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Auditorium Rental Agreement

MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM RENTAL AGREEMENT.pdf read more

City Park

The City Park is located south of Kansas Street between 7th and 9th Streets.  The Park has an enclosed shelter (The Schweser House), two open shelters, tennis court, camp ground with electric hook-ups, swimming pool, municipal . . . read more

David City Family Aquatic Center

Constructed in 2001, the David City Family Aquatic Center opened for business in the summer of 2002. The new facility houses a pool vessel that is over 5,700 square in size. The facility also houses a new bathhouse, which is 23,000 square . . . read more

David City Golf Course

The David City Golf Course is a publicly owned and privately run facility. It is open to the public with very minimal fees. The golf course is a nine-hole golf course that offers the only island tee box (on the 7th hole) in the state. The . . . read more

Municipal Auditorium

The Municipal Auditorium , located in the middle of the David City Park, serves eastern Nebraska for many family reunions, wedding receptions and dances, meetings, ag expos, church dinners, banquets, parties, and local school activities. . . . read more

Park & Auditorium Employees

David City Auditorium 699 Kansas Street P.O. Box 191 David City, NE 68632 402-367-3914   Bill Buntgen Park Supervisor     No Photo Eugene Andel Part-time Park . . . read more

Schweser House

The Schweser House, an enclosed facility, is located in the City Park and is available for rent for family gatherings, showers, etc. To reserve the Auditorium or the Schweser House call the Park Supt. at 367-3914 or the City Office at 367-3135. read more

Thorpe Opera House

The Thorpe Opera House was built by W. B. Thorpe and opened for the cultural use of David City in 1889. The building was refurbished and reopened in 1981. It is available for use by any group or individual in the community for meetings, . . . read more

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