This class provides continued exploration
in the creation of functional glass. Explore the possibilities available for the creation of windows, plates, bowls, vases, and more. Each student will select what they want to make. Glass is extremely flexible and there are an infinite number of possibilities to create.
Rag Rug Making
Jo Ella wants you to help her preserve the lost art of rug crocheting! You will learn the process of making a rag rug from the beginning, including preparing the material in strips for crocheting. Each participant will go home with their own homemade rug or at least a good start on one.
Explore Nebraska literary giants while getting a chance to explore the one and only Antiquarium. Discussion will include authors such as Willa Cather, John G. Neihardt, and Mari Susette Sandoz! While rarely open to the public, take this special opportunity to check out the Antiquarium
which has been described as a similar setting to Dublin's Trinity Library.
Celebrate Arbor Day in Brownville at
the home of J. Sterling Morton’s bestie, Governor Furnas. Explore the history of where the tree planting really took off and discover the unique friendship between the second governor of Nebraska, Robert Wilkenson Furnas, and Nebraska’s first Secretary of Agriculture, J. Sterling Morton. Walking tour includes a visit to Governor Furnas' home, exploration of the arboretum plantings along the Furnas Trail and a tree seedling to take home.
A great way to start off your Arbor Day weekend!
Plant your own container herb garden and learn how to enjoy fresh herbs in your favorite foods and beverages. Gain tips from Master Gardener Kathy McKillip on how to use them for medicinal purposes as well as how herbs can provide a healthy lifestyle and help you to become a herbie!
Join us for some yoga in Brownville!
Classes will be held in various locations, starting with the observation deck on the River Inn Resort overlooking the Missouri River. Week two will be held at the Whiskey Run Creek Vineyard (Winery), then Capitol Square Park and the last class will meet along the Governor Furnace Trail.
Gain some fun and valuable tips from our favorite birding enthusiast. Find out how to attract hummingbirds, orioles and blue birds to your urban yard. Understanding a few details about migration patterns, common species, types of feeders, food, and types of plants and flowers that attract them is important for success.
Come learn to make historical brooms from one of the finest broom makers in the area. You will create your own broom using broom corn, twine and stitching. Discover facts surrounding this art and how it has transitioned over the past century.
Come join us for two fun-filled evenings to learn more about the genre of music called bluegrass. Learn how bluegrass has evolved over the past 25 years.
With more than 22 miles of trail, there is a bit of trail exploration within all of us to get out there and enjoy nature and the peaceful setting of the bluffs along the Missouri River Banks
Experience the wonder of how glass is heated to a molten state to create one-of -a-kind items. Check back in the future for the e commerce web site of River View Glass, currently the site is under construction.
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