Alia León has had a knack for entrepreneurship since she was around 8 years old. Now 14, she’s encouraging other young folks to participate in the Lawrence Youth Makers Market and inviting the community to come shop.
Reenactors this weekend will recreate the defense of Lawrence on the very ground where much of the Wakarusa War occurred 168 years ago.
Members of LOLA — now Lovers of Lawrence Art — have changed the collective’s name to embrace more of the community ahead of their annual LOLA Giant art market.
Kansas Public Radio’s holiday jazz concert, featuring the Kansas City Jazz Orchestra, is set for Saturday in Lawrence.
Community members can support local farmers this Saturday at the Holiday Farmers Market, which is a lifeline for some vendors to get through the winter while the regular Lawrence Farmers Market is closed.
The Lawrence City Band invites you to get in the holiday spirit and enjoy festive music at its upcoming concert, and two singalongs will continue the musical celebrations.
An upcoming info meeting will invite interested students to learn more about the Douglas County Youth Entrepreneurship Challenge.
Teen leaders of the Lawrence nonprofit Honor Moon invite community members to drop off a donation and shop awhile during their holiday fundraiser.
A documentary screening and Q&A Monday will focus on “The Day After,” a 1983 film made in Lawrence that may have changed the course of history.
The Lawrence Art Guild’s annual Holiday Art Fair this year will feature fine art and crafts from 23 Guild member artists.
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