Highlighting the moments and memories captured in snapshots by members of the Lawrence community (our staff included). Click here to share your moments.
Students and families involved in the Boys & Girls Club of Lawrence on Wednesday received 200 donated laptops intended to boost access to the internet and the many tools and opportunities it provides.
Around 50 people gathered Sunday evening for a potluck and communal healing event intended to support local students and members of the community affected by the violence in Gaza and the West Bank.
About 20 vendors gathered to sell art, jewelry, baked goods, holiday decorations and even muktuk Saturday at Haskell’s fifth annual Holiday Bazaar.
The all-horse Old-Fashioned Christmas Parade returned to downtown Lawrence Saturday, drawing spectators who lined Massachusetts Street and beyond to see all the sights.
Art from more than 100 Indigenous students was showcased Friday during the first in-person art show Haskell Indian Nations University has held since 2019.
About three dozen students and community members gathered Wednesday morning for a cultural burn on a patch of remnant tallgrass prairie near the Winter School.
Kiddos from Lawrence and beyond got to have their photos taken with Santa and snack on some cookies Monday.
Despite the cold and snowy weather outside Saturday night, dozens of community members came out to Van Go to celebrate the launch of the young artists’ annual art show and sale.
Community members flocked to Bizarre Bazaar, the annual two-day art market that kicks off the holiday season in Lawrence, as it opened Friday evening at the Lawrence Arts Center.
Santa Claus found himself stuck on the roof of Weaver’s Department Store once again Friday night, but first responders with Lawrence-Douglas County Fire Medical came to the rescue.
The Festival of Trees has a new location and new nightlife events this year, and its staple — a display of donated trees, wreaths and more with unique designs and themes — is ready for viewing hours, beginning Friday.
Advocates and allies gathered Monday evening to remember transgender and gender nonconforming people murdered or targeted by violence and transphobia.