1 Learn about owls
Come to Hummel park Nature Center on Friday from 6:30 to 8 p.m. for Owl prowl. during the free event, learn about owls and other raptors with a presentation from Fontenelle Forest raptor recovery. There will also be crafts, hikes, outdoor games and owls. RSVP online at parks.cityofomaha.org under the "activity registrations" button. Hummel park Nature Center is located at 3033 Hummel park road.
See amovie outside at an orchard
Ditmars Orchard & Vineyard will host a free Friday movie night at 7:30 p.m. bring chairs and blankets and enjoy watching "The secret Life of pets 2" with your family. Ditmars Orchard & Vineyard is located at 19475 225th St. in Council bluffs.
3 Meet some alpacas
Come out to alpacas of the heartland LLC on Saturday for the National alpaca Farm days open house. see the Crias (baby alpacas), feed alpacas, take pictures, relax and enjoy the views from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. alpacas of the heartland LLC is located at 7016 County road 39 in Fort Calhoun.
4 Learn aboutHispanic heritage
The Hispanic heritage Festival will take place at the south Omaha Library on saturday from 1 to 3 p.m. Come participate in a Lotería tournament, eat a free taco and get a free children's book while supplies last. The library is located at 2808 Q st.
5 Come to the Durham Museum for free
5 Admission will be free Sunday from 1 to 5 p.m. so community members can view the Durham museum's newest traveling exhibit, "RACE: are We so different?" The exhibit is the first national exhibition to tell the stories of race from the biological, cultural and historical points of view. The Durham museum is located at 801 s. 10th St.
6 Celebrate outdoor play
Worldwide day of play will take place Sunday at the Omaha Children's museum from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Come celebrate Nickelodeon's annual Worldwide day of play with special activities on the grass patch, weather permitting. all outdoor activities are free. The museum is located at 500 s. 20th St.
7 Check out Ghouls &Glow at the zoo
Come to the Henry doorly Zoo & aquarium this weekend for Ghouls & Glow, a fun and not-so-frightening illuminated spectacle for all ages. about 400 lanterns, custom made for the zoo, will illuminate the bay Family's Children's adventure Trails. Visitors will encounter dancing skeletons, candy monsters, jack-o-lanterns, ghosts, witches, wizards, Spiderweb arches and more that will light up the trails. additionally, outside of the main lantern display, hundreds of hand-carved pumpkins will glisten along the zoo's pathways, as well as a pumpkin tree, which stands more than 14 feet high, and themed lighting. member tickets start at $8 for Thursday and $13 for Friday through Sunday. Nonmember tickets start at $10 for Thursday and $15 for Friday through Sunday.
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