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Upcoming Events in Ravenna Nebraska


June

28 - 31 Annevar - Annual celebration for over 50 years. (Ravenna spelled backwards). Three full days. Demolition derby, tractor pull, quilt show, flower show, BBQ, carnival, sand volleyball, kiddie games. Parade Sat. 11am.

Ph: 308-452-3273 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: ravchamber@towncountrybank.net

July

4 4th of July BBQ Celebration - Kiddie games, pork and beef BBQ and a fantastic fireworks display. Events begin at 6:30pm.

Address: Annevar Park , Ravenna, Nebraska
Ph: 308-452-3161 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: ravchamber@towncountrybank.net
Fee: Free

4 Mud Fest - Plenty of food, drink and fun for everyone. Two and four wheel ATV mud drags. Events begin at 10am.

Ph: 308-452-3161 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: ravchamber@towncountrybank.net
Fee: $4.00 - $8.00

October

25 Dry River Race - A dryland river race through the center of town to celebrate 140 years of fort banishment. River bank picnic activities to follow.

Address: Grand Ave , Ravenna, Nebraska
Ph: 308-452-3161 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: ravchamber@towncountrybank.net

November

30 Hometown Holiday Craft Fair - 8am-8pm.

Address: City Auditorium , Ravenna, Nebraska
Ph: 308-452-3161 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: ravchamber@towncountrybank.net
Fee: Free

December

13 Hometown Holiday Celebration - Visits from Santa, food and hayrack rides.

Address: City Auditorium , Ravenna, Nebraska
Ph: 308-452-3161 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: ravchamber@towncountrybank.net

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