Culture Crawl

By: Jim Minge Email
By: Jim Minge Email

What: Benson First Friday Culture Crawl

When: 5-10 p.m. Friday, August 1st

Where: Benson, 60th Avenue at Maple Street

Admission: Free


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This month, in an effort to bring even more culture to their little corner of Omaha, the crew behind Benson First Friday will host a "Culture Crawl" that will showcase art from several refugees who have been helped by Lutheran Family Services, which is co-hosting the event.

The organizers say cultures that will be represented include "Myanmar: Burmese, Karen, Kareni, Chin and Kachin; Butanese/Nepali; Somali-Kenyan/East African; South Sudanese - Nuer and Dinka; Iraqi-Kurds (Northern); Afghani; and Nigeria and Togo."

They'll close down 60th Avenue north of Maple Street and party on the pavement from 5-10 p.m. on Friday (August 1st) with music and entertainment from Karen Bamboo Dancers, Omaha Burundian Choir, DeWayne B-Box; Fire Spinners and Omaha Street Percussion. Check out their beats by clicking here.

A Kid Zone, food vendors and a fashion show are also on tap.

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