets Omaha, NE

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