It’s never too late to start a life list! Get out there and get some birds! The Lowell Parks and Conservation Trust is leading a special Birding on the Greenway tour Tuesday, September 23rd, 2014, 7:30am. Location: Concord River Greenway, Lawrence Street Section. Join the Trust and Mike Baird, Trust member and birding expert, for an early morning birding exploration of the Concord River Greenway! All levels of birding knowledge welcome! Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or 978-934-0030.
This is all leading up to the 2015 Year of the Audubon celebration put on by The Pollard Memorial Library, Lowell Parks and Conservation Trust and the John Davis Foundation. This celebration will feature a rotating exhibit of seldom seen John James Audubon prints which the library acquired in 1880. The kick-off of the Audubon exhibit will be on the evening of Wednesday, November 5th at the library. At this special event guest speaker, Chris Leahy, from Mass Audubon will share his birding (and Audubon print) expertise. This will also be the Lowell Parks & Conservation Trust’s official Annual Meeting.
“Read an eBook Day is a celebration of modern storytelling. Be a part of the festivities by checking your favorite eBook out from the library, sharing your reading stories, entering to win prizes or just simply setting aside some time to read. Celebrate with your fellow readers.” Click here to share your story.
The following topics are covered:
1. Overview of the Home Buying Process
2. Mortgage Application Process
3. Down Payment Assistance Programs
4. Legal Aspects of Purchasing
5. Home Inspections
6. Household Budgeting
7. Building Good Credit
8. Insurance Requirements
9. Multi-Unit Housing Options
10. Responsible Home Ownership
The next classes are:
September 23 for English Speakers
October 25 for Spanish Speakers
October 4 for Khmer Speakers
Online classes are also offered.
Go to their website http://www.mvhp.org for more info or call (978) 450-8490
Lowell Reads What Lowell Writes: “A Poet in Lowell” a tribute to Lawrence Carradini on Thurday Sept 18 at 7pm
Join us for an opening reception for “A Poet in Lowell (September – October 2014) – an exhibit on the ground floor of the library in tribute to Lawrence Carradini, Lowell poet, who dies May 1, 2014. Readings by Meg Smith, Ala Khaki, Jim Dunn and Tony Sampas. Free admission. Refreshments provided. (photo by Meg Smith)