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The Skylon Ballroom in Hartington has a storied history. Performers such as Guy Lombardo and Lawrence Welk played at
the Skylon. Today, it is still used for dances and concerts for people of all ages. The hall also serves as a community reception
hall. Banquets, wedding dances, and funeral meals are often held here. Skylon Ballroom is open for rollerskating on Sunday
afternoons and is also available for private skating partings. For more information, contact
Dean Wortmann at (402) 254-3829, or Roger Wortmann at (402) 254-6895.


The Bow Valley Ballroom is located seven miles north of Hartington in the hamlet of Bow Valley. The original ballroom was
built in 1896. The structure housing the ballroom has changed over the years, but its physical location has always remained at
the same site. The ballroom features youth dancing, wedding dances and receptions, and community plays. For more
information, contact Danny Thoene at (402) 254-6766, or for scheduling an event contact Darrell Peitz at (402) 254-6247.



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Gavin's Point Dam

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Cedar County Courthouse

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Hartington City Auditorium

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Hartington, NE National Register

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Hartington Golf Club

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