Linden Hall participates in the Fire & Ice Festival in Lititz

Linden Hall will be presenting a "Fire & Ice" themed concert on Saturday, Feb. 18, at 4 p.m. in the Mary Dixon Chapel on the Linden Hall campus.

The concert will be presented by the Music Department and will feature choirs, solos, and duets of popular cold and hot music lasting about 45 minutes.

The historic Mary Dixon Chapel, built in 1833, will be open at 3:30 p.m. for self-guided tours to learn more about the history of this unique Lititz landmark. Concert attendees may also stay after the concert to look at the historic colonial flags and learn about the meanings behind the stained-glass windows.

Please enter the Mary Dixon Chapel from Lavery Lane off E. Main. St. across from the Sturgis Pretzel Bakery. For handicap accessible entrance, please continue up Lavery Lane, turn left under the bridge, and enter up the ramp from the campus side.

For more questions, please call Linden Hall at 717-626-8512.

Linden Hall students, faculty, and administration participated in Opportunity House's signature fundraiser, "Souper Bowl." Opportunity House provides shelter to those in need, supportive housing, support for veterans and their families, and more. Those who participated were able to make their own soup bowls, which will be donated to the event. Linden Hall is proud to share with you that we will be donating 60 bowls to the event this year.

Through "Souper Bowl," Opportunity House hopes to raise money to support its mission to bring awareness to the issues of homelessness and hunger within the community. It also hopes to provide a venue wherein the community can connect with the organization, its mission, and each other while participating in the judging of the best soup provided by local talented chefs.

Thank you Nancy Brandi, Class of 1974, for introducing us to this amazing fundraiser! Thanks also to Nora Workman for organizing and working with everyone involved in this project. If you would like to read more about Opportunity House, visit

Linden Hall is excited to bring you the March 4th Schooling Jumper Show, starting at 9:00 a.m. with schooling beginning at 7:30 a.m. until 8:45 a.m.

Click here for more information about Linden Hall's Schooling Jumper Show.

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Want to get involved with our upcoming Auction?

Consider donating an item, gift certificate, etc., to the Silent Auction and event tickets, trips, adventures, etc., to the Live Auction.

You can donate online by going to the Linden Hall Auction website, emailing Meredith Renfro, or bringing items to the Advancement Office.Also, consider helping to ensure Auction success by becoming a Sponsor. You can become a Sponsor by again going to the Linden Hall Auction website.

Your support is needed to ensure success on behalf of our great school!

The Lunar New Year is a celebration observed by many modern cultures, including the Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and Vietnamese, all of which are represented by students in the Linden Hall community.

On Saturday, January 28th, the Linden Hall Chinese Culture Club will host a Lunar New Year Celebration. At 7:00 p.m. in the Snavely Family Theater, students, parents, faculty, staff, and friends are welcome to attend a student talent showcase in honor of the Lunar New Year. The showcase will feature singing, dancing, and music instrumentals. The grand finale will include a traditional Dragon Parade and sparklers for all attendees.

We wish for everyone to have happiness, health, and prosperity in the year of the Rooster.

On Saturday, August 27, Head of School Michael Waylett and sophomore Tahri Phillips visited the studios of WHP-580 News Radio, where they were the featured guests on Women and Investments. The show, hosted by Renee Moro and Rebekah Godlewski of Grandview Asset Management, spotlights women and women's issues with a focus on educating and building women's confidence in personal financial management and planning.

Both Grandview Asset Management and Linden Hall served as sponsors of the Central Penn Business Journal's Women of Influence event held in Harrisburg on June 24, 2016. While on the show, Mr. Waylett spoke about Linden Hall's history of educating and empowering young women and Ms. Phillips talked about her experience as a student at Linden Hall for the past 6 years. The segment begins at 10:24 and ends at 39:40.

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