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Weekend entertainments in Lawrence include new music, basketball, lectures, Closing Friday functions and much more.

THURSDAY

• Richard Norton Smith, former director of the Dole Institute, will discuss at a virtual Dole Institute event as section of the Presidential Lecture Series on Navy Veterans in the Oval Business office. His presentation, “The Legacy of World War II and Further than,” commences streaming at 7 p.m. See https://doleinstitute.org/event/1738/ for data and hyperlink.

• The KU Symphony Orchestra will give a live performance at 7:30 p.m. at the Lied Heart, 1600 Stewart Travel. A livestream will be readily available see https://lied.ku.edu/?occasion=ku-symphony-24mar2022 for facts and hyperlink.

FRIDAY

• KU men’s basketball strategies off at 6:29 p.m. in the NCAA Tournament’s Sweet 16. For individuals who get pleasure from looking at with a crowd, the activity will be aired at several eating places and bars in Lawrence. For a no cost major-display working experience, Liberty Hall is once more presenting its theater for viewing the activity. Doorways open up at 5:30 p.m. COVID vaccination proof is required.

• It is also Remaining Friday, with many viewing options all-around town for art enthusiasts. See https://www.explorelawrence.com/gatherings/yearly-events/final-fridays/ for much more particulars.

• The Lawrence Arts Centre, 940 New Hampshire St., will host Tale Slam, with true-life tales offered live and uncensored. The topic is “Winging It,” and the pleasurable starts at 7 p.m. Grownups only $10 donation at the doorway.

• A number of local church buildings will host “Night to Glow,” a promenade-night time practical experience for people today with exclusive wants. The drive-thru red carpet celebration will kick off at 6:30 p.m. at River Town Church, 3001 Lawrence Ave.

• The College Dance Firm will present its spring concert, “Insider/Outsider,” this weekend, commencing with Friday’s general performance at 7:30 p.m. at Crafton-Preyer Theatre, 1530 Naismith Push. Repeat performances consider position at 7:30 p.m. Saturday and 2:30 p.m. Sunday Friday’s and Sunday’s demonstrates will also be livestreamed. Facts and tickets at https://dance.ku.edu/spring-dance-concert-2022.

SATURDAY

• Levi Parkin, Lawrence’s city arborist, will respond to issues about Lawrence’s trees and their routine maintenance at “Urban Trees,” 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Lawrence Community Library Auditorium, 707 Vermont St.

• In honor of Women’s Record Month, KU’s Normal History Museum will host “Celebrating Women in Science” from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Dyche Corridor, 1345 Jayhawk Blvd. Meet up with KU researchers, master about scientific tactics, look at specimens and test some fingers-on experiments. See https://calendar.ku.edu/occasion/celebrating_women_in_science for more specifics.

• The Tristian Griffin Dance Enterprise presents “The Bridge” at Lawrence Arts Middle, 940 New Hampshire St., this weekend with a Saturday efficiency at 7:30 p.m. and a Sunday matinee at 3 p.m. In-particular person and livestream access out there – see https://lawrenceartscenter.org/occasion/tristian-griffin-dance-organization-presents-the-bridge/.

SUNDAY

• Thrifty crafters can go to the Art and Craft Provide Thrift Sale, 11 a.m.-4 p.m., at the Douglas County Fairgrounds, 1930 Harper St. The celebration attributes used provides for artistic initiatives at reasonably priced costs. Free of charge admission to the sale additional facts at https://www.fb.com/functions/364515808884917/.

• Roll up your sleeves and come to “Dig In! Backyard garden and Orchard Perform Day,” 1-3 p.m., hosted by Dawn Job at two expanding areas: Sunrise Neighborhood Garden (1501 Learnard Ave.) and Lawrence Community Orchard (830 Garfield St.). Personnel of all ages and talent ranges are welcome at either internet site. See https://www.fb.com/gatherings/1356722414772635/ for extra information.

• Small children are invited to Multicultural Storytime, 3:30-4 p.m., Lawrence General public Library, 707 Vermont St. Distinctive guest Khrystyna Petriv, a Ukrainian Fulbright educating assistant at KU, will chat about the Russian invasion of Ukraine and Ukrainian lifestyle. Fulfill in the Photo Book Home for storytime and crafts. Ages up to 11 welcome.

• Denver bluegrass team Chain Station offers a free live performance sponsored by Americana Audio Academy, which is celebrating completion of the ADA ramp into the schoolhouse supplying obtain to new music training for all. The present is established for 5-8 p.m. at Kaw Valley General public Household, 444 Locust St.

TUESDAY

• “How Entire world War I Altered Medication,” 11 a.m.-midday. Sign up for viewers for an online system that includes historian Dr. Ellen Hampton. Hampton will focus on how the war shaped present day health-related care. Working experience this on the net occasion on the Watkins Museum of Record Fb, YouTube and Twitter.

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