Spring '19 classes in Brownville NE




Courses will be released via the Learning Center at Nebraska City 

Spring 2019 catalog and is also available for viewing on line at www.souheast.edu/NebraskaCityLC

 or

 www.brownvilleculturalcenter.com

to learn more about Brownville and other events and activities.


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Welcome

There's much to see here. So, take your time, look around, and learn all there is to know about us. We hope you enjoy our site and take a moment to drop us a line.

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Events

Brownville Village Theatre

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June through August, the oldest repertory theatre in Nebraska, offering plays & musicals all summer long. Use site links for more theatre information

Brownville Concert Series

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Offering nationally recognized performers presenting concerts and cabarets, Monthly performances begin in March - for more information visit. Use site links for more concert information


River Inn Resort

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Brownville's floating bed & breakfast, also featuring the Spirit of Brownville with dinner & sightseeing cruises. Special events hosted throughout the year. Use site links for more River Inn information

Entertainment

Whisky Run Creek Friday Nights Summer Music Series

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Providing a gift shop, tasting room, and live music each Friday evening May - September. Use site links for more Whisky Run information

Steamboat Trace Trail

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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

Historical Home & Museum tours

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Experience the past through a tour of one of many museums in Brownville. Use site links for more Historical information

Artistic Demonstrations

Sweet Water Brooms

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Watch how brooms were made in the past. For more information about Sweet Water Brooms just click on the photo of the broom

Palmerton Studio

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Here within the historic Palmerton studio artist and lecturer John Lockke provides live demonstrations, reflections regarding the natural landscape of the region and a unique perspective on his approach to capturing the essence of the real Brownville and her legacy.

River View Glass

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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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Brownville Cultural Center