Has this past week felt like a perpetual Monday to anyone else?! Phew, we made it to Friday! It's always a strange week following Daylight Savings time change, but I wanted to get a quick round up for you today.
Open House: Stop by 1009 New Jersey tomorrow (Saturday) 11am-12:30pm and see Ryan, and check out this stunning home brought to you by local architect and design company, Hoke Ley. View the listing information HERE.
kiddo, or know someone who is? Prairie Moon Waldorf School is hosting an open house this Sunday 03/21 from 9am-12pm! Serving pre-k-8th grade, Prairie Moon's education "celebrates an evolving consciousness that honors spirit, cultivates freedom, and fosters harmony with the natural world". They've successfully been in-person (and screen free!) full time all school year so far!
Did you catch the article in LJWorld addressing the critical home shortage in Lawrence? Ryan expands on that crisis-level issue here:
In other news around Lawrence, starting March 29 downtown parking rates will increase; be aware of these changes so they don't catch you by surprise! 2-hour meters will increase to $1/hour, 10-hour meters will increase to $0.20/hour, and parking garages will increase to $2/day. Also, beginning the same date you'll have the option to pay for parking via a mobile app.
TODAY ONLY (03/19), Henry T's is celebrating their one-year anniversary of pivoting to curbside/carry-out food only with 25% off your order! To get the discount, tell them "Happy to go-aversary!" when you order!
For the kids: KU Natural History Museum is giving out FREE Discovery Day Science Kits from 12pm-4pm outside the museum at 1345 Jayhawk Blvd. First come first serve, while supplies last. These kits accompany their virtual Discovery Day event coming up on March 28; learn more HERE.
Speaking of kids and science, Baker Wetlands Discovery Center is hosting Homeschool Days: Meet the Critters on March 25th from 2-2:45pm. Masks required, register by emailing Morgan at email@example.com or by calling 785-594-4703.