Are You Ready For This Spaghetti?

This weekend marks the 92nd Santa Lucia Festival, which will take place at the Lewis and Clark Landing. Thursday June 9 through Sunday June 12, join the celebration with food, rides, games, and Italian tradition. Live bands, a cannoli eating contest, Sicilian style pizza prepared and served by the famous “Pizza Boys”, and other Italian favorites set the stage for a weekend of family friendly fun! A beer garden, carnival rides, and the crowning of this year’s Santa Lucia Queen offer something for everyone!

92nd Santa Lucia Festival

Lewis and Clark Landing

Thursday June 9-Sunday June 12

Polish Wish

The 7th annual Polish Fest will take place June 11 at Beer Corner. Live music, Polish Bier Garten from noon-midnight, Stoysich sausage, pierogis, and golumpki will please the Polack in everyone!

7th Annual Polish Fest

June 11, Noon to Midnight

Beer Corner USA, 3578 Farnam

Fun For All Folks

The Nebraska Folk and Roots Festival heads to Branched Oak Farms June 10th and 11th. Two stages will host dozens of bands like Pandas and People, Pleiades the Bear, and Mezcal Brothers. Local vineyards and Breweries keep the drinks flowing, while Tina’s Café, Branched Oak Farm, Davey Road Ranch, Tylo’s, Heoya, Motor Food, and Hawaiian Ice keep hunger at bay. For all of the details, check out

The Nebraska Folk and Roots Festival

Branched Oak Farms

17015 NW 70th St, Raymond, NE

Have a Ball!

The 23rd annual Testicle Festival is coming to Ashland June 17th. A feast for adventurous eaters, the family friendly event includes music, adult trike races, and nachos, hot dogs, burgers and fries for the more conventional palate. Admission is only $5 at the gate, or free with a military ID.

23rd Annual Testicle Festival

Round The Bend Steakhouse

30801 East Park Highway, Ashland

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