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  LNHP Daily Guided Tours & Programs 2015 Winter Hours
Sun, Mar 29    
  Winter Farmer's Market, 10am-2:30pm
Toby Walker Guitar Workshop at 1pm
Mill City Grows and Mill No. 5
Mill No. 5, 230 Middlesex St.
Mon, Mar 30    
  Matt Heron: Selma to Montgomery, art reception, 5pm UML, University Crossing, Rm. 480, 220 Pawtucket St.
Tue, Mar 31    

Cheap Movie Day, Schedule, $7.50 all day Showcase Cinemas Lowell, 32 Reiss Ave.
     
  From Billions to None, eco-film, 6:30pm
Lowell Parks & Conservation Trust
Lowell National Historical Park, Visitors Center, 246 Market St.
     
  City Council Meeting, AGENDA, 6:30pm City Council Chambers
or watch LIVE on LTC Channel 99
     
  Movie Night, 7:30pm Luna Theater at Mill No. 5, 250 Jackson St.
     
  Lowell Camera Club, 7:30pm
Meets the 1st & 3rd Tuesday of each month
First United Baptist Church, 99 Church St.
     
  Jazz on the Canal, 8pm Back Page, 15 Kearney Sq.
Behind Blue Taleh; 978-455-4418
     
  Lowell's First Pub Quiz with Prizes! 8pm Old Court, 29 Central Street
Wed, Apr 1    
  Lowell Votes - Kickoff, 6:30pm Pollard Memorial Library, 401 Merrimack St.
     

Jazz and Blues Night, live music, 7:30pm Blue Taleh, 15 Kearney Sq.
     
  Karaoke with Ernie Houle, 8pm-1:30am Finn's Pub, 78 Merrimack St.
     
  Blues with Big Daddy, 8pm Last Safe and Deposit, 160 Merrimack St.
     
  Steve Clements and friends, open mic, 9pm Back Page, 15 Kearney Sq.
Behind Blue Taleh; 978-455-4418
Thur, Apr 2    
  The Struggle Was Not Only in the South with Jason Sokol, 4pm
50th Anniversary of the Voting Rights Act
UML South, Durgin Hall, 883 Broadway. Room 104
Note: they might mean Mahoney Hall
     
  Master Thieves: The Boston Gangsters Who Pulled Off the World's Greatest Art Heist, book signing with author Stephen Kurkjian, 4-5:30pm Whistler House Museum of Art, 243 Worthen St.
     
  Downtown Lowell First Thursdays, 5-9pm events at venues throughout downtown Lowell
     
  Celebrating Cambodian Ceramics, 5-7pm LTC, 246 Market Street
     
  Zumba Dance/Exercise Classes, free, 6-7pm McAuliff School Cafeteria
     
  Lowell: The Continuing Revolution, film, 6:30-9pm
The film is 17 minutes long and the debut screening will be screened every 30 minutes. After that the film will replace the film, Lowell: An Industrial Revelation, and will  screen daily at the center.
Lowell National Historical Park, Visitors Center, 246 Market St. (in the courtyard)
     
  The Kingdom of Cambuja, $10, 7pm
Multi-media  production including performances by Angkor Dance Troupe and the UML World Music Ensemble; Free to UML Students, Faculty, and Staff
UML South, Durgin Hall, 35 Wilder St. Free Parking across the street!
     
  Belly Dancing & Live Grecian Music, 8pm-1am
Greek & Middle Eastern music
Athenian Corner Restaurant, 207 Market Street
     
  Acoustic Music, 9pm-midnight Fuse Bistro, 45 Palmer St.
     
  Music, 9pm Last Safe and Deposit, 160 Merrimack St.
     
  Populace, 9pm Back Page, 15 Kearney Sq.
Behind Blue Taleh; 978-455-4418
Fri, Apr 3    
  Complimentary Hors d Oeuvres & Live Music, 7pm 50 Warren at the UML Inn & Conference Center
     
  Film, 7:30pm Luna Theater at Mill No. 5, 250 Jackson St.
     
  Belly Dancing & Live Grecian Music, 8pm-1am
Greek & Middle Eastern music
Athenian Corner Restaurant, 207 Market Street
     
  Piano Bar, 8pm Blue Taleh, 15 Kearney Sq.
     
  Acoustic Friday's with Hannah, 8-10pm Ye Olde Worthen, 141 Worthen St.
     
  Throwdown Band, 9pm Back Page, 15 Kearney Sq.
Behind Blue Taleh; 978-455-4418
     
  Mike Burns Dance Music, 9pm Cappy's Copper Kettle, 245 Central St.
     
