Midtown Crossing’s holiday festivities, this year, will include the debut of Miracle on Farnam, a season-long celebration of spirit, good cheer and togetherness through the good work of Omaha’s creative non-profits.
With a nod to New York City’s cherished holiday tradition, Miracle on Farnam will feature a parade of 14 dazzling window displays showcasing the artistry and imagination of Omaha’s most respected arts and cultural organizations.
The roster of Miracle on Farnam participants includes:
• The Blue Barn Theatre
• The Durham Museum
• The Rose Theater
• Joslyn Art Museum
• Joslyn Castle Trust
• The Kent Bellows Studio & Center for Visual Arts
• Lauritzen Gardens
• Omaha Children's Museum
• Omaha Community Playhouse
• Omaha Performing Arts
• Omaha Symphony Guild
• Omaha's Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium
• Opera Omaha
• Strategic Air & Space Museum
“Visitors will experience scenes of the season through the eyes of our community's most creative people, each in a way that reflects the mission of their organization,” said Molly Skold, marketing director for East Campus Realty, LLC, the Mutual of Omaha subsidiary that owns Midtown Crossing.
The Rose Theater, Omaha’s premiere theater for children, is among the 14 organizations creating Miracle on Farnam displays.
"The Rose Theater is proud to be a part of the inaugural year of this exciting project," said Managing Director Julie Walker. "Omaha is home to so many wonderful arts and cultural organizations, and this project offers an ideal way to showcase what we each have to offer.
We look forward to unveiling our display and watching the reaction of the many visitors as they take in the experience."
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