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Wes Moore on Wednesday – Get Your Tickets Today

Wes Moore will be at the Lowell Memorial Auditorium this Wednesday, October 24th at 7:00pm. Tickets are free and they're going fast, but it's not too late to get yours. Call 978-674-4121 or stop by the 2nd floor Reference Desk at the library. Those who have already made reservations can pick up their tickets starting…
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Wah-Tut-Ca Display of Camp History at the Library – Opening Reception Wednesday, October 24, 6-8pm

A Lowell Legacy-"Wah-Tut-Ca Scout Reservation" Pollard Memorial Library October 24- December 2012 Wah-Tut-Ca's camp history will be on display in our ground floor and first floor display cases from October-December. The display shows how Wah-Tut-Ca came to be, how it struggled through World War II, how it dealt with the social upheavals of the 60s,…
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Rainforest Animals

Sign up has begun for Creature Teachers' rainforest animal program. Creature Teachers will be here on Saturday, October 6th at 10 AM and will be bringing along some rainforest critters. This event is for children in Kindergarten and older. Reserve your spot by calling the Children's Department at 978-674-1529.
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Edith Nourse Rogers Day Proclamation presented to the Library

Yesterday marked the 52 anniversary of the death of former 5th District Congresswoman Edith Nourse Rogers and in a special ceremony, Lowell Mayor Patrick Murphy presented to our Library Director Victoria Woodley and Library Trustees Nancy Pitkin, Marianne Gries, and Karen Davidson-Heller a proclamation signed by Governor Deval Patrick earlier this year marking June 30th,…
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Folk Fest is Here!!!

We love Folk Fest!  Even if it gets a little harder to get to work in the morning because of all the traffic barriers. No matter! The sights, sounds, smells and tastes of Lowell's premier festival more than make up for it.  It's up to you whether you study up on the schedule and plan your…
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Book launch party for local anthology: “River Muse: Tales of Lowell and the Merrimack Valley” Friday 7pm @ UML Inn & Conference Center!!!

Sons of Liberty Publishing is having a gala release of the anthology: River Muse: Tales of Lowell & The Merrimack Valley, featuring previously unpublished works from our own Jack Kerouac and thirty-five other local authors. Copies of the book may be purchased at the event ($20) and many of the authors will be there to…
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