Category Archives: poetry
Sunday February 13 2:30-4pm, $3 singles $5 couples, everyone welcome! Do you want/like/love/loath/hate someone special in your life? Yea we prob do too Join FreeVerse! on the day before Valentine’s in an event dedicated to those that have ever felt … Continue reading
Sunday January 30 2:30-6pm, Monday January 31 4- 6pm, $5 donation suggested. Youth Empowerment + Community Healing Through Art Brought to you by: Lowell Community Health Center in collaboration with the Lowell Youth Violence Prevention Coalition, the Lower Highland Neighborhood … Continue reading
Thursday January 27 6:30pm, donation appreciated Monthly meeting and open mic.
Friday December 17 8pm, donations encouraged! Box Lunch: [Boston] Ruth Lepson – poetry Derek Beckvold – alto sax Fausto Sierakowski – alto sax James Wylie – alto sax Simon Hanes – bass Pete Negroponte – drums + Untitled Quartet [Boston] … Continue reading
Saturday October 23 8pm, donations most welcome! Collage by Steve Dalichinsky Steve Dalichinsky – poetry Yuko Otomo – poetry Shayna Dulberger – double bass Charles Waters – reeds Local poets including Ed Marshall, Patrick Pierce are invited to perform. Audience … Continue reading
Thursday October 21 6:30pm, donation appreciated. John Sinclair – poetry with Return to Nibiru Dave Ross – guitar Alex Obert – double bass Bob Hubbard – drums + open mic This event co-sponsored by Lowell Poetry Network & 119 Gallery. … Continue reading
Friday, Saturday and Sunday October 15-17, donations greatly appreciated. Last years Doin’ It Together … Friday October 15 All DITF participants are encouraged to attend part or all of this evening! 6pm Meet & greet: shake your booty, play scrabble, … Continue reading
Thursday September 23 6:30pm, donation appreciated. Monthly meeting and open mic.
Thursday September 16 7pm, donations for DE & 119 appreciated. Early show, come early! Devil Eyes [Montreal CA] + Loup-Garou featuring Mike Dailey & Emily Jayne [Lowell, Montreal CA] + Stephanie Lak [Lowell] “…raboteux, cru, sale, méchant, dans ta face.” … Continue reading