Since 1876, the Nebraska Society of Washington, D.C. has sought to strengthen cultural and patriotic ties, binding Nebraskans living in the Washington D.C. area, and to promote the welfare of Nebraska, its citizens, traditions, and institutions. Today, the Society is one of the strongest and most vibrant state organizations in the Nation’s Capital.
Nebraska became the 37th state on March 1, 1867. We're throwing a party to celebrate her 147th birthday, and you're invited! >>> Read More
The cherry blossom season is a great time to celebrate the lasting friendship between the United States and Japan. Come cheer on Nebraska's Cherry Blossom Princess as she competes for Festival Queen. >>> Read More
The first Arbor Day took place in Nebraska in 1872. Join us in keeping the tradition alive. >>> Read More
Each year, the Nebraska State Society recognizes fellow Nebraskans for their service and accomplishments. See previous recipients and get tickets for this year's Distinguished Nebraskan. >>> Read More