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A New Chapter for Lowell Book Company

Kristen McDonie’s independent bookstore, Lowell Book Company celebrated its first year in business at Mill No. 5 this past September and she was given the greatest gift possible: a bigger, brighter space to accommodate an ever-expanding collection of books and customers who are choosing to

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Old McDonald

The Farm Market takes place every Sunday at Mill No. 5 and is the longest running year-round farmer’s market in the Lowell region. We are also proud to say that TFM was the only Massachusetts farmer’s market that ran continuously during the height of the Covid

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Bonnie “Prince” Billy

On August 17, The Overlook, Mill No.5’s new music and event space on the 5th floor welcomes three trailblazers within the folk/indie music scene. Tickets are available on our website.  Bonnie “Prince” Billy (Will Oldham) has been a singer/songwriter/performer since the early ‘90s and has shared the

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Hot Wax

Record store enthusiasts should pay close attention to the upcoming record sale coming to Mill No. 5 on Saturday August 13. Our resident record store, Vinyl Destination is partnering with other cool record vendors to bring new and classic music to Lowell. 

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Calling All Local Performers

Coffee & Cotton’s NEW Open Mic Night will begin Friday, July 15 and will be a staple event going forward on the first and third Friday of every month. The entire menu at Coffee & Cotton will be available which includes local beer on tap,

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Good Vibes Only

Over the next few months, there will be only good vibes at Curation 250, on the fifth floor of Mill No. 5 as a new exhibit, “Vibes” is finally brought to the City of Lowell, rescheduled from 2020. Four artists – all friends, and all

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Can You Find the Ghost in Mill No. 5?

For Mill No. 5, our goal of offering fresh, hot pizza as a quick food option for those working around the Canal/Jackson/Middlesex Streets area has finally become a reality. After the creation of a new culinary vision for the Mill, those working in the city’s new Courthouse and living

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Love Wins

Mill No. 5 is celebrating Pride all month long: Saturday, June 11 – the Luna Theater presents the Teseracte Players – Pride edition Saturday, June 18- the Luna Theater presents Queer Short Film Night, tickets are $10 available at lunalowell.com Saturday, June 25- Queer Maker

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Millboard Memