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WEST POINT Nielsen Community Center


200 Anna Stalp Ave • West Point • NE • 68788 402-372-0184 • Fax: 402-372-1105


www.WPNielsenCenter.commanager@wpnielsencenter.com Horizon Inn & Suites


301 Plaza Drive • West Point • NE • 68788 877-372-1959 • Fax: 402-372-9130 www.horizoninnandsuites.com manager@horizoninnandsuites.com


Exhibit capacity: 70 booths 8 by 10 ft. 15 additional booths can be placed in the foyer and/or hallways


Nielsen Community Center:


State-of-the-art audio and video equipment, stage with dressing rooms, loading dock, 14 x14 overhead door ballroom access Area attractions: Golf course, bowling alley, live theatre, movie theater, John G. Neihardt Center, and 3 local parks (1 with fishing access, 1 with walking trails) Area rooms: 88 Meeting space sq. ft.: 1,700 - Horizon Inn & Suites


Additional space: Foyer-2,800 sq. ft.


14,500 - Nielsen Commu- nity Center


Reception capacity: 70 people Horizon Inn & Suites


900+ seated Nielsen Com- munity Center


Notes:


Make your event, reception, or convention one to remember at the Nielsen Community Center. Located in West Point, built in 2008, the Nielsen Center is the finest events center in Northeast Nebraska. Our 13,000 sq. ft. ballroom is very flexible for any kind of event. Included is our state-of-the-art audio and video capabilities to meet your needs. A 10,000 sq. ft. covered entrance and striking foyer provide a protected drop-off point or a beautiful staging area for your inside event. We offer affordable pricing and there is never a charge for parking. We provide a Small Town Atmosphere with Big City Amenities.


Horizon Inn & Suites: Comfort and sophistication describes our spacious rooms at Horizon Inn &


Suites. Your stay includes - indoor pool and hot tub, free hot buffet breakfast, wireless internet, and fitness center. We offer a convenient location with a quiet atmosphere. Each room has standard amenities, such as refrigerator, microwave, and iron/ironing board to name a few. Also included is a hospitality room located on premises. Each guestroom has complimentary refreshments included. We are located in West Point, Nebraska, near the junction of Highways 275 & 9. At Horizon Inn & Suites we take pride in helping our guests depart rested and refreshed.


YORK


York County Visitors Bureau • Bob Sautter 601 N Lincoln Ave • York • NE • 68467 402-362-4575 or 888-SEE-YORK • Fax: 402-362-5953 www.yorkvisitors.orgyorkcountyvisitors@gmail.com


The Crossroads of the Midwest and Nation extends an invitation to “Experience York!”


Area rooms: 700 Nearest airport: York Municipal Airport, Eppley Airfield/Omaha (90 minutes), Lincoln Airport (45 minutes), Grand Island Regional Airport (45 minutes) Major meeting facilities: The new Holthus Convention Center, York Best Western Plus Hotel and Conference Center, York City Auditorium, Cornerstone Ag Events Center, Stone Creek Events Center/McCool Junction


York is ideally situated at the junction of I-80, Hwy-34 and Hwy-81, the Pan-American Highway. We are literally not only at the Crossroads of the Midwest, but at the Crossroads of the nation. It is located in an area steeped in history, and was indeed a traveler’s stop on the original pioneer trails over 140 years ago. Top attractions include: nationally-recognized Chances ‘R’ Restaurant & Lounge, boasting more motor coach stops than any other restaurant in the state of Nebraska, Lee’s Marble Museum, a million-dollar collection of vintage and modern marbles, the only such museum in the country, live theater at the Yorkshire Playhouse, now in its 41st year, Wessel’s Living History Farm (named Nebraska’s outstanding tourism attraction for 2009), Junction Motor Speedway, Henderson Mennonite Heritage Park, The Clayton Museum of Ancient History/York College, hiking and biking trails, lush parks and beautifully manicured golf courses. York is also home to Fred Niblo, one of the most famous and prolific silent film directors, and a founding member of the Motion Picture Academy and Academy Awards. Contact the York County Visitors Bureau for more complimentary information on how we can help you to EXPERIENCE


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