Plains Edition Ag Events
National Day of the Cowboy Celebration, Ainsworth, Neb., entertainment, breakfast, ranch rodeo, trail ride and more, (866) 387-2740.
Nebraska Star Party, Valentine, Neb., Merritt Reservoir, astronomical observing, beach party, contests, canor and tubing trip, Doug Bell, (402) 489-8197.
Harvest Festival, Wauneta, Neb., Main Street, parade, dance, BBQ, games, Brenda Anderson, (308) 394-5720.
Sommerfest, Grand Island, Neb., German celebration with ethnic foods, free entertainment, Gloria Otradovsky, (308) 382-9337.
17th Annual Kites & Castles, Ogallala, Neb., Lake McConaughy, kite flying and sand castle building contest, food, live music and family fun, (308) 284-4066.
July 30-August 2
National Walnut Council Meeting, Nebraska City, Neb., Lied Lodge and Conference Center, Dennis Adams, (402) 472-5822.
30th Annual Merrick County Fair Demolition Derby, Central City, Neb., limited weld derby-outside weld only, (308) 946-2331 or (308) 940-0028.
Precision Ag Field Day, Great Bend, Kan., Expo Complex, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Richard Snell, (620) 793-1910.
Sandhills Hawg Stop Riders Festival, Brownlee, Neb., live music, food, vendors, Troy Stonacek, (402) 730-1871.
Brady Days, Brady, Neb., citywide, parade, turtle races, sports tournaments, BBQ and dance, Jeaninne Davis, (308) 584-3316.
Brule Day, Brule, Neb., Barton Park, breakfast, penny scramble, flower show, dance and more, (308) 287-2302.
Games & Good Times, Grand Island, Neb., Stuhr Museum, parlor games, blacksmith games, horseshoes, marbles and more, Stephanie King, (308) 385-5316.
38th Annual Harvest Festival, Trenton, Neb., Main St. & City Park, parade, horseshoes, car show, BBQ, dance, craft fair, team penning, Linda Drain, (308) 334-5680.
Iron Horse Biker Bash, Lewellen, Neb., live entertainment, food, vendors, Darrel Morrow, (308) 778-5879.
Beef 706 Course, Lincoln, Neb., UNL’s Animal Science Complex, Misty Mattox, (800) 421-5326.
Start a dialogue, stay on topic and be civil.
If you don't follow the rules, your comment may be deleted.
User Legend: Moderator Trusted User
Shortly after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066 prompting the relocation of West Coast residents of Japanese descent to camps, including one near Granada, Colo., known as…