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3D Modeling via Zoom

Youth must be at least 8 years old to participate.


Learn how a 3D printer works & create your own 3D printed design.  Within this workshop, you will create an account and use free online software to learn basic computer aided design.  Upon completion of your 3D model, you may email the instructor your file and the 3D print will be mailed to you at a later date.  Offer is limited to residents of the continental United States and one 1-hr print per registered participant.


Upon registration, please select the preferred date for attendance.

June 9: 10:00 – Noon

June 10: 10:00 – Noon

June 11: 10:00 – Noon

June 17: 10:00 – Noon

WED. MAR 17, 2021 @ 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM CST

Emergency Rental Assistance: How Does It Work? > REGISTER


Many Nebraskans were forced to transition from flood recovery to dealing with the global pandemic. Join us for a discussion on more efficient disaster preparedness practices.



Robin Ambrose, NIFA

The on-line horticulture contest will be offered June 4-21st 2021. 


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