About 2nd Annual Festival
The Purpose and Mission of the One community cultural festival are to promote, celebrate, and share diversity of the cultures, traditions, and people in Omaha and the surrounding areas to build better understanding, relationships, and acceptance for one another through dance, song, food, and commerce at our annual community festival.
Cultural diversity is a beautiful and beneficial aspect to our community. Ideas, traditions, values, and knowledge have been important parts of Omaha. We accept all people, regardless of race, ethnicity, age, gender, religion, disabilities, and sexual orientation.
Our Vision is to create a community where all individuals feel safe, accepted, and are free to express their cultures and traditions without fear, judgment, or shame. our core values include Harmony, Compassion, and Inclusion.
“THE BEAUTY OF THE WORLD LIES IN THE DIVERSITY OF ITS PEOPLE.”
The 2022 One Community Cultural Festival (OCCF) is dedicated to all Frontline Healthcare Workers and First Responders who put their lives at risk during the COVID pandemic. To show appreciation and gratitude to these essential workers, OCCF will gift the first 300 healthcare workers and first responders with a complimentary meal voucher to use at the Festival on Sunday, September 18. Limit one per person; must have a valid ID.
*Vouchers have no cash value outside of the event, cannot be exchanged for money, and can only be used at participating food vendors at the festival.
Date: Sunday, September 18th, 2022
Time: 1pm – 8pm
Place: Stinson Park, AKsarben Village (2285 S 67th St, Omaha)
Come join the festivities as we celebrate the diversity of Omaha! Enjoy a fun day with the family with a variety of food, live cultural performances, arts and crafts, children’s activities, and so much more! We hope to see you there!