Tuesday, January 9, 2018

Dorchester's Legion Buffalo Feed Is Sunday, Jan. 28


January in Nebraska is a long month with few highlights. 

But Sunday, January 28, will bring one of those highlights to Dorchester.


It is that time of year when area residents and visitors flock to Dorchester's main street to get their fill of the best buffalo served in all of Nebraska.


The Dorchester American Legion's annual January buffalo feed is a decades-long tradition.  This year, a special touch will be added as the Skalak Band will be providing entertainment.


The luncheon will begin at noon on Sunday and continue until 2 p.m. 


The evening dinner will start at 5 p.m. and continue until 7 p.m., or until supplies last. 


Meal includes buffalo roast, barbecue and meatloaf, with homemade sides, bread and beverage.


There will be multiple raffles, pickle cards and a cash bar.  


Also, lunch specials will be available Monday, Jan. 29, at the Legion if all the food isn't sold out by Sunday.


The event raises money for community projects and scholarships provided by the Legion. 


You will want to come early for this very popular event, as finding parking can be a challenge. Bring your friends!


3 comments:

  1. Can't wait for this on Sunday because it's always amazingly good!

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  2. So glad to see that a local band will be providing the entertainment. Both Russ & Debbie Skalak are DHS graduates, which makes this all the more special!

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  3. So glad to see that a local band will be providing the entertainment. Both Russ & Debbie Skalak are DHS graduates, which makes this all the more special!

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