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Building a Better Community

Casa de la Cultura is more than just an organization; it's a beacon of cultural celebration and community empowerment. Through our flagship events, Cinco de Mayo Omaha and Fiesta Omaha, we bring together people from all walks of life to revel in the vibrancy of ethnic diversity. Rooted in Mexican expression, Casa has evolved into a catalyst for academic and personal growth, offering scholarships, internships, and workforce development opportunities for young individuals.

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Local Impact


Over 200,000 Attendees

Each year, our festivals attract over 200,000 attendees, earning recognition from TripAdvisor as one of the top Cinco de Mayo events in the U.S.


Economic Boost

The annual Cinco de Mayo Omaha festival injects over $7.5 million dollars back into the local economy, bolstering small businesses and fostering growth along historic South 24th Street.



Drawing visitors from six surrounding states, our festivals reflect the rich tapestry of diversity, with Latinos comprising approximately 65% of attendees.


Community Investment

Since 2005, Casa de la Cultura has contributed over $100,000 to beautify and maintain the planters along South 24th Street, preserving the area's cultural heritage and vitality.


Educational Support

With a commitment to nurturing future leaders, Casa has donated over $250,000 to scholarships and internships, empowering students to pursue higher education and achieve their dreams.

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