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Autumn Harvest Art Show

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Event# 402-944-2523

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A fine arts celebration featuring wildlife, landscape, still life, impressionistic, southwest and western paintings in a variety of mediums. Bronze sculpture, wood carving, metal sculpture and photography. Many artists from many states. "The Most Prestigious Art Show on the River!"

Autumn Harvest Art Show

Address : Mahoney State Park, I-80, Exit 426 Ashland NE
Phone : 402-944-2523   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : Park entry permit required.

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