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Buffalo County Historical Society’s Fabulous Fridays Program

Brookdale Kearney Northridge 5410 17th Ave, Kearney

Join us every second Friday of the month at Brookdale Kearney Northridge for our Fabulous Fridays Program! February's program is "History of Hobos in Buffalo County" presented by guest speaker Dr. Nathan Tye.

Buffalo County Historical Society’s Fabulous Fridays Program

Brookdale Kearney Northridge 5410 17th Ave, Kearney

March's program is "Hats" presented by guest speaker Jackie Purdy. Please bring or wear a hat to share and tell about! Fabulous Friday CHANGE! Instead of Brookedale Kearney Northridge, this week's program will be at Peterson Senior Activity Center.

Fabulous Friday Program

Brookdale Kearney Northridge 5410 17th Ave, Kearney

Fabulous Friday - History of the Kearney Car Museum with Brad Kernick

Free

Fabulous Friday Program

Brookdale Kearney Northridge 5410 17th Ave, Kearney

“Lewis and Clark Expedition” by Corene Phillips

Free

Fabulous Friday Program

Brookdale Kearney Northridge 5410 17th Ave, Kearney

“Chautauqua”

Free

Fabulous Friday Program

Brookdale Kearney Northridge 5410 17th Ave, Kearney

“Potato Farming” by Jenene Felkeret

Free

Fabulous Friday Program

Brookdale Kearney Northridge 5410 17th Ave, Kearney

“A Kearney History Potpourri” by Larry Hardesty

Free

Fabulous Friday Program

Brookdale Kearney Northridge 5410 17th Ave, Kearney

"Then and Now, Solomon Butcher Images" by Karen Keehr

Free

Fabulous Fridays: Native American Corn

Brookdale Kearney Northridge 5410 17th Ave, Kearney

These programs are FREE and open to the public. Native American Corn by Ronnie O'Brien.

Fabulous Fridays: Lewis & Clark Trail

Brookdale Kearney Northridge 5410 17th Ave, Kearney

Buffalo County Historical Society presents Fabulous Fridays. These programs are FREE and open to the public.

Wedding Dresses Through the Years

Brookdale Kearney Northridge 5410 17th Ave, Kearney

Presentation free and open to the public. Patt Neff will highlight dresses currently on display in the Family History Center and show photos from weddings in Pleasanton and Amherst from the 1890s to the 1950s. By June 16, the gowns will be moved to the church on the Trails & Rails grounds so they can […]