Calendar of Lowell Events

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5 Connect | Loading Dock Gallery

Loading Dock Gallery @ 122 Western Ave, Lowell, MA 01851, USA, Lowell, Massachusetts, 01851, United States

This April, Loading Dock Gallery presents 5 Connect, featuring work of Nancy Cameron, Denise Driscoll, Dina Mordeno, Laurie Simko, and Janet Wolahan. Connected through friendship, these five artists’ work share an interest in color, texture, and pattern. Their styles span abstract to representational, with subjects ranging from pure color to botanicals and landscapes. Cameron’s work is calligraphic, improvisatory, inspired by jazz and the city. Driscoll builds layers with stamps, drips, creating work speaks to inner unseen experience and patterns of connection. Mordeno grounds the spirit with meditations on the horizon, a metaphor for hope for the future in a time of unrest. Inspired by nature’s interconnectedness, Simko creates fluid, joyful paintings, and collage. Wolahan offers two series: one based on Rockport’s stone retaining walls, the other inspired by moving homes, called “Stuff We Hide.” 5 Connect runs April 3-28, 2024, at Loading Dock Gallery, 122 Western Avenue, Lowell, MA, noon-5:30pm, Wednesday-Saturday, until 4pm Sunday. Reception 3-5pm, Saturday April 6, 2024. More at Loading Dock Gallery is part of Loading Dock Arts, Inc., a 501c3.

Nature and Art

Boarding House Park @ 40 French St, Lowell, MA 01852, USA, Lowell, Massachusetts, 01852, United States

All Ages • No Registration Required • Hosted by Lowell National Historical Park Enjoy the spring weather and experiment with art outside. Try your hand with some watercolors and nature rubbings. Make a small nature journal to help you note the changes in the seasons.

The Farm Market

Mill No. 5 @ 250 Jackson St, Lowell, MA 01852, USA, Lowell, Massachusetts, 01852, United States

The Farm Market at Mill No. 5 features fresh produce from local farms as well as other artisan food makers such as fresh made breads, eggs, meat, cheese, yogurt, jams, pickles, mead, hot sauces, and so much more! The Farm Market runs every Sunday 10 am - 1 PM. From June through October the market is held outdoors on Jackson St. During the winter months, the market is held on the fourth floor of Mill No. 5 amongst a variety of other local businesses.    The Farm Market also features local live music every week. It is fun for the whole family. 

The Porch on Windy Hill

Merrimack Repertory Theatre @ 50 E Merrimack St , Lowell, MA

A bi-racial Korean classical violinist, Mira, and her music history grad-student boyfriend, Beck, escape months of Covid-isolation to the mountains of North Carolina. Their journey takes a surprising turn when they meet Edgar, and Mira faces a flood of memory, pain, hope, and discovery that follows. A moving, modern American play about family- with enough music for a real ‘hoot ‘n’ holler’ as the cast- Lisa Helmi Johanson, Morgan Morse, and David Lutken perform a dozen traditional and bluegrass gems. The quintessentially American melodies running through The Porch on Windy Hill illuminate a young woman’s complex, contemporary tale of healing.

Common Ground film showing at Luna Theater

The Luna Theater 250 Jackson St, 4th Floor, Lowell, MA, United States

A hopeful and uplifting story of the pioneers of the “Regenerative Movement” who produce tremendous quantities of nutritionally dense food and are working to balance the climate – all while bringing our entire ecosystem back to life. The film explores how Americans from different walks of life, different political backgrounds, and different parts of the country share one thing in common –the very soil beneath their feet. The film investigates the power of “regenerative” farming systems –from large to small-scale farmers who are the champions of soil health as the key to unlocking more (and healthier) food to feed America and the world. Cast includes: Laura Dern, Rosario Dawson, Jason Mamoa, Woody Harrelson, Ian Somerhalder and Donald Glover. TICKETS: $14 for Premium seating, $12 for Students/Seniors, $10 for Barstool seating Tickets on sale soon at Sponsored by 350 of Greater Lowell. Panel discussion to follow film. “FASCINATING.” – “AIMS TO SPARK A CULTURAL AND POLITICAL MOVEMENT.” – Forbes “THE KEY TO SAVING OUR PLANET MAY BE IN THE SOIL.” – Film Inquiry “NEEDS TO BE SEEN BY EVERYONE.” – Digital Journal YouTube Trailer:


Trivia Night

TreMonte Pizzeria Restaurant & Ice Bar 112 Middle Street, Lowell, MA, United States

Test out your wit during TreMonte's Trivia Night every Monday at 6:30 PM!

Info Session: City Hall Street Art Call

Have questions about the City of Lowell's Call for Art: City Hall Street Art? Join the virtual info session on Tuesday, April 23rd, at 5:30 PM! Register online to receive a Zoom link in advance:

This Call for Art is organized by the City of Lowell Department of Planning & Development in collaboration with the Office of Cultural Affairs and Special Events. Proposed artwork must be submitted by May 10, 2024.


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


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


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


Open Mic at Coffee and Cotton

Coffee and Cotton 250 Jackson St, 4th Floor, Lowell, MA

Open Mic night is back! Every second and fourth Wednesday, come share your music! Express yourself! Grab a drink, enjoy some food & support your local arts community!! Sign ups start at 6:00pm! Music starts at 6:30pm Free & All Ages