Kick off the 21st Biennial Native Omahan Days of 2017, celebrating over 40 years of community, friends, and family. Come out to the Club 5216 and enjoy the food and drink and excitement and start the celebration right and welcome home all our returning family of Native Omahans.
Reconnecting people through memories, photos and so much more. Come join us.
History is a part of who we were and who we are, Connect with great moment and pioneers of Black History here in Omaha and beyond. The Exhibit “Omaha’s Churches” opens at 4:30 for all ages and free admission. Come out and support great art and history in the community.
Give a “WELCOME HOME!” to all our returning native sons and daughters! Enjoy the party at Love’s Jazz and enjoy the food and drinks provided. FREE event, and open to the public, a perfect way to close the night.
Join us in inaugurating this year’s Native Omaha Day Celebration with a stunning Gospel concert at the Beautiful Salem Baptist Church. Doors open at 5 and is FREE and open to the public of all ages.
Doors open @ 6pm; show starts @ 7:30 pm
95.7 The BOSS presents the Native Omaha Youth & Business Weekend at the Hope Skate Center for Kids.
Come out for this Native Days Weekend, Aug. 3-5, and enjoy plenty of Youth activity and events includes a Jump Off Party, Talent Show, Shark Tank “Pitch Competition”,Basketball Tournament, Lock In Overnight, Movies, Counseling, Job-College-Military Fair, and lots more!
The Omaha Small Business Network(OSBN) presents the Omaha Small Business Expo on Aug. 3rd to the 6th.
Vendors can promote, distribute and sell their goods and services to create commerce. Come out and support your friendly local neighborhood business and learn whats being created for the community by the community.
Business will set-up their booths at Omaha Small Business Network Parking Lot @ 2505 N. 24th Street.