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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 […]

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Our 2016 Follow the Rails Art Trail is Bigger and Better than ever, so Sandhills Journey Scenic Byway is offering an unforgettable 3-night journey across the Sandhills Tour.  This all inclusive package includes hotels, meals, wine, and every stop on the trail from Grand Island to Alliance or Alliance to GI.  Experience Nebraska Art and […]

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When visitors arrive at Thedford during the sixth annual Follow the Rails Art Trail, October 14- 16, the Thedford Art Gallery may be the focal point inside for art, but walk down the block to the south of the gallery and see a life size bronze, ‘Journey of Angels’ sculpted by local rancher, Linda Egle. […]

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A great portion of Cairo’s history was almost lost on a farm sale.  It happened when one of the descendants of two of Cairo’s preeminent photographers had a farm sale.  As chronicled by H. Jason Combs of the University of Nebraska and Ken Harders a local historian, the story goes like this. Henry Balcom and his son-in-law […]

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Lucy Yanagida will be displaying her work at the Sandhills Visitor Center in Broken Bow during the Follow the Rails Art Trail October 14 -16.  Lucy’s husband is grew up in Broken Bow area.  Lucy recently studied the Sandhills and painted this picture. Lucy Yanagida biography: Lucy Yanagida is a landscape and wildlife artist living […]

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Do you create?  Then please sign up to display and/or sell your work during Follow the Rails Art Trail October 14 – 16, 2016.  We several locations to display your work in Grand Island, Cairo, Ansley, Broken Bow, Thedford, Mullen, Hyannis, Ashby, Antioch and Alliance.  You are also welcome to display in your own town […]

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