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4th of July Living History Weekend

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Event# 308-865-5305

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Demonstrations, special events and an 1860s encampment display. Reenactors will be at Ft Kearny to demonstrate a typical day at the fort. There will be cannon firing at 2pm. The Central Nebraska Woodcarvers will be demonstrating wood carving and pine needle basket weaving throughout the day. Come visit and see a part of history. A Park Entry Permit is required. Sat-Sun, 9am-5pm

4th of July Living History Weekend

Address : Ft. Kearny State Historical Park Kearney NE
Phone : 308-865-5305   (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : fort.kearny@ngpc.ne.gov

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Admission Fee : State Park permit or $2.50 per car

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