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Upcoming Events in Seneca Kansas


May

25 - 26 Seneca City Wide Garage Sales - Ph: 785-336-2294 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: seneca_chamber@yahoo.com
Web: www.seneca-kansas.us/chamber

June

Annual Nemaha Co. Historical Society's Tractor Cruise & Display - Sponsored by the Nemaha County Historical Society, Inc.

Proceeds to benefit the
Military Exhibition

The Third Annual Nemaha County Historical Society’s Tractor Cruise and Tractor Display is a part of the Nemaha County Fair Week starting at 11:30 a.m. from the Seneca City Park , Seneca, Kansas. Cruise night and car & tractor show are also on this weekend. Tractors of all ages are welcome. Future trac-tors are welcome.Must be able to go 12 miles per hour. A BBQ Meal will be served after the thirty mile cruise to Bern, St. Benedict & back to Seneca.

For more information, contact Richard Schmitz:
785-336-6596

Address: Seneca City Park , Seneca, Kansas
Ph: 785-336-6596 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.nemahacountyhistorical.com/Tractor%20Cr

July

20 - 23 Nemaha County Fair - 4H - Building For The Future --------------------------

Welcome 4-H members, parents, leaders and friends to participation at the Nemaha County Fair. 4-H will be presented through exhibits and/or participation by members in many programs. To youth, fairs mean exchanging friendships and new adventures, families working together, and recognition and evaluation feedback of individual and team efforts. All 4-H exhibits at the Nemaha County Fair are products of members’ participation in 4-H programming. We invite you to visit the 4-H exhibits and participate in programs.

Click on the link below for a complete fair schedule.






http://nemaha.unl.edu/

Ph: 402-274-4755 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: nemaha.unl.edu/web/nemaha/nemahacofairbook

22 Seneca Car Show -
Annual Seneca Car Show ---- Boy Scout Concession Stand
9am to 3pm

Lots of shade and lots of cars. Come and enjoy the day.

Address: Seneca City Park , Seneca, Kansas
Ph: 785-336-1627 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: seneca_chamber@yahoo.com
Web: www.seneca-kansas.us/chamber

September

14 - 16 Annual Great U.S. Highway 36 Treasure Hunt - Join us for mile after mile of garage sales and yard sales all along the 400 miles of U.S. 36 Highway in Kansas. From Elwood to St Francis overlooking the Missouri River to the Colorado border, 13 Counties. Lodging is available along the way so pack a bag and join us for the event.

US 36 sweeps the traveler along a pleasant, scenic highway from the wide Missouri River in northeast Kansas corn country through lush, rolling hills and friendly towns to the yucca-studded, semi-arid High Plains of western Kansas.

Towns along US 36 are among the gems in the crown of this historic, progressive state of Kansas, and they are interesting places to stop and rest. Get acquainted with Indian and pioneer museums that display our rich heritage, sculpture that commemorates it, and fairs, festivals, and rodeos that celebrate it.

Along US 36 you will find the site of Kansas' last Indian raid, a stage coach station, Pony Express stations and the birth place of "Home on the Range." We have great places to hunt and fish, as well as great places to live. Come see us today!

The Treasure Hunt is sponsored by the U.S. 36 Highway Association & Local Tourism organizations/Chamber of Commerce

For more information please contact Bonnie Youngquist, Secretary for the U.S. 36 Highway Association, Inc.

Phone : (Always call and confirm events.)

Ph: 785-336-2294 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.ushwy36.com

October

21 Spookfest - 1pm – 3pm.

Address: Seneca City Park , Seneca, Kansas
Ph: 785-336-2294 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: seneca_chamber@yahoo.com
Web: www.seneca-kansas.us/chamber

25 Annual Heritage Days Festival - Nemaha County Heritage Days Festival Step Back In Time

Click on link below for complete Heritage Days Flyer.

A Full day of things to see and do.

Ph: 785-556-4094 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: nchs@rainbowtel.net
Web: www.nemahacountyhistorical.com/
Fee: Free

November

6 Veterans Day Parade - Every year the veterans of Seneca are honored with a parade. The school children participate in the parade with songs and poems and the band marches and plays patriotic music. "Taps" is played in honor of all veterans living and deceased. It is an inspirational gathering for the community.

Ph: 785-336-2294 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: seneca_chamber@yahoo.com
Web: www.seneca-kansas.us

11 Annual Christmas Wonderland Crafts and Arts Fair - Ph: 785-336-2294 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: seneca_chamber@yahoo.com
Web: www.seneca-kansas.us/chamber

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Pony Express Monument

Seneca plays an important role in our Nation's history. The first home station west of St. Joseph, Missouri (the Eastern starting point of the Pony Express run) was located at Seneca. On the corner of 4

Seneca, KS Pony Express

St. Mary\'s Roman Catholic Church

Located in the town of St. Benedict, this church was built in 1891-1894 and is on the National Register of Historic Places

Seneca, KS Historic Churches

Nemaha County Historical Museum

The Museum is located in the former Nemaha County Jail on 6th and Nemaha Street. The two story brick building was built in 1879 and still contains the jail cells and the resident jailer'

Seneca, KS Museums

Pony Express Museum

Located on 4th and Main Street across the street from the Pony Express Monument, the Museum houses memorabilia from the Pony Express era (1860 - 1862), including buggies and a blacksmith shop. On display at the museum is an Olympic torch from the 1996

Seneca, KS Pony Express

Seneca Public Library

Seneca\'s library is housed in an impressive historic \"old stone church\", built in 1867 by the Unitarian-Universalist Society and was the first church structure to be built in the community. A campaign to raise money for the church was started by Presbyterian minister Charles Parker. In 1931

Seneca, KS Historic Buildings

Things to do near Seneca, KS

Honnell House

At 1020 East 8th Street stands the most historical house in Horton. The house was built in 1886 by the C.R.I. & P. Railroad C...