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Calendar of Lowell Events

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Healthy Teens Healthy Relationships

YWCA Lowell 41 Rock St, Lowell, MA, United States

Ages 13 - 17 • Registration Required • Hosted by YWCA of Lowell, Acre Youth Center Join YWCA Lowell in collaboration with Lowell Community Health Center Teen BLOCK for a dynamic, informative, interactive, and experiential series of workshops. Learn information and skills needed to help form healthy relationships and protect yourself from pregnancy and STDs. Gain communication, conflict resolution, and healthy coping skills. Improve financial literacy through learning about budgeting, credit, and loans. Nutritious Lunch and snacks provided at each session, receive a $50 gift card for completing all three sessions! Please register by calling or emailing Christine Napolitano, Cnapolitano@ywcaoflowell.org or 978-458-9983.

Open Gym

Boys and Girls Club of Greater Lowell 657 Middlesex St., Lowell, MA, United States

Grades 3 - 6 • No Registration Required • Hosted by The Boys and Girls Club of Greater Lowell The Lowell Boys and Girls Club will open their gymnasium for active games and kinesthetic activities. The gym will be fully staffed with safety for all participants as our main objective.

Cardboard Sculpture Fun

ALL Art Gallery Arts League of Lowell @ 307 Market St, Lowell, MA 01852, USA, Lowell, Massachusetts, 01852, United States

Grades K - 4 • No Registration Required • Hosted by Arts League of Lowell Let your imagination run wild as we create fanciful 3D cardboard animals. Cut, fold and color in this free form workshop—parents too! This workshop celebrates worldwide International Sculpture Day in April.

Bookmobile Visit

ALL Art Gallery Arts League of Lowell @ 307 Market St, Lowell, MA 01852, USA, Lowell, Massachusetts, 01852, United States

All Ages • No Registration Required • Hosted by Pollard Memorial Library Bookmobile Team Visit the librarians of the Pollard Memorial Library bookmobile as they join Arts League of Lowell. Discover a new book that you can check out that day and even sign up for your own free library card!

Family Movie and Craft

Pollard Memorial Library @ 401 Merrimack St, Lowell, MA 01852, USA, Lowell, Massachusetts, 01852, United States

All Ages • Registration Required • Hosted by Pollard Memorial Library Families are welcome to join us for a special movie matinee featuring a new live action movie about a famous candy maker. Children can make their own candy necklace and a craft while they watch the movie. Popcorn and soda will be provided while supplies last. *Please notify us if you have any food allergies. Sign up begins on Monday, March 25, 2024. Please register online at lowelllibrary.org/events or by calling the Children’s Reference Desk (978) 674-1529.

Weaving Workshop Session 1

Boott Cotton Mills Museum @ 115 John St, Lowell, MA 01852, USA, Lowell, Massachusetts, 01852, United States

All Ages • Registration Required • Hosted by Tsongas Industrial History Center and Lowell National Historical Park Learn how cloth is designed, patterned, and made in this unique hands-on workshop. Weave your own piece of cloth using hand looms. Learn the difference between warp and weft, and have fun in the process! Please register by calling 978 970-5000.

Weaving Workshop Session Two

Boott Cotton Mills Museum @ 115 John St, Lowell, MA 01852, USA, Lowell, Massachusetts, 01852, United States

All Ages • Registration Required • Hosted by Tsongas Industrial History Center and Lowell National Historical Park Learn how cloth is designed, patterned, and made in this unique hands-on workshop. Weave your own piece of cloth using hand looms. Learn the difference between warp and weft, and have fun in the process! Please register by calling 978 970-5000.

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Intro to Stand-up with Angela Sawyer

This class is meant for anyone new or just starting out in stand-up comedy and who would like to learn the tricks of the trade. Each student will find their comedic voice and craft their own 5-minute set to be delivered at the student showcase. It's an 8-week class, with the final class being a student showcase. $240 per student

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Intro to Sketch Writing

Think Saturday Night Live or Monty Python’s Flying Circus. Students will learn the art behind what goes into making a great sketch and be introduced to the several different types of sketches. Each student will have the opportunity to write up to five sketches to be shared and read as a group in class. Then, each student will choose one sketch to be read or performed on stage at the student showcase. $240 per student

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Intro to Improv: Learn to Play with Brian Agosta

A beginner's class for anyone who's ready to start with the basics of improvisational comedy in order to be funny and interesting on stage and have fun! Students will learn how to be spontaneous, a good listener, and a team player. Classes will explore the unique gifts each person possesses in their voice, body and imagination. We'll create characters, relationships and fun by embracing the power of "yes, and!". 8 classes, with the final class being a student showcase. - $240

Figure Sketching/Drawing

Brush Art Gallery & Studios @ 256 Market St, Lowell, MA

Ages 10 - 14 • Registration Required • Hosted by Donna Berger at The Brush Art Gallery and Studios With Donna Berger, students will learn approaches for making quick figure drawings. Grids will be provided to help with proportions and size. Students may be asked to act as models for short 10-minute poses. Por favor regístrese en https://www.chezclaireartschool.com/event/202019/free-art-classes-for-kids-and-teens-wed-4-17.

Watershed Exploration at the Spaulding House

Spaulding House @ 383 Pawtucket St, Lowell, MA 383 Pawtucket St, Lowell, MA, United States

All Ages • Registration Required • Hosted by Lowell Parks and Conservation Trust Step back in time and immerse yourself in Lowell's rich industrial history at the third oldest home in the city, dating back to circa 1760. Discover Lowell's industrial past and learn about its connection to the local watershed using the Enviroscape Watershed Model. Explore the impact of human activity on the environment and gain insights into preserving Lowell's greatest natural resource the Merrimack River. Por favor regístrese en https://lowelllandtrust.org/about-us-2-2/event_rsvp/.

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