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Upcoming Events in Lexington Nebraska


May

14 - 15 Spring Fling Antique Market - Come enjoy the fine array of antiques at this annual event each Memorial Day Weekend. Saturday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. and Sunday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Address: Dawson County Fairgrounds. , Lexington, Nebraska
Ph: 308-234-4354 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: casproductions@casantiquemarket.com
Web: www.casantiquemarket.com
Fee: $2.00

June

3 - 4 Annual Plum Creek Rodeo - Barebacks, calf roping, streer wrestling, bull riding and more at the Dawson County Fairgrounds. 8pm.

Address: Fairgrounds , Lexington, Nebraska
Ph: 308-324-5504 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: info@lexcoc.com
Web: www.facebook.com/events/748558568848247/
Fee: $8.00

July

4 Old-Fashioned 4th of July - Food vendors, games and activities, crafts and entertainment. Events 1-4pm. Fireworks at dusk.

Address: Memorial Park , Lexington, Nebraska
Ph: 308-324-5504 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: info@visitlexington.org
Web: visitlexington.org
Fee: Free

9 - 17 Dawson County Fair - Entertainment and fun for all ages. For over a century Dawson County has been host to one of the biggest and most popular single events in the state. A timeless tradition for countless Dawson County residents.

Address: Fairgrounds , Lexington, Nebraska
Ph: 308-324-3600 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: dawsonfairgrounds@gmail.com
Web: www.dawsoncountyfair.com

September

27 Hispanic Heritage Festival - Great food and all kinds of fun for the whole family. Parade, live entertainment, carnival and more. 10am-7pm.

Address: Downtown , Lexington, Nebraska
Ph: 308-324-5504 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.visitlexington.org
Fee: Free

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Heartland Museum of Military Vehicles

A new museum with over 60 completely restored and operational military vehicles spanning from WWII to the present. See Bradley Fighting Vehicles, a rare Snow Tractor, Bomb Loader, Tractor Dozer, M-60 Tanks, half-tracks, jeeps, "weasels"

Lexington, NE Museums

Eagle Viewing

The bald eagle has always captured the attention of Americans, so much so that in 1782 the Continental Congress chose the eagle as the national bird and the centerpiece for the nation's Great Seal. Over the years, the bald eagle acquired its status as a symbol of freedom and of the United States.

Lexington, NE Natural Attractions



Things to do near Lexington, NE