Pick: Walking Tour and Grand Jubilee for “The Great Findening”

October 11
Walking Tour and Grand Jubilee for “The Great Findening”
Tours starts outside the old Nomad Lounge, 1013 Jones St 
Tickets cost $10, and can be purchased the day of. 
Call for reservations 402.606.1176
Feeling tied down by the evil forces of seriousness, mundanity, and human suffering? Blue Barn’s Witching Hour provides the remedy in a mischief and mayhem filled audio walking tour of downtown Omaha. Participants should expect to learn the secret histories of the buildings they pass by every day while they work through fun challenges and are treated to live performances. Afterwards, there will be a Grand Jubilee held at the House of Loom where The Great Findening scavenger hunt winners will be announced. The tour will begin outside of Nomad Lounge and reservations will need to be made by calling 402-606-1176.  

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