The Sixties at 60 and My Antonia at 100!

Kearney Public Library 2020 1st Ave, Kearney

Yes, the Sixties changed everything, even the way we read and the reasons we read. Or, rather, the Sixties unloosed a chain of changes that still influence readers, writers, and […]

100th Kearney Chamber Annual Meeting

Younes Conference Center 416 W Talmadge Rd, Kearney

The Kearney Area Chamber of Commerce's Annual Meeting celebrates the accomplishments of our Chamber Members and the City of Kearney's business community. We welcome more that 600 guests who receive […]

Open Mic Night

The Other Side 15 E 24th St., Kearney

Member Morning Mingle

Kearney Area Children's Museum 5827 4th Ave, Kearney

If you're a member of the Kearney Area Children's Museum then join us the first Wednesday of each month (unless otherwise posted), for Morning Mingle! You'll get exclusive access to […]

Yoga at MONA

Museum of Nebraska Art 2401 Central Ave, Kearney

YOGA AT MONA with Marsha Yeagley, RYT 200, RYT 500, YACEP Yoga Alliance Combine the unique energy of the visual arts with a physical and spiritual experience. For this progressive […]

The US Constitution at the Intersection of Church and State

UNK Ockinga Center 2505 20th Ave., Kearney

Should Americans pledge to be “one nation, under God”? Must governments accommodate religious believers whose faiths lead them to smoke peyote, refuse to bake a wedding cake for a gay […]

Trivia Night!

Mccue's Nebraska Taproom 2008 Ave A, STE A, Kearney

Come and play trivia and win free prizes! It's also Wine & Whiskey Wednesday with specials on Nebraska made wine and whiskey drinks! See you at McCue's!


The Other Side 15 E 24th St., Kearney

Acclaimed Poet Nicole Sealey Reads

Museum of Nebraska Art 2401 Central Ave, Kearney

FREE Nationally acclaimed poet Nicole Sealey reads her dynamic poetry, followed by a Q&A and book signing. Nicole Sealey's book Ordinary Beast is energetic, fun, serious, and surprising. The U.S. […]

The Vanishing Indian

Kearney Public Library 2020 1st Ave, Kearney

FREE Grave-robbing, relic-hunting, and Native Americans in Cather's World. Native Americans in Webster County and what Willa Cather knew of them, and why she chose not to portray them in […]

Rowe Sanctuary Volunteer Training Series “More than Cranes”

Rowe Sanctuary 44450 Elm Island Road, Gibbon

The Iain Nicolson Audubon Center at Rowe Sanctuary relies on its volunteers year-round, but especially during the annual Sandhill Crane migration. Come learn more about volunteering at Rowe Sancutary by […]