We still have room in Wednesday’s (2/22) drum circle program. This program is for special needs children and adults but family and friends are most welcome. The activity is run by a certified Music Therapist from Roman Music Therapy. It is free but sign up is required. Call 978-674-1529 to reserve your spots. The program begins at 10:30 AM.
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The Library, City Hall and all non-continuous city offices will be closed Monday, February 13, 2017 due to the inclement weather. Be safe out there.
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Did you know that in Lowell February Vacation is also known as “Kids Week?” Free and fun activities for children are happening throughout the city. For a schedule of events and more information about Kids Week, click here.
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The Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners has a new program all about showing your love for your library – Love Letters for the Library. Stop by the Children’s Desk between now and February 9th and get a special Valentine coloring sheet and tell us why you love your library. Once your Valentine is all colored in, we will collect it and send it on to share with local and state officials. Stop by and spread the love!
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A Message from DIY Lowell:
We are happy to announce the DIY Lowell Community Chill Night, a Chili Contest fundraiser on Friday, March 3, 6:30 – 9:00 pm at the Onyx Room in Western Avenue Studios. The night will include community connections, music, giant jenga and other games, a cash bar, and other fun surprises including a “Chilly” Do-it-Yourself dessert. Put it on your calendar–more info soon!
We’re putting out a call for nominations for two special awards that will be given that night:
DIY Lowell Volunteer of the Year: An outstanding DIY Lowell volunteer will receive a gift from a neighborhood business.
Community Transformation Award: An nonprofit, unincorporated group, or faith-based organization that had an outstanding project or event that transformed a community space will receive 10 volunteer hours from DIY Lowell.
Learn more and nominate an individual, a group, or both by clicking the link here. Looking forward to hearing from you!
-Chris and Aurora
DIY Lowell co-founders
PS. Don’t forget to share the word about the Points of Light Community Involvement Survey. Groups can raise funds by selling traditional foods, share cultural stories and music, or be featured in another way. You can also use this link to volunteer as an individual.
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