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Nebraska Chautauqua
Nebraska Chautauqua
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Date/Time
Wednesday, June 18th 2014 - All Day

Location
Warren Cook Park

Experience the magic of the Nebraska Chautauqua, Free Land? 1862 and the Shaping of Modern America, June 18-22 in Norfolk!

Enjoy first-person portrayals of historical figures each evening with daily workshops for adults and youth, local music and entertainment, and more! Evening events will be held under the Chautauqua Tent at Warren Cook Park (4th & Elm St).

A preview event “Meet the Chautauquans” will be held on June 17 at the Norfolk Arts Center.  All events are free and open to the public.  For more information and full schedule, please visit www.NebraskaChautauqua.org.

The “Free Land” Chautauqua is presented by Humanities Nebraska in partnership with the City of Norfolk, the Elkhorn Valley Museum and Research Center, Northeast Community College, the John W. Carson Foundation Fund at the Nebraska Cultural Endowment, the National Endowment for the Humanities, the State of Nebraska, and many other organizations and volunteers.

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