A recurring multi-genre, EDM dance party experience.
Presented by: Positive Vibrations Productions & The Bottleneck.
Ages 18+ only. Doors open 9pm.
Benefits HALO-supported orphans and at-risk youth in Kansas City. Cocktails, dinner and entertainment. Sponsorship opportunities still available. Tickets available December 1 at haloworldwide.org or call 816.472.4256.
All ages show. Doors open 6:30pm.
“If you’re a fan of obscure horror films, then you’ve experienced extreme boredom. You’ve sat through lame red herrings, endless chase scenes, shower scenes with NO nudity, and all the talking and talking and talking… just for those very rare magical moments that only these films can provide.
Horror Remix takes forgotten horror classics and slices them down to a power-packed themed anthology. We dig through hours and hours of cinema boredom to find those magical moments that make obscure horror so amazing.”
All ages show. Doors open 8pm.
Lawrence Craft Collective, Lawrence’s newest juried craft show, will be hosting its inaugural show on Sunday November 24th from 11am-5pm at Liberty Hall, 644 Massachusetts St Lawrence KS.
Shop from over two-dozen local vendors selling exclusively handmade items. Everything from hand cut gemstone jewelry, painstakingly pieced quilts, meticulously drawn illustrations and carefully painted works of original art just to name a few of the items from our local vendors. Craft Collective is sure to have some thing for everyone’s interest and price range.
Additionally, we think it’s important to give back to the community that supports us, so at each show we will have a bake sale, supplied by our vendors, with the proceeds donated to a local charity. This time around we have chosen the Lawrence Humane Society.
As an incentive to hit the show early we are offering a limited number of swag bags filled with samples and coupons to the first 20 people through the door on Sunday morning.
More information, such as a complete list of vendors and vendor profiles, can be found at our website, www.lawrencecraftcollective.com, or on our Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/lawrencecraftcollective.
The first The superchip dragonsquad album, “Whatever, it’s 2009″ is hot off the presses and primed to lift your dresses. Come celebrate it’s release with some guitar-infused synth-pop from Dolls on Fire and some robocoustic sing-alongs courtesy of Skreeee!!! It’s a reasonalby-priced super good time, and $1 from every Superchip album purchase goes to support the Lawrence Humane Society. Don’t do it for us, do it for the kitties!
America’s fastest-growing sport, is making its presence felt in Kansas with The Ugly Sweater Race. The Holiday spirit and 5k runs make the perfect blend to raise money in today’s world. “There are a possible of four charities to benefit from the event,” said event co-founder Melissa Parker.
An Ugly Sweater Race takes the novelty of the age-old ugly sweater Christmas party idea and morphs it into a race. Runners wear their ugliest holiday sweater, come out and race in hopes of winning money for their chosen charity. The first male and female to finish will win the donation as well as the captain with the largest team and the runner with the most votes for ugliest sweater. Runners aren’t required to race, but can enjoy running, walking or skipping with their family and friends. The event is not only a run, but also a festive holiday event complete with hot cocoa provided for the runners instead of water stations, holiday tunes, and the ugly sweater contest. Toys will also be collected for the Salvation Army. This event echoes the holiday spirit with participants getting into the festive mood by having fun while giving back to a charity.
All runners will receive a free t-shirt and hot cocoa along with a chance to be a part of a memorable race that is giving back and bringing awareness to several charities. The race is run by a volunteer staff and is currently seeking additional volunteers to assist.
Those interested in more information can visit http://www.uglysweaterrace.com for more details.
Rare funk and soul 45′s for your dance floor satisfaction, courtesy of your host the scenebooster soundsystem. COME DANCE.
Loaded for Bear IV: Ad Astra Per Ursa – a comedy show for those who like grammatically incorrect Latin ‘jokes’ and think “The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald” could stand to lighten up a little bit. Brought to you by Lawrence’s Funniest People™, it’s a show for those who like comedy and the funny. At the LAWRENCE ARTS CENTER because CLASSY. 18 and over.