Calendar

Apr
1
Wed
Broken Bow Easter Egg Hunt Fundraiser
Apr 1 all-day

Broken Bow High School Volleyball Easter Egg Fundraiser

Wake up on Easter morning to eggs stuffed with goodies already hidden in your yard!  Let our BBHS Volleyball team hide them for you Saturday night after dark!

*$15/ 1 Dozen Eggs    *$25/2 Dozen Eggs   *$35/3 Dozen Eggs

Contact Skylar Morris @ 308-212-0285 or email : skylar.morris@bbps.org

Lexington Food Pantry Still Serving Clients @ Lexington Food Pantry
Apr 1 all-day

Lexington Food Pantry is serving clients by appointments only 308-324-4219. Monday- Thursday. Call to schedule pick up time til further notice.

Lexington Public Schools Free Meals to Children @ Lexington High School
Apr 1 @ 11:00 am – 11:15 am

Lexington Public Schools is offering Free meals to children ages 1 – 18 during the school closing as a result of the Covid-19 virus. The packaged meals will be available at Lexington High School, 705 W 13th St from 11:00 am to 12:30 pm.  Meal service will start on Thursday, 3/19.  Free Meals will be served week days until school resumes.

A lunch and breakfast meal will be handed out curbside on the west side of the High School. Children must be present in the vehicle for pick up and adult meals are not available. No one will be allowed to enter the school buildings. Meals will be available on a first come, first serve basis.

 

 

Las Escuelas Públicas de Lexington están ofreciendo comidas gratis a niños de 1 a 18 años durante el cierre de la escuela como resultado del virus Covid-19. Las comidas empaquetadas estarán disponibles en Lexington High School, 705 W 13th St de 11:00 a.m. a 12:30 p.m.  El servicio de comidas comenzará el jueves 19 de marzo. Se servirán comidas gratis durante la semana hasta que se reanude la asistencia a la escuela.

El almuerzo y el desayuno se entregarán en la acera en el lado oeste de la High School. Los niños deben estar presentes en el vehículo para recoger la comida.  No hay comidas disponibles para los adultos Nadie podrá ingresar a los edificios escolares. Las comidas estarán disponibles por orden de llegada.

 

Dugsiyada waxbarashada dadweynaha waxay siinayaa cunto bilaash ah caruurta da’doodu u dhaxaysa 1 ilaa 18 sano inta ay iskuulada u xiranyihiin caabuqa looyaqaano  Covid-19 awgiis. Cuntooyinka waxa ay ku jiraan baakado waxaadna kaheli kartaa dugsiga sare Lexington oo ku yaala, 705 W 13th St inta u dhacaxaysa  11:30 subaxnimo ilaa 12:30 duhurnimo.  Adeegga cunnada wuxuu bilaabmi doonaa Khamiista, 3/19. Cunnooyinka Bilaashka ah waxaa la siin doonaa toddobaadyo usbuuc illaa iskuulku uu bilaabmayo.

Qadada  iyo quraacda waxaa laga bixin doonaa xaga waqooyi dugsida sare wadada qar keeda. Caruurtu waa inay xaadir ku ahaadaan gaariga cuntada u qaadayo cuntadani looguma talagalin dadka waa weyn. Qofna looma oggolaanayo inuu galo dhismayaasha dugsiga. Cuntadani waxaa loo qaybinaya sida loo soo kala horeeyo.

Cozad Association of Churches Sermons A la Carte
Apr 1 @ 12:00 pm – 12:30 pm

Every Wednesday from Noon-12:30 p.m. followed by a Free Will Offering lunch.

Febr 26–First Presbyterian Church

March 4–Christ the King Catholic Church

March 11–Church of Christ

March 18–American Lutheran Church

March 25–Living Hope Assembly of God

April 1–Cozad United Methodist Church

April 8–First Church of the Nazarene

Apr
2
Thu
Lexington Public Schools Free Meals to Children @ Lexington High School
Apr 2 @ 11:00 am – 11:15 am

Lexington Public Schools is offering Free meals to children ages 1 – 18 during the school closing as a result of the Covid-19 virus. The packaged meals will be available at Lexington High School, 705 W 13th St from 11:00 am to 12:30 pm.  Meal service will start on Thursday, 3/19.  Free Meals will be served week days until school resumes.

