Come into the library to check out our children’s scary stories display for your Halloween books! We have the classic Alvin Schwartz’s Real Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark series, Beware! R.L. Stine Picks His Favorite Scary Stories, the Poison Apple series, and much more. For more Halloween fun at the library check out these cute pictures from our pumpkin decorating program at our annual Fall Festival we had earlier this month.
We just received word that tonight’s Parker Lecture featuring Ted Reinstein’s will be postponed to a later date. Mr. Reinstein will be reporting tonight as part of a full hour tribute show to the recently departed Boston Mayor Thomas Menino and will therefore be unable to make it to Lowell. We will be rescheduling this lecture as soon as we can. Stay tuned for more information. In the meantime, our thoughts are with Mayor Menino’s family.
In the post-apocalyptic Australian wasteland, a cynical drifter agrees to help a small, gasoline rich, community escape a band of bandits. |1981| Rated R | 95 min.
Happy Friday everyone! We thought we’d share a fun video of a Thriller Flash Mob in front of St. Ann’s Church as part of the 2011 Monster Bash. As Halloween nears and autumn deepens, there are lots of great ways to get in the spirit of the season. Our friends over at COOL have compiled a list of Halloween Fun – including of course Monster Bash & Downtown Stroll, and the Scarecrow Festival both happening tomorrow. And don’t forget we’re having our annual UN-Scary Halloween celebration for the kids at the library next Tuesday at 10:30am. Lots of reasons to dress up and eat candy. What could be better to get you primed up for Trick or Treating in Lowell (6pm-8pm on Friday, Oct. 31.)? Don’t forget to check out the LPD Halloween Hours and Safety Tips before you head out on the big night. Have Fun, Be Safe!
The magic happened in 1992 when they defeated the Atlanta Braves. Gas was $1.05, the most popular toy was the Super Soaker and Tom Hanks was telling us “There’s no crying in baseball.”