Jody Lamp honors Nebraska’s agricultural history with stories of the spaces, places, inventions, commodities, events, and people that made Nebraska one of the top agricultural states in the nation and gave rise to such slogans as “The Beef State” and “The Cornhusker State.” Lamp will enlighten and entertain with important and little know stories like the history of the Grand Island Horse and Mule Barn Markets. The event is free to the public! Prior to the show refreshments are available starting at 6 pm. There will also be a book signing as part of this event. This event is co-sponsored by Humanities Nebraska.