Thursday, September 21 — Hildegard at the Castle — SOLD OUT!
St. Hildegard von Bingen returns to the Castle with a fabulous dinner featuring her own healthy recipes and a special presentation on the many herbs she used. At 5:30 p.m. you will savor a fabulously prepared dinner featuring St. Hildegard’s own health-oriented recipes from her cookbook. At 6:30 p.m., you will be treated to a talk given by Lisa Grabenbauer, owner of Prairie Star Botanicals, who will tell us about the healing properties of the many herbs used by St. Hildegard.
5:30 - 7:30 p.m., Joslyn Castle & Gardens
Saturday, October 14 — 10th Annual Thomas Rogers Kimball Architecture Presentation
Join us as we learn about the historic role of great cathedrals around the world and find out about the St. Cecilia Cathedral Plaza and Memorial Garden! Our presenters will be Martin Janousek of Leo A. Daly, and Bro. William Woeger, FSC.
10:30 a.m. - 12 p.m., Cathedral Cultural Center, O'Donnell Lecture Hall. Free event, or $5 offering to the Thomas Robert Kimball Legacy Fund.
Tuesday, October 31 — Joslyn Castle Neighborhood Halloween Party
Join us for a Halloween Party stretching from St. Cecilia Cathedral, to Joslyn Castle, and The Offutt Manor, trick-0r-treaters are in for a treat! Stop by Duchesne Academy, where students and Via Christie guests will be handing out candy and toys.
7 - 9 p.m. Free event.
Tuesday, October 31 - Thursday, November 2 — Día de los Muertos Community Ofrenda
Last year, more than 400 individuals were remembered with their names and offerings at the Community Ofrenda. Join us as we remember those who passed away this year by placing your own name(s) or personal objects in the Ofrenda in the St. Cecilia Cathedral Nash Chapel October 31 - November 2.
Ofrendas are memorial altars, usually kept in homes during the Mexican holiday of Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead.
St. Cecilia Cathedral, Nash Chapel. Free event.
Sunday, November 5 — Vintage Christmas Market
Friday, December 1 - Sunday, December 24 — Christmas Market
Shop at the Cathedral for unique, handmade Christmas gifts crafted by local artisans. You'll find international and Fair Trade products here, too!
St. Cecilia Cathedral, Sunderland Gallery. Hours TBA.
Wednesday, December 6 — St. Nicholas Dinner
Celebrate St. Nicholas Day in medieval fashion! Dramatic readings on the life of St. Nicholas, excerpts from medieval poetry and literature, and period music are made complete with a sumptuous medieval-inspired menu, fit for kings and queens!
$50/person. See website for details.
Monday, January 28 - Sunday, February 28 — Fiber Arts Show
See stunning fiber art assembled by Funtastic Fibers, a local textile art group, and Omaha Weavers and Spinners Guild, committed to improving techniques in hand-weaving and hand-spinning, and helping all weavers and spinners to achieve the highest standard of excellence.
St. Cecilia Cathedral, Sunderland Gallery. Details TBA.
Friday, January 26 - Sunday, January 28 — St. Cecilia Flower Festival
This ever-popular event returns for its 39th year as local floral designers and musicians present a burst of vibrant colors in the depth of winter.
St. Cecilia Cathedral. Details TBA.
Sunday, March 17 — Johann Sebastian Bach Birthday Concert
Celebrate JS Bach’s birthday with a concert of music for choir, instruments, soloists, and organ presented by St. Cecilia Cathedral Choir. Featuring Nathan Laube and Anthony Deon Brown, a talented local young artist whose imagination is limitless. He delights in bringing together worlds that would not exist naturally.
3 p.m., St. Cecilia Cathedral. Free event.
April — Sing Omaha Choral Concert
Join us for an afternoon of beautiful choral music presented by the Sing Omaha choirs in the sumptuous acoustics of St. Cecilia Cathedral.
Sunday, April 28 — Standing Bear Opera
5 p.m., St. Cecilia Cathedral, Sunderland Gallery.