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Pulitzer Photos and Prairie Performers: July 23, 2020 Newsletter

Jul 23, 2020 02:37PM ● By Tara Spencer
people browsing photos at Durham Museum

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Now through Sept. 20: The Pulitzer Prize Photography exhibit currently at The Durham Museum is the most comprehensive collection of Pulitzer Prize-winning photographs ever assembled. It features more than 80 large-format framed photographs, enlarged so every detail is visible. The museum is now open for members and will open to the general public on Saturday, August 1. Reserve your timed session before you visit here

Friday, July 24: OutrSpaces will host Omaha Under the Radar’s third and final streaming event featuring artists from the 2020 festival roster this Friday. OUTR is an annual contemporary performance festival in the Midwest. Omaha Under The Radar Online will feature six performances. Learn more about the event here, and more about the festival here.

Friday, July 24: Who doesn’t want to spend a Friday evening sipping wine and noshing while listening to music in a lovely atmosphere? If this sounds like your ideal get-out-of-the-house experience, head to Soaring Wings Vineyard to watch Edge of Arbor & Matt Cox Band perform. This event is dog and child friendly, but they ask that you follow their COVID 19 policy. You can find all that information here.  

Saturday, July 25: This Saturday marks the return of the American Midwest Ballet School’s Day of Dance. Anyone can attend the wide variety of free virtual classes and activities for children ages 3 and up, and adults. Please note, space is limited so register now. Participants will automatically be entered for the chance to win free tickets to an American Midwest Ballet performance. See the full schedule here.

Sunday, July 26: If you could use a little socially distanced spiritual nourishment, the Table Grace Food Truck Social is where you need to be. Table Grace Ministries Food Truck will be at Lord of Love Lutheran Church from 5:30-7:30 p.m. so you can eat your supper while catching up. Music from members of the congregation will enhance the feeling of fellowship. Grab a lawn chair and head on over. Find out more here.  

Event times and details may change. Check with venue or event organizer to confirm.