There are many events this weekend to memorialize the events of 9/11. Gov. Heineman has ordered flags at half staff on Sunday.
The Strategic Air and Space Museum (Ashland) will host “9/11: Ten Years Later” on Saturday, September 10, 2911, at 10 am. Here’s their promo:
How has your life changed since September 11, 2001? The Strategic Air & Space Museum is opening a new display on September 10th remembering that horrific day and how it has changed all of our lives.
Amid all the poignant remembrances, let’s keep in mind that there is hope beyond this earthly life! Please consider attending the congregation of your choosing this weekend, if you don’t regularly attend, and reconnect with your faith.
Omaha Archbishop George Lucas celebrates a memorial Mass on September 11 at 9:30 am at St. Cecelia Cathedral, 701 N 40th St.
Many churches will ring bells at noon in commemoration. Many will also host special events.
At 1:30, there will be a remembrance ceremony at Memorial Park’s 9/11 Tribute of Flags.
There will be a free concert by the Omaha Symphony and Air Force Heartland of America Band at 6:30 p.m. in Turner Park (31/Dodge). In case of severe weather, the event will be moved to the Holland Performing Arts Center (12/Douglas).
Lutheran Church of the Master West (181st N of Dodge) hosts Sing Omaha’s adult choir, Canticum,with Orchestra Omaha in a 7 p.m. performance.