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NC Museum Association releases 2020 events list

Staff Writer
Syracuse Journal-Democrat

The Nebraska City Museum Association has announced its 2020 events.
April events include the start of the monthly “Saturday with a Soldier” at the Missouri River Basin-Lewis and Clark Center, 100 Valmont Dr.
“Saturday with a Soldier” will take place April 11, May 9, June 13, July 11, Aug. 8, Sept. 12, and Oct. 10.
An exhibit renovation unveiling is planned from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. April 16 at the Civil War Veterans Museum and GAR Hall, 910 1st Corso.
“The Power of Wind and Water Art Show” will be on display at the Kregel Windmill Factory Museum, 1416 Central Ave., from April 22 through 27.
All Nebraska City Museums will open for the season during Arbor Day Weekend, April 26 through 28.
Trails West Day is planned Saturday, June 6,  at the Old Freighters Museum, 407 N. 14th St.
Kregel Days are planned June 12 through 14 at the Kregel Windmill Factory Museum.
June 12 through 14 are also the dates of the annual Paint Out and Wet Sale at the Wildwood Historic Center, 420 Steinhart Park Rd.
The annual Juneteenth celebration, sponsored by Mayhew Cabin and the Civil War Veterans Museum and GAR Hall, is planned for Saturday, June 20.
The Kregel Windmill Factory Museum will host Living History Days July 11 and 12.
A birthday celebration honoring Meriwether Lewis and William Clark will be the highlight of a Business After Hours at the MRB-Lewis and Clark Center on Aug. 13.
The Kregel Windmill Factory Museum will host Founder’s Day on Aug. 16.
The Nelson House, 711 3rd Corso, will be the site of a Sweet Summer Afternoon on Aug. 23.
The Wildwood Historic Center will host its eighth annual Star Party the evening of Sept. 12.
The Fall Speaker Series at the Kregel Windmill Factory Museum is planned for Sept. 19, Oct. 17, and Nov. 7.
Wildwood Historic Center will host “Victorian Christmas in October” from Oct. 1 to 31, and “Heirloom Christmas” on Dec. 5.
The MRB-Lewis and Clark Center will be the site of “Christmas for the Birds” on Dec. 29, and a First Day Hike on Jan. 1, 2021.
For more information on upcoming museum events, visit www.nebraskcitymuseums.org.