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The Lawrence Art Guild is celebrating 60 years as a place for local artists to find inspiration, make connections and show off their work. Since 1990, the guild’s All Members Shows have provided broader exposure and invited more community support for members.
Six mornings a week at his new Lawrence bakery, Javier Angeles bakes the breads and pastries his father taught him to make in Mexico.
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.
“This week’s bestsellers feature a lineup of books that’ll most likely represent the Big Books of the Season for us. Good news: we have healthy stock of all of them!” the Raven Book Store writes.
Holiday shoppers will have the opportunity to buy wares shaped, crafted and fashioned by local young entrepreneurs Saturday.
Grounded Coffee held a quiet soft opening Monday morning in the downtown Lawrence spot that used to house Henry’s Coffee Shop.
A multimedia concert event at the Lied Center of Kansas on Wednesday will take audience members on a live musical journey through the music of the civil rights era.
People from various local groups, organizations and businesses were hard at work Sunday afternoon to get their holiday creations ready for the public to view at the Festival of Trees.
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.
Family members, friends and advocates of those identifying as LGBTQ+ soon will have a new local resource to help them and their loved ones.
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.
Where to see holiday lights in Lawrence: Introducing The Lawrence Times 2022 Festive Map of Holiday Homes. John Brown marks the spot!