Arts & events
The kinetic creativity of Art Tougeau is coming back to downtown Lawrence this weekend.
Mary Doveton, who founded what was then called Lawrence Community Theatre in 1977 and has remained at the helm for more than four decades, will soon be retiring as executive director of Theatre Lawrence.
An immersive art experience called “Finding La Yarda” will re-create a room from the housing unit built for Mexican American railroad workers in Lawrence from 1920-51.
Almost from the moment it was launched nearly 50 years ago, the Lawrence Arts Center found itself scrambling for space. Now, it may have solved its space problems.
Area musicians are preparing for their cue as the Lawrence City Band and Brown Bag Concert Series return for a summer of outdoor entertainment in downtown Lawrence.
After a hiatus of more than two years, members of the New Horizons Band of Lawrence played a show Friday at Meadowlark Estates. The band has two more performances coming up.
The Kansas Food Truck Festival returned to Lawrence Saturday with global cuisine, live entertainment and an art market to help support Just Food, the Douglas County food bank.
A spring festival celebrating Eastern European cultures will return this week, featuring live music, cultural craft activities and food from Eastern European and Eurasian regions.