Each Saturday at 10:00 AM from May 6, 2017 to November 4, 2017, Bancroft Street Market leads the Bancroft to Bayliss Bicycle ride. This group ride tours historic South 10th Street in Omaha, as well as the Old Market, the Bob Kerry Pedestrian Bridge, the Missouri River and Bayliss fountain in historic Council Bluffs, Iowa. Riders meet in the … [Read more…]
Lutenist Ronn McFarlane will perform at Bancroft Street Market on Thursday, April 6, 2017 at 7:30 P.M. Tickets, at the door, are $15.00 for adults and $5.00 for students.
On January 18, 2017 Bancroft Street Market hosted Alley Poyner Maccietto Architecture, Restoration Exchange Omaha, The Omaha Planning Department and The Nebraska State Historic Preservation Office for a public meeting on an Intensive Level Historic Building Survey of buildings and objects along the historic Omaha & Council Bluffs Street Railway Routes. Records show that the … [Read more…]
8th Annual Bike De’Lights Bancroft Market 2702 S. 10th Street Omaha, 6:30 PM – 9:30 PM Break out your battery-powered string lights, gloves, and balaclavas! It’s that time of year to decorate your bike and ride around downtown and midtown Omaha to see the holiday lights! This is the 8th Annual Bike De’Lights, a … [Read more…]
Complete Streets Open House The City of Omaha and it’s partners are currently developing a Complete Streets Design Guide as part of continued efforts to provide a transportation system that works safely and comfortably for all. Its purpose is to help implement our new Complete Streets Policy. The Guide will delineate the needs of people traveling … [Read more…]
Join us every Saturday at 10 AM at Bancroft Street Market, 2702 South 10th for a 17 mile fun group bicycle ride. The ride is a narrated tour of public art in Omaha and Council Bluffs. See the Missouri River. Click here for Facebook page.
It was cool outside today, so we held our first Saturday of the month sidewalk chalk festival inside. The result was a fantastic piece of collaborative work.
It was a cold and rainy outside, so the chalk artists came inside and produced spooky work.