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Howling Homestead

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Event# 402-223-3514

Event Details

This evening of amusement and investigation will be filled with various activities for visitors of all ages, including Pioneer and Native American storytelling, the return of the "Mad Scientist", a night hike on the Woodland Trail, live Owls, rousing old time music around a campfire, family-friendly crafts, science projects and much, much more. 6:30pm.

Howling Homestead

Address : Homestead National Monument of America Beatrice NE
Phone : 402-223-3514   (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : susan_cook@nps.gov

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Admission Fee : Free

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