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  1. The 120th Annual Midwest Art Exhibition

    January 28 - April 22 @ Birger Sandzén Memorial Gallery

    Five new exhibitions comprise the 120th annual Midwest Art Exhibition open at the Birger Sandzén Memorial Gallery on Jan. 28. On display through April 22 are Print Culture in Kansas City, works from the Moffett collection; encaustic and fiber works by Ellie Murphy of New York City; paintings by Barry Fitzgerald of Lawrence; plein-air paintings by the Western Kansas group In the Open Air; and works by students attending Smoky Valley High School in Lindsborg. The Sandzén Gallery is located at 401 N. First Street in Lindsborg. Gallery hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday, and 1 to 5 p.m. on Sunday. The gallery is closed on Mondays. Admission is free, with donations appreciated. Docent tours for groups are available by two-week advance appointment. For more information about Birger Sandzén, the gallery, and these exhibitions visit http://www.Sandzén.org or call 785-227-2220.

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  2. Red Barn Studio Artist-in-Residence: Author, Poet, Journalist - Brian D’Ambrosio

    February 13 - April 28 @ The Red Barn Studio

    Author, poet and journalist of Helena, Montana, Brian D’Ambrosio will be the guest house resident artist at the Red Barn Studio Museum, 212 S. Main St. Currently, D’Ambrosio is writing a new book titled “New Mexico Singers and Songwriters” which he will continue writing during his residency. The other book he will finish during his residency is “Famous and Almost Forgotten: Montana Performers and Entertainers.” While he was in Lindsborg, last year, he finished a book called “Montana and the NFL.” Brian D’Ambrosio is the author of more than 11 books and his articles have been published in local, regional and national publications. D’Ambrosio’s favorite journalistic subjects are history, music, architecture, biography, boxing, NHL “tough guys,” photography, forgotten inventors and obscure American poets and authors. D’Ambrosio received his Bachelor’s degrees in Public Relations from Suny Plattsburgh, New York and Journalism at the University of Montana.

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  3. Lindsborg Collects... Lindsborg Art!

    March 4 - April 2 @ Red Barn Studio & Lindsborg Businesses

    The concept of "LINDSBORG COLLECTS, LINDSBORG ART" is to celebrate local collectors of art. Organizers are seeking entries for the "LINDSBORG COLLECTS ..." exhibition from anyone with a "67456" mailing address who has a piece of Lindsborg art or craft in any medium, is willing to loan it and will share its story for the event. For this exhibition, the story is as important as the work of art itself. A story could reflect the Lindsborg arts economy. It could be about the circumstances under which the piece was purchased, the personalities involved, or about tongue-in-cheek moments. Or it could be about the excellent or unusual nature of the piece itself. In past years, there have been works from every medium, including paintings, sketches, wood carvings, pottery, jewelry, metalwork, photography, and fiber work by some of Lindsborg's most well-known artisans and those artists not so well-known. Open the agenda link below for a printable 2018 Lindsborg Collects Story form.

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  4. Messiah Juried Student Art Exhibit

    March 19, 9:00 AM - April 1, 6:00 PM @ Mingenback Art Center

    The Messiah Student Art Exhibition begins Monday, March 19th, at the Mingenback Art Center on Bethany College campus. An awards ceremony and reception will be held on Sunday, March 25th from 1 to 3 p.m. with awards given at 2 p.m. The exhibit will run through April 1st.

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  5. The Messiah Festival of the Arts

    March 22 - April 1

    This year’s Festival is titled “Community” and will feature a wide variety of art, music and theatrical events beginning March 22 and continuing through Easter Sunday, April 1, 2018. The festival features two new events for you to experience this year. Join in singing for the first Palm Sunday “Messiah Sing-Along” in historic Presser Hall Auditorium. Then, on Good Friday, view Bach’s “Passion According to St. Matthew” in a more sacred setting as it was originally presented in 1727, at Bethany Lutheran Church. Seating is of limited availability. Events like the Messiah Sing-Along, the Jazz Walk, and various artistic endeavors, along-side the traditional Holy Week performances of Bach’s “Passion According to St. Matthew,” and Handel’s “Messiah,” are about bringing people together in new and in time-honored ways. For the full 2018 schedule of events visit here, https://www.messiahfestival.org/2017/2018-calendar-of-events.

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  6. Bethany College Symphony Band Concert

    March 22, 7:30 PM @ Presser Hall

    The Bethany College Symphony Band will perform in its Spring Concert in Presser Hall Auditorium. The concert is free is open to the public.

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  7. Swedish Friendship Group / Fika

    March 23, 10:00 AM @ Bethany Lutheran Church

    Coffee with Friends

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  8. Lindsborg Landmark Concert Series Jazz Walk

    March 23, 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM @ Downtown

    Experience a variety of jazz styles, from blues to world music. For more information and the full Messiah Festival schedule call 785-227-3380 or visit www.messiahfestival.org.

