1. Grane Sign is up
2. Thirst Tea Cafe opens Today
3. Toy Drive Today
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We enjoy tea, ok we are not going to lie...we love tea. That’s why we here at Thirst tea cafe would like to share that passion with everyone. But it’s not only tea that we specialize in we also expanded that to flavor-infused teas like our Passion fruit jasmine tea blend to our matcha milky tea. Any of our drinks can be topped off with our signature topping of “boba,” which is tapioca shaped to a round and chewy consistency then sweetened to perfection, or any of our other choices of toppings available. So we hope you enjoy our passion of tea just as much as we do and as always, Stay Thirst-tea!
Midtown Crossing wrote:Omaha, Neb. – Midtown Crossing is enlisting Buzz, Woody and the gang to help brighten the lives of some of our area’s less fortunate children. The neighborhood’s popular summer series, Monday Night at Movies, will feature the Pixar classic “Toy Story” on Monday, June 30. In conjunction, Midtown Crossing is hosting a toy drive to benefit the Salvation Army and the families it serves. Movie guests are encouraged to bring a new toy to Turner Park to donate.
“We saw record crowds for ‘Frozen’ and ‘The Hunger Games.’ We’re hoping for another great turnout – and a great impact (‘to infinity and beyond’) – when ‘Toy Story’ rolls on our big screen,” said Molly Skold, Midtown Crossing’s vice president of marketing and communications.
“Thanks to organizations like Midtown Crossing, the Salvation Army will able to make this Christmas season more joyful for thousands of less fortunate children. Donations of new toys and gifts are appreciated year round so local kids don't have to wake up on Christmas morning without anything under the tree,” said Susan Eustice, divisional director, public relations & communications, The Salvation Army.
Now its third year, the family-friendly Monday Night at the Movies, presented by the Omaha World-Herald, runs consecutive Mondays through July 28. All of the outdoor movies – free and open to the public -- roll at sunset on a 26-foot inflatable screen in Turner Park.