Plains Ag Events
Nutrient Management Plan Workshop, Omaha, Neb., Comfort Inn and Suites Hotel, Teshome Regassa, (402) 472-0409.
March 12 – 13
Triumph of Ag Expo, Omaha, Neb., Qwest Center, (800) 475-7469.
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St. Patrick’s Day Celebration, O’Neill, Neb., grand parade, Mulligan stew, fun run, art show, children’s carnival, fish fry and performances by Irish dancers, (402) 336-2355.
Farm Toy Show, Fremont, Neb., Christensen Field, (402) 433-4848.
Lancaster Antique Show, Lincoln, Neb., State Fair Park, Ag Hall, (402) 489-7784.
UNL Extension Crop Scout Training, Mead, Neb., Agricultural Research and Development Center, Keith Glewen, (402) 624-8030.
Tree Care Workshop, Mead, Neb., UNL Ag Research and Development Center, Auditorium, Chip Murrow, (402) 472-1382.
Tree Care Workshop, Norfolk, Neb., NE Community College, Lifelong Learning Center, Chip Murrow, (402) 472-1382.
17th Annual Fonner Park Classic Car Show & Rumbles Dance, Grand Island, Neb., (308) 384-5445.
Winds of Life: Windmills Across Nebraska Event, Minden, Neb., view the sculptures before they are auctioned to permanent homes, (402) 687-2103.
Nebraska Beef Ambassador Contest, Kearney, Neb., NE Beef Council Office, 10 a.m., three divisions, contact Candice Davis, (308) 327-2243.
21st Annual Orchid Show, Omaha, Neb., Lauritzen Gardens, (402) 734-4112.
April 7 – May 15
Between Fences – Smithsonian Touring Exhibit, Aurora, Neb., Plainsman Museum, expolore how the fence is entwined with American history, agriculture, politics, industry and daily life, (402) 694-6531.
Spring Festival Craft Show, Kearney, Neb., Buffalo Co. Fairgrounds, (308) 440-0153.
Festival of Quilts, Chadron, Neb., Assumption Arena, quilt show, competition, displays, vendors, programs, and demonstrations, (308) 432-4041.
ABATE Dist. 8 Motorcycle Show & Swap Meet, Hastings, Neb., Adams Co. Fairgrounds, (308) 647-6933.
Nebraska Outdoors Expo, Kearney, Neb., Firstier Event Center, family-oriented, archery, boating, camping, dog training, fishing wildlife viewing, (308) 237-3494.
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