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LNHP Daily Guided Tours & Programs Spring 2014 Hours
Thur, Apr 17    
  Lowell Highlands Neighborhood Group, 6pm
Informal social meeting to discuss neighborhood issues
Captain John's, Cupples Square
3rd Thurs. of every month
     

Acoustic Music, 6-8pm Life Alive, 194 Middle St.
     

Bitter Seeds, film, 6:30am
MCC International Film Series
MCC Federal Building, Assembly Room, 50 Kearney Sq.
     
  Jazz, Rock, Big Band Concert, 7:30pm
Riverhawks Hockey pep band performs contemporary selections. Dan Lutz directs.
UML Durgin Hall, 35 Wilder St.
     
  Amanda Cote, 9pm Back Page, 15 Kearney Sq.
Behind Blue Taleh; 978-455-4418
Fri, Apr 18    

Acoustic Music, 6-8pm Life Alive, 194 Middle St.
     
 

Tai Chi classes, Mauricio Cordero, 6-7:30pm    
For info contact mcartsc@gmail.com

Western Avenue Studios, 160 Western Ave.
meet at the west entrance of the lofts by the picnic tables
     
  Complimentary Hors d’ Oeuvres & Live Music, 7pm 50 Warren at the UML Inn & Conference Center
     
  Vic Paul, 7pm-midnight Sac Club, Market St.
     
  Jazz Night, 7:30-11:30pm Ricardo’s Café Trattoria, 110 Gorham St.
     
  Piano Bar with Ken Clark, 8pm Blue Taleh, 15 Kearney Sq.
     
  Belly Dancing & Live Grecian Music, 8pm-1am
Greek & Middle Eastern music
Athenian Corner, 207 Market Street
     
  Juke Joint 5, 9pm Back Page, 15 Kearney Sq.
Behind Blue Taleh; 978-455-4418
     
  Acoustic Music, 9-11pm La Boniche, 143 Merrimack St.
     
  Mike Burns Dance Music, 9pm Cappy's Copper Kettle, 245 Central St.
     

Mugsy, 10pm Garcia Brogan's, 131 Middlesex St.
Sat, Apr 19    
  Your City Saturdays, children activities, 10-11am
Every 3rd Saturday
Lowell National Historical Park, Visitor's Center, 246 Market St.
     
  Mill City Saturdays, Thread & Groove, 12pm-5pm
Entertainment will be provided by Dan Adam DJ Service and live acoustic acts. The market will run from noon 'til seven followed by an after party and midnight market! Featuring: The Party Band PRETTY & NICE and The Unholy III plus DJ Studebaker Hawk!
Free and open to the public.
Mill No. 5, 230 Middlesex St.
     
  Mill City Grows Community Build Day, 1-4pm
Come get your hands dirty, meet neighbors and other Local Food fans, and have fun at the Smith Street Community Garden in the Lower Highlands!  We need help filling 20 brand new raised beds with clean, rich soil so our gardeners can get to work growing healthy food this season.  We will provide work gloves, gatorade and snacks! To register: contact Ellen: ellen@millcitygrows.org or (978) 656-1280
32 Smith St.
     
  Country Social or Open Mic, 8pm-midnight Knickerbocker Club, 36 Chamberlain St.
     
  Belly Dancing, Athenian Corner Band, 8pm-1am
Greek & Middle Eastern music with the Fred Elias Ensemble
Athenian Corner, 207 Market Street
     
  Piano Bar with Ralph Funaro, 8pm Blue Taleh, 15 Kearney Sq.
     
  The Installers, 9pm Back Page, 15 Kearney Sq.
Behind Blue Taleh; 978-455-4418
     

Mike Burns Dance Music, 9pm Cappy's Copper Kettle, 245 Central St.
     
  Brazilian Night Dancing, 9pm The Lowell Sports Club, 490 Central St.
     

