Wessels Living History Farm among 20 attractions in state’s holiday passport program

YORK – Wessels Living History Farm is among 20 attractions in this year’s Nebraska Holiday Passport program.

The purpose of the program is to encourage tourism as well as shopping/entertainment experiences throughout the state.

Participants benefit from visiting the various attractions, while at the same time earning the ability to win prizes. They simply visit as many of the Passport stops as they wish, get stamps, then turn those stamps in for prizes. There is no age limit to participate. One prize entry is allowed per person. Each individual can submit their own pamphlet prize entry sheet.

The Holiday Passport season runs from Nov. 17 to Jan. 7. During that time, individuals can collect their stamps. The prize entries must be received by Jan. 14.

Also in this year’s Holiday Passport program are: Beulah’s Emporium in Chappell, Burt County Museum in Tekamah, Buy Nebraska Store in Kearney, Cedar Hill Home and Holiday in Lincoln, Dude’s Steakhouse & Brandin’ Iron Bar/Lounge in Sidney, El Patron Mexican Restaurant in Schuyler, Frahm Bar in Hastings, Local Gift Boutique and Tea Lounge in Hemingford, Main Street Jewelers in Plattsmouth, Midwest Theater in Scottsbluff, Platte Valey Equipment in Fremont, Ponca State Park in Ponca, Prairie Arts Center in North Platte, Red Path Gallery and Tasting Room in Seward, Rustic Riverside Mercantile in West Point, Southeast Nebraska Cancer Memorial Garden in Humboldt, The Durham Museum in Omaha, Tub’s Pub in Sumner and Wettlaufer’s Garden Center & Flower Shop in Atkinson.

Funding support for this program is provided by the Nebraska Tourism Commission.

Go to https://nebraskapassport.com/holiday/passport-stops for information about the program and how to participate.

 

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