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Fort Atkinson Living History

Fort Atkinson State Historical Park 201 S 7th St., Fort Calhoun

Experience living history weekend at Fort Atkinson State Historical Park! Visitors will be able to glimpse the activities that would have taken place at this 1820’s era outpost. We'll be hosting a special Living History event for the July 4 weekend. It includes Don Borcherding, guest speaker who depicts Lt. Andrew Talcott. Schedule: 10:00 AM: […]

Fort Atkinson Living History

Fort Atkinson State Historical Park 201 S 7th St., Fort Calhoun

Experience living history weekend at Fort Atkinson State Historical Park! Visitors will be able to glimpse the activities that would have taken place at this 1820’s era outpost. We'll be hosting a special Living History event for the July 4 weekend. It includes Don Borcherding, guest speaker who depicts Lt. Andrew Talcott. Schedule: 10:00 AM: […]

Fort Atkinson Living History

Fort Atkinson State Historical Park 201 S 7th St., Fort Calhoun

Experience living history weekend at Fort Atkinson State Historical Park!   Visitors will be able to glimpse the activities that would have taken place at this 1820’s era outpost. Trades such as blacksmithing, carpentry, coopering, tin smithing, and more will be demonstrated throughout both days. Period crafts will also be highlighted: spinning, weaving, and quilting. […]

Fort Atkinson Living History

Fort Atkinson State Historical Park 201 S 7th St., Fort Calhoun

Experience living history weekend at Fort Atkinson State Historical Park!   Visitors will be able to glimpse the activities that would have taken place at this 1820’s era outpost. Trades such as blacksmithing, carpentry, coopering, tin smithing, and more will be demonstrated throughout both days. Period crafts will also be highlighted: spinning, weaving, and quilting. […]

Fort Atkinson Living History

Fort Atkinson State Historical Park 201 S 7th St., Fort Calhoun

Experience living history weekend at Fort Atkinson State Historical Park!   Visitors will be able to glimpse the activities that would have taken place at this 1820’s era outpost. Trades such as blacksmithing, carpentry, coopering, tin smithing, and more will be demonstrated throughout both days. Period crafts will also be highlighted: spinning, weaving, and quilting. […]

Fort Atkinson Living History

Fort Atkinson State Historical Park 201 S 7th St., Fort Calhoun

Experience living history weekend at Fort Atkinson State Historical Park!   Visitors will be able to glimpse the activities that would have taken place at this 1820’s era outpost. Trades such as blacksmithing, carpentry, coopering, tin smithing, and more will be demonstrated throughout both days. Period crafts will also be highlighted: spinning, weaving, and quilting. […]

Fort Atkinson Living History

Fort Atkinson State Historical Park 201 S 7th St., Fort Calhoun

Experience living history weekend at Fort Atkinson State Historical Park!   Visitors will be able to glimpse the activities that would have taken place at this 1820’s era outpost. Trades such as blacksmithing, carpentry, coopering, tin smithing, and more will be demonstrated throughout both days. Period crafts will also be highlighted: spinning, weaving, and quilting. […]

Fort Atkinson Living History

Fort Atkinson State Historical Park 201 S 7th St., Fort Calhoun

Experience living history weekend at Fort Atkinson State Historical Park!   Visitors will be able to glimpse the activities that would have taken place at this 1820’s era outpost. Trades such as blacksmithing, carpentry, coopering, tin smithing, and more will be demonstrated throughout both days. Period crafts will also be highlighted: spinning, weaving, and quilting […]

Time outdoors is time well spent

Nebraska Game and Parks offers a plethora of opportunities beyond events. You can get away and unwind by planning a trip to a Nebraska state park. You can catch the next big one, go wildlife viewing, plan a hunt or more. Or you can help us celebrate our park system’s 100th birthday. Go ahead: Build your own adventure.

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