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Thursday, March 26, 2009

Lowell This Weekend: March 27-29, 2009

Salsa Lessons at Ole Tapas Bar & Restaurant
Fridays, 8:00 PM, 76 Merrimack St., Lowell, MA
"Salsa Lessons at Ole' Restaurant & Tapas Bar
Get those dancin' shoes on! Every Friday night is "Salsa" night at Ole! The fun starts at 8pm - all are welcomed. Classes are just $10. For more information on this and other upcoming events at Ole', call (978) 735-4470."

The Show and Tell Fundraiser
Friday, 7pm, The Revolving Museum, 22 Shattuck St, Lowell, MA
"A reading with Lowell native and featured artist Dave Robinson, poets Paul Marion and Matt Miller. The evening will be a fundraiser for the Urban Village Arts Series (UVAS) so there is a $10 cover charge. There will be live music and UVAS T-shirts and CDs will be for sale! Please join us for this wonderful night in support of these poets and in support of the incomparable Urban Village Arts Series. Tell your friends!"

Beneath the Surface Exhibit (Last Weekend)
Friday, Saturday, Sunday 11am-4:30pm, The Loading Dock Gallery, 122 Western Avenue, Lowell, MA
Rex McManamy and Gregory Wright

Israeli Film Festival
Saturday, 7pm, 101 West Forest Street, Lowell, MA
Presenting: James' Journey to Jerusalem. A devout Christian from an African Zulu community traveles to the Holy Land and is mistaken for an illegal immegrant. Riddled with humor and pathos, based on a true story. Discussion lead by Rabbi Dawn Rose, PhD. Free, donation appreciated.

Live Music at 119 Gallery:
Friday & Saturday 8pm, 119 Gallery, 119 Chelmsford St, Lowell, MA

The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee
Sunday, 3pm, Lowell Memorial Auditorium, 50 East Merrimack Street, Lowell, MA
In the Tony-Award winning new musical comedy The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, six young people in the throes of puberty, overseen by grown-ups who barely managed to escape childhood themselves, learn that winning isn’t everything and that losing doesn’t necessarily make you a loser. Spelling Bee has been hailed by the Wall Street Journal as “perfect in every possible way – that rarity of rarities, a super-smart musical that is also a bona fide crowd pleaser.” This tuneful, offbeat and at times heartwarming show offers audience members the opportunity (strictly voluntary) to become part of the action as on-stage spellers. The New York Times calls Spelling Bee, “irresistible, riotously funny and remarkably ingenious – gold stars all around.”

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