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For further information on any of these activities, please contact the village office by: Phone: (402) 528-3253.
Beemer's two parks have playground equipment, picnic areas with tables and grills, shelters and rest rooms.
|Boating||Boating on nearby sand pits, Fremont Lakes (40 miles), Missouri River (45 miles), and Gavins Point Dam (82 miles)|
|Ball||Two lighted ball diamonds|
|Bowling||Two 8-lane bowling alleys within 8�miles|
|Camping||Available near the Elkhorn River|
|Canoeing||On the Elkhorn River|
|Fishing||Excellent fishing in the Elkhorn River and nearby lakes|
|Fitness||Wellness Center available in West Point|
|Golf||One public 18-hole grass greens course with clubhouse|
|Horseshoes||Pits at the park|
|Hunting||Excellent hunting for deer, duck, pheasant, and turkey|
|Rifle Range||Improve your marksmanship, contact Mark Delmont for information (402) 528-7272|
|Tennis||A lighted hard-surfaced court in the park|
|Theatre||The nearest movie theatre is within 35 miles|
Beemer Play Days is held annually in July. The dates for 2007 are July 27, 28, 29. Activities include a parade, BBQ, kids games, and a variety of other events.
Beemer Senior Citizens Center provides weekday noon meals and also Meals-on-Wheels. Entertainment is scheduled weekly.
Local attractions include the Dewitt Cemetery Historical Site and the Cuming County Museum, located at the Cuming County fairgrounds in West Point.
The Beemer Community Theatre organized in 1986. They put on an annual production the last weekend of February. The production includes a musical comedy and dinner. The theater group also participates in the community�s Yuletide celebration in December. Proceeds from the productions are used to update theater equipment, provide scholarships for local high school graduates, and assist with other community functions.
Indian Trails Country Club located in the scenic Elkhorn River bluffs just south of Beemer, overlooks an 18-hole golf course, swimming pool, playground, golfers lift, and recreation area. The name was derived from a pioneer pastor who established a church on the bluff. He befriended the Omaha Indians and they visited him frequently following a trail that became an established path from the river valley to the parsonage.
The Yuletide Social is a gathering sponsored by the Beemer Community Club in mid December. The Social includes food, gifts, music, a Community Theatre Children's Play and an appearance by Santa Claus.
There are many different activities for the children of Beemer. Some of them include: dance, taekwando, karate, golf, piano, wrestling, boy scouts, girl scouts, cub scouts, 4-H clubs, T-ball, baseball, softball, flag football and soccer.