The Lawrence Art Guild’s Art in the Park returned to South Park on Saturday. Festivities resume from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday.
A short film documenting the story of La Yarda, the housing unit built for Mexican-American railroad workers from 1920-51 in East Lawrence, is set to screen next month at the Lawrence Arts Center.
Art in the Park is returning this Saturday — and this Sunday, marking the first two-day run for the event since 1964, according to Jen Unekis of the Lawrence Art Guild.
The Lawrence Police Department headquarters will soon feature a new piece of public art.
Tickets will be available to the general public starting Friday, Sept. 17 for a lecture at the Lied Center by Ibram X. Kendi, the award-winning author of “How to be an Antiracist.”
The Downtown Lawrence Sidewalk Sale returned Thursday, postponed from its usual scorching summer date to nearly fall.
We at The Lawrence Times are excited to share that we have been publishing for six months today. We are very excited to introduce our newest feature: The Lawrence Times Community Calendar.
Free State Festival organizers have launched the Free State Film Society, a new, year-round membership program for movie lovers. They’ve also announced the dates of the festival’s Act 2.
Eudora now has a sculpture from longtime high school art teacher Gary Hinman gracing the front of its community garden.
River Rat Skate Shop has teamed up with Lawrence Parks and Recreation for the first time, and they’re planning a big event with lots of prizes to give out.
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