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Best Fireworks Shows in Nebraska!

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It's time to celebrate the 4th with food, family, and you guessed it: fireworks! The Cornhusker state is no exception when it comes to fun on the 4th. Here are the best places in Nebraska to see fireworks on the 4th of July! 4th of July Celebration (Seward, Nebraska) Seward Who knew that in the Continue Reading...

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It's finally summer! Kids are home from school and ready for fun. There are so many great places to visit for free in Omaha that you will have family fun all summer long. Plus, there are some amazing outdoor concerts and movies you won't want to miss. Omaha Farmer's Market - Check out the local Continue Reading...

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Summer is coming soon and that means kids are home from school, the weather is finally nice and free outdoor movies begin! Bring your blankets, lawn chairs and family to enjoy one of these free movies in the Omaha area. There are some great, recently released movies that the whole family will enjoy. MAY May Continue Reading...

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Free Comic Book Day – Saturday May 6!

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Have you heard of Free Comic Book Day? They are celebrating their 16th anniversary of giving free comic books away. It's an amazing time to check out some new comics and encourage kids to read. It's held the first Saturday of May and this Saturday, May 6 from 10am-6pm is the 2017 free comic book Continue Reading...

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Have you visited Omaha's Durham Museum? Make sure to visit the interactive and educational museum this weekend with free admission on Saturday and Sunday! This Friday, The National Park Service and The Durham Museum officially unveils the Historic National Landmark plaque for Omaha's Union Station. With generous support of museum donors and to celebrate the Continue Reading...

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Can you believe it’s almost summer break for the kids? We are starting to plan our family summer bucket list of fun and we always include at least one educational camp per child. My kids absolutely love attending camp with their peers and they get a much needed break from their siblings and mom. (Or, is it mom gets a much needed break?)

I sent my boys to Omaha Children's Museum camp last summer and they loved it. My middle son attended the Minecraft camp and my youngest child attended the Mini Masterpiece Camp. I appreciate that the camps are educational and pick up and drop off is very easy.

Omaha Children’s Museum camps are taught by experienced museum educators, so kids learn through exciting interactions and activities in a safe environment! Each camp is a fun theme and are for ages 2-8. Plus, if you register before April 1st, you receive a $10 discount per camp! Read More...

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