Plains Edition Ag Events
May Days, Broken Bow, Neb., celebrate spring in central Nebraska with live entertainment, farmers market, (308) 872-6137.
7th Annual Shut UP & Fish Walleye Tournament, Ogallala, Neb., Lake McConaughy, (308) 778-5879.
From Recipe to Reality seminar, Lincoln, Neb., UNL’s East Campus, Jill Gifford, (402) 472-2819.
Sandhills Cattle Association’s Annual Convention, Gordon, Neb., Gordon-Rushville High School, 8:30 a.m., (402) 376-2310 or 1-800-658-0551.
38th Annual Country & Western Jamboree, Springview, Neb., 8 p.m., Dist. 56 Multi Purpose Area, (402) 497-2157.
Memorial Day Living History Weekend, Kearney, Neb., Fort Kearny State Historical Park, a weekend filled with demonstrations, cannon firing daily at 2 p.m., (308) 865-5305.
Camp Clarke Raiders Spring Rendezvous, Bridgeport, Neb., a celebration of the traditions of hunters and trappers with powder shoots, knife and hawk throws, spear competitions, (308) 262-1415.
Memorial Day Weekend Celebration, Fullerton, Neb., Broken Arrow Wilderness, concerts, figure 8 races, ATV rodeo, demo derby and food vendors, (308) 536-2441.
Old Glory Days, Maywood, Neb., Main Street, all day celebration includes a parade, BBQ, children’s games and dance, (308) 362-4282.
Nebraska Cattlemen’s/CattleWomen’s Midyear Meeting, Holdrege, Neb., Middle School, (402) 475-2333 or (308) 762-3005.
2006 Unicameral Youth Conference, Lincoln, Neb., Nebraska State Capitol, Bob Meduna, (402) 472-9582.
Take a Leap – Discover 4-H workshop, Lexington, Neb., Dawson County Fairgrounds, 9:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m., contact Extension Office in your county.
Ash Hollow Pageant, Lewellen, Neb., Ash Hollow State Park, Misty Biel (308) 284-8960.
Take a Leap – Discover 4-H workshop, Mitchell, Neb., Scotts Bluff County Fairgrounds, 9:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m., contact Extension Office in your county.
Cheyenne Frontier Days, Cheyenne, Wyo., (800) 227-6336.
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