A lunch and breakfast meal will be handed out curbside on the west side of the High School. Children must be present in the vehicle for pick up and adult meals are not available. No one will be allowed to enter the school buildings. Meals will be available on a first come, first serve basis.

 

 

Las Escuelas Públicas de Lexington están ofreciendo comidas gratis a niños de 1 a 18 años durante el cierre de la escuela como resultado del virus Covid-19. Las comidas empaquetadas estarán disponibles en Lexington High School, 705 W 13th St de 11:00 a.m. a 12:30 p.m.  El servicio de comidas comenzará el jueves 19 de marzo. Se servirán comidas gratis durante la semana hasta que se reanude la asistencia a la escuela.

El almuerzo y el desayuno se entregarán en la acera en el lado oeste de la High School. Los niños deben estar presentes en el vehículo para recoger la comida.  No hay comidas disponibles para los adultos Nadie podrá ingresar a los edificios escolares. Las comidas estarán disponibles por orden de llegada.

 

Dugsiyada waxbarashada dadweynaha waxay siinayaa cunto bilaash ah caruurta da’doodu u dhaxaysa 1 ilaa 18 sano inta ay iskuulada u xiranyihiin caabuqa looyaqaano  Covid-19 awgiis. Cuntooyinka waxa ay ku jiraan baakado waxaadna kaheli kartaa dugsiga sare Lexington oo ku yaala, 705 W 13th St inta u dhacaxaysa  11:30 subaxnimo ilaa 12:30 duhurnimo.  Adeegga cunnada wuxuu bilaabmi doonaa Khamiista, 3/19. Cunnooyinka Bilaashka ah waxaa la siin doonaa toddobaadyo usbuuc illaa iskuulku uu bilaabmayo.

Qadada  iyo quraacda waxaa laga bixin doonaa xaga waqooyi dugsida sare wadada qar keeda. Caruurtu waa inay xaadir ku ahaadaan gaariga cuntada u qaadayo cuntadani looguma talagalin dadka waa weyn. Qofna looma oggolaanayo inuu galo dhismayaasha dugsiga. Cuntadani waxaa loo qaybinaya sida loo soo kala horeeyo.

Apr
3
Fri
Broken Bow Easter Egg Hunt Fundraiser
Apr 3 all-day

Broken Bow High School Volleyball Easter Egg Fundraiser

Wake up on Easter morning to eggs stuffed with goodies already hidden in your yard!  Let our BBHS Volleyball team hide them for you Saturday night after dark!

*$15/ 1 Dozen Eggs    *$25/2 Dozen Eggs   *$35/3 Dozen Eggs

Contact Skylar Morris @ 308-212-0285 or email : skylar.morris@bbps.org

Lexington Public Schools Free Meals to Children @ Lexington High School
Apr 3 @ 11:00 am – 11:15 am

Lexington Public Schools is offering Free meals to children ages 1 – 18 during the school closing as a result of the Covid-19 virus. The packaged meals will be available at Lexington High School, 705 W 13th St from 11:00 am to 12:30 pm.  Meal service will start on Thursday, 3/19.  Free Meals will be served week days until school resumes.

A lunch and breakfast meal will be handed out curbside on the west side of the High School. Children must be present in the vehicle for pick up and adult meals are not available. No one will be allowed to enter the school buildings. Meals will be available on a first come, first serve basis.

 

 

Las Escuelas Públicas de Lexington están ofreciendo comidas gratis a niños de 1 a 18 años durante el cierre de la escuela como resultado del virus Covid-19. Las comidas empaquetadas estarán disponibles en Lexington High School, 705 W 13th St de 11:00 a.m. a 12:30 p.m.  El servicio de comidas comenzará el jueves 19 de marzo. Se servirán comidas gratis durante la semana hasta que se reanude la asistencia a la escuela.

El almuerzo y el desayuno se entregarán en la acera en el lado oeste de la High School. Los niños deben estar presentes en el vehículo para recoger la comida.  No hay comidas disponibles para los adultos Nadie podrá ingresar a los edificios escolares. Las comidas estarán disponibles por orden de llegada.

