Alliance Has Multiple Stops During Follow the Rails October 14, 15 and 16

Follow the Rails Art Trail 2016 is coming together. Alliance will offer many activities as well as multiple places to visit.  Mark your calendar and the map to visit Alliance

Alliance – 2016

Carnegie Arts

Historic Carnegie building founded in 1911 and used as public library for 68 years. Carnegie has four galleries displaying featured artists from all over Nebraska and neighboring states. Beautifully landscaped Sculpture Garden provides a lovely pivotal place for cultural, social events. Carnegie offers classes, gifts, and visual art displays continually. Non-profit organization.

Steph’s Studio

Enjoy seeing Stephanie Mantooth’s award winning photography. See her new scrapbooking room and all its wonderful album art deco selections. Steph is hosting guest artist, MelloDe McCart and her unique colored pencil drawings.

Sweet Bre’s

Judy Smith, owner, offers fresh floral arrangements, silk wreaths, unique gifts, collectibles, candy bouquets, balloons, and wall decorations.
Guest artist, Ivy Lundberry, photographer-“Images by Ivy”

Studio A

Owner/Artist, Ashley Dudden showcases original paintings. Studio A offers youth art lessons, adult workshops, painting parties and custom artwork. Sell vinyl signs and t-shirts and art supplies. Special guest artist, Quilter, Deb Hatch

Bluebird Flowers & Gifts
Carolyn Marlatt owns Bluebird Flowers and Gifts, a locally owned & operated flower shop that offers unique gift items and full floral services. Carolyn is a local artist who crafts jewelry and gift items.

Hoffhaus Garden

Beautiful floral bouquets, arrangements, wreaths, plants by Gordon & Rosalie Hoff. Hoffhaus Garden est. in 1918. Guest artist, Tim Hoff, will show his unique photography and paintings. Wine tasting on Saturday evening for one bus tour.

Knight Museum

Reception Oct. 13th, Visit the Knight Museum and Sandhill Center to see antiquities and information of the Sandhills region, Railroad memorabilia, the formation of the West! Don’t miss this one! Fantastic hands-on for kids too! New!


Unique culinary delights of homemade earthy foods. Located in historical Newberry building of downtown Alliance. Hosting the Hereford Association’s reception and artwork of the Herefords and display of original Newberry saddles.

Antioch Potash Site

Stop and see the site of the historical Potash Boom & Bust, a story you won’t believe till you see and hear.