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Employment

Join the Fonner Park Team this season.

Fonner Park is always looking for new team members in a variety of positions across the facilities and events.  Click on the link below for the downloadable and printable employment application.

Completed applications and questions can be sent to the Fonner Park Human Resources Department. Hard copies of the application form are available for pickup at the Fonner Park office.

Fonner Park Human Resources
Attn: Tracy Bicknase
P.O. Box 490
Grand Island, NE 68802
(308) 382-4515
Email to tracybicknase@aol.com

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A Campus Filled With Possibilities

The Fonner Park campus is filled with endless opportunities for events, shows, programs, etc.  Learn more about the vast landscape that makes the Fonner Park campus.

A history of entertainment.

Fonner Park was originally built in 1953 as a permanent home for the Hall County fairgrounds. The site was purchased by the Hall County Livestock Improvement Association. The park was named after August L. “Gus” Fonner, who donated the land.  

The Old Reliable Hereford Show and Sale was held as its first livestock exhibition in September, before beginning its inaugural season of racing on April 29, 1954. In the years that followed, Fonner was expanded to include additional grandstand seating, expanded barn space, an indoor quarter-mile training track, and other amenities. 

Let us help you find your way

Fonner Park is here and ready for you to enjoy everything we have to offer. Click here for directions.

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