The annual Lincoln County Heritage Festival is set to go Saturday-Sunday, June 8-9, at the historical museum.

The museum is at 2403 N. Buffalo Bill Ave.

On Saturday (10 a.m.-4 p.m.), the festival offers live music, demonstrations, antique cars, tractors and farm equipment. For kids, there will be a peddle tractor course, kiddie train, corn scramble and model train show.

There will be demonstrations of blacksmithing, wool spinning and weaving, hand quilting, rope making, and corn shelling. A redneck horseshoe competition is planned.

Food and gift vendors will be on site.

On Sunday (noon-4 p.m.), a tractor rodeo will be held at 2 p.m., in addition to the rest of the events.

Musicians will play on Saturday from 11 a.m.-3 p.m., including the Flatrock Irregulars; Jim Calhoun, Barb and Brenda, and the Back Pages – Alasha Johnson, John Martin and George Lauby.

Admission is $5 for ages 6 and older, good for one day or both days. Historical photos of the North Platte area from the Brown-Harano Studio archives will be available to pick up.

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