BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20230401T150000 DTEND:20230401T160000 SUMMARY: DESCRIPTION:Come learn about the Sacred Red Rock Project and receive a free activity guide with interactive prompts exploring history, monuments, reimagining and more. After the presentation, weather permitting, we will visit Robinson Park together. Snacks will be provided. Led by members of the Kaw Nation in collaboration with the City of Lawrence, University of Kansas, Spencer Museum of Art, Kanza Heritage Society and others, the project is focused on the return and relocation of In‘zhúje‘waxóbe, the 28-ton red Siouxan quartzite boulder currently located in Robinson Park, to the Kaw Nation, who have a centuries’ long relationship with the Rock and value it as a sacred item of prayer. Visit for more information. LOCATION:Lawrence Public Library 707 Vermont St END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR