Living History Day --Sunday -September 25th, 2016
11 am - 5 pm
Fun Filled Day, lots of activities, displays, and hands on displays.
12:30 – 1:30 pm Rick Moore - Vietnam War and gun collection
1:30 National History Day group performance.
"The Brutalities American soldiers encountered in WWII Japanese POW"
by Trey Stutheit, Jaxson Balm & Wyatt Nickels
2pm Speaker from the National Homestead Monument
Watermelon seed spitting contest at 3:15pm.
Try your hand at one of the pioneer games or make a corn husk doll
Blacksmithing, rope making, homemade bread & butter making, apple cider pressing, hands on fun with corn shelling, corn sorting, pumping water, "old time cooking and washing, help tie a quilt --just to name a few of the activities.
Scavenger Hunt and win a prize.
Diplays of small engines, tractors, trucks, cars, --
*******Lunch will be available - starting at 11:30am *******
(Thanks to the Woodmen of the World for their help & donation)
Snacks of ice cream cones, snow cones available all day.
If you have an “old” or unique car, truck, tractor that you are willing to share that day, please contact Maxine Schatz 402 274-3735 Ruth Norvell 402 274-8318 or Lonnie Neddenriep 868 -6615 for more information .
Nemaha Valley Museum Annual Meeting
Wednesday Oct 12th. at the Nemaha Valley Museum
(Note new date and place)
6:00pm Social time
6:30 Dinner served.
Please RSVP to Ruth Norvell 402 274-8318 by Oct 10th.
Christmas on the Square
First Sunday in December (Dec. 4, 2016)
1:00 - 4:00pm
Hot chocolate, cider & cookies
Children’s Craft Corner
Santa Clasus arrives at 1 pm and leaves for the North Pole at 3:00 pm
Come share an afternoon with family and friends. Enjoy the Christmas Spirit thoughout the Nemaha Valley Museum at 1423 19th St.