This Month’s Excursion:

This month’s 100 Things excursion will be to Omaha’s Joslyn Art Museum, followed by lunch at Noli’s Pizzeria and dessert at Coneflower Creamery.

About the Joslyn: Joslyn Art Museum was a generous gift to the people of Omaha from Sarah H. Joslyn (1851–1940) in memory of her husband, George A. Joslyn (1848–1916). The extraordinary Art Deco building was hailed not only as an important addition to the city of Omaha, but to modern American architecture as well. In 1938 it was listed among the 100 finest buildings in the United States. Today it is known as the principal fine arts museum in Omaha.

About Noli’s Pizzeria: Inspired by the Italian Pizzeria slices of New York City, Noli’s brings quality traditional, artisan pizza to Omaha’s Blackstone district by using seasonal and local ingredients.

About Coneflower Creamery: Tim and Lisa Trudell’s book, 100 Things to Do in Omaha Before You Die, nods toward Coneflower Creamery for its iconic butterbrickle ice cream, first introduced in the 1920s by the Blackstone Hotel.

Call or email the library to RSVP to this month’s excursion!


About 100 Things:

Based on Tim and Lisa Trudell’s book 100 Things to Do in Omaha Before You Die, this program takes patrons on a tour around Omaha’s most interesting attractions, activities, restaurants, and more.

Referred to as the Gateway to the west, Omaha has so much to offer, from history, hiking, and an exciting local beer scene to great food. We take you on a tour of the city’s unique and interesting sites and include some fun facts and helpful tips.

So far, the 100 Things To Do group of patrons from the Agnes Robinson Waterloo Public Library have visited Memorial Stadium (go Huskers!), the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts, the Gerald R. Ford Conservation Center, and more. Stay tuned for next month’s 100 Things activity!