About Us: The Omaha Beady Bunch



The Omaha Beady Bunch was founded in 1997 when a group of women who loved beads and beading decided to organize a “club” and meet monthly.  The Omaha Beady Bunch is a non-profit educational organization.  It’s purpose is to share beading knowledge and techniques regardless of one’s skill level.

The Omaha Beady Bunch meets monthly on the 4th Tuesday of each month except that no meeting is held in December.  The meetings are routinely held at Saint Andrews  Episcopal Church on 84th        and Pacific.  Meetings are held from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m.

Membership is paid annually in January and is $ 18.00 for the year.  Those joining at other times will have their dues prorated based on the number of months remaining in the year.

The Omaha Beady Bunch sponsers the Edna Perkins Project annually.  You can read more about this project by selecting it in the side bar.

A typical meeting begins with a business meeting.  The business meeting is followed by a “Show and Tell” session where members show their new completed items and tell us about them.  Then the program/project is started.

Most programs are presented by volunteer members of the organization.  On occassion, guest teachers are invited and periodically single or multiple day work shops are held.

If you love to bead, think you would love to bead, or used to bead, please join us.

If you have questions about the group, please feel free to leave a comment on this site, e-mail the site Administrator at jstinson22@outlook.com, or phone Joni at 402-493-8065.

It is a wonderful group of caring and sharing members that will make you feel at home and welcome!  We hope to see you soon.

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