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The Werewolf's Curse or Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow
Oct 31 to Nov 9
A hilarious spoof of 1930s horror flicks arrives just in time for Halloween, opening on Oct. 31 with a costume contest at intermission. The zany...
School's Out Workshop: Bones
Bones Friday, October 31, 2014 9 am-4 pm (late pick-up available) Ages 6-11 $60 / $52 members Late autumn is marked in several cultures by...
Art Babies : Fledgling Fun
Bring your littlest ones, birth - 1 year, for learning-infused, multisensory fun and social interaction in the galleries and Art Park. Baby gear - prams,...
20th Annual Res Hall-oween!
The Res-Halloween event is a yearly event that Res Life and Residence Hall Association are collaborating during the Halloween period. Each year since 1994, the...
A Fireside Christmas 2014
Oct 30 to Dec 21
Through songs, stories, and dances – both traditional and original – we capture the heart and essence of the holiday season. Each edition is new...
Watercolor-Have No Fear with Steve Krueger
Oct 30 to Nov 13
Let’s face it, watercolor can be intimidating. My goal for these Thursday classes will be to show the student how to make watercolor work for...
Lawrence University Theater Dept. presents “Godspell”
Oct 30 to Nov 1
Lawrence’s production of the popular musical “Godspell,” based on the revised 2012 score, which highlights ensemble singing, takes the audience on a visual journey through...
Lemon Street Gallery Featured Artist Exhibit
Oct 29 to Nov 23
This monthly exhibit features the work of member artists, Aaron Hunzinger, an extraordinary lamp maker, potter John Clazmer and mixed media artist Kate Peterson. These...
Cooking with the Calamari Sisters
Oct 29 to Nov 2
Mangia Italiano! Hilarity, failed dishes, and food fights ensue during this live “broadcast” of a public access cable cooking show hosted by two larger-than-life Italian...
Oct 17 to Dec 6
Vital Technology, a duo exhibition with Milwaukee-based artists Bryan Cera and Nathaniel Stern, uses digital media to invite an exploration of movement as thinking and...
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