Pretty Things Burlesque Show blends sexy circus sideshow stunts, burlesque and caberet to create a new genre of entertainment called Broadville (hot broads + vaudeville). It's the best of fire-eating, sword swallowing, whip cracking, and more, along with traditional 1930s-style burlesque and modern rockabilly-style numbers. The cast include sword swallowing sensation Brianna Belladonna, the Impressaria of Undress, Go-Go Amy, Word Famous Pin-Up Model and the Ballerina of the Blades, Frankie Sin and the Dapper Dan of Danger, Mr. Donny V.
See all 22 of their big acts in this amazing, one of a kind show including juggling, whip-cracking, human blockhead, ladder of swords, straight-jacket escape, sword swallowing, classic burlesque, Chinese execution blade box, belly dance, comedy, magic, and more! The star-studded cast has been seen on TV in AMC's Freakshow, NY Ink, Miami INK, Mob City and How I Met Your Mother. You've seen them gracing the pages of ocuntless magazines and on stages all around the world, and it's your chance to see them live on stage at the Scottish Rite theater!
They will be performing in the Scottish Rite theater on March 10. Tickets are $15 ($16.52 including service fee) and can be reserved at www.brownpapertickets.com.
Join us for our famous Corned Beef and Cabbage feed on Monday, March 17, 2014 at the Lincoln Scottish Rite (332 Centennial Mall S.) from 11 am until 7 pm. Plates are $10/each, and carry-out plates are available.
Call ahead for multiple to-go orders for your office at (402) 435-2144.
Join us for a St. Patrick's Day Corned Beef and Cabbage Feed at the Scottish Rite Masonic Center on Monday, March 17, 2014 from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. Plates of freshly made corned beef and cabbage are $10 and include water or soda. Carry-out plates are available. Call (402) 342-1300 for more information or for large carry-out orders.
Open to all Scottish Rite Masons, family members, guests and friends, and the public.
Join us for social time beginning at 5:30, followed by dinner at 6:00 prepared by the Culinary Masters. The Lodge of Perfection meeting will follow for Scottish Rite Masons in the Lodge room. Please call the Scottish Rite Masonic Center at (402) 342-1300 to make your reservations for the dinner and meeting.
Dinner is open to members, guests, prospective members, and family. Cost is $10/person for dinner. Baby sitting available. Please call the office for reservations or more information.
Since 1851 Scottish Rite has been a force in the Nebraska Masonic World. Although records show that when Albert Pike, 33°, Grand Commander, visited Omaha he stated he wasn’t sure the Valley would ever become very strong. Leadership since that time has proven him wrong.
There was a strong Masonic movement in Omaha in the early 1900’s when the Masonic Building at 19th and Douglas, the Scottish Rite Masonic Center (SRMC) were built, Job’s Daughters, Omaha Masonic Home for Boys (now Omaha Home for Boys) and Rainbow International were established here in Omaha. Even the second Chapter of DeMolay (now oldest) was charted on the second floor of the SRMC in that time frame.
Please take time to tour our website and if you pass our door in downtown Omaha, please stop by to tour our building or just to say hello. We are open from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM, Monday through Friday.
Welcome to the Omaha Valley of Scottish Rite website. Since the mid 1800’s we have served as one of the Cornerstones of Freemasonry in Nebraska. The Scottish Rite Masonic Center is located at 20th and Douglas Street in Omaha, Nebraska. This neo-classical building is the pillar of Masonry in downtown Omaha.
Our motto, "To do that which is right to do," Morality – Education –Charity, is the philosophy that helps us set our objectives. Our goals are to educate our members in the Masonic ideals, to help children communicate through our RiteCare™ Language Disorder Clinic, help educate our future leaders with scholarships to University of Nebraska at Omaha and the support of other Masonic Organizations.
Curtis Edic, 33°
Joining the Scottish Rite builds your character and opens a social network of men who have
been on the same journey. If not for Scottish Rite there may never be a chance to meet some
but as a member you would find them a friend.