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Every year, Dundee becomes very festive for the holidays. That includes lighting up all the trees in the downtown district as well as hosting Lights on Dundee.

This year, they shut down the streets leading into the downtown district.

Festivities included hayrack rides, photos with Santa and Mrs. Claus, free hot chocolate, and more.

At the Better Homes & Gardens Real Estate's office in Dundee, kids could play "I Spy" while interacting with the Grinch.

Lights on Dundee - Better Homes & Gardens Real Estate Office

 

Mr and Mrs Claus at Lights on Dundee

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Save time and money, and sign up for monthly membership car wash!

Rather than paying ‘per wash’ why not pay a monthly rate instead and get your car washed as often as you’d like? That’s right, these companies offer you unlimited car wash for a fixed monthly rate. Members gain access to Fast Lanes where they enjoy priority service and skip the usual long lines. Others also have Members Only areas where members get to lounge and relax while their car gets washed.

Below is a list of the top car wash clubs in the Omaha Area. It includes their Location, Membership Perks, and their Rates. Check them out and see which one you like most.

 

CLUB CAR WASH

contact@clubcarwash.com
(833) 416 - 9975

Club Car Wash opened their first branch as Tiger

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In an effort to move towards sustainability and to save money, many homeowners have been embracing thrifting for both furniture and décor alike. Not only can thrifted wares be a lovely addition to a home, but they also tend to be more affordable than many new options. The city of Omaha offers plenty in terms of re-purposed decor, furniture, and beyond. Here are some excellent options to inspire a thrifty journey.


Photo by S O C I A L . C U T on Unsplash

Goodwill has multiple area locations, from Papillion to West Omaha to Council Bluffs. In fact, Goodwill has 17 area locations for shopping and donations, making it convenient from anywhere in the metro. While they mostly provide low-cost clothing, Goodwill also stocks area rugs, small appliances,

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Need to get your kids out of the house?

During winter months the weather outside can get a bit too chilly, and in the summer it can get way too hot. 

Don't you worry, we've got you covered. 

Here’s a list of Play Areas, Sports Complexes, and Playgrounds in the Omaha Area that are all INDOORS.


Approach Climbing Gym

4923 S 72nd Street, Omaha, NE 68127
402.502.5879
staff@omaharockgym.com

RATES
$33 – First Time Visitor Orientation (FTVO)
$18 – Open Climbing
$7/hour – Kids Room

10-Visit Pass
$162 – All Users
$50 – Kids Room (Ages 2-5)

All activities are by appointment only until further notice.

All first time visitors are required to participate in First Time Visitor Orientation (FTVO) covering all gym rules, necessary

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If you are looking to hold an estate sale (or if you want to attend one), we've compiled a list of several estate sale companies in Omaha.

Please let us know if we missed one.

If you are looking for a calendar of upcoming sales, I've found EstateSales.net to be a great resource.

 

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In the snow days of winter, sometimes the last thing you want to do is cook a nutritious meal for yourself and/or your family. Luckily for us all, the Omaha area boasts an incredible amount of locally-owned eateries and locally-owned franchises that can satisfy even the pickiest of eaters. Read on for some solid healthy dishes that still taste good to go, and support your favorite restaurants when they need it most.

Longtime West O favorite Railcar Modern American Kitchen has a number of great healthy dishes that lend themselves to “to go” success. Chef and owner Jared Clarke suggests his Seattle BBQ Salmon. This meal consists of North Road Certified Sustainable Faroe island salmon, with a soy and pomegranate molasses glaze, yukon mashed potato, and

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Few people can claim to enjoy the hectic moving process, with all of those pieces of the puzzle jostling around simultaneously… Changing your address. Getting WiFi hooked up. Packing, cleaning, unpacking, then more cleaning. Oftentimes, the organization of a home prior to moving can help make that transition to a new space much more pleasant. To ease that burden and learn more about services offered right here in the Omaha area, we chatted with Lisa Tonjes Moritz from HOPE Organizing. Since 2019, most of the business has tightened its focus on the niche of photo and memorabilia organizing, with some general home and office organizing sprinkled in.

HOPE helps families and businesses organize, preserve, share and celebrate their memories. That

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Get a head start on spring cleaning with a full home purge! Not only will this make your eventual moving process smoother, but it can be a soothing way to spend a day or four. In fact, numerous studies have shown that clutter can actually increase cortisol production in your body; cortisol is the stress hormone, so practice some self-care by getting rid of the unnecessary things around you. Check out these seven charities in Omaha that will accept donations of your gently used, purged home items.

 

Habitat for Humanity

Habitat for Humanity Omaha aims to support financial independence through affordable homeownership. The Habitat ReStore accepts in-kind donations of materials to help keep costs low for clients. According to the website, “We accept

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A key component of selling a home, even in the current seller’s market, is proper staging. To learn the ins and outs of this service, we tapped local business woman Lisa Conover with Rearranged for Change. Conover focuses on superior home staging, which is the art of making your house aesthetically pleasing to attract potential buyers.

Rearranged For Change has been staging homes in Omaha and the surrounding areas for 15 years. “We were one of the first staging companies in Omaha, like we had to explain what it was to homeowners and agents. It was about that time that HGTV had introduced some shows about home staging and it was from that we (my business partner Liz Cooley and I) gained our inspiration”, shared the staging aficionado. Both Cooley and

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A handmade wreath tied with ribbon and bells. A festive snowman stationed in your yard. Twinkling lights that adorn your home. All of these can signal that the holiday season has arrived, but only one of these can cause intense frustration year after year. Putting up outdoor lighting is always a chore, but in some years due to weather, it can actually be quite dangerous. For homeowners who’ve considered outsourcing this tedious task, we’ve done the legwork for you! 

 

Courtesy of Brite Ideas 

 

To learn all about outdoor holiday lighting and more, we chatted with Josh Scearcy, the Vice President of Business Development at Brite Ideas Decorating. Brite Ideas is actually a longtime Omaha landmark; the company was founded in Omaha by Travis

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