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Mill City’s Finest, Sam Stevquoah Book Signing at Pop Cultured

March 1 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Free

Join Pop Cultured at Mill No. 5 on March 1st to check out Mill City’s Finest- and get your copy signed by creator Sam Stevquoah!

Mill City’s Finest is a unique comic featuring an original coming of age story about a superhero living in Lowell, Massachusetts! Expecting a Hero Vol. 1 serves as the origin story for the series’ superhero—Momolu (mo-mo-loo). This 70-page comic book tells the story of the immigrant experience, and follows a family escape a civil war in a 3rd world country to live a better life…in Mill City.

Sam Stevquoah was born and raised in Lowell, Ma from Liberian (West African) refugee parents, Sam Stevquoah has had an insatiable urge to create stories. This skill would eventually lead him to attain his bachelor’s degree in Computer Animation in 2010 from Mount Ida College in Newton, Ma. Sam has since formed his own Arts and Entertainment company (Active Fantasy Productions) based in Lowell, Massachusetts, and has launched an online shop store (mcfseries.com) filled with a variety of products and comic books for the studios’ flagship project, “Mill City’s Finest (MCF).” Sam hopes to use his talents to pay homage to his hometown and culture and inspire other aspiring creators to have confidence in their ideas.

You can find more from Sam on Twitter and Instagram @Stevquoahjr and follow Pop Cultured on Facebook and Instagram (@shop_Pop_Cultured) to keep up to date on what’s happening in the store.

Details

Date:
March 1
Time:
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Cost:
Free
Event Category:
Website:
Tickets

Venue

Mill No. 5
250 Jackson Street
Lowell, MA 01852 United States
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Phone:
978 656 1828
Website:
https://millno5.com

Organizer

Pop Cultured
Phone:
9783640310
Website:
https://www.facebook.com/ShopPopCultured/

Important Coronavirus Update:

An Important Message from Mill No. 5:

After monitoring the Coronavirus situation we’ve come to the conclusion that it is our responsibility to be proactive leaders in our community. It is clear that the recommendation to practice social distancing and to avoid large gatherings is essential to slowing the spread of the infection, which is the key to avoiding the overwhelm on the medical system that many countries are now facing.


This being said, we also acknowledge the hardships that small businesses and entrepreneurs will face as more and more events and spaces close.


It is clear that the situation will change, and that we will need to be constantly monitoring, communicating and adjusting plans. For now, this is our plan:

Coffee and Cotton will remain open. We will expand on our serve safe practices with extended sanitization of surfaces. We will have to continuously monitor this decision as well.

-The Shops will be open based on their own individual preferences. Please check in with your favorite shops to see what hours they will be keeping.

-The Farm Market will run as a limited event. We understand that the farmers and producers rely heavily on market sales, and that many of our customers depend on the food they purchase on Sundays. We will re-evaluate this decision daily and work on precautions and sanitary procedures as well.

A Little Bazaar, The Luna Theater and Dows will be closed for the remainder of the month of March 

If you would like to support Mill No. 5 during these difficult times, you can purchase an e-gift card which can be used at Coffee and Cotton, Dows Soda Fountain, and The Luna Theater.

PURCHASE AN E-GIFT CARD HERE: 

Thank you for your continued support!