Whiskey Tango, 10pm Garcia Brogan's, 131 Middlesex St.
Sun, Apr 20    
  Singer/Songwriter in the Round, music series, 9pm Back Page, 15 Kearney Sq.
Behind Blue Taleh; 978-455-4418
Mon, Apr 21    
  Centralville Neighborhood Action Group, 6:30pm Dom Polski Club, 10 Coburn St.
Tue, Apr 22    

Cheap Movie Day, Schedule, $7.50 all day Showcase Cinemas Lowell, 32 Reiss Ave.
     
  Where have all the bees gone? noon-1:15pm MCC City Building’s Lower Cafeteria, 33 Kearney Square
     
  Lowell City Council Meeting, 6:30pm City Council Chambers
or watch LIVE on LTC Channel 99
     
  Percussion Ensemble Concert, 7:30pm UML Durgin Hall, 35 Wilder St.
     
  Lowell Camera Club, 7:30pm
Meets the 1st & 3rd Tuesday of each month
First United Baptist Church, 99 Church St.
     
  Bingo, 6:30pm (doors open at 4:30pm) St. Louis School, 77 Boisvert School
     
  Lowell's First Pub Quiz with Prizes! 8pm Old Court, 29 Central Street
Wed, Apr 23    
  Open House at LTC, 4-6pm 246 Market St. (across from LNHP Visitor's Center)
     
  Annual Spaghetti Dinner, $5, $12 pre family, 4:30-7pm; Lowell Hunger and Homeless Commission 201 Coburn St.
     
  Lowell Makes Open House, 6-9pm 47 Lee St.
     
  Bingo, 6:30pm (doors open at 4:30pm) St. Louis School, 77 Boisvert School
     
  Lower Highlands Neighborhood Group Meeting, 6:30pm Cambodia Town, Boys & Girls Club, 657 Middlesex St.
     
  The Projectionist is No Longer in the House: Cinema in the 21st Century, film shorts, 7pm Art Gallery at Jeanne D'Arc Credit Union, 1 Tremont Pl.
     
  Concert Band Concert, 7:30pm
90 piece ensemble perform traditional & modern wind band literature and orchestral transcriptions, including a new composition by Dan Lutz titled "Seeds of the Revolution." Dan Lutz directs.
UML Durgin Hall, 35 Wilder St.
     

Jazz and Blues Night, live music, 7:30pm Blue Taleh, 15 Kearney Sq.
     

Open Mic Night, 9pm Ye Olde Worthen, Worthen St.
     
  Steve Clements, open mic, 9pm Back Page, 15 Kearney Sq.
Behind Blue Taleh; 978-455-4418
Thur, Apr 24    
  Scavenger Hunt for Autism Awareness Month, 1pm Pollard Memorial Library, 401 Merrimack St.
     
  UML's Mixed Chamber Ensembles, 5-5:30pm
UML's University Orchestra, 6-7pm
St. Anne's Episcopal Church, 8 Kirk St.
     
  Author Night with Julia Lynam, Treasures on Your Doorstep, 7pm Pollard Memorial Library, 401 Merrimack St.
     
  Percussionists Ensemble for Non-Percussionists, 7:30pm UML Durgin Hall, 35 Wilder St.
Fri, Apr 25    
  Les Miserables, $30+, 7pm
Actors Inc. and Lowell Philharmonic Orchestra
Lowell High School, Irish Auditorium
     
  University Orchestra Concert, 7:30pm
Mark Latham conducts.
UML Durgin Hall, 35 Wilder St.
Sat, Apr 26    

LoWellness Festival, press release, 1-5pm throughout the Boarding House Park and the Boott Cotton Mills
     
  Les Miserables, $30+, 7pm
Actors Inc. and Lowell Philharmonic Orchestra
Lowell High School, Irish Auditorium
Sun, Apr 27    

High Noon Folk Music, noon-3pm Zeitgeist Gallery, 167 Market St.
zeitgeist167@gmail.com
     
  Contemporary Electronic Ensemble Concert, 7:30pm
Tech Talk at 7pm
UML Durgin Hall, 35 Wilder St.
Mon, Apr 28    
  Lowell Downtown Neighborhood Assoc., 7pm
Eric Eby, City Traffic Engineer
LTC, 246 Market St.
Susan Purdy, susanpurdy6@comcast.net
     
