About Lawrence Humane
The Lawrence Humane Society is Douglas County’s only animal shelter and has been serving the city of Lawrence, Douglas County, and our neighboring cities and counties since 1951, sheltering and caring for several thousand animals per year. Animals enter our care as strays, owner surrenders, cruelty confiscations, and transferred in from other shelters. Our mission is to nurture the human-animal bond by providing shelter, care, and advocacy for homeless and vulnerable animals, as well as resources for the pets and people in our community. We believe that every pet is deserving of a home and every human is deserving of the love of a pet. Learn more about Lawrence Humane by going to https://www.lawrencehumane.org!
About Lawrence Beer Co.
Lawrence Beer Co. was founded in 2017 at 826 Pennsylvania St. in 100+-year-old stand-alone building in the popular Warehouse Arts District of East Lawrence, KS. LBC (as it’s popularly known) is split between the restaurant, taproom, and brewery production area. LBC also has a large covered wrap-around deck for outside seating, as well as a lower, hardscaped area off the deck full of picnic tables for a more casual, backyard-style vibe, where dogs are allowed and welcomed! Learn more about LBC by going to https://www.lawrencebeerco.com!
About John Sebelius
John Sebelius is an interdisciplinary artist who holds a MFA from the University of Kansas and BFA with honors from Rhode Island School of Design. Sebelius’s work has been featured in: Harper’s, Express, DETAILS, Review, CNN, Aspen Daily News, The Washington Post, and The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. The citizens of Lawrence, KS voted him the Best Artist of 2022 and The Kansas City Chiefs selected him as the featured artist for My Cause, My Cleats 2018 and 2019. Sebelius' art program, Artistic Expressions Healing Arts Initiative, was created in 2016 as an art class for veterans who experienced military related trauma. Learn more about John Sebelius by going to https://johnsebelius.com/!