Traditional Pie & Ice Cream Social

Our annual Pie & Ice Cream Social is held in June, featuring fresh Pie & Ice Cream, Live Music in our outdoor Garden & Patio area, and a chance to view our current Gallery art exhibit. 

 

This year, event is scheduled for June 30, 2016

and will fearture homemade pie from Beth Howard, and the Magical talents of Robert & Lynn Halbrook, sponsored by Viking Library Systems.

Annual Corn & Brat Feed

Our Annual Corn & Brat Feed is a time to celebrate the late Summer corn harvest. 

Fresh Sweet Corn, Grilled Brats, Root Beer Floats, and Live Music, make a perfect mix for an enjoyable late summer day with friends and neighbors.

 

This year, the event is scheduled for August 12, and will feature live music by Adam Hammer.

Santa Day at Landmark

Santa Day at Landmark

Free Photos with Santa and Mrs. Claus, provided by Henning Chamber of Commerce, and a Luncheon provided by First National Bank. A wonderful holiday tradition in Henning. 

 

This year, the event is scheduled for December 10th, from 11am-1pm.

Please join us for this holiday tradition.

Karen Nyberg/NASA

Photos from ISS

April 28, 2014

In May, 2013, Vining,MN Astronaut Karen Nyberg launched on a Soyuz rocket and spent 5 1/2 Month aboard the International Space Station. She circled the globe every 90 minutes, and  sent home some amazing photos of our planet from 250 miles above. This exhibit shows 26 of these wonderful images.

Charles Beck

Woodcut Prints Exhibit

Oct.3, 2015

Fergus Falls artist, Charles Beck, hand carves several variations of a scene into wood, and prints them layer by layer, building to a finished woorcut print that is truly one of a kind. We had the opportunity to display 20 of his Woodcut prints for 2-Months, and celebrate his talents at a reception in October, 2015.

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415 Douglas Avenue

PO Box 341

Henning, MN 56551

"This Organization is funded in part by a grant from the Lake Region Arts Council through a Minnesota State Legislative appropriation."