The annual Lawrence Farmers’ Market holiday market was a hit yet again Saturday. Lawrencians gathered at the Douglas County Fairgrounds open pavilion to stock up on a variety of goods from more than 40 vendors.
The moment they’ve all been waiting for soon will arrive. Finally, Ric and Jeanne Averill will perform on stage at the same time with their children, Will and Trish. The big event will take place on the mainstage at Lawrence Arts Center à la “Drunken Christmas Carol.”
Fees to adopt pets at Lawrence Humane Society will soon be discounted as part of a holiday special.
Kansas Public Radio’s Big Band Christmas holiday jazz concert will return to Lawrence this Saturday, following a two-year hiatus.
Lovers of the Lawrence music scene are cordially invited to an inaugural holiday party and game night, featuring a “smorgasbord of local musical talent.”
Everyone has a different way of celebrating this month. That’s why Lawrence Times TV took to the streets to hear how local residents are leaning into the joy and kindness that the holidays are all about.
The Lawrence Farmers’ Market’s annual holiday market event will return Saturday to the Douglas County Fairgrounds open pavilion.
”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.
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