Lawrence community members on Friday can get connected to resources and chat with staff members from local social service agencies including some related to retirement, health care, pets, and more.
“David Lowery fans: I hope you’re free to join us on Nov. 3 at the Lawrence Arts Center. You can expect an irreverent, wide-ranging conversation about the business of rock music, the Internet, capitalism, and maybe even a little math,” Library Director Brad Allen writes.
Around 160 people, all dressed in their best ‘70s attire, attended the Lawrence Public Library’s “Book of Love: A Very 70s Prom” Friday night at Venue 1235.
Angela Hyde is ready to boogie. She’s booked a sitter and bought an outfit: a pair of bell-bottom jeans and a loud ‘70s shirt.
Texts written by women who were incarcerated will be featured in an interactive art installation across multiple Lawrence sites next month.
The Civic Engagement 101 lecture series at the Lawrence Public Library will wrap with a talk on the roles of city and county governments in Kansas and how they’re financed.
Over the past two years, Lawrence resident Matt Kirkland has created a monster. Now the public is invited to experience his creative process in person.
Brooklyn-based musician, record executive and author Nabil Ayers on Thursday evening will stop in Lawrence as part of his current book tour to share his powerful story navigating life with an absent father, who is also a famous musician.
Kansas Public Radio will soon celebrate its 70th anniversary with a day of live performances of classical music that will be broadcast for all to hear, including two concerts open to everyone at the Lawrence Public Library.
Students from the KU School of Law will help people seek expungement of their criminal records, free of charge for those who qualify, during a clinic on Sept. 12.
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