The Chamber Orchestra had a fabulous concert with a full crowd on Saturday!
The Sandzen Gallery hosted a good concert as well over the weekend!
The Hyllningsfest pancake feed went well and they served around 140 people!
Lots of flu shots went out this weekend and more will happen on Wednesday!
There seems to be lots of traffic in town this month!
The billboards are up and going in Oklahoma!
On Saturday, October 22nd, there will be an online genealogy workshop for $50 hosted by the Lindsborg Old Mill & Swedish Heritage Museum
Music by the Mill also takes place on October 22nd from 4:00-6:00pm. There will be music, food, and they will have a freewill donation that goes to helping to keep the mill in good repair.
All day on October 21st, there will be food trucks in the city hall parking lot!
There is an art workshop at the college this Friday, October 21st at the Sandzen Gallery.
Sunday, October 23rd, the Tower Wind Quintet from Friends University will be performing at the Sandzen Gallery.
There will be a trunk or treat at Bethany College on October 31st from 5:30-7:30pm in the Presser Hall circle.
There is also a trunk or treat going on at the highschool from 5:30-7:00pm.
The Elementary School will be parading downtown for Halloween on October 31st at 2:00pm with approximately 325 children.
The American Legion will be doing Witches Wail again this year.
Bethany Lutheran Church is doing a fall festival with food, games, and fellowship on October 30th.
Beth Ferguson is having a fall fest with the rec program on November 6th from 4:00-6:00pm - next week is the registration deadline!
Holiday Open House is coming up on November 12th - the theme is All Roads Lead Home and everyone is encouraged to decorate.
Snowflake parade is taking place on December 3rd.
Moving Ad Hoc Forward:
Promoting events was discussed and it was asked if Facebook is easiest to go to for every single event. It was asked if this method is working or how it could be easier to find events rather than searching through Facebook to find everything.
It was said that we should look into getting a system that could display events going on throughout the town on a big board that everyone could see. It was also agreed and decided that Visit Lindsborg is the place to go to find out information for events. People need to tell Holly or Diane if they have an event going on so it gets on the page and on event lists that are made.