2019 Student Art Winner Announced In March, four members of the Landis Homes resident art committee traveled to the Lancaster Mennonite High School campus to select the 25th student work to become part of their art collection. Siyu Wang’s piece was chosen as the 2019 Art Student Scholarship Award recipient. Wang, a Lancaster Mennonite High […]
Every Wednesday Landis Homes residents volunteer as quilters at the Material Resource Center, along with other persons from the community. Read about some of their work in this LNP article here.
In February 2019, Landis Homes celebrates our 55th Anniversary. It was on February 18, 1964 when we first opened our doors to welcome the first small group of residents. We are honored that family members of our founders, past team members, former board members and others instrumental to our history are current residents of Landis Homes. […]
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The Spring 2019 term of the Pathways Institute for Lifelong Learning® announces in upcoming classes. The new Pathways Institute catalog along with online registration forms are available at http://www.thepathwaysinstitute.org/lancaster-county/ . The courses and events, which are scheduled from March through May 2019, are open to all Lancaster County residents as well as residents from neighboring counties, who are […]
Read about the Bowmans in this February 21, 2019 article “Artistic Opposites” by Lancaster Newspapers. Download here. An art reception was held on February 5 featuring the work of a local couple, photographer and woodturner, Jim Bowman and potter, Lin Bowman. The show for this husband and wife duo are featuring their latest creations which reflect […]
Tuesday January 15th saw the official opening of the connection between the East and West parts of Landis Homes taking place. With this connecting bridge now ready for use, residents, team members and visitors are able to walk under cover from the Health Care and Personal Care houses, through The Crossings and the Calvin G. & […]
Landis Homes and nine other local non-profits were selected by clients of Everence Financial to receive grants. Read more: Lititz Record Express article