Little Sweden USA

A blog about Lindsborg

Welcome to Lindsborg Town Talk, your source for news about upcoming events and activities in Lindsborg.

We start with a public safety announcement: school has started again, so please be extra careful when driving and keep an eye open for the little ones who are walking to school and back.

Bethany College is offering the community a chance to meet the fall sports athletes and hear from the coaches on Sunday August 31st at the Stroble-Gibson center on the Bethany campus. The event starts at 4pm, and in addition, there will be plenty of watermelon available. The event is free and is open to the public.

Be sure to check out the Farmer’s Market in the back of the Old Blacksmith shop on Main Street in Lindsborg. The Lindsborg Farmer’s Market has new hours, and they are now open from 1-4pm on Wednesdays, and from 8 till 5 on Saturdays. They have a nice selection of local produce, meat, eggs, honey and more!

Next Friday, the Smoky Valley High School football team plays the first game on the newly renovated Anderson Field. Be sure to come out and support our team as they play their first home game on a new field.

The Birger Sandzen Memorial Gallery in Lindsborg is pleased to announce a new show, Views of the Flint Hills, featuring oils and acrylics by Mary Binford Miller. The show begins September 2nd and runs through October 26th.

Next week, starting September 5th, Max Penner will be the artist in residence at the Red Barn Studio in Lindsborg. Max is a retired Hallmark illustrator and in addition to his work in graphic design and communication he now does drawings and paintings. During his time at the Redbarn he will be working in pastels and acrylics, concentrating on landscapes.

till next time, this is Mike Rodriquez with Lindsborg Town Talk.

Lindsborg Town Talk is a podcast of a weekly bit I do on a local radio station, KVOB, 95.5 FM. Lindsborg Town Talk usually airs on Saturday mornings around 8:20am. Btw, if you use an RSS aggregator, and iTunes, you can automatically load this podcast into iTunes from within the aggregator. Go to the iTunes store and search for “Little Sweden.