 

Dugsiyada waxbarashada dadweynaha waxay siinayaa cunto bilaash ah caruurta da’doodu u dhaxaysa 1 ilaa 18 sano inta ay iskuulada u xiranyihiin caabuqa looyaqaano  Covid-19 awgiis. Cuntooyinka waxa ay ku jiraan baakado waxaadna kaheli kartaa dugsiga sare Lexington oo ku yaala, 705 W 13th St inta u dhacaxaysa  11:30 subaxnimo ilaa 12:30 duhurnimo.  Adeegga cunnada wuxuu bilaabmi doonaa Khamiista, 3/19. Cunnooyinka Bilaashka ah waxaa la siin doonaa toddobaadyo usbuuc illaa iskuulku uu bilaabmayo.

Qadada  iyo quraacda waxaa laga bixin doonaa xaga waqooyi dugsida sare wadada qar keeda. Caruurtu waa inay xaadir ku ahaadaan gaariga cuntada u qaadayo cuntadani looguma talagalin dadka waa weyn. Qofna looma oggolaanayo inuu galo dhismayaasha dugsiga. Cuntadani waxaa loo qaybinaya sida loo soo kala horeeyo.

Apr
4
Sat
8th Annual Spring Shopping Bonanza @ Holdrege City Auditorium
Apr 4 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Untutored Life Drawing Classes for adults @ Museum of Nebraska Art
Apr 4 @ 10:15 am – 11:15 am

The Museum of Nebraska Art offers Untutored Life Drawing Classes for adults.

This untutored life drawing class offers access to experienced models in a relaxed atmosphere. No instruction is offered at these sessions, which are aimed at anyone wishing to develop his or her drawing skills. Poses are timed and moderated. Easels and drawing boards are provided. Participants bring their own paper and drawing supplies.

Saturday Sessions

March 14, 21

April 4, 11

Time: 10:15 a.m.-12:15 p.m.

Age: 18+

Cost: $24 for each two-class session (MONA members), $30 (non-members)

Register by: Each prior Friday. Full payment is due in advance to pay for the model.

For more information contact the Museum at (308) 865-8559.

Apr
5
Sun
Lexington Community Cruise Night @ Lexington YMCA
Apr 5 @ 4:00 pm

Cruise & Connect / Sunday Community Cruises

Maintain “social distancing” while greeting friends and neighbors during YMCA Community Cruise Nights.

Drive your classic car, new truck or 15 yr old trusty vehicle as we cruise through town together bringing greetings and waves.

Procession will be led by different vehicles each Sunday and may include fire trucks, police car or business vehicles.

Meet at the YMCA East Parking Lot by 4:00 to Line Up

Apr
7
Tue
Broken Bow Easter Egg Hunt Fundraiser
Apr 7 all-day

Broken Bow High School Volleyball Easter Egg Fundraiser

Wake up on Easter morning to eggs stuffed with goodies already hidden in your yard!  Let our BBHS Volleyball team hide them for you Saturday night after dark!

*$15/ 1 Dozen Eggs    *$25/2 Dozen Eggs   *$35/3 Dozen Eggs

Contact Skylar Morris @ 308-212-0285 or email : skylar.morris@bbps.org

Genealogy Resources 101 Class at Kearney Public Library
Apr 7 all-day

The Kearney Public Library is offering a class to highlight various resources available from the library for genealogy research. The class will include an introduction to print materials, resources on microfilm, and a quick comparison of three online databases: Ancestry Library Edition, MyHeritage Library Edition, and FamilySearch.org. Class size is limited to 7 per session. Register for one of these identical sessions: Monday, February 24 at 7:00 p.m.,
Tuesday, March 17 at 10:00 a.m., or Thursday, April 30 at 10:00 a.m.
Patrons may register through the “Events” page on the library’s website: www.kearneylib.org, or call 308-233-3256.

Apr
8
Wed
Cozad Association of Churches Sermons A la Carte
Apr 8 @ 12:00 pm – 12:30 pm

Every Wednesday from Noon-12:30 p.m. followed by a Free Will Offering lunch.

Febr 26–First Presbyterian Church

March 4–Christ the King Catholic Church

March 11–Church of Christ

March 18–American Lutheran Church

March 25–Living Hope Assembly of God

April 1–Cozad United Methodist Church

April 8–First Church of the Nazarene

Apr
9
Thu
Broken Bow Easter Egg Hunt Fundraiser
Apr 9 all-day

Broken Bow High School Volleyball Easter Egg Fundraiser

Wake up on Easter morning to eggs stuffed with goodies already hidden in your yard!  Let our BBHS Volleyball team hide them for you Saturday night after dark!

