Irregulars playing at the Lincoln County Historical Museum’s “Old Fashioned Corn Feed.” What a great day. We started off playing at the Farmers Market and then went to the Museum. Filling the air with music this Saturday. Loved it!
While clearing over the weekend I found this picture of our dog Cassey and Jessica’s Maggie. They are no longer with us but were great pets. Cassey was a rescue dog we received from a friend. I remember how afraid of loud noises Cassey was. We had to take special precautions with her over the… Continue reading Memories
The Kurre’s back yard following the April , 2011 Spring Snow storm. The forecast is for 60’s by Saturday morning. We have to love Nebraska!
Media night provided a great kick off to the North Platte Chautauqua. FDR will be the featured speaker for the Thursday evening Program. More information at the North Platte Chautauqua site.
With about 14 inches of snow North Platte has now exceeded it’s average annual snow fall of 30.4 inches in October alone. We were unable to get out our back door and it is going to take all day to shovel our cars out of the garage. I know I promised to get a snow… Continue reading Record Snow in October — Snow Day!
The call from the NP “Code Red” service (reverse 911) woke me this morning with information on a snow emergency. When I went to bed last night, after a very lively open mic, I didn’t expect the 6 – 10 inches we seem to have on the ground. Our thermometer shows 19 degrees here on… Continue reading October Snow
Open mic was held in Downtown North Platte on the Bricks Friday night (7/10). Open Mic followed the Arts Council’s Downtown fund raiser and spaghetti feed. It was a good night with poetry, comedy and music from some of the Open Mic Regulars. Tim, Sharon, and George (pictured) entertain the crowd with a classic rock… Continue reading Pictures from Open Mic
What a weekend. On Friday I played as a member of the Flat Rock Irregulars for a Hooley at the Espresso Shoppe. The Hooley, a boisterous Irish part was a benefit for Eileen Dempsey. Organizers of the Hooley seemed please with the turn out. A great show of support for Eileen from the community. This… Continue reading What A Weekend
On Wednesday, June 3, 2009 dignitaries from across the state, including Govenor Heineman, were on hand to break ground for the Buffalo Bill South project. The project, which has been in the works for about 40 years will soon provide North Platte residents with an additional way in and out of town. As Mayor Kaschke… Continue reading Ground Breaking on Buffalo Bill South