The Landis Calendar for 2022 is Ready!

We’ve planned lots of fun and edu­ca­tion­al events and work­shops for 2022. You’ll find activ­i­ties that will intrigue kids and fam­i­lies, gar­den­ers, nat­u­ral­ists, and music lovers through­out the 2022 season. 

Because we are in the midst of shift­ing to a new and improved web­site, only activ­i­ties through March are active for online reg­is­tra­tion cur­rent­ly; as soon as we have made the switch we’ll let every­one know through our Con­stant Con­tact emails and on our Face­book page. In the mean­time, click here to see what’s planned. We’ll be adding more infor­ma­tion on music per­for­mances and a few more activ­i­ties through­out the season. 

We hope to see you at Lan­dis this year!

Spring 2022

Volume 40 , Number 1

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