Follow the Trail!
The Trail of Authors, Arts and Architecture event is held to promote our Authors and Artists in the area.
Some of the events include book signings, art exhibits, presentations by authors, writers’ workshops, notable speakers, live entertainment, tours of local areas, a great variety of food and the opportunity to network with the various communities along Byway 136.
Many times the event is held in conjunction with another community event. The goal is to appeal to all ages and involve a large number of participants.
Several communities plan to participate in Trail of Authors this year.
Check out upcoming events by city:
Trail of Authors:
Red cloud offers beautiful 1880’s architecture and is home to the Pulitzer prize winner Willa Cather
Starting out at the Lincoln Star, he went on to work as a publicist for Ronald Reagan, Elizabeth Taylor and more.
Trail of Arts:
Falls city is home to multiple art galleries, and to John Falter. The painter best known for his cover paintings of the Saturday Evening Post.
The Nebraska native Paul Swan has been called “Nebraska’s Leonardo”. After studying at the university of Chicago he returned to teach in Nebraska. He later went on to New York to pursue his work and write his memoir.
The school house art gallery contains multiple art shows and speaking events throughout the summer.
Trail of Architecture:
Dedicated in 1889 the Johnson County Courthouse has survived time. Once a year the avenue of flags is displayed all around the property
Brownville is known for its continuing music series, summer theater, art galleries/book stores, and brilliant architecture.
McCook is home to some of our states greatest architecture. This includes sites like the Frank Lloyd Wright House and the George Norris house.
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