A new venue in Seward, the Olde Glory Theatre and Community Hall, located at 4th and Jackson streets in the former, historic Presbyterian Church, provides a home for community theater and a showcase for area talents along with a place for reunions, receptions and a meeting facility.

Featuring first-run films in the heart of downtown Seward is the historic Rivoli Theatre, now with two screens!

Probably the most significant structure in nearby Bee, Nebraska is the historic States Ballroom built in 1938, providing the setting for many get-togethers, including weddings, basketball games, dances, and the annual Barn Dance.

During the summer, Seward’s Municipal Band entertains weekly at Seward’s outdoor band shell. The Seward County Agricultural Pavilion provides the community with a facility large enough to accommodate large social and business gatherings, along with fairs and auctions.

In 1997, Concordia University dedicated a new 1,400-seat, $2.25 million track and field stadium. With 18 intercollegiate sports, the university’s athletic schedule is a busy one year-round.

Seward is Nebraska’s Official 4th of July City! For complete information and a schedule of events, please visit www.julyfourthseward.com.

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