The window mural at Bancroft Street Market for summer 2018 is titled “Sky Splendor: Birds of the Midwest” It features a Peregrine Falcon, a Cardinal pair, a Western Meadowlark, and a Wild Turkey pair. The artists are Rosa Chaidez, Sylvia Zingg, JJ Johnson, and MAH Prentice. The technique is reverse glass painting. The best viewing … [Read more…]
Two fine art print shows held in conjunction with Frogman’s Print Workshops. On display July 1, 2018 to July 14th 2018. See Bancroft Street Market calendar for exact open times. NATURAL DISASTERS Artists Raluca Iancu, Emmy Lingscheit, Ashton Ludden, Jennifer Scheuer and Jordan Thornton. What constitutes a disaster and what makes it natural? The works in … [Read more…]
Come to Bancroft Street Market on Sunday, June 24, 2018 from 6PM to 9PM for free outdoor salsa dancing. At 6PM there will be a free salsa dance lesson by Marty Hebert. She will teach all of the basics for you to know to begin salsa dancing. Open dancing follows.
If you have ever wanted to learn the art of chalk street painting, Bancroft Street Market is the place to be. At 9 AM on Saturday July 7, 2018, August 4, 2018 and September 1, 2018 Bancroft Street Market will be teaching how to become a Madonnari or Street Painter, The workshop is free and … [Read more…]
Every Saturday at 10:00 AM Bancroft Street Market hosts Public Art Ride Omaha. The bicycle ride is a guided, narrated tour of public art works on Omaha’s riverfront and downtown area. The ride is about 7 miles and lasts about 2 hours.
Sunday, May 27th, 2018 from 4:00 PM until 6:00 PM, the Marketspace, outdoors at Bancroft Street Market will host Salsa Sunday. Dance instructor Marty Hebert will teach a free hour long salsa dance lesson, followed by an hour long open dance. Come learn to Salsa!
Handmade Omaha will hold it’s spring sale at Bancroft Street Market on Saturday, April 21, 2018 from 10:00 AM until 4:00 PM and on Sunday, April 22, 2018 from noon until 4:00 PM. Parking is limited, so consider carpooling or using a cab or ride sharing service.
Philanthropic Omaha citizens have been advocating for a redeveloped Omaha riverfront district on the Missouri River. The current concept that has been shown to the public centers on changes in the vicinity of the Bob Kerry Pedestrian Bridge and the Central Park Mall. The imagined design would encourage amenities that would attract pedestrians and residents. … [Read more…]
Recently, Omaha Modern Streetcar Advocates has advocated for a “rail in the ground” streetcar route that would connect 42nd and Farnam Street to the Century Link arena, convention center and TD Ameritrade baseball park. This proposed route lacks a unified purpose. While the arena, ball park and convention center are fun destinations for residents and visitors, the medical center and Mutual of … [Read more…]