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Plains Edition Ag Calendar for 11-27-10

November 20-December 31

• 28th Annual Festival of Trees, Hastings, Neb., Hastings Museum, more than 50 decorated trees on display, (800) 508-4629.

November 22-December 31



• Fantasy of Trees, Grand Island, Neb., Stuhr Museum, beautiful Christmas tree display, (308) 385-5316.

November 26-December 31



• Winter Festival, Beatrice, Neb., Homestead National Monument of America, entertainment, special programs, (402) 223-3514.

November 27

• Parade of Lights, Kimball, Neb., arrival of Santa and downtown displays, (308) 235-3782.

November 30

• 4-H Robotics Training for Adults/Leaders, Wood River, Neb., First United Methodist Church, 1-5 p.m., Ashley Benes, (308) 385-5088.

December 1-31

• In The Spirit, Grand Island, Neb., Prairie Winds Art Center, holiday fantasy of art and gifts to put you into the Christmas spirit, (308) 381-4001.

December 2

• Beef Quality Assurance Certification, Harrison, Neb., Courthouse, Scott Cotton instructor, (308) 668-2428.

• Christmas Parade of Lights, Ogallala, Neb., downtown, (308) 284-4066.

• Mountain Lion Discussion Meeting, Chadron, Neb., 4-H building, Dawes Co. fairgrounds, 7 p.m., (308) 432-3373.

December 4

• 4th Annual Western Sustainable Ag Crops and Livestock Conference, Ogallala, Neb., Platte River Inn, Karen DeBoer, (308) 254-4455.

• Christmas on the Prairie, Gering, Neb., Scotts Bluff National Monument, historic celebration, (308) 436-9700.

December 4-12

• Christmas Past and Present, Grand Island, Neb., Stuhr Museum, lamp lit tours of Railroad Town, cooking, live music of an authentic 1890s holiday, (308) 385-5316.

• 23rd Annual Christmas Tree Walk, Kearney, Neb., Trails & Rails Museum, dozens of Christmas trees, exhibits, visits from Mrs. Claus and more, (308) 234-3041.

• Festival of Trees, Red Cloud, Neb., Webster Co. Historical Museum, themed trees will be on display, (402) 746-2444.

December 5

• Old-Fashioned Christmas, Potter, Neb., downtown, food, caroling, horse drawn wagon rides, crafts and more, (308) 879-4451.

December 6

• Christmas Downtown, Chappell, Neb., rides for children on the fire engine, pictures with Santa and food vendors, (308) 874-2401.

December 5-12

• 15th Annual Christmas Tree and Wreath Festival, Alliance, Neb., Knight Museum and Sandhills Center, themed trees and wreaths, nightly entertainment, (308) 762-2384.

December 5 & 12

• Christmas at the Bowring, Merriman, Neb., Arthur Bowring Sandhills Ranch SHP, fun-filled evening including a delicious meal and entertainment, (308) 684-3428.

December 8-10

• Nebraska Cattlemen & Nebraska CattleWomen Annual Convention, Kearney, Neb., Holiday Inn, (402) 475-2333.

• Nebraska Power Farming Show, Lincoln, Neb., Lancaster Event Center, indoor farm show, (515) 223-5119 .

December 11-31

• Shining Light Celebration, Gothenburg, Neb., KOA Campground, more than 10,000 lights, music, visit Santa and enjoy warm apple cider, (308) 537-7387.

December 14

• Beef Quality Assurance Certification, Chadron, Neb., UNL Extension, Scott Cotton instructor, (308) 432-3373.

December 16

• Jim Gerrish Grazing Seminar, Alliance, Neb., Country Club, 10 a.m., Scott Cotton, (308) 432-3373.

• Jim Gerrish Grazing Seminar, Kimball, Neb., Events Center, 5 p.m., Aaron Berger, (308) 235-3122.

December 17

• Bonus Ranching Seminar, Halsey, Neb., State 4-H Camp, 8:30 a.m. start, (308) 432-3373, (308) 546-0636.

January 5

• Beef Quality Assurance Certification, Gordon, Neb., Gordon Livestock, Scott Cotton instructor, (308) 237-2312.

January 26

• Brands Seminar, Chadron, Neb., UNL Extension Office, 1 p.m., Scott Cotton, (308) 432-3373.


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