Hundreds of Lawrence community members showed up Sunday for the 42nd annual Kansas State Fiddling & Picking Championships, also known as FidPick.
It was another successful Clear the Shelter Day for the Lawrence Humane Society Saturday as 99 cats and 64 dogs went to their new furever homes. And adoption fees will be half off Sunday for the animals who are still there.
Lawrence community members — and many of their four-legged friends — headed downtown Friday for the first annual Mid Summer Night on Mass.
Despite Saturday’s rain, community members — including some potential future firefighters — showed up to see Lawrence-Douglas County Fire Medical personnel demonstrate how equipment works and more.
Corey Lawrence would have loved the vert ramp built in his honor at Centennial Park, several attendees at the ramp’s dedication on Saturday agreed.
Locals donning beads and masks flooded Massachusetts Street for the annual Mardi Gras parade Tuesday.
Lawrence is celebrating Sunday night after the Kansas City football team became Super Bowl champions for the second time in four years.
Students, faculty and staff of Cordley Elementary School celebrated Black Lives Matter at School Week, wrapping up the events with a big rally and march on Friday.
Chef Camille Eichorn promotes an open-door policy in her culinary arts classroom at the Lawrence College and Career Center. That’s mostly in the figurative sense, though — the room is home to bearded dragons Da Vinci and Mucha, and they mustn’t leave without a proper escort.
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.
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