Photos by Dan Broten
The summer reading series at the Landmark Center continued last week with Henning School superintendent Melissa Sparks as the featured reader. In addition to Sparks, local youth were able to complete a coloring crayon project to go along with the book “The Day the Crayons Quit.”

Landmark Center

Dan Broten

Our reading series wraps up Wednesday at 7 p.m. with guest reader Stephanie Jorgenson reading “Christmas Surprise,” from her stories about “Dally the Distracted Cattle Dog.” 

Space is still available to join the Mary Williams ceramic sculpture workshop at the Landmark Center on Aug. 2 and Aug. 30, creating a human figure from clay using a live model and instruction from Williams. On the first day participants will create your clay figure, then weeks later allowing time for drying and kiln firing, you will return for the second day and paint or glaze your finished sculpture. Please call 548-5760 to RSVP.

National Night Out will be celebrated at the fairgrounds on Aug. 2 from 4-8 p.m. Join us for free activities, food, fun, a visit from the life flight helicopter and free fun for your family.

Space is still available for a two day watercolor painting workshop with Ellen Jean Diederich at the Landmark Center from Aug. 10-11. Please call for supply list and additional details. 

Mark your calendar for our Annual Corn and Brat Feed at the Landmark Center on Friday, Aug. 26 from 5-7 p.m. Join us for grilled brats, fresh sweet corn, live music by Keith and Aaron Johnson, silent auction items and root beer floats. Celebrate summer at this wonderful community gathering.

Stop at the Landmark Center for a schedule of additional workshops and events coming up in Henning.