Christmas is a time for celebrating the season and a time for cutting down trees — and that holiday tradition sometimes leads to discussions about what’s best for the environment: Is it greener to buy a real tree or a fake tree, or abstain altogether?
Whether you’re hoping to catch a holiday music performance or looking to explore the connection among art, music and community, a hometown artist and his collaborators have you covered in three upcoming shows.
The Lawrence Old-Fashioned Christmas Parade, returning after a year off, drew a crowd to Massachusetts Street Saturday morning.
Tickets are free for the University of Kansas School of Music’s 97th annual Holiday Vespers and Jazz Vespers, and there is an option to livestream the performances this year.
Continuing an annual tradition Sunday, Rabbi Zalman Tiechtel of the Chabad Center for Jewish Life in Lawrence invited the community to a special celebration of the beginning of Hanukkah.
For this year’s Adornment show, the apprentice artists of Van Go have created artwork with the guiding theme of “A Seat at the Table,” inspired by Shirley Chisholm. The show opens to the public Sunday.
A Lawrence tradition continued Friday night as Santa Claus was safely rescued from the top of Weaver’s Department Store.
The Lawrence community is invited to the annual lighting of a 9-foot-tall menorah in front of the Lawrence Public Library.
A beloved Lawrence tradition will return Friday after taking 2020 off + more opportunities to see Santa
Volunteers hustled Wednesday to prepare hundreds of meals for the annual LINK Thanksgiving tradition.
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