*$15/ 1 Dozen Eggs    *$25/2 Dozen Eggs   *$35/3 Dozen Eggs

Contact Skylar Morris @ 308-212-0285 or email : skylar.morris@bbps.org

Apr
11
Sat
Untutored Life Drawing Classes for adults @ Museum of Nebraska Art
Apr 11 @ 10:15 am – 11:15 am

The Museum of Nebraska Art offers Untutored Life Drawing Classes for adults.

This untutored life drawing class offers access to experienced models in a relaxed atmosphere. No instruction is offered at these sessions, which are aimed at anyone wishing to develop his or her drawing skills. Poses are timed and moderated. Easels and drawing boards are provided. Participants bring their own paper and drawing supplies.

Saturday Sessions

March 14, 21

April 4, 11

Time: 10:15 a.m.-12:15 p.m.

Age: 18+

Cost: $24 for each two-class session (MONA members), $30 (non-members)

Register by: Each prior Friday. Full payment is due in advance to pay for the model.

For more information contact the Museum at (308) 865-8559.

Apr
12
Sun
Lexington Community Cruise Night @ Lexington YMCA
Apr 12 @ 4:00 pm

Cruise & Connect / Sunday Community Cruises

Maintain “social distancing” while greeting friends and neighbors during YMCA Community Cruise Nights.

Drive your classic car, new truck or 15 yr old trusty vehicle as we cruise through town together bringing greetings and waves.

Procession will be led by different vehicles each Sunday and may include fire trucks, police car or business vehicles.

Meet at the YMCA East Parking Lot by 4:00 to Line Up

Apr
13
Mon
Board of Educational Service Unit No. 11 to Meet in Holdrege @ Service Unit Office
Apr 13 all-day

The Board of Educational Service Unit No. 11 will hold a regular meeting of the Board at the service unit office located at 412 West 14th Avenue in Holdrege, Nebraska (and Zoom) on Monday, April 13, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. A current agenda of items to be brought before the Board at this meeting is available for public inspection in the office of Educational Service Unit No. 11.  Reasonable accommodations for individuals with special needs who want to attend the meeting will be provided on request if sufficient advance notice is given. Accommodations for special needs can be requested by calling the ESU #11 office, 995-6585.

Apr
16
Thu
Genealogy Resources 101 Class at Kearney Public Library
Apr 16 all-day

The Kearney Public Library is offering a class to highlight various resources available from the library for genealogy research. The class will include an introduction to print materials, resources on microfilm, and a quick comparison of three online databases: Ancestry Library Edition, MyHeritage Library Edition, and FamilySearch.org. Class size is limited to 7 per session. Register for one of these identical sessions: Monday, February 24 at 7:00 p.m.,
Tuesday, March 17 at 10:00 a.m., or Thursday, April 30 at 10:00 a.m.
Patrons may register through the “Events” page on the library’s website: www.kearneylib.org, or call 308-233-3256.

Pancake Feed Fundraiser @ Cozad Christian Church
Apr 16 @ 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm

Pancake Feed Fundraiser

Free will donation.  Proceeds will send youth to Bible Camp.

Apr
18
Sat
Arbor Day Celebration @ Senator George William Norris House
Apr 18 @ 10:00 am

Join Conservation Nebraska for an Arbor Day Celebration and tree planting. We will start the morning with planting a Elm Tree, donated by Common Scents Greenhouse, at the George Norris Home. Following the planting we will be going to Norris Park for a kite give away and tree activities. Take a tree sapling home to spread trees and the message of Arbor Day! Free and open to the public! Snacks provided! Great for ALL ages!

Apr
19
Sun
Lexington Community Cruise Night @ Lexington YMCA
Apr 19 @ 4:00 pm

Cruise & Connect / Sunday Community Cruises

Maintain “social distancing” while greeting friends and neighbors during YMCA Community Cruise Nights.

Drive your classic car, new truck or 15 yr old trusty vehicle as we cruise through town together bringing greetings and waves.

