It may be raining outside, but INSIDE, there are MOVIES!
Dear Film Friends and Supporters:
Just a reminder that we've got TWO fabulous film screenings taking place right here in downtown Lowell starting TONIGHT with our partnership with Lowell National HIstorical Park for a "Pickles in Fact & Film" event -- fascinating!
And next Tuesday, we're so proud to present one of our favorite independent films, Earthwork, which is making the rounds to major theaters in the country. We're glad to say that we got it here FIRST for a sneak preview in Lowell before it hits local theaters -- mark your calendars for this great FREE film event on September 13!
Thank you so much for your support and stay dry out there!
Your friends in film,
Suzz & Brett Cromwell
We hope to see you at the movies in the next 8 days!
Thursday, September 8@ 7 p.m.
Lowell National Historical Park
Discover the story of New York's famous "Pickle Man" in this crowd-pleasing romance starring Amy Irving. We'll even start the program with a "Pickle Talk" on Jewish Pickling Traditions! Co-presented with Lowell National Historical Park. --> More info
Tuesday, September 13 @ 7 p.m.
Art Gallery at Jeanne D'Arc Credit Union
Academy Award nominee John Hawkes portrays real-life artist Stan Herd, a self-proclaimed rebel who takes on a life-changing art project in New York City. Co-presented with the Arts League of Lowell.
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Take a free tour of historic Lowell Cemetery and hear fascinating stories as you explore one of the City's most beautiful spots. Tours are led by Richard Howe, Jr. - Fridays (Sept. 9 & 23) and Saturdays (Sept. 10 & 24)
32nd Annual Banjo and Fiddle Contest, September 10
Come enjoy a full day of workshops, music, comradery and fun at the 32nd Annual Banjo and Fiddle Contest at Lowell National Historical Park. Free entry for contestants and public. Sat., Sept. 10, 12-6pm
Ethnic Market Tour & Author Talk as part of Lowell Folklife Series, September 10
Author Jane Ziegelman
Tour some of Greater Lowell’s diverse ethnic markets and enjoy a talk & book signing by renowned author Jane Ziegelman ("97 Orchard") whose specialty is New York immigrant food traditions. - Sat., Sept. 10, 2-5pm
Gallery Tour at Chelmsford Library features Chinese Paintings by George Chen, September 10
Take a Gallery Tour with Lowell artist George Chen as he shares stories & discusses the techniques behind his current exhibit "Ancient Visions New Canvases" at the Chelmsford Library. - Sat., Sept. 10, 2pm
Indie film Earthwork comes to Lowell for one showing only, September 13
Award-winning film Earthwork starring Academy Award nominee John Hawkes (Winter's Bone) screens in Lowell as part of the 2011 Film & the Arts Series. Free admission, one night only! -Tues. Sept. 13, 7pm
Registration now open for Acrylic Painting Workshop, September 21
Registration is now open for an acrylic painting workshop led by Adria Arch at Whistler House Museum's Parker Gallery. Fee: $130 before Labor Day, $150 after Sept. 5. - Wed., Sept. 21, 10am-4pm
More information & registration:
Creative Healing, Saturday September 24
Find new pathways to health and healing in an arts and mindfulness based group experience. - Sat. Sept. 24 & Oct. 22, 10-4 at 128 Warren Street, Lowell, MA.
More Information: Contact Jean Winslow email@example.com or 978-455-2236/978-726-2399
Lowell Photography Contest, Extended Deadline: October 1
Enter the Lowell Photography Contest with up to three photos that capture the essence of the City of Lowell, the heritage within the National Park, or the character of the Historic District! - New Deadline: Oct. 1
Submit your favorite recipe to "Lowell Cooks!", deadline October 10
Calling all restaurants, chefs, cooks, and foodies! Submit your favorite recipe for consideration in "Lowell Cooks!", the City's new community cookbook set for release in Spring 2012. - Deadline: Mon., Oct. 10
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