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History of Mill No. 5 Part 2

This month we bring you Part Two of the history of Mill No. 5 as owner Jim Lichoulas explains his vision for the space and tells us why you will never see traditional advertising for the shops or the events that happen here on a weekly basis. Imagining what historic […]

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Welcome to Mill No. 5, Part 1

Mill No. 5 has always been that little tucked away place that is loved by all but known by few – and that is by design. The inspiration and plan for the space was taken from the building itself, Lowell’s history and comparing what works with creating a community in […]

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A Crime in a Madhouse

Mill No.5 will be the host of “A Crime in a Madhouse”, a play not for the faint of heart. Done in the style of the Grand Guignol (gheen-YAHL), “A Crime in a Madhouse” is one of the original scripts used in that famous theater in France at the turn […]

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A Note to Our Community

It’s been a challenging time for all of us, but it appears as though there will be light at the end of this tunnel. We’ve taken this time to rethink how we will emerge from Covid and over the coming months we have decided to write a newsletter to share […]

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