Manley owes its existence to the Missouri Pacific Railroad, which built its main line from Atchison, KS, to Omaha in 1881-82. This line traversed Cass County south-to-north coming through Avoca, Weeping Water, Manley, and on to Louisville.
We find Becky Foster stuck in middle age, middle management at a car dealership, and a middling marriage—with no prospects for change on the horizon. That is until one night when inept millionaire stumbles into the dealership where she works. Becky is offered nothing short of a new life...and the audience is offered a chance to ride shotgun! The Lofte’s Director’s Choice of 2020 is a devious and delightful romp down the road not taken. (The play contains strong language. We suggest PG 13.)
…is upon us! Over the past couple of years, the Village has discussed making the Community Center a Tornado Shelter for residents who do not have a basement to go to or who have a need for a Shelter. With this wonderful building the Village has, the Board would like to provide this safety opportunity for the community, if there is a need.
Any time the Village is in a Tornado Watch or the siren goes off for a Tornado Warning, a Board member will open the Community Center. The basement will serve as a safety area. For emergency information have these phone numbers handy: Tim Glas – 402-515-7105, Denise Swenson 402-677-2587, Mickey Dalton 402-660-7032.
This will be a new venture for the Village & the Board, so if you have any helpful suggestions on how best to proceed, the Board would welcome your input. You may contact Denise Swenson (402-677-2587) or the Village Office (402-234-2304).
Are you anxious to get back to some good ol' country music! We sure are!
We know you want to be safe and others do. too. Not only yourself, but also for others, please be aware that social-distancing and wearing of masks will be MANDATORY in our small theater for the time-being. Thank you for understanding.
Free admittance for kids under 13.
Louisville Care Community - Visitors not allowed
CORONAVIRUS HEALTH ALERT
We are NOT allowing visitors at this time.
We deeply care about the safety of our residents and staff. Please, use other methods of communication to connect with your loved ones.
Call #402-234-2125 for questions, concerns or emergencies