Plains Edition Ag Events
Boo at the Zoo, Lincoln, Neb., Folsom Children’s Zoo, 5:30-8 p.m., (402) 475-6741.
Western Nebraska Literary Festival, Kearney, Neb., at UNK, contact Stan Struble, (402) 758-1262.
Fall Craft Show, Crawford, Neb., community building, (308) 665-1427.
Fall Home & Garden Expo, Omaha, Neb., Qwest Center, (402) 346-8003.
Downtown Halloween Festival, Hastings, Neb., pumpkin carving contests, pie eating contests, cider and other harvest treats, (402) 461-8413.
Goblins and Ghouls on the Square, Burwell, Neb., downtown, 4 p.m., parade, (308) 346-5210.
Ag at the Crossroads Conference, Lincoln, Neb., Nebraska East Union on UNL’s East Campus, 8 a.m., (402) 472-2821.
A River Runs Through It Show, Grand Island, Neb., Prairie Winds Art Center, show inspired by the magic and mystery of water, (308) 381-4001.
Nebraska’s Official Veterans Day Parade, Bellevue, Neb., 10 a.m., Mission Avenue, (402) 898-3000.
Holiday Craft Fair, Gering, Neb., Civic Center, (308) 436-6886.
Nebraska Youth Beef Leadership Symposium, Lincoln, Neb., University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s Animal Science Complex.
WIFE 30th Anniversary National Convention, Sioux Falls, S.D., Best Western Ramkota Hotel, Tammy Basel, (605) 985-5205.
Insurance Workshop, Hastings, Neb., Holiday Inn, (800) 535-3456.
Veteran’s Day Parade, Central City, Neb., 2 p.m., Main Street, (308) 946-3897.
Veteran’s Day Program, North Platte, Neb., 2 p.m., 20th Century Veteran’s Memorial, (308) 532-6579.
Cowboy Christmas, North Platte, Neb., concerts, crafts, clinics, kids rodeo, Shelli Arensdorf, (308) 530-0391, (308) 530-4396 or (308) 532-6721.
Gateway Farm Expo, Kearney, Neb., fairgrounds, (877) 720-4885.
Southeast Wyoming Western Nebraska Beef Production Convention, Torrington, Wyo., Rendezvous Center, 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Aaron Berger, (308) 235-3122.
Winterfest Gift & Craft Show, Valentine, Neb., Cherry Co. Fairgrounds-4-H building, 9:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m., (308) 748-2287.
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