Procession will be led by different vehicles each Sunday and may include fire trucks, police car or business vehicles.

Meet at the YMCA East Parking Lot by 4:00 to Line Up

Apr
26
Sun
Lexington Community Cruise Night @ Lexington YMCA
Apr 26 @ 4:00 pm

Cruise & Connect / Sunday Community Cruises

Maintain “social distancing” while greeting friends and neighbors during YMCA Community Cruise Nights.

Drive your classic car, new truck or 15 yr old trusty vehicle as we cruise through town together bringing greetings and waves.

Procession will be led by different vehicles each Sunday and may include fire trucks, police car or business vehicles.

Meet at the YMCA East Parking Lot by 4:00 to Line Up

Apr
28
Tue
Genealogy Resources 101 Class at Kearney Public Library
Apr 28 all-day

The Kearney Public Library is offering a class to highlight various resources available from the library for genealogy research. The class will include an introduction to print materials, resources on microfilm, and a quick comparison of three online databases: Ancestry Library Edition, MyHeritage Library Edition, and FamilySearch.org. Class size is limited to 7 per session. Register for one of these identical sessions: Monday, February 24 at 7:00 p.m.,
Tuesday, March 17 at 10:00 a.m., or Thursday, April 30 at 10:00 a.m.
Patrons may register through the “Events” page on the library’s website: www.kearneylib.org, or call 308-233-3256.

Jun
4
Thu
“God of Carnage” @ The World Theatre, Kearney
Jun 4 @ 7:00 pm

Don’t miss this award-winning Broadway sensation! The New Yorker calls it “ninety minutes of sustained mayhem”, Entertainment Weekly says it is “a magnificently constructed play”, and the New York Times hails it as “first class”. Winner of the 2009 Tony Award for Best Play, God of Carnage tells the story of two sets of parents,
who are brought together after their sons get into a fight on the playground. At first, diplomatic niceties are observed, but as the meeting progresses, and the rum flows, tensions emerge and the gloves come off. God of Carnage gives audiences an inside
look as the two couples quickly turn a rational discussion into a childish evening of name-calling, tears, and tantrums. It’s a comedy of manners (without the manners), that will have you laughing out loud.

Ticket Information:
Tickets $20
Tickets available online at CraneRiverTheater.org, or by calling 308-627-5796.
Tickets available for Season Ticket Holders beginning April 9th.
Tickets available for General Public beginning April 16th.

Jun
5
Fri
“God of Carnage” @ The World Theatre, Kearney
Jun 5 @ 7:00 pm

Don’t miss this award-winning Broadway sensation! The New Yorker calls it “ninety minutes of sustained mayhem”, Entertainment Weekly says it is “a magnificently constructed play”, and the New York Times hails it as “first class”. Winner of the 2009 Tony Award for Best Play, God of Carnage tells the story of two sets of parents,
who are brought together after their sons get into a fight on the playground. At first, diplomatic niceties are observed, but as the meeting progresses, and the rum flows, tensions emerge and the gloves come off. God of Carnage gives audiences an inside
look as the two couples quickly turn a rational discussion into a childish evening of name-calling, tears, and tantrums. It’s a comedy of manners (without the manners), that will have you laughing out loud.

Ticket Information:
Tickets $20
Tickets available online at CraneRiverTheater.org, or by calling 308-627-5796.
Tickets available for Season Ticket Holders beginning April 9th.
Tickets available for General Public beginning April 16th.

Jun
6
Sat
“God of Carnage” @ The World Theatre, Kearney
Jun 6 @ 7:00 pm

Don’t miss this award-winning Broadway sensation! The New Yorker calls it “ninety minutes of sustained mayhem”, Entertainment Weekly says it is “a magnificently constructed play”, and the New York Times hails it as “first class”. Winner of the 2009 Tony Award for Best Play, God of Carnage tells the story of two sets of parents,
who are brought together after their sons get into a fight on the playground. At first, diplomatic niceties are observed, but as the meeting progresses, and the rum flows, tensions emerge and the gloves come off. God of Carnage gives audiences an inside
look as the two couples quickly turn a rational discussion into a childish evening of name-calling, tears, and tantrums. It’s a comedy of manners (without the manners), that will have you laughing out loud.

