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Upcoming Events in Gordon Nebraska


May

19 - 24 Historic Preservation Week - Second Week.

Ph: 308-282-9972 (Always call and confirm events)

July

4 Old-Fashioned 4th of July Celebration - Address: Winship Park , Gordon, Nebraska
Ph: 308-282-9972 (Always call and confirm events)

18 - 20 Sandhills Original Art Show - Week of July 4th.

Address: Jefco Inn , Gordon, Nebraska
Ph: 308-282-9972 (Always call and confirm events)

August

31 - 7 Sheridan County Fair & Rodeo - Beginning in 1885, the rodeo now features Nebraska's second largest PRCA rodeo and nationally-known country entertainers as well as 4-H exhibits, school exhibits, food, and all other fair-related events. Third Week after the First Weekend.

Ph: 308-282-1362 (Always call and confirm events)

September

28 - 29 Willow Tree Festival - Second Weekend - Features a variety of entertainment in the parks and community building as lively national, regional and local performers provide continuous entertainment for all ages on three stages. Also featured are arts and crafts, children's activities, roving entertainers, arts and crafts demonstrations, fun and festival foods of all types. Sat, 10am-6pm; Sun, 10am-5pm.

Address: City Parks, 312 N. Oak St , Gordon, Nebraska
Ph: 308-282-2464 (Always call and confirm events)
Fee: $9 adults, $2 children

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Tri State Old Time Cowboys Memorial Museum

The 40 foot by 80 foot log building was constructed in 1969 as a testimonial to the rugged western life of the old time cowboys who worked as ranch hands and performed at the Sheridan County Rodeo. Exhibits include an early chuck wagon with over 250

Gordon, NE Museums

Old Jules Sandoz Country Tour

This is a do-it-yourself tour around the area in which Jules Sandoz lived and references that are made in some of Mari Sandoz'

Gordon, NE Tours

Willow Tree Festival

Held each year on the second weekend in September, this is a two day, outdoor event in the city park. The festival features a large variety of live professional entertainment on two stages and amateur entertainment on a third stage. Food and craft booths, childrens'

Gordon, NE Festivals

Mari Sandoz 1896-1966

The fears, the passions, and the distinctive speech of the Western Nebraska homesteader come alive in the writings of Mari Sandoz. She was born on her father's homestead on the Niobrara River in northwestern Nebraska, May 11, 1896

Gordon, NE Famous People

Rushville Museum

The Rushville Museum moved in to the 1890 Armstrong House in 1960

Gordon, NE Museums

Things to do near Gordon, NE

Historical Monuments

Fort Laramie to Fort Robinson Trail - After the 1868 Treaty of Fort Laramie guarnateed f...

Museum of the Fur Trade

This first industry of the West involved Native Americans with trappers and traders of several nationalities. The Bordeaux Tr...