Sesame Street Live, 4 January
Elmo, Abby Cadabby, Big Bird and more learn about musical instruments they never knew existed and that everyone can make and enjoy music. Two shows, one at 10:30 am and one at 6:30 pm.
Tickets range from $19.25 to $69.25 for this Omaha event.
409 S. 16th Street
Omaha, NE 68102
This just in from the Durham Museum!
“Good morning! The Durham Museum is embarking on its first ever crowdsourcing* project and we hope you will help us spread the word! The Durham is celebrating all things 1970s this spring and we invite the community to be part of it! The museum will host, Searching for the Seventies: The Documerica Photography Project, an exciting exhibition developed by the Smithsonian Institution’s Traveling Exhibition Service in partnership with the National Archives. We’re searching for pieces that complement this exhibition. For such a recent decade, it’s amazing how much has changed. To document this, we need your help. Raid your closets, basements and attics for objects you think would be a gas to have on display. See the attached press release or click the link below for full details.”
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Creighton’s Chamber Choir, University Chorus, Symphony Orchestra and faculty and guest soloists join together to present Beethoven’s Mass in C at the Lied Education Center for the Arts in a free concert at 7:30. You can bring a canned good to donate for the Siena Francis House.
Lied Education Center for the Arts
2500 California Plaza
The Salem Baptist Choir performs a mixture of new and classic gospel music for the Christmas season at the Holland Performing Arts Center at 4 pm and again at 7 pm. Admission $15.
Holland Performing Arts Center
1200 Douglas St.
Hear the Omaha Symphonic Chorus present the 21st annual Christmas at the Cathedral, in conjunction with the Omaha Symphony Chamber Orchestra and the Nebraska Wesleyan University Choir. Reserved seats are $18 and $30; some free seats are available. Concert time: 2 pm.
St. Cecelia’s Cathedral
701 N. 40th St.
Experience a German Christmas celebration with choral groups, folk dancers, live music and food. Exhibits of Hummel figurines and wood carvings. Items for sale in the Christkindlmarkt.
3717 S. 120th St.
A collection of free family-friendly events at multiple locations in downtown Omaha: Wells Fargo Bank, Omaha Children’s Museum, Durham Museum, Joslyn Art Museum, W. Dale Clark Library, Omaha Police Mounted Patrol Barn. Shuttle service between locations provided by Ollie the Trolley.