Audubon's Rowe Sanctuary presents: "Frank Conversation: Renewable Energy in Nebraska," presented by Will Stoutamire of the Frank Museum; Stanley Clouse, Kearney Mayor; and Lu Nelson, Center for Rural Affairs, as part of Rowe's annual Sandhill Crane migration speaker series. This is a free event; no reservations are required.
Celebrate the holiday season! You and your family are invited to join us on Saturday, December 8th, at 5pm for the 2nd Annual Salon Miniature Chamber Concert. FREE and open to the public. Featuring: Piano - Jayoung Hong Violin - Deborah Kang Cello - Yoo-Jung Chang Mezzo-Soprano - Sharon Campbell Oboe - Heidi Farrell
Join us for a FREE evening of poetry with Maria Nazos and Kevin Nenstiel.
Join us for a reading by the next Reynolds Visiting Writer, Traci Brimhall. Brimhall is the author of three books of poetry, including Saudade (Copper Canyon Press, 2017), Our Lady of the Ruins (W.W. Norton, 2012), and Rookery (Southern Illinois University Press, 2010). She is currently an assistant professor at Kansas State University. She has […]
Join us as we celebrate the arrival of spring with a UNK Violin-Piano Recital! FREE and open to the public. Violin – Colton Hervert; Elizabeth Pobaz Piano – Dr. Ting-Lan Chen Program: - Edmund Severn, Polish Dance for Violin and Piano - Jacques Fereol Mazas, Etudes Speciales, Op. 36 Book 1, No. 8: Andante espressivo […]
Prairie Art Brothers' Front Porch Poetry Series presents an evening of poetry with P. Ivan Young and Jeff Schade. FREE and Open to the Public. Light refreshments provided.
Join us on Saturday, May 5th, for the Soil Sisters and Misters Garden Club's annual Plant Exchange! Bring your perennials, extra annuals, seeds, or houseplants to share. Donations go to landscaping at the Frank Museum. Need plants? Come and get some! You don't need to bring plants to take some home. Early Drop-off: Friday, May […]
Reveal of the new exhibits and interpretation at the recently restored Frank Museum Program: Music and Dance; Special Guided Tours; Refreshments provided Notable Changes: New exhibit: Form and Function: European and American Decorative Arts (featuring works by Tiffany, Steuben, Meissen, and more) New exhibit: The White Plague Comes to Kearney: A History of the Nebraska […]
Presenting Sam Umland and Laura Jensen. It's the most fun you can have on a Tuesday night! hear some great poetry and join the poets for refreshments and discussion afterward.
Poetry reading at the GW Frank Museum of History and Culture will feature poets Matt Mason and Paul Powell. Admission is free.
Poets Amy Plettner and Steven Warren will read from their works. Plettner is a resident of southeast Nebraska and the author of “Undoing Orion’s Belt.” Warren lives in Kearney and studied poetry at the UNK. The event, presented by Prairie Art Brothers, includes a reception following the reading.