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Labor Day Living History Weekend

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Event# 308-865-5305

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Re-enactment of Civil War camp and living conditions. 10am soldier revelry, 2pm Cannon firing. 9am-5pm.

Labor Day Living History Weekend

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

Email Address : ftkrny@ngpc.state.ne.us

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Admission Fee : State Park permit or $2.50 per car

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