If you would like information on how you can help preserve the heritage of our great State, please contact us.
128 N 13th Ste 1010
Lincoln, NE 68508
Join Us in Keeping Nebraska History Alive.
At the Nebraska State Historical Society Foundation, we support the preservation, interpretation, and appreciation of Nebraska history. As a 501(c)(3) organization, we work directly with donors on their funding priorities in support of countless Nebraska State Historical Society (NSHS) programs, projects, and events. The Nebraska State Historical Society Foundation is especially grateful to those who have contributed to the NSHS through the Foundation throughout our sixty-eight year history.
March Events at the Nebraska History Museum
EXHIBITS LAST CALL:
“What Did You Do in the War?: Nebraskans in World War II”
CLOSES March 2nd. SEE IT WHILE YOU CAN!
March 1st – Free Family Fun Day: 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
“Happy 147th Birthday Nebraska!!!”
Learn interesting facts about Nebraska, enjoy creating crafts, play Nebraska-themed games.
March 5th – Landmark Store March Mystery Sale
Shop our mystery sale and receive a SURPRISE DISCOUNT! Savings revealed at time of purchase. Some exclusions apply. No other discounts apply.
March 11th – Hour at the Museum: 10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
Hear the book “Cowboys and Cowgirls: Yippee-Yay!” by Gail Gibbons
Tour the exhibit “Nebraska Cowboys: Lives, Legends, and Legacies,” enjoy coloring pages, activities and games. FREE! Drop In!
March 15th – History Harvest - 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s Third Annual History Harvest
Share your historic resources and have them digitized. For more information contact the UNL Dept. of History at 402-472-2414 or email Will Thomas at email@example.com. For questions the day of the event call the Nebraska History Museum, 402-471-4782. History Harvest website: http://go.unl.edu/xwci
March 20th – Brown Bag History Forum: 12 noon – 1:00pm
“Nebraska’s Visionary Artist Emery Blagdon & His Healing Machine”
Watch the NET Television production “Emery Blagdon and his Healing Machine.” Following the screening Connie Paxton, Emery’s great niece, will answer questions.
Nebraska History Museum
15th & P Streets, Lincoln
Hours: 9-4:30, Monday-Friday
For questions about events and exhibits call 402-471-4782.