  University Wind Ensemble Concert with UML Alumni, 7:30pm. David Martin conducts. UML Durgin Hall, 35 Wilder St.
Tue, Apr 29    
  New England Youth Wind Ensemble, 7:30pm
Junior Concert
UML Durgin Hall, 35 Wilder St.
Thur, May 1    
  American Democracy and the Rule of Law: Why Every Vote Matters, noon
Middlesex Community College and the Center for Student Leadership & Engagement will observe Law Day 2014 with this special program.
MCC’s Federal Building Assembly Room, 50 Kearney Square
     
  New England Youth Wind Ensemble, 7:30pm
Senior Concert
UML Durgin Hall, 35 Wilder St.
Fri, May 2    
  First Friday Soiree, Open House, 6:30pm Gates Block/Arts League of Lowell, 307 Market St.
Sat, May 3    
 

2nd Annual Franco-American Festival, 10-2pm

Gershlot
     
  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
  Hat - Seen and Sewn, reception, 5-7pm Loading Dock Gallery, 122 Western Ave.
     
  Mill City Saturdays, 12pm-5pm Mill No. 5, 230 Middlesex St.
     

Stephen Kinney Solo, art reception, 2-7pm Zeitgeist Gallery, 167 Market St.
zeitgeist167@gmail.com
     
  2014 COOL Annual Breakfast, 7:30am,
$30 Admission, $10 Artists & Students
MCC Federal Building, 50 Kearney Square 
Sun, May 4    

High Noon Jazz with Evidence, noon-3pm Zeitgeist Gallery, 167 Market St.
zeitgeist167@gmail.com
     
  Mill Hands, Field Hands with Seth Rockman, 2pm
A study of the men and women laboring both in NE mills and on Southern plantations.
Moses Greeley Parker Lecture Series
Lowell National Historical Park, Visitor's Center, 246 Market St.
Tue, May 6    
  Lowell Camera Club, 7:30pm
Meets the 1st & 3rd Tuesday of each month
First United Baptist Church, 99 Church St.
Wed, May 7    

Hunger & Homeless Commission Meeting, Noon Mayor's Reception Room, City Hall
Thur, May 8    
 

Spring 2014 BFA Exhibition, reception, 5-7pm

UML Dugan Gallery, Dugan Hall, 883 Broadway St.
Fri, May 9    
  Community Coffeehouse, all are invited, 7-9pm
Free - Coffee - Hot Chocolate - Food
Living Waters Center of Hope, 10 Kirk St.
Sat, May 10    
  Gardner Training, 10am-12pm
Cost: $10 per family; free for Mill City Grows community gardeners! To register: contact Ellen: ellen@millcitygrows.org or (978) 656-1280
230 Middlesex St. across from the shelter
     
 

Greater Lowell United FC vs Brooklyn Italians, soccer, $10 adults, $5 kids, 8:05pm

Cawley Memorial Stadium, 587 Douglas Rd.
     
  UML String Project, Spring Showcase, 7:30pm UML Durgin Hall, 35 Wilder St.
Location tentative
Sat, May 17    
 

Lowell Photography Weekend

 
Sun, May 18    
 

Lowell Photography Weekend

 
Tue, May 20    
  Lowell Camera Club, 7:30pm
Meets the 1st & 3rd Tuesday of each month
First United Baptist Church, 99 Church St.
Sun, May 25    
 

Greater Lowell United FC vs NY Red Bulls, soccer, $10 adults, $5 kids, 5:05pm

Cawley Memorial Stadium, 587 Douglas Rd.
Sat, May 31    
 

Greater Lowell United FC vs Rhode Island Reds, soccer, $10 adults, $5 kids, 8:05pm

Cawley Memorial Stadium, 587 Douglas Rd.
Sat, June 21    
 

2014 African Festival

Sampas Pavilion, Pawtucket Blvd.
Sat, Aug 16    
 

2014 Southeast Asian Water Festival

Sampas Pavilion, Pawtucket Blvd.
Fri, July 25    
 

2014 Lowell Folk Festival

Downtown Lowell
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