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Schedule Your Fall Fie,  ip Today! Choose from 4 Educational and Fun Fall Field Trips
• Apple Lesson and Orchard Experience• Pumpkin Harvest Fun • Gem Mining Experience • It's All About Pollination Lesson
Each field trip includes a small pumpkin for each child, over 50 attractions, 3 live shows, and a free train ride. Our Vala's Staff Educators will conduct the 30-minute Apple & Orchard Lesson and the Pollination Lesson designed for your grade level objectives. The Pumpkin Harvest Fun and the Gem Mine Sluicing Experience are self-guided.
Visit  r details!
Reserve on-line or call 402-332-4200. Book your school today!
Come and Discover the Luxury that Awaits You at Cottonwood Pet Resort
First Class Overnight Accommodations
Daycare In State Of The Art Arena Spa Services
Dedicated And Caring Staff Veterinarian Recommended
Make Reservations Online or By Phone!
26910 W. Center Road • Waterloo, NE 68069
20 Years of Service
to pets and their owners
who register to attend this holiday classic have the chance to participate in free in-school workshops led by
Ballet Nebraska teaching artists.
We welcome YAMATO the Drummers of Japan to the Holland Center on Wednesday, February 14. YAMATO celebrates the ancient art of Japanese taiko drumming. Performers leap from drum to drum to create exhilarating music.
On Thursday, March 8, we will present Siro-A: The Techno Circus at the Orpheum Theater. As seen on “America’s Got Talent,” the company fuses mime, dance, visual effects and a techno soundtrack for an incredible show. National Geographic Live returns to the Holland Center with Spinosaurus: Lost Giant of the Cretaceous on Wednesday, March 21. With video recreating the Cretaceous Era Sahara, paleontologist Nizar Ibrahim explains how he rediscovered a prehistoric monster.
We’re excited to present the Hypnotic Brass Ensemble on Thursday, April 19, at the Holland Center. The group mixes brass band tradition with generous doses of hip-hop, soul and funk.
The series concludes Thursday, May 3, with Ballet Nebraska’s A Midsummer’s Night Dream at the Orpheum Theater. Free in-school workshops are available to school groups who register for this event.
For more information or to register your school group to attend a performance, visit: Questions? Email
Omaha Symphony
1905 Harney Street, Suite 400, Omaha, NE 68102-2797 402-342-3836
The Omaha Symphony proudly presents its 2017-18 school day series, “Adventures in Music.” With experiences for students of all ages, you are sure to  nd the perfect  eld trip for your classroom!
For preschool – grade 3, there is simply no better introduction to the orchestra than Mission Imagination. With this all-new adventure, an extraordinary teacher’s coming to town with a  eld trip to the symphony up her sleeve that is second to none. All aboard the Symphonic School Bus – “Seat belts, everyone!” (Dates: Spring 2018 | Full schedule online)
Margre Durham Concerts for Youth for grades 4 – 6 never cease to dazzle with an innovative tradition of symphonic experiences that integrate music and academic curriculums, engaging visual media, and interactive structures. This school year, all students are called upon to  re up their thinking caps and go beyond the music to conduct an experiment in SOUND! (Dates: January 31 - February 2, 2018)
Link Up: The Orchestra Sings is the “must do” addition to any beginning recorder curriculum, featuring a play-along Omaha Symphony concert like nothing else. (Dates: April 4 - 5, 2018)
Celebrate Creativity is a day-long experience designed for and by middle school and high school students. Students will unlock the creativity within as they build individual schedules of exploration, featuring hands-on workshops, docent-led Joslyn Art Museum gallery explorations, and an interactive Omaha Symphony concert. (Dates: October 24 - 27, 2017)
To register your class and learn more, visit
2017 Annual Teachers’ Guide presented by Omaha Family Magazine

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