More Lawrence Life
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For the second year, members of the Just Us League — a group of local cosplayers — teamed up with the City of Lawrence to welcome trick-or-treaters to Broken Arrow Park for their Reverse Halloween Parade.
A Lawrence donation garden’s growers aim to end local food insecurity. They’ve shared 7,500 pounds of produce in Douglas County so far this year, and they need help planting fruit trees this weekend.
The KU Department of Theatre & Dance has got the beat, and students are excited to share it when “Head Over Heels” premieres this weekend.
Wonder Gallery will reopen on Final Friday with an expanded focus that includes home items and a Utopian Bookstore alongside rotating artists’ exhibitions.
Deer activity is starting to increase with the beginning of rutting season. Drive carefully, especially after sunset and before sunrise when deer are most active.
The Lawrence Times has added a second calendar to our Events page to help boost exposure for events that are ongoing for longer periods of time.
Haus of McCoy, the new community hub for queer and trans youth in Lawrence, opened its colorful rooms to the public Wednesday in a celebratory grand opening.
Next week, 17 KU and Lawrence-based groups will come together for a series titled 51 Years OUT! to celebrate more than half a century of local LGBTQ+ pride.