Ticket Information:
Tickets $20
Tickets available online at CraneRiverTheater.org, or by calling 308-627-5796.
Tickets available for Season Ticket Holders beginning April 9th.
Tickets available for General Public beginning April 16th.

Jun
7
Sun
“God of Carnage” @ The World Theatre, Kearney @ World Theatre
Jun 7 @ 2:00 pm

Don’t miss this award-winning Broadway sensation! The New Yorker calls it “ninety minutes of sustained mayhem”, Entertainment Weekly says it is “a magnificently constructed play”, and the New York Times hails it as “first class”. Winner of the 2009 Tony Award for Best Play, God of Carnage tells the story of two sets of parents,
who are brought together after their sons get into a fight on the playground. At first, diplomatic niceties are observed, but as the meeting progresses, and the rum flows, tensions emerge and the gloves come off.  God of Carnage gives audiences an inside
look as the two couples quickly turn a rational discussion into a childish evening of name-calling, tears, and tantrums. It’s a comedy of manners (without the manners), that will have you laughing out loud.

 

Ticket Information:
Tickets $20
Tickets available online at CraneRiverTheater.org, or by calling 308-627-5796.
Tickets available for Season Ticket Holders beginning April 9th.
Tickets available for General Public beginning April 16th.

Jun
19
Fri
Cinderella @ Yanney Heritage Park @ Yanney Park
Jun 19 @ 7:00 pm

“Impossible things are happening every day!”  Join Crane River Theater under the open sky at Yanney Park as this magical fairy tale is reborn with originality, charm and elegance. Cinderella spends her days in a life of servitude for her cruel stepmother, and dreams of a better life. With the help of her Fairy Godmother, her wishes come true, and she’s transformed into a beautiful princess. She meets a
handsome prince, but must leave before the spell wears off and her dress turns back to rags. Leaving behind just one glass slipper, will the Prince be able to find Cinderella and live happily ever after? Originally presented on television in 1957 starring Julie Andrews, Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella continues to captivate
audiences year after year. After all, even if we know the story by heart, we still hold our breath until we are sure that the slipper fits.

June 19- July 3 @ 7:00 pm.  (No Monday performances.)

Ticket Information:
Admission – $5 per person
Age 1 and under Free
Admission sales begin at 5:30pm for each performance.

Jun
20
Sat
Cinderella @ Yanney Heritage Park @ Yanney Park
Jun 20 @ 7:00 pm

“Impossible things are happening every day!”  Join Crane River Theater under the open sky at Yanney Park as this magical fairy tale is reborn with originality, charm and elegance. Cinderella spends her days in a life of servitude for her cruel stepmother, and dreams of a better life. With the help of her Fairy Godmother, her wishes come true, and she’s transformed into a beautiful princess. She meets a
handsome prince, but must leave before the spell wears off and her dress turns back to rags. Leaving behind just one glass slipper, will the Prince be able to find Cinderella and live happily ever after? Originally presented on television in 1957 starring Julie Andrews, Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella continues to captivate
audiences year after year. After all, even if we know the story by heart, we still hold our breath until we are sure that the slipper fits.

June 19- July 3 @ 7:00 pm.  (No Monday performances.)

Ticket Information:
Admission – $5 per person
Age 1 and under Free
Admission sales begin at 5:30pm for each performance.

Jun
21
Sun
Cinderella @ Yanney Heritage Park @ Yanney Park
Jun 21 @ 7:00 pm

“Impossible things are happening every day!”  Join Crane River Theater under the open sky at Yanney Park as this magical fairy tale is reborn with originality, charm and elegance. Cinderella spends her days in a life of servitude for her cruel stepmother, and dreams of a better life. With the help of her Fairy Godmother, her wishes come true, and she’s transformed into a beautiful princess. She meets a
handsome prince, but must leave before the spell wears off and her dress turns back to rags. Leaving behind just one glass slipper, will the Prince be able to find Cinderella and live happily ever after? Originally presented on television in 1957 starring Julie Andrews, Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella continues to captivate
audiences year after year. After all, even if we know the story by heart, we still hold our breath until we are sure that the slipper fits.

June 19- July 3 @ 7:00 pm.  (No Monday performances.)

Ticket Information:
Admission – $5 per person
Age 1 and under Free
Admission sales begin at 5:30pm for each performance.