Polka Potluck, Dude Day, Fish N Chips, Shaman, Resolution 5k, Omaha Dog Bar, and First Friday – This Weekend it’s 2020!
Thursday – 1/2/20
- at 11am – On The Hook Fish & Chips @ Advanced Auto Parts
- at 6pm – Sushi Class (Party Time) @ Butterfish
- at 6pm – Hamilton Loomis @ The Jewell
Friday – 1/3/20
- at 5pm – First Friday @ Rathskeller Bier Haus
- at 5pm – Backyard View: Judith Welk Opening @ Anderson O’Brien Fine Art
- at 630pm – The Shaman Within @ Om Center
Saturday – 1/4/20
- at 8am – Resolution Rush 5k/10k @ Omaha, NE
- at 8pm – The Beatles and REO Show @ The Waiting Room Lounge
- at 9pm – Dude Day 2020 feat Jerry Pranksters @ The Nifty Bar
Sunday – 1/5/20
- at 12pm – “Omaha Dog Mom’s” Takeover @ Omaha Dog Bar
- at 1pm – Polka Potluck Sundays @ Infusion Little Bohemia Beer Hall
- at 4pm – Chicken Noodle Soup Cook-off @ Maloney’s Irish Pub
“Highs in the low 40s, high 30s, with a local pollen alert in place. So watch out for that pollen, folks. And study why pollen exists here.
Pick of the Week
I have been meaning to see the Jerry Pranksters for a long time. I love the Grateful Dead, and would love to see a cover band do their stuff. And I consider myself a “dude” so I feel like this is a fitting event for me. See you there!
This Next Weekend in Omaha…
A short preview of what’s coming next week for those that like to plan ahead.
- RiFF RAFF: Cranberry Vampire Tour @ The Waiting Room Lounge
- Birds and Beer Bash @ Buildertrend
- Cypher Night @ The Waiting Room Lounge
- Recaptured (Journey Tribute) @ Slowdown
- The Tale Untold Album Release and Pajama Party @ The Waiting Room Loung
- Indigenous @ The Waiting Room Lounge
Local music, food, and people, you should know
Dubliner Pub -Irish in the Old Market
The Dubliner is one of my more frequent haunts in the Old Market. What really makes it are the great people that work there, and the live music they have. It’s one of the anchors of the Old Market and my feature this week.
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Fun fact: The earliest known New Year celebrations were in Mesopotamia and date back to 2000 BC.The early Romans used March 1 as New Year’s Day. Other cultures used the autumn equinox or the winter solstice to mark the new year. Via CNN
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