The 51st annual Arrows to Aerospace parade and celebration returns this week.
Karen Mier, president of the Bellevue-Offutt Kiwanis, said free pony rides, games, music, food, races and a parade will be held Saturday, along with a new program on raptors by the Fontenelle Forest Nature Center.
“We hope that there is something for everyone,” Mier said.
A2A events begin Thursday at 6:30 with a history presentation by Jeff Barnes at the Bellevue Public Library on “Contact and Conflict: the monumental story of Nebraska and the Indian Wars.”
A senior luncheon at the Bellevue Senior Luncheon featuring bingo and music by Johnny Ray Gomez will be held Friday at 11 a.m.
For more information, visit bokiwanis.org.