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  9. Väffeldagen 2018

    March 24, 7:00 AM - 2:00 PM

    There's truly nothing in the whole wide world like Waffle Day in Lindsborg. It's a time to eat hot waffles, enjoy waffle-y treats, sing about waffles, be greeted by roaming waffle people, and play waffle games. Free listings on restaurant offerings and serving times. Waffle t-shirts, bow ties and hair bows for purchase. Just be hungry and wacky with us, would you? Photos encouraged; please share by hashtagging #waffledayinthelbk

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  10. Messiah Dress Rehearsal with Student Soloists

    March 24, 3:00 PM @ Presser Hall

    Each year students from the Bethany Oratorio Society are selected to perform solos during dress rehearsal for Handel’s “Messiah,” the highlight of the Messiah Festival of the Arts held annually at Bethany College in Lindsborg, Kansas.

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  11. LSFD Pancake Feed & Bake Sale

    March 25, 11:00 AM - 1:30 PM @ Bethany Lutheran Church

    Mark your calendars to join the Lindsborg Swedish Folk Dancers on Palm Sunday for Swedish Pancakes, a Bake Sale and Live Performances.

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  12. Messiah Juried Student Art Exhibit Closing & Award Ceremony

    March 25, 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM @ Mingenback Art Gallery

    The Messiah Student Art Exhibition begins Monday, March 19th, at the Mingenback Art Center on Bethany College campus. An awards ceremony and reception will be held on Sunday, March 25th from 1 to 3 p.m. with awards given at 2 p.m. The exhibit will run through April 1st.

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  13. Messiah Sing-A-Long

    March 25, 3:00 PM @ Presser Hall

    What is the Messiah "Sing Along" on Palm Sunday? Have you wanted to sing or play Handel's "Messiah" but didn't have the time for rehearsal? Do you just love to sing or play? Here is your chance! Join us on Palm Sunday for a fun, informal "Sing Along." Pay your admission fee ($10 for adults, $5 for students) and sing or play along as we go through selections from Handel's "Messiah" the Bethany Oratorio Society will perform in concert on Easter. Music will be available for $10 or you may bring your own. Join us for this fun, energetic, and informal musical extravaganza on Palm Sunday!

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  14. Monday Chess Club (K-12)

    March 26, 4:30 PM - 7:30 PM @ Anatoly Karpov International School of Chess

    Free chess lessons for all grades (K-12) only on Mondays when school is in session (No School/No Chess).

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  15. Social Chess Night

    March 26, 4:30 PM - 7:30 PM @ Anatoly Karpov International School of Chess

    Join us for an afternoon of chess at the Anatoly Karpov International Chess School! This is a fun social event that is open to any age and any level. We look forward to seeing you there!

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  16. Game Night & Half Price Drinks

    March 26, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ The White Peacock Tea and Coffee Company

    Join us every second and fourth Monday of every month for an evening of family friendly fun! Bring a game or play one of ours, bring your friends family or just bring yourself. From 6-8 we will be offering 1/2 off all drinks!

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  17. Living Landscapes: Community and Creation

    March 26, 6:00 PM @ Pearson Chapel, Bethany College

    Join speaker Dr. Mari Jørstad for a talk on “Living Landscapes: Community and Creation,” in the Pearson Chapel. Dr. Mari Jørstad is a Research Associate at the Kenan Institute for Ethics at Duke University. She provides support for Facing the Anthropocene, a project under the Ethics and Environmental Policy Program Area. Following the lecture, the Grace University Choir Concert will perform at 7:30 p.m. This is a “must-see” event as Grace University Choir has announced this is their final tour.

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  18. Ad Hops

    March 28, 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM @ Ol Stuga

    Join Ad Hops every 4th Wednesday. All are welcome! Come hang out. A Lindsborg Ad Hoc Roundtable event. About the Lindsborg Ad Hoc Roundtable: The Lindsborg Ad Hoc Roundtable formed in August 2012 to add avenues for business discussion and provide an informal space for consensus and action. Now the Roundtable is a space for connecting the dots generally in Lindsborg and the Smoky Valley. We have no board of directors or officers. Our goal is to provide a crossroads for anyone who wishes to help nurture our community. The Roundtable meets every Monday from 8 to 9 am in the Lindsborg City Council Room. The gatherings are open to anyone, and we love seeing new faces! We also send out e-mails with notes from the meeting as well as event reminders. We are happy to add new names to the email list so feel free to sign up.

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  19. The Living Last Supper - A Holy Week Drama

    March 29, 7:30 PM - 10:00 PM @ Messiah Evangelical Lutheran Church

    Adapted from the Composer's Introduction to this Dramatic Musical Experience: Over time, the people of Jewish faith developed an elaborate ritual of celebration of the Passover, which for centuries has been known as a Seder. Prayers of blessings are learned and recited. Food is prepared to very particular specifications. And so during Passover each family remembers the story of Exodus. The feast of Passover pre-dates all other feasts, and even the Ten Commandments. Passover is the feast Jesus chose to celebrate during His last hours. Rich with beauty and Symbolism the Passover Supper has lost its significance to many Christians today. The blood of a spotless lamb saved the Israelites from the last of the ten plagues, the plague of death of the firstborn. As John refers to Jesus as "the Lamb of God who takes away the sins of the world", he is drawing on the Jewish understanding of sacrifice and atonement, giving meaning to Christ's suffering and death to his early followers.

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  20. Swedish Friendship Group / Fika

    March 30, 10:00 AM @ Bethany Lutheran Church

    Coffee with Friends

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