FORT ROBINSON STATE PARK, Neb. (AP) – Fort Robinson State Park in northwest Nebraska will again hold its annual historical Christmas dinner. The dinner will be held Dec. 3, featuring the menu of the original Fort Robinson Christmas dinner in 1946. The menu includes roast turkey with cranberry sauce, oyster stew, giblet gravy, snowflake potatoes and candied sweet potatoes. The spread will also feature buttered asparagus, green peas, shrimp salad with French dressing, hot rolls and three types of dessert. Guests are encouraged to dress in 1946 attire. Tickets will go on sale Nov. 7. All 200 tickets are expected to sell quickly, and ticket sales will be limited to four per family. They will be sold at the park office, Chadron Chamber of Commerce and Rea’s Market in Harrison.