Guerrero in Omaha now

Yesterday I visited El Museo to view the exhibit Guerrero which highlights the varied art works in seven local districts in this southwest Mexico district.  It is quite startling to see such a wide variety of styles in local areas just a few miles apart.  Palm hats, masks, and more showcase these important works.  For more, click on the poster.



Attention: Teachers and students

Join us in South Omaha for La Veinticuatro – the South 24th Walking Tour. Our 90-minute walk highlights history, architecture, arts, and more along the South 24th Historic District between L and O Streets.
This year we have accepted a grant from the South Omaha Historical Committee to host 500 students from grades 3 thru graduate school to take the tour at NO COST ( normally a $3-7.50/person value).
Groups can arrange tour days and times convenient to their schedules. For this offer we ask for a maximum of 30 students/teachers/chaperones per tour.

La Veinticuatro – in its 5th year of touring – is a project of Restoration Exchange Omaha.

To register contact tour coordinator Vince Furlong at 402-709-2586 or

RESTORATION EXCHANGE OMAHA (REO) is a non-profit organization formed in July 2013 through the merger of Landmarks Inc., Restore Omaha and Omaha Urban Neighborhoods. REO seeks to become the premier regional preservation force dedicated to education and motivating the public to restore, preserve and rehabilitate older homes, properties and districts.