Omaha Together One Community, Institute for Public Leadership (IPL) and 9 refugee communities invite you to attend the Third Annual Refugee Cultural Night, a celebration of music, song, dance and snacks from the diverse refugee communities of Omaha.
Saturday, November 15th
At First United Methodist Church (7020 Cass)
5:30 p.m—light snacks and opportunity to talk with the performers
6:00 p.m—8:00 p.m.—Dance, Song and culture from African and Asian refugees living in Omaha. Performing groups are from South Sudan, Darfur, Burundi, Bhutan and several areas of Burma (Myanmar)
Donation: Tickets are available for a $10 donation or $20 for a family (up to four). All proceeds will benefit the refugee groups, supporting their ongoing work to share their culture.
Reserve tickets by calling 402-344-4401 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday, November 18
OTOC and Institute of Public Leadership are collaborating with Inclusive Communities and other allies to organize a “Table Talk” on Tuesday, November 18 at 6:00 pm at UNO Center for Community Engagement (6001 Dodge Street).
This will be a lively gathering where new immigrants and refugees and long time Omaha residents can share their stories and learn more about why they have made Omaha their home and why we all stay and make this our home.
Free parking is available in Lot E, in front of the UNO Bell Tower.
See the flyer below: