Programs and Events

Hands On History

Every First Friday – 530PM

HOH provides attendees the opportunity to take an active learner role.  The program provides a background history in each month’s topic, a peek at unexhibited artifacts, and a hands-on project.  Supplies provided.

All ages welcome | $7/person

Free to Members

9/2: Dainty Games for the Dames

10/7: Poisons & Potions

11/4: The Secret language of Fans

12/2: Cookie Swap



EVM Sprouts

Every 2nd Saturday 10 AM

EVM invites its littlest explorers and their grown-ups to engage in sensory activities to foster mindfulness, cognitive development, and appreciation of the world around them.

For ages 1-3 | $3 per Family

Free to Members

8/27 – Nature Hunt!

9/10 – Hands Eyes Feet Together (Coordination)

10/8 – Nature is Art

11/12 – What fits in here?  (Spatial Relations)



Humanities Nebraska Fall Speaker Series

This fall join EVM for educational and compelling speakers.  These presentations are free to the public.  This program is supported through funding from Humanities Nebraska and the Nebraska Cultural Endowment. 

August 20th @ 130: History of Trick Roping and Wild West Shows, Joan Wells

September 16th @ 530: Storytelling and the Hispanic Oral Tradition, Linda Garcia Perez

October 8th @ 330: How Chocolate Conquered the American Continent….TWICE!, Jose Fransico Garcia

November 19th @ 330: The Voice of Native American Women, Nancy Gillis

Traveling to the area? Visit the Norfolk Area Visitor’s Bureau for more information about local eateries, hotels, and attractions!

wagon wheel “Celebrating Our Past, Shaping Our Future”

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