Papillion Nebraska Events
Goodwill Industries, Inc. is pleased to be co-hosting the Westwood Plaza for a socially distanced family Halloween movie. Every year, a hiking meeting is held in the parking lot of the shops and volunteers. We are excited about this year's event and our partnership with the Goodwill Community Center in Omaha.
The Hawks Pizza Truck will be on site at 18: 30 and the film will start at 19: 00, shown on a giant outdoor LED screen at 7: 000p, m! Bring deckchairs and blankets for this free outdoor event, but tables and chairs are limited.
The event will take place in the following FNBO branches, but capacity is limited, so please limit yourself. Entry to the museum includes free admission to the Museum of Natural History and Nebraska State Museum, as well as free parking. Admission to the museum includes free admission to all exhibits and $5 admission for children under 5.
Capacity is limited, so we recommend families to buy tickets in advance at ocm.org. As things change over time, we strongly recommend a verified visit, but we recommend that you and your family purchase a ticket in advance - and in good time before visiting OCM.
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Hopefully this series will confirm the reasons why you love your area already and rekindle a new love of unexplored places.
You may not know the beautiful town of Papillion, affectionately known by its inhabitants as "Papio," so head there for a short tour. The name of the city is derived from Papillions Creek, which runs through the city and is named after the French word for butterfly. Early French researchers named the creek as such because it was told of a butterfly found on its banks.
If you want to explore this beautiful city, let us know what you love about it and if you would like to include your own home photos in your calendar, please contact our local publisher. Every month we will award local photographers who submit new photos from a nearby location. To learn more about how to become a franchise owner, visit our Franchise Information page.
The houses vary from traditional to new construction and offer a wonderful environment for starting a family. Our network of franchisees works coast to coast, border to border, to ensure that you get the information and savings you're interested in. City planners set their own times and work hard to provide valuable services to homeowners and local businesses in the area.
There are several areas of lush green grass that are spread over the entire papillion and where you can go for a walk, picnic or even ride a horse and buggy. Visit the animals on your farm journey, take hay rides and play fun farm games.
Become part of the action by playing a round of golf on a course classified as an 18-hole championship course.
Hosted by the Joslyn Teen Council, this free, family-friendly event starts at 7 p.m. with pre-made popcorn, sweets and child-friendly drinks. Join us for a socially-distanced event and get free snacks, snacks and a craft offer to take away. Children are free and children under 5 years of age accompanied by their parents or legal guardians.
All supplies you need for your own candy corn painting will be delivered in a kit, and all vehicles will participate in the Drive-Thru event free of charge. Staff and volunteers will be dressed in their costumes for the upcoming ride - through the event at 7pm.
Stroll through the shopping metropolis of Shadow Lake Towne Center and choose a physically distant location (by law) for the grand staircase demonstration. Bring your own seating, chairs and blankets; masks are welcome if you are sitting with a group. Groups of eight or fewer people may sit together, but no masks are worn except for meetings with parties.
Stroll through the haunted house, observe crazy scientific experiments, don't listen to - so - spooky stories, enjoy games and activities in the museum, take part in a scavenger hunt with historical figures and get one last pre-packed treat on the way to the door. Take home a tasty bag of crafts, decorate pumpkins while stocks last, visit the Museum of Science and Technology, the Museum of Science and Technology, and the National Archives and Records Administration, or watch and observe.