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Calendar of Lowell Events

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Pop Up Sculpture Workshop

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

Visit Arts League of Lowell (ALL) on Saturday, April 13th, from 10 AM - 1 PM for the Pop Up Sculpture Workshop! This free adult workshop will introduce the basics of creative large sculptures with corrugated cardboard. Participants will work in teams to imagine and construct forms to be placed in the garden to celebrate International Sculpture Day, which is April 27th.

Please bring a utility knife and/or a glue gun, plus your imagination. Contact Mary Hart with any questions at allprograms@artsleagueoflowell.org

Filmmaking for Tweens & Teens – April Vacation Week

Western Avenue | Studios & Lofts @ 122 Western Avenue, Lowell, MA, 01851, US

Filmmaking for Tweens & Teens April 13th & Optional 14th for film editing workshop. 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM Ages 10-14 - Registration Required Hosted by Scot Langdon, Longhill Films Western Avenue Studios & Lofts, 122 Western Ave, Lowell, - 2nd Floor Classroom This is the perfect class for students with an interest or passion for reading, photography, videography, story creation, filmmaking, editing, camera work, audio production, and taking an idea and bringing it to life in a collaborative, supportive team environment. This will show you how fun and exciting filmmaking can be! Students will work in small teams to produce impressive results and work on the final edit. Limited to 10 students. The Fee is $45/student for Saturday, or Saturday & Sunday (4 hour editing workshop) $70/student. Payment due at the time of registration. For more information or questions, email scot@longhillphoto.com REGISTRATION & DETAILS: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/873924891877?aff=oddtdtcreator

Recurring

Nonfiction Writing Group

lala books @ 189 Market St, Lowell, MA, 01852, United States

Working on a memoir? A grand philosophical treatise? A field guide to Lowell flora and fauna, or any other non-fiction project? Come to this drop-in writing group, to check in with each other and to support each other's process and progress.

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.

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.

Linnea’s Garden, Subpunch, Cat TV at Thirsty First

Thirsty First Tavern 103 Market Street, Lowell, MA, United States

Linnea's Garden - https://linktr.ee/linneasgarden Subpunch - https://subpunch.bandcamp.com/ Cat TV - https://cat-tv.bandcamp.com Saturday, April 13 Thirsty First 103 Market St Lowell, MA No cover! 9 pm 21+

Angkor Dance Troupe Tour and Workshop

Patrick J Mogan Cultural Center 40 French Street, Lowell, MA

Ages 9 - 15 • No Registration Required • Hosted by Angkor Dance Troupe Learn about the dance and history of the Angkor Dance Troupe. Tour the studio space and then get a chance to practice movements with dancers and instructors, accompanied by music.

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.

Tour of Lowell Humane Society

Lowell Humane Society 951 Broadway St, Lowell, MA, United States

Ages 5 - 12 • Registration Required • Hosted by Lowell Humane Society If your kids love animals, this tour is for you! Please come down to the Lowell Humane Society and we will show you what we do to tend to the animals in our care. You will get to see parts of the shelter that are typically not open to the public. Lots of cute, furry friends to interact with. Please register by emailing jen@lowellhumanesociety.org.

Recurring

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!

Community Conversations: Education

Lowell National Historical Park Visitor Center @ 246 Market St, Lowell, MA 01852, USA, Lowell, Massachusetts, 01852, United States

The City of Lowell has always put quality education for everyone in the forefront. Join us for an evening of exploring what education is, was, and can be, and how it contributes to the vibrant community that we enjoy. Guest speakers include: Frank Clark, education ranger at Lowell National Historical Park and the Tsongas Industrial History Center Greg Haas, Director of Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment at Greater Lowell Technical High School Caroline Rowe, Lowell Managing Director for International Institute of New England Community Conversations explores a wide variety of topics that are relevant to our contemporary communities with strong foundations in our past.

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