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November 24-December 25

Lamplight Tours, Sidney, Neb., Fort Sidney Museum & Post Commander’s Home, tour the museum and enjoy decorations from the 1800s, (308) 254-2150.

November 25



Winterfest Gift & Craft Show, Valentine, Neb., Cherry Co. Fairgrounds-4-H building, 9:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m., (308) 748-2287.

November 28 – December 1



2006 Nebraska Cattlemen/CattleWomen Annual Convention, Lincoln, Neb., Embassy Suites, (402) 475-2333.

November 28 – December 24

Winter Wonderland, North Platte, Neb., Cody Park, daily 5-9 p.m., animated winter wonderland display of Santa’s Workshop, (308) 535-6772.

November 30

Old-Fashioned Christmas Walk, Kearney, Neb., 24th & Central Ave., 5-8 p.m., enjoy the sights and sounds of Christmas with free entertainment, live music, hayrack rides & Santa, (308) 440-8401.

 

December 1

Ethnic Holiday Festival, Omaha, Neb., Durham Western Heritage Museum, 5-9 p.m., sample ethnic foods, view traditional crafts, performances and entertainment, (402) 444-5071.

 

December 1-2

Returning to the Farm Workshop, Lincoln, Neb., downtown Holiday Inn, Meg Kester, (800) 535-3456.

December 2

Volunteer R&R (Retool and Refuel) Training Series, Grand Island, College Park, 9:30 a.m.-3 p.m.

December 2

High Plains Christmas, Gering, Neb., Farm and Ranch Museum, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., (308) 247-3387.

December 2-3

Holiday Craft Show, Gordon, Neb., United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall, (308) 282-0741.

 

December 2-10

Festival of Trees, Red Cloud, Neb., Webster County Historical Museum, 1-5 p.m., (402) 746-2444.

 

December 3

Museum Open House, Burwell, Neb., Garfield County Museum, 2-4 p.m., rooms of the museum are decorated for the holiday season, (308) 346-4696.

 

December 3

60th Annual ‘Light of the World’ Pageant, Minden, Neb., downtown square, 7 p.m., since outdoor pageant performed by over 115 volunteers of all ages, finale illuminates over 12,000 lights, (308) 832-1811.

 

December 4-5

Holiday Home Tour, Ogallala, Neb., Mansion on the Hill and others, (308) 284-2832.

 

December 5-6

Herbicide Action in Plants, Lincoln, Neb., Nebraska East Union on UNL’s East Campus, Cathy Dickinson, (402) 472-1730.

December 6

Wyoming Livestock Board Meeting, Casper, Wyo., 1 p.m, Champagne room-Parkway Plaza, Cynthia Sandoz, (307) 777-6443.

December 6

Ag Profitability Conference, LaCrosse, Kan., City Auditorium, 8:30 a.m., (800) 460-9079.

December 8

Hyannis Holiday Open House, Hyannis, Neb., 10 a.m.-4 p.m., door prizes, refreshments, Pat Dailey, (877) 450-2356.

December 8

Nebraska Soybean Day and Machinery Expo, Wahoo, Neb., Saunders Co. Farigrounds, 8:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m., Keith Glewen, (800) 529-8030.

December 9

Annual NATPA Best in the West Indoor Tractor Pull, Ogallala, Neb., 9 a.m. MT, Chamber office (308) 284-4066 or Tim Jimenez (308) 284-4330.

December 9-10

Star of Bethlehem Planetarium Program, Fremont, Neb., Swanson Hall of Science, (402) 941-6054.

 

December 11

Spatial Data Gathering, Processing and Interpretation, Lincoln, Neb., LW Chase Hall on UNL’s East Campus, (402) 624-8000.

December 14

Hometown Christmas, Curtis, Neb., Main Street, 2-8 p.m., hayrack rides, caroling, open house, (308) 367-4122.

January 5-6

Returning to the Farm Workshop, Lincoln, Neb., downtown Holiday Inn, Meg Kester, (800) 535-3456.


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