REMINDER: North Omaha Summer Arts presents Gospel Concert in the Park – Saturday, June 18
REMINDER: Gospel Concert in the Park this Saturday, June 18
Miller Park, 5 to 7:30 pm, Free, Hot dogs & refreshments provided.
Soak up the rays and the praise at this community concert.
Enjoy soul-stirring music for thanksgiving and healing.
Please come enjoy with friends and family. Hope to see you.
Saturday, June 18
5 to 7:30 pm
Miller Park (southeast section, Kansas Ave. between 24th and 27th Streets)
North Omaha Summer Arts (NOSA) presents:
6th annual Gospel Concert in Miller Park
This free concert features soloists, duets, ensembles and choirs from North Omaha performing diverse gospel styles.
Performing artists include:
D. Kevin Williams
Eric and Doriette Jordan and family
Allen and Angelica Stevenson and friends
First Lutheran Church choir
Free hot dogs and refreshments. Bring a blanket or chair, get comfy, and soak up the rays and the praise. Enjoy soul-stirring music for thanksgiving and healing. Lift up your own voice and sing along if the spirit moves you. Music in the park is a beautiful thing. Enjoy this family-friendly event.
NOSA is a completely free community-based arts festival dedicated to the proposition that art, in all its forms, can positively change the world. There is a full slate of events and activities for the whole family throughout the summer.
Florence Branch Library
Combine your passion for making and growing things in a fun-filled session painting art on clay pots and planting flowers that attract pollinators.
Various locations TBA
Happening throughout July, Pop-Up Art gives adults and children the opportunity to create art at different locations around North Omaha.
Friday, August 12
Reception at Charles Washington Branch Library
The Crawl at several venues on or near North 30th Street
6 to 9 pm
This walkable, continuous art show showcases the diverse work of emerging and established artists at venues on or near North 30th Street. The 6th Annual Crawl starts at the Metropolitan Community College Fort Omaha campus Mule Barn building and ends at the North Heartland Family Service – with Church of the Resurrection, Nelson Mandela School and Trinity Lutheran in between. Walk or drive to view art in a wide variety of mediums, to watch visual art demonstrations and to speak with artists about their practice. Enjoy live music at some venues.
NOTE: Watch for posts about The Crawl’s visual and performing artists roster.