  Music, 9:30pm Last Safe and Deposit, 160 Merrimack St.
     

Music, 10pm Garcia Brogan's, 131 Middlesex St.
Sat, Apr 4    
  Cambodian New Years Celebration, 9am-3pm Lowell Senior Center, 276 Broadway St.
     
  First Saturdays at Gates Block, 11am-5pm Gates Block/Arts League of Lowell, 307 Market St.
     

 

First Saturday Open Studios, 12pm-5pm www.westernavenuestudios.com
  New Exhibit, art reception, 5-7pm Loading Dock Gallery, 122 Western Ave.
     
  Mill City Saturdays, 12pm-6pm
marketplace and live music
Mill No. 5, 230 Middlesex St.
     
  Acoustic Saturday, 1pm
Brew'd mixes it up with Comedy, featuring Howie Newman!
Brew'd Awakening, 61 Market St.
     

New Exhibit, art reception, 4-7pm Zeitgeist Gallery, 167 Market St.
zeitgeist167@gmail.com
     
  New Exhibit, reception, 4-6pm Arts League of Lowell, 307 Market St.
     
  Piano Bar, 8pm Blue Taleh, 15 Kearney Sq.
     
  Belly Dancing & Live Grecian Music, 8pm-1am
Greek & Middle Eastern music
Athenian Corner Restaurant, 207 Market Street
     
  Mike Burns Dance Music, 9pm Cappy's Copper Kettle, 245 Central St.
     
  Cosmic Bowling, 9-midnight Brunswick Zone, 647 Pawtucket Blvd.
     
  Hal Holiday and the Tones, 9pm Back Page, 15 Kearney Sq.
Behind Blue Taleh; 978-455-4418
     
  Music, 9:30pm Last Safe and Deposit, 160 Merrimack St.
     

Music, 10pm Garcia Brogan's, 131 Middlesex St.
Mon, Apr 6    
  Pawtucketville Citizens Council, 7pm
2016-2040 Regional Transportation Plan
An Wang School Auditorium, 365 W. Meadow Rd.
Wed, Apr 8    
  2016-2040 Regional Transportation Plan, public input session, 4:30-7pm City Hall, Mayor's Reception Room, 2nd floor, 375 Merrimack
     
  Lowell Hunger/Homeless Commission, 4:30-7pm City Hall, Mayor's Reception Room, 2nd floor, 375 Merrimack
Thur, Apr 9    
  Khmer Flag Raising ceremony, 10am Lowell City Hall, Merrimack St.
Sat, Apr 11    
  Your City Saturdays, children activities, noon-2:30pm
Every second Saturday!
Lowell National Historical Park, Visitor's Center, 246 Market St.
     
  Four By Four for Education, reception, 2-5pm
UML Scholarship Fundraiser, $25 donation
Brush Artist Gallery and Studios, 256 Market St.
Thur, Apr 16    

10th Anniversary: Take Back the Night, 6pm
Help raise awareness about sexual violence and rape prevention.
Rally & Assembly at City Hall Plaza, then candlelit march (1 mile) to UML South, Maloney Hall, 220 Pawtucket Blvd.
Sat, Apr 18    
  The Greatest Game Ever Played, golf film, 1pm Pollard Memorial Library, 401 Merrimack St.
Tue, Apr 21    
  Lowell: The River City, Tony Sampas, 7-9pm UML South, O'Leary Library, Learning Commons, 61 Wilder St.
Wed, Apr 29    
  Traditional Irish Session with Natalya Kay, 7pm
Last Wed. of every month.
Old Court, 29 Central Street
     
Thur, Apr 30    
  The Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee and the Struggle for Civil and Political Rights, with Charles Cobb and Judy Richardson, 4pm UML South, O'Leary Library, Learning Commons, 61 Wilder St.
May 2    
  Art & Drama Workshop with Jean Winslow, 7pm
In this workshop you will tap into your own creativity while integrating the arts into your personal or professional practices. It is a chance to look at new ways of doing what you have been doing while discovering new paths to follow. There will be opportunities for training, education and exploration at a pace that meets the needs and interests of all.

$75 Scholarships available      $85 Psychodrama training hours
Merrimack Repertory Theater Rehearsal Hall
132 Warren Street

Jean Winslow is a registered art therapist, psychodrama trainer, licensed mental health counselor and artist. To register: jeanwinslow@msn.com 978-455-2236

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