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Nebraska mobile children’s museum moving through the panhandle

Nebraska mobile children’s museum moving through the panhandle

42 communities in the state will be fortunate enough to have the Nebraska state-of-the-art mobile children’s museum rolling through their communities this year. The museum is currently in the panhandle, just finishing a two day stay in Alliance before coming to Scottsbluff over the Memorial Day weekend and stopping in Kimball next week.

Hunter Voelker, the museum’s manager, says it has been a great experience travailing the state. Voelker says there are 10 activities for children inside and three more outside.

The museum will be in Scottsbluff Friday and Sunday  from 1 to 5 p.m. and Saturday from 10 to 5 at 1701 Broadway. The museum will also be in Kimball June 1st and 2nd at the Kimball Event Center.

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