The Admiral Theater
2234 S 13th St
Omaha, NE
April 13, 2024
5pm - 10pm
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The Cure Starts Now

Event Details

Join us for an evening of fun at The Admiral Theater! Enjoy raffles, carnival games, music, prizes, cash bar, food, a bounce house, silent auction, and so much more. All proceeds from this event benefit the Nebraska (Jimmy the Great) Chapter of The Cure Starts Now in honor of Jimmy Moran to fund pediatric brain cancer research.

All ages are welcome! Parking at the theater and street parking will both be available.

Registration Info

Entry tickets
Adults - $10
Youth (ages 12 & under) - $5
Includes entrance to the event and food.

Online registration closes April 12 at midnight. Registration will be available day of. 

Jimmy Bucks will be available for purchase at the event to spend on carnival games.
10 for $5 or 20 for $8

Register by March 15th to receive our Early Bird Bonus of 10 free Jimmy Bucks!

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Why We Fight

Jimmy Moran was a special kid. He loved to make people laugh.  He always had a smile on his face. He loved to make up games, draw, play baseball, he was a black belt, loved to play with his dog, and was the best son, brother, grandson, nephew, cousin, and friend.

Our world came crashing down when Jimmy suddenly developed double vision. What we had initially thought was just a lazy eye turned out to be a terrible diagnosis on January 27, 2022—DIPG. We were told that there were clinical trials, but none had been successful in curing DIPG and they would likely just provide Jimmy a few more months. Finding out that our perfectly healthy son would likely die within a year was absolutely devastating. 

Jimmy made a to-do list during one of his hospital stays.  One of the items on his list was “Be happy for no reason”.   He lived that every day, up until he went to heaven on September 2, 2022.   As hard as it is, we try to live by Jimmy’s words and find our own happiness.  Right now, the best way we know how to do that is by working towards our goal of finding a cure for DIPG.

Learn more about Jimmy's story.


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