Calendar of Events

1:00 pm “Oceans of Grass” film at the Pr...
“Oceans of Grass” film at the Pr...
Oct 20 @ 1:00 pm
The new documentary film, “OCEAN OF GRASS-Life on a Nebraska Sandhills Ranch” was created by former Ogallala native Georg Joutras. OCEAN OF GRASS is an organic journey about life rolled up into the ranch experience. [...]
12:00 pm Halloween at the Hollow
Halloween at the Hollow
Oct 27 @ 12:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Come out to Ash Hollow to celebrate Halloween with the ghosts of the Oregon Trail! Enjoy kid’s games, concessions, archery, crafts, costume contests and more from 12:00pm to 4:00pm. Trunk or Treat starts at 4:00pm[...]
1:30 pm American Girl Halloween Party
American Girl Halloween Party
Oct 27 @ 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm
The Keith County Historical Society will host their annual American Girl Halloween Party Saturday, Oct. 27 from 1:30 to 3:00 pm at the Ogallala Holiday Inn Express.   Advance tickets only, space is limited. 1 Adult[...]
all-day Kayak Big Mac
Kayak Big Mac
Nov 3 all-day
4th Annual Kayak Big Mac Sponsored by Ogallala Rotary

Front Street

The Front Street Crystal Palace Revue is in its 55th year, and is the longest running summer stock theatre production in Nebraska.

An Old West shoot-out and show are performed  during the summer Thursday, Friday and Saturdays in June, and Wednesday through Saturday July 1-August 11.    Gunfight starts at 7:30 pm, and the show is at 7:45 pm. Call 308-284-6000 for reservations.   Ask about Monday and Tuesday night shows for large groups.

Front Street is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Housed at Front Street’s free cowboy museum, the new Prairie Rodeo Museum exhibit is dedicated to preserving and promoting the state’s rodeo history.  The initial collection includes memorabilia contributed by the family of Nebraska rodeo legend Wayne “Tuffy” Barent.  Barent, who passed away in April, 2016, was the Nebraska State Bareback Champion from 1956 to 1958.  Exhibit items include buckles and awards, as well as a saddle and leather luggage crafted by the late Ogallala saddle maker Wes Feusner.  Organizers plan to add to the collection and commemorate all aspects of the sport of rodeo.  For more information about the Prairie Rodeo Museum, contact Barb Barent at 308-883-1908.

(photo: Tiffany Williams Photography)