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The Central Avenue Farm to Fork offers a multi-course, family-style dining experience featuring dishes created by regional restaurateurs utilizing locally sourced products complemented with regional wine. Learn about regional producers, growers, and wineries through enjoying multiple courses of expertly crafted dishes at our unique and memorable dining experience in the center of historic Central Ave. Craft beer will also be available for purchase. Nebraska City’s 4th Annual Central Avenue Farm to Fork Sunday, August 23 Purchase your TICKET Social Hour…
NEBRASKA CITY FARMERS MARKET 2020 The Market is on 8th Street between 1st Corso and Central Avenue and features fresh produce, baked goods, and handmade items for sale. The sponsor for the August 27 Farmers Market is the Morton-James Public Library. The Farmers Market is open from 3:45 p.m. until 6 p.m. This is the final Farmers Market of the summer of 2020.
American tenor William Ferguson is a versatile artist whose repertoire ranges from early baroque to contemporary music and musical theatre. the program will span several languages and genres—from baroque masters, German lieder, French melodies, English classical song, as well as selections from the American Songbook (in honor and memory of Jim Keene). French, German, and English will be the languages represented—maybe even some Italian too. Click Here for Tickets: http://brownvilleconcertseries.com/events-season/
There are some performers who, though possessing completely different styles and personalities, blend in a wholly enjoyable way. The duo of KT Sullivan and Mark Nadler is a prime example of this phenomenon, most recently in their show “Thanks for the Memory, 25 Years of Duets” at The Green Room 42. Friday and Saturday: 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm Sunday: 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm Click Here for Tickets: http://brownvilleconcertseries.com/events-season/
Wednesday, Sept. 9 Hot Topics discussion… “All about AppleJack 2020” Join NCTC and local and area business owners, managers, and residents as we hear from the ladies at Nebraska City Tourism and Commerce tell us about all the neat things going on this year for AppleJack. There will be some new events and a couple of the old have been moved to other weekends this fall. The AppleJack Harvest Festival as we are calling it this year will extend over…
Soon you will feel the tremble under your feet!!! No, it’s not an earthquake… it’s a… GROUNDBREAKING CEREMONY! Saturday, September 12 at 1:00 Bishop Bruskeqitz will officiate the monumental ocaccasion with a blessing of the new property in preparation for construction. Enter theproperty via Park Road (6157 Park Road, Nebraska City) Parking will be on the west and south lots adjacent the where the blessing will take place.