Events

Sunday, April 28

Nebraska Science Festival

The Nebraska Science Festival began in 2013 as an initiative of the University of Nebraska Medical Center, which continues to administer the festival with...

So You Think You Can STEAM

Is your kid a math whiz, the next Van Gogh, an inventor or just a genius in all subjects? Then this new program is for them! So You Think You Can STEAM is a...

eCreamery Flavor of the Month: Robotic Reese's

You'll be sure to love this one, bit by bit.... or is it bite by bite? Back again this April at eCreamery is our flavor of the month: "Robotic Reese's," made...

Art Exhibit: 'Flora & Feathers' by Pam Harp and Judy Thompson

The delicate beauty of birds and blooms are portrayed in the expressive watercolors of artists Pam Harp and Judy Thompson. Each artist, in their own unique...

Dinosaur UpROAR

Don't miss this life-sized adventure through the fauna and fearsome flora of Lauritzen Gardens that's fun for the whole family. Dinosaur UpROAR offers a...

Hastings Museum: Nature Nook

Explore Nebraska’s environments up close: prairies, wetlands, rivers, agricultural habitats and more through an interactive journey! Albie the Squirrel will...

Hornady Family Arbor

Ten-foot wide paths wind through the picturesque environment you’ll find in the Hornady Family Arbor, Stuhr Museum’s own Park located just east of the Fonner...

Mixture models in the social, behavioral, and education sciences: Classification applications using Mplus

Great Plains IDeA-CTR Monthly Lecture Series Watch via Zoom: https://unmc.zoom.us/j/4025522260 Dr. James Bovaird, Program Director, Quantitative,...

Railroad Exhibit

One of the first exhibits visitors see upon entering the museum is also one of the most striking exhibits in the area. Led by the Augustine Family, Union...

Cherish Nebraska

After being closed to the public for more than 50 years, the fourth level of the historic 1920s-era Morrill Hall has been transformed into state-of-the-art...

Sunday with a Scientist at Morrill Hall

Learn about “The Great Dying," the Permian-Triassic extinction event that took place at the end of the Paleozoic Era, 245 million years ago. Before the...

After Promontory: 150 Years of Transcontinental Railroading

On May 10, 1869, two railroads—built with haste, hope and aspiration—joined in a lonely, dry desert of northern Utah, at a place called Promontory. On that...

Edgerton Explorit Center

The Edgerton Explorit Center exists to instill and nurture in all people the joy of scientific discovery and exploration through hands-on learning...

Kregel Windmill Factory Museum

Step inside the modest, one-story structure on Central Avenue in Nebraska City and you will enter a world that few have experienced; the manufacture of...

Sunday, April 28