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Living History Days

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These four fall weekends give visitors a chance to step back in time. While visiting Arbor Lodge, you can get a first-hand feel of how Americans lived before they had many of the luxuries we have today. Watch demonstrations on broom making, sausage making, cider pressing, and china painting. Lectures on the Civil War and doll making lessons are also provided.

Living History Days


Phone : 800-514-9113   (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : tourism@nebraskacity.com

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Additional Notes : Four Sundays following the AppleJack Festival

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Union Orchard

(Started in 1890's by the University of Nebraska.)

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-- Red & Yellow Delicious - Late Sept.
-- Turley - Oct. 1 to Oct. 15
-- Jonagold - newly planted

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