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Upcoming Events in Harrison Nebraska


August

22 - 26 Sioux County Fair & Rodeo - Saturday: 8:00 AM: HARRISON HOT TROT (Fee: $12 (includes T-Shirt & prizes)

10:00 AM: SIOUX COUNTY PARADE

5:00 PM: SIOUX COUNTY FAIR PIG WRESTLING CONTEST

Sunday: SIOUX COUNTY DEMOLITION DERBY - 7:30 PM

Ph: 308-668-2428 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.sioux.unl.edu/

December

7 Boxing Day - Celebration reminiscent of past gatherings at the Agate Springs Ranch. 1-4pm.

Address: Agate Fossil Beds National Monument, Hwy 29 , Harrison, Nebraska
Ph: 308-668-2211 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.nps.gov/agfo/
Fee: Free

Attractions and Upcoming Events


Oglala National Grassland

One of only 20 national grasslands managed by the USDA Forest Service, the Oglala National Grassland is a virtual ocean of prairie grasses, stretching from horizon to horizon over nearly 95,000 acres. The Grassland is one of the world'

Harrison, NE National Grasslands

Sioux County Museum

Welcome to the Sioux County Museum Complex. Four Buildings contain artifacts representative of the character and history of Sioux County from its earliest days into the 20th century.

Main Museum

Harrison, NE Museums

Sioux Sundries - 28 oz Hamburger

Sioux Sundries is the home of the "Coffeeburger," 28 ounces of lean ground beef, which was featured on CBS's Sunday Morning. Sioux Sundries has provided this creative "historical account" of America's largest hamburger.

Harrison, NE One Of A Kinds

Agate Fossil Beds National Monument

Located on the Niobrara River in northwestern Nebraska, the Agate Fossil Beds and its surrounding prairie are preserved in a 3,000 acre National Monument. Once part of "Captain" James H. Cook's Agate Springs Ranch, the nearby beds are an important source for 19.2

Harrison, NE Monuments

Things to do near Harrison, NE

Box Butte Fishing Report

Below is a link to to the Outdoornebraska.ne open fishing report page for Box Butte Reservoir....

Camp Sheridan and Spotted Tail Indian Agency Site

In 1873 under the leadership of Spotted Tail, the Brule Sioux moved from their prior agency near Fort Randall, South Dakota, ...