”The annual placement of the nativity scene on the Hillcrest Shopping Center pleases many in Lawrence who honor the Christian tradition, and even those who simply appreciate the kitsch of this local holiday tradition,” Tom Harper writes in this column.
The Lawrence Art Center’s “The Nutcracker: A Kansas Ballet,” a Kansas-themed spinoff of E.T.A. Hoffmann’s original story, returns Thursday.
Since 2010, SantaCon has been known as Lawrence’s most festive pub crawl. This Saturday’s event brought together more than 50 people to benefit charity, support local businesses, and spread Christmas cheer … all while dressed up as Santa, reindeer, elves, and more.
Three local arts organizations are collaborating to put on a two-day holiday art market, where shoppers can pop around to multiple events in East Lawrence.
Lawrence families and community members bundled up Saturday morning to head downtown for the 29th annual Old-Fashioned Christmas Parade.
Horses and their riders will return to the streets of downtown Lawrence Saturday for the 29th annual Old-Fashioned Lawrence Christmas Parade.
The annual Holiday Homes Tour, a fundraiser for Lawrence Habitat for Humanity, is returning this Sunday.
Community members will have the chance to shop from a wide array of vendors this weekend in Lawrence as part of the city’s annual Holiday Extravaganza.
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.
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