Kelley Lowe told fellow students graduating from Lawrence Virtual School Saturday that no matter what brought them there, they made it their school home, found acceptance and made connections.
Friends and family of C-Tran Program students gathered at Lawrence school district offices Friday morning to celebrate the program’s five 2023 graduates.
Higher education leaders made clear Sunday that they have high hopes and expectations for the University of Kansas Class of 2023 to make the world a better place.
Dozens of people gathered in the Baker Wetlands Discovery Center Wednesday night to view the new mural by Van Go’s apprentice artists.
Lawrence artist Chelsea Rezabek will soon host her third artist-centered community event, featuring more than 30 local vendors offering handmade arts and crafts, homemade food and live music.
Justice Matters’ Action Assembly began with a choir singing lyrics expressing hope for change, a fitting prelude to the goals and commitments for Lawrence and Douglas County the group outlined Sunday.
The co-founders of Art Love Collective felt the Lawrence arts community was lacking something, and they opened Lawrence’s newest gallery with the intention of filling that void.
Members of Lawrence High School choirs will hit the stage Thursday, Friday and Saturday with “Showtime,” the choral department’s annual variety show.
Community members braved the chilly weather Saturday afternoon to attend the Earth Day Fair in South Park. Twenty organizations from Lawrence and beyond offered free crafts and educational activities for kids and adults alike.
The Earth Day Fair will bring crafts, live music, presentations and educational activities to South Park on Saturday.
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