Lindsborg offers big-city advantages with small-town amenities, as well as a strong sense of community while working together for a brighter tomorrow. Swedish ancestry and culture are preserved by Swedes and non-Swedes of the community. Festivals, concerts and special art exhibitions are highlighted year-round in Lindsborg. An ambiance of friendship and brotherhood is prevalent, and newcomers are welcomed—be it in the form of industry, retail or families relocating.
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The Smoky Valley Public Schools serves five separate communities in the Greater Smoky Valley of Central Kansas—Falun, Lindsborg, Marquette, Roxbury and Smolan. The Virtual Charter School serves student from all over the state of Kansas. The central office is located in Lindsborg, the largest of these communities. Students from Falun, Roxbury and Smolan attend Soderstrom Elementary School and Lindsborg Middle School. Marquette students attend grades K-6 in Marquette, and all district students attend Smoky Valley High School in Lindsborg. Students can participate in many activities including FCCLA, Pep Club and Scholar’s Bowl.
Bethany College—established by Swedish Lutheran immigrants in 1881, is a college of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA). Located in Lindsborg, Bethany is a small, private college that provides students personal attention within a caring community. The student body is highly engaged in learning both inside and outside the classroom. All students are encouraged to explore and deepen their own faith, as they find and follow their paths in the world. Find homes in Lindsborg by school district.
Highway KS-4 runs through the south part of Lindsborg. Salina is under 30 minutes away, McPherson is a short 20 minute commute, and Hutchinson is under an hour away from town. Browse the newest real estate listings in Lindsborg, KS.
The city of Lindsborg was settled in the spring of 1869 by a group of Swedish immigrants from the Värmland province of Sweden led by Pastor Olof Olsson. They envisioned a community rich in culture, learning, religion, business and farming. These values remain strong today as evidenced by a city that is rich in the performing and visual arts; home to Smoky Valley School District and Bethany College; Baptist, Catholic, Covenant, Lutheran and Methodist churches thrive; a place where retail, industry and business thrives; and agriculture continues to play an important role in the community.
Lindsborg offers several local restaurants including Crown and Rye, Farley’s Bar & Grill and Jalisco Restaurant. This community is home to nine churches including the Bethany Lutheran Church, First Baptist Church, and St. Bridget’s of Sweden Catholic Church. Lindsborg has 2.5 miles of bike trails, a pool and a variety of parks. Festivals, concerts and art exhibits keep Lindsborg’s culture alive. Surrounding towns like Salina and McPherson offer additional attractions.
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