Walk the Lowell Sustainability Trail

Join us to pilot the Lowell Sustainability Trail that will highlight sustainability practices and challenges. Location: U Crossing, UMass Lowell, 220 Pawtucket St, Lowell. Other info: The walk will last approximately 45-60 minutes. Email lowelllearningcity2019@gmail.com with questions. RSVP Here. This event is being promoted as part of the 2023 Lowell City of Learning Festival, which is a project […]

Nature Explorations at Hawk Valley Farm

Learn about local wetlands, plants, and wildlife! Explore on your own or join us for a Tree ID walk, scavenger hunt, or interactive watershed demonstration. See event page for more info. Host: Lowell Parks & Conservation Trust Location: Hawk Valley Farm, 526 Varnum Ave, Lowell, MA. Parking available along 1 side of Varnum Terrace. Parking […]

Friends of the PML Book Sale

Join the Friends of the Pollard Memorial Library for our book sale! This will be held in the Community Meeting Room on the Ground Floor of the Library. Get new and gently used books, DVDs, and CDs at amazing prices. Something for everyone! Payments will be accepted by cash or check. All proceeds go to […]

Literature Through Music

This “lecture concert” will include MCC music faculty members Daniel Fridley, singer; Carmen Rodriguez-Peralta, pianist; Orlando Cela, flutist; Raley Beggs, guitarist, and Todd Brunel, bass clarinetist will present a lecture/concert of works inspired by poetry. MCC English faculty member Tom Laughlin will also read his poem “Jazz” while Todd Brunel improvises. Hosts: Middlesex Community College, […]

Computer Literacy Class

African Community Center of Lowell is collaborating with UMass Lowell this fall to create a computer literacy class. Beginning Saturday, October 14, all immigrants to the Greater Lowell area are invited to participate in the class (anyone under 16 must be accompanied by an adult). Classes will run for nine consecutive Saturdays, from 11 a.m. […]

Dominican Flow Bachata Workshop

Join the college for a Dominican Flow Bachata workshop during the City of Lowell Learning Festival and to honor Hispanic Heritage Month! Come dance and join a discussion with entrepreneurs from the Utopia Dance Company in Lawrence, MA! Louis Casiano and Elvis Lora, two Latino men of color and members of the LGBTQ community, joins […]

Loving to Hate New Music

Music is alive and evolving, and when it comes to classical music, the many different trends are as varied as human imagination. This lecture-performance, featuring the principal winds of the Lowell Chamber Orchestra, will guide audiences into the world of contemporary music by explaining some of the most popular and innovative sounds and techniques, and […]

Tour of Newly Renovated Dental Clinic, Middlesex Community College

Come tour our newly renovated dental clinic on the Lowell campus of MCC. Stop in for some free oral health care goodies and learn more about students seeking to provide high quality care at a very affordable rate. Please join the tour to view the clinic and get information about fees, services and how to […]

Khmer Social Dancing Class for Adults (Romvong circle dance and Madison Khmer line dance)

Cambodian Mutual Assistance Association (CMAA) 465 School Street, Lowell, Massachusetts, United States

Have you ever wanted to join and dance the circle dance or other group dances at a Cambodian wedding or other event but felt unsure about how to move your hands and your feet?  Here’s your chance to learn the moves you need to know to feel comfortable on the dance floor! Instructors from the […]

Whose Stories Get Told: A conversation about representation in museums

Public historians Bob Forrant and Kevin Coffee, in conversation with lala’s Laura Lamarre Anderson, will discuss the role of museums in telling our history. Through the years, evolving philosophies have guided acquisition and display policies, often resulting in one-sided views and the silencing of many voices. These two historians are each working to diversify the […]

VIRTUAL – Native American Code Talkers of World War I and II

Please join us for a presentation by Dr. William Meadows, University of Missouri, as he discusses the origins and evolution of Native American Code Talking, the use of Native American languages in the US Military, through both World Wars to contemporary recognition. The development of this tactic, different types of Native coded communications, code and […]

Small Steps, Big Changes

Join SLS Fitness and Dragonfly Cafe for a seminar on the most current research on fat loss and metabolism with a healthy food cooking demo from Dragonfly Cafe as part of the Lowell City of Learning Series! RSVP Here Location: Dragonfly Cafe, 145 Thorndike Street, Lowell, MA Dragonfly Cafe, SLS Fitness, Lowell City of Learning, […]