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Love's Jazz and Art Center

A non-profit community center in North Omaha
Neighborhood: North Omaha
Business Type: Art | Culture

(402) 502-5291

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Eastern Nebraska Community Action Partnership

Eliminating the causes of poverty in Douglas and Sarpy Co.'s
Neighborhood: North Omaha
Business Type: Non-Profits

(402) 453-5656

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Metropolitan Community College - Applied Technology Center

Neighborhood: North Omaha

(402) 763-5800

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Metropolitan Community College - Fort Omaha Campus

Neighborhood: North Omaha
Website: MCCNeb.edu

The historic Fort Omaha Campus is located at 30th and Fort streets, just minutes from the North Freeway to the south and I-680 to the north. The campus was obtained from the federal government in 1975, is the oldest of the MCC college system, and serves as the second highest attendance site for students. The instructional facility boasts 82,000 square feet of modern classroom, lab and student-dedicated space. The campus sits on 73 acres of land and contains 32 buildings, which encompass 377,701 square feet of space.

(402) 457-2700

Omaha Film Festival
Neighborhood: North Omaha
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Selected from over 450 entries from 28 countries, the 2011 Omaha Film Festival will showcase 92 feature films, documentaries and short films! While committed to showcasing Nebraska film makers, OFF is far from a regional event - last year’s 5th annual festival received entries from 25 countries! This year’s festival should prove to be no less diverse.

(402) 203-8173

Neale Woods

Neale Woods Wildlife
Neighborhood: North Omaha
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FontenelleForest.org

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(402) 731-3140

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Neale Woods, we like you. How could you not? You sort of have to love that there is not one but two forests less than 20 minutes away from downtown Omaha. Not parks. Forests. There’s a lot to like about that.

For example, Neale Woods, which is administered by the Fontenelle Nature Association (who also manage Fontenelle Forest in nearby Bellevue), houses the Millard Observatory, the largest observatory in the Omaha metro area. That’s very likeable. It’s stationed at the Neale Woods Nature Center for the attractive price of $6 for adults ($4 for members).

(402) 731-3140