Arts & events
Scott Gustafson’s traveling scarecrow was a hit in October in the University Place neighborhood. Now he’s planning a big celebration for the Fourth of July.
The Lawrence Juice has returned! The Times is excited to welcome them back — and even more excited to work with them.
This edition of the To Do List! spans the two weeks from Sunday, June 20 through Sunday, July 4, 2021.
At the Sunflower Music Festival, Grammy winner Libby Larsen is set to debut a new work celebrating the first four women to serve on the U.S. Supreme Court, and Gov. Laura Kelly will narrate.
Black Literature & Arts Collective of Kansas (B.L.A.C.K.) Lawrence will celebrate Juneteenth and the release of Tai Amri Spann-Ryan’s book of poetry on Friday.
With uncertainty surrounding the situation with COVID-19 and health regulations — but also with certainty that they’d have plenty more than 50 people in attendance — the Lawrence, KS Juneteenth Organization planned a virtual celebration this year.
The organizer of the Black Summer Juneteenth BBQ, slated for Saturday, has planned a big event — but she still wants to make it bigger.
It was a hot, sunny day at South Park, but that didn’t stop hundreds of people from showing up for Lawrence PRIDE. Many attendees told the Times they were there to show love and support — including giving free hugs.
The Willow Domestic Violence Center will host its annual garden party, virtually, this Sunday, June 13.
After a muted year in 2020, the Douglas County Fair will return in full force this July. Yes, there will be a llama show. And a demolition derby.
With the return of Lawrence PRIDE, MsAmanda Love is excited to feel the love of the community that followed the parade down Massachusetts Street each year, prior to the pandemic.
The Lawrence City Band played for a sea of people seated all over the east side of South Park Wednesday evening.