508 E 4th St
Hours: Friday &
9 am – 5 pm
October 15: Wine
5 – 8 pm
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.
204 W. 4th St
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.
210 Box Butte Ave
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.
324 W 3rd st
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/Special Stitches
424 Box Butte aVE
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.
908 Yellowstone Ave
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!
Serving appetizers and entertainment by Nashville recording artist Kristina Craig
Bluebird Flowers & Gifts
318 Box Butte Ave
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.
110 w 4th st
Unique culinary delights of homemade earthy foods. Located in historical Newberry building of downtown Alliance.
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.
CaLinda’s Pot Shop & Art Gallery
Friday & Saturday
9 pm – 5 pm
Sunday 10 am – 3 pm
Wine Down Party
Owner/Artist, Linda Lacy showcases her handmade and wheel-thrown pottery with beautiful onlays and western motifs. All of her own original designs. Linda also shows her talents of painting in various media from Abstract to Realism, w/c, oils, pastels and inks. This unique shop is a 2016 passport stop. CaLinda’s will be open Sat evening for a “wine down” party. Come join the fun at this unique 60’s style café turned Pottery shop in the Sandhills. Check out the best sellers: Handmade “wine coozies!”
Ashby Main Street
Kaylene White with her hand made crafts for unique home decorating;
“Wheel Chair Cowboy”, Mick Dubs, with his handcrafted leather works,
White Photography and their beautiful western photographs and photo embossed gifts;
Diane Dubs with her hand crocheted home items;
Audrey Powles Photography;
Emily Burgess creative signs and many more to come.
Ashby Lumber & Floral
Ardith Keller is a floral artist showcasing her talents with beautiful arrangements in both fresh and silk flowers and wreaths. Also variety gifts available. Willis shows his hand crafted cedar wood works. Very unique and beautiful, all located in the Ashby Lumber Co.
Grant County Museum
Friday and Saturday
Display of historical items and antiques of Grant County and the Sandhills. Unique display of John Wayne memorabilia.
Mullen Art Center
Karen Happ Anders
Art Demos in ceramics, youth arts, and blind contour drawing
October 14 – 16
2 – 4 pm
Music in the Gazebo
5 – 7 pm
Stephanie Nielsen CarteR
Unique paintings and art in her home. Home is available for artist retreats and rentals.
Thedford Art Gallery
Friday and Saturday
Hereford Display and several artists displaying at downtown Thedford Art Gallery.
The Secret Garden
80445 Rd 431
Primitive crafts, antiques, handmade crafts, unique lawn décor, Watkins, & Christian home décor. Featuring three different tapas towers, by reservations only.
October 14: Breakfast Fountain featuring three different tapas
RSVP Secret Garden
9am – 4pm
Chandler’s Sandhill Honey
Handcrafted Nebraska Honey from the Sandhills
Artists on the Square
Friday and Saturday
Featuring multiple artists and entertainment on the newly revitalized town square and in the historical gazebo. K-BEAR broadcasting live from this location.
SJSB Visitor Center
Scenic Byway Visitor Center with info and art of the Byway and Sandhill region. History. New Kiosks will tell the story, walk an outdoor path thru a birding trail.
October 14: Wine and Cheese
5 – 7 pm
Meet artist Lucy Yanagida at the reception. Lucy’s husband grew up in Broken Bow. Lucy has visited the area, patined and will show her works at the Sandhills Byway during Follow the Rails Art Trail.
846 S E St
A local furniture store who offers an array of unique and exceptional pieces-many one of a kind-We are also a stockist for Annie Sloan Chalk Paint. (Planning Chalk Paint demos)
Wild Rose Art Gallery
932 S E St, Suite #5
A coop art gallery of approximately 15 artists using various media.
445 S 9th st
Historical items of Custer Co. Antiques and stories of days gone by. Special display of area quilters.
421 S 9TH
Jill Thompson, owner. Ortello Dale is your home away from home store. We are a home décor and gift store specializing in unique, one-of-a-kind items surrounded in atmosphere of heritage and family. 2016 Passport Stop.
Prairie Grounds Café & Gifts
933 SE ST
308-872-3333 Unique shop offering gifts, antiques, and culinary delights
New establishment in Broken Bow, Kindkaider will host supper for a bus tour. Homemade brew of various flavors. Brewery open for touring. Unique bar and deck for entertainment. New kitchen with lunch available.
Security State Bank Janice Harrop
Museum of Nebraska Artists on display at the Bank.
The French Table
594 Main st.
The French Table is at home in a restored 1907 Church in the quaint village of Mason City, NE. Here you will find a curated and eclectic collection of all things beautiful. We bring you decorative and fine arts as well as thee most uncommon objets d’art and antiques.
Cedar Hills Vineyard
48970 375th Rd
Clay & Heidi Schutz
Several quilts on display. Cedar Hills is a Winery serving at the SJSB receptions. Unique tasting room and vineyard.
305 Said St
Open 9-5, Friday and Saturday
View the museum which features the photography of Balcom. See the history of Solon Borglum and his connection to Mount Rushmore.
Cairo Community Center
305 said st
open 9-5, Friday and Saturday
Emily Harders: Merritt Award Winning Potter
Sarah Hadenfeldt: Award winning photographer
Erin Theisen: Photographer
Also enjoy the sites and sounds of the Centura Choir and Band. Venue will also feature art classes and several arts and multiple crafts vendors.
Studio K – (formerly Prairie Winds Art Center) 112 W 3rd
Several artists display their oils, acrylics, drawings, jewelry, photos, pottery, glass, greeting cards, mosaics, pine needle baskets, wood, and bronze
209 N Locust St #2
GI’s oldest still established business, 136 years old. Original art, photography, Prints, and framing available
116 e 3rd st
located in heart of downtown
The Chocolate Bar is a unique eatery that offers fresh, health conscious food and made from scratch Chocolate desserts designed to enjoy on location or to-go. Our coffee bar is open till we close late in the evening and you are welcome to a mixed drink anytime of the day or night. The Chocolate Bar exists to provide a casual and accepting atmosphere that fosters relaxation, growth, and inspiration. (Plan to have a performing artist and visual artist during FRAT)
3133 US HWY 34
Renee & Mike
October 13: Wine and Hors d’oeuvres
7 PM – 9 PM
RSVP Cedar Hills