BOO – It’s the Weekend! Vala’s, Dead End Cemetery, Throwback Party, Erotic Art, Dia de Muertos, Masquerades, Candy, stomach aches – THIS IS HALLOWEEN
Thursday – 10/31/19
- at 9am – Halloween at Vala’s @ Vala’s Pumpkin Patch
- at 3pm – Halloween Masquerade @ Red Lion Lounge
- at 430pm – Kroctober Carnival 2019 @ Omaha Kroc Center
- at 5pm – Halloween Night @ Dead End Cemetery
- at 9pm – Halloween Throwback Party @ The Waiting Room Lounge
Friday – 11/1/19
- at 10am – Holiday Market @ Prairie In Bloom
- at 6pm – Celebración de Día de Muertos @ El Museo Latino
- at 9pm – Lemon Fresh Day Halloween Bash @ Two Fine Irishmen
Saturday – 11/2/19
- at 9am – Millard West Craft Show @ Millard West High School
- at 7pm – Black to the Future Costume Ball @ Love’s Jazz & Art Center
- at 9pm – Fall/Winter Erotic Art Show @ Cali Commons
Sunday – 11/3/19
- at 11am – MULA’s Mexican Brunch Party @ MULA
- at 8pm – Marcus King Band @ Slowdown
- at 8pm – Iris DeMent @ The Waiting Room Lounge
“I guess it’s winter now with the snow n all. Highs in the 50s and 40s this week. Cloudy. Partly. Thanks Nebraska.”
This Next Weekend in Omaha…
A short preview of what’s coming next week for those that like to plan ahead.
- ReubenFest 2019 @ Crescent Moon Alehouse
- 2019 Chili Crawl @ Midtown Crossing
- Punch Clock Martyrs @ O’Leavers
- Autumn Festival @ Ralston Arena
- 2019 Children’s Gala @ CHI Health Center
Local music, food, and people, you should know
Central High School – HAUNTED you say?
You all know this old slab of stone located on Dodge. It’s Central High School, an Omaha staple of probably a decent education since the early 1900’s. But did you know, that before it was Central High School, it was a little red brick schoolhouse in the 1850s? Which was demolished, and the teachers fired, to make way for Central. And some say they still haunt the building to this day for revenge OOOoooo. Read on for some spooky scares!
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Spooky fact: Halloween’s origins date back to the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain (pronounced sow-in). The Celts, who lived 2,000 years ago, mostly in the area that is now Ireland, the United Kingdom and northern France, celebrated their new year on November 1
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