Here’s where you can find The Lawrence Times’ coverage of 2022 holiday events and more.
Coverage of all things holiday-related:
Community members will have the chance to shop from a wide array of vendors this weekend in Lawrence as part of the city’s annual Holiday Extravaganza.
Musical Jayhawks of the KU School of Music will bring back two annual traditions next week with the Vespers and Jazz Vespers programs.
The Lawrence Humane Society wants to wish everyone happy pawlidays. Naturally, that includes your pets.
Holiday shoppers will have the opportunity to buy wares shaped, crafted and fashioned by local young entrepreneurs Saturday.
Kids are welcome to visit Santa, get their photos taken and enjoy a cookie Monday and Tuesday afternoons this week at Liberty Hall.
The young artists of Van Go opened their annual Adornment holiday art show and sale to a Lawrence crowd Saturday night.
Kids will have an opportunity to do a range of holiday crafts from around the world at the 10th annual Watkins Museum Tails and Traditions Holiday Festival.
Much to the relief of concerned Lawrencians, Santa Claus was rescued from a department store rooftop Friday following the kickoff celebration of the holiday season in downtown Lawrence.
The fields at the Youth Sports Complex have been transformed into a whimsical wonderland. Lawrence Lights – Making Spirits Bright is returning for its second year at 4911 W. 27th St. starting Friday.
Van Go will kick off its annual Adornment Holiday Art Show and Sale with an opening night event this Saturday to introduce works created by young artists.
Community members can shop local for holiday goods this weekend at Lawrence Maker’s Market Holiday Pop-Up in downtown Lawrence.
In celebration of Small Business Saturday, the Raven Book Store will host an all-day event that includes five local authors who will be signing their books for fans.
The annual downtown Holiday Lighting Ceremony and Santa Rescue will be back for another year, set for this Friday.
Phone calls, electronic messages or letters sent to people inside prison are not free. Those costs can add up quickly, especially for people in prison who may not make much.
An annual Lawrence shopping tradition, complete with its quirky name, returns this weekend.
Here’s info on free parking, Lawrence Transit, trash pickup, what’s closed when, and more for the holiday weekend.
Heavy is the head that wears the Kansas Christmas Tree Growers Association presidency.
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