In the photo at the top of this page, Lawrence author and musician Melvin Litton performs at Kaw Valley Public House. Check out our story about Litton at this link.
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A T-shirt fundraiser and party with live music and food will support young people skateboarding in Lawrence.
Lawrence Humane Society’s shelter is full, so it’s offering dog and puppy adoptions at heavily discounted rates during its Cozy Paws Adoption Special.
Kiddos from Lawrence and beyond got to have their photos taken with Santa and snack on some cookies Monday.
Ann Dean, a Lawrence artist and photographer, will give a presentation Thursday evening on the impact and inspiration found in Gordon Parks’ books.
Despite the cold and snowy weather outside Saturday night, dozens of community members came out to Van Go to celebrate the launch of the young artists’ annual art show and sale.
Organizers are aiming to uplift inclusivity in the Lawrence holiday market scene with a new event this December, and there’s still room for more vendors to sign up.
“Let’s have a parade!”
Those words kick off a local holiday tradition: the Lawrence Old-Fashioned Christmas Parade. This year’s will be the 30th.
The Festival of Trees has a new location and new nightlife events this year, and its staple — a display of donated trees, wreaths and more with unique designs and themes — is ready for viewing hours, beginning Friday.
Lawrence Lights – Making Spirits Bright is returning for its third year, starting Tuesday evening. The fundraiser event transforms the Youth Sports Complex into a festive winter wonderland.
Just in time for Small Business Saturday and the beginning of holiday shopping season, Squishington’s Candy is opening at 646 Massachusetts St.
Bizarre Bazaar, an annual two-day art market, will soon return, bringing three floors of local artists selling handcrafted works and a full lineup of entertainers to the Lawrence Arts Center.
”We find ourselves on the cusp of any bookstore’s most exciting time of year: holiday retail! The official kickoff (at least in our case) of the holiday season is Nov. 25, known both as Small Business Saturday and Indies First,” the Raven Book Store writes.