Want to watch better-quality PBS Video? Sign in to access HD streaming!
As the state capital for Groundhog Day in Nebraska, Unadilla is famous for its annual celebration. On the first Saturday of each February, the town’s population doubles and a stuffed rodent named after a former lieutenant governor is the center of attention. With a parade, led by Unadilla Bill himself, members of the community gather to see if the town’s resident groundhog sees his shadow.
Upgrade Your Viewing Experience
This video is available to CallSign viewers with a Passport account. Passport gives you access to a wealth of premium content not previously available online, including full seasons of your favorite shows.