Pommerscher Verein Freistadt
The Pomeranian Society of Freistadt
The Pomeranian Society of Freistadt
Lindenwood Community Center
The Lindenwood Community Center has been run by the volunteers from the non-profit Freistadt Heritage Foundation since 1989.  Links to member organizations and close neighbors are listed below.
 
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The Freistadt Heritage Foundation is the parent non-profit organization that runs the Lindenwood Community Center.
Last Updated: 17 August 2015   [Located in Category: Category 1 (PA)]
The oldest organization of the four which form the Freistadt Heritage Foundation at the Lindenwood Community Center has the youngest members. This group began in 1929 and still meets on the first Monday of the month.
Last Updated: 17 August 2015   [Located in Category: Category 1 (PA)]
Another member of the Freistadt Heritage Foundation and resident of the Lindenwood Community Center, this brass band has been making music at home and abroad since 1943. It has played for Presidents and on the National Mall.
Last Updated: 17 August 2015   [Located in Category: Category 1 (PA)]
Another member of the Freistadt Heritage Foundation and resident of the Lindenwood Community Center, the Pommersche Tanzdeel Freistadt is an ethnic dance troop dedicated to promoting the folk dances from Pomerania. The Spaldeel is a group of singers and musicians who specialize in Pomeranian folk music. Both groups perform at events throughout the year in Wisconsin, regionally, and beyond.
Last Updated: 23 August 2015   [Located in Category: Category 1 (PA)]
Pommerntag is the largest ethnic festival sponsored by Pommerscher Verein Freistadt. Held annually the last Sunday in June, the 2016 festival marked the 41th year of the event.
Last Updated: 5 July 2016   [Located in Category: Category 1 (PA)]
Although not a member of the Lindenwood Community Center, this church, located less than one mile away, was founded by the first Pomeranians in Wisconsin - some of the "Old Lutherans" who fled Pomerania seeking religious freedom in 1839. The church holds several services each week. The child care center and school meets the needs of children from infancy - eighth grade. The grounds also host a 12-building historical site.
Last Updated: 23 August 2015   [Located in Category: Category 1 (PA)]
Located less than one mile from the Lindenwood Community Center, the Trinity-Freistadt Historical Site contains 12 buildings open for tours from April - October, including a log cabin on the site of the first Lutheran Church in the state of Wisconsin.
Last Updated: 23 August 2015   [Located in Category: Category 1 (PA)]