The Omaha Press Club
New Delivery/Takeout Service
Check out our new Delivery/Takeout Service, available for the First National Bank building and First National Bank Tower between 11:30 a.m. and 2 p.m., Mondays through Fridays. Check out the menu here.
To promote excellence in communications and media professions through fellowship, education and advocacy of freedom of information.
Membership to the Omaha Press Club is not limited just to the media. Membership is open to everyone. Our dues are among the lowest in the country for a private city club. We have much to offer for your membership including regular events, reciprocal club use, an executive chef providing fine or casual dining, free parking, free rooms for your private events and press conferences. You can become a member by simply filling out and submitting an application to the business office. You can have your membership billed to you on a monthly or annual basis.
Lunch: 11:30am-2:00pm Monday-Friday
Dinner: 5:30pm-close Thursday-Saturday
Happy Hour: 4pm-6pm Tuesday-Saturday
Omaha Mayor Jean Stothert will be the next “Face” on Nov. 9.
Friday, Nov. 9 – Mayor Jean Stothert “Face on the Barroom Floor”
Reception: 5:30 p.m.
Dinner: 6:30 p.m.
OPC Members: $55; Nonmembers: $65
To make your reservation online, click here.
Or call 402-345-8008 to RSVP.
Thursday, Oct. 18 Noon Education Forum Don Bacon-Kara Eastman Congressional debate Noon to 1 p.m. Lunch begins at 11:30 a.m. Open to the public – $17
Thursday, Nov. 8 Noon Education Forum featuring Dr. Cheryl Logan – OPS Superintendent (rescheduled from September), 11:30 lunch, 12-1 Forum – $17
Thursday, Nov. 8 Past Presidents Dinner 5:30 p.m. social, 6 p.m. dinner, – $28
Friday, Nov. 9 “Face on the Barroom Floor” Omaha Mayor Jean Stothert – $55 members; $65 non-members
All reservations must be cancelled 48 hours in advance to avoid a cancellation fee.
The Omaha Press Club Face on the Barroom Floor honors newsmakers who have had an impact on the community.
The caricatures are drawn by artist Jim Horan who worked for the Omaha World-Herald when he began drawing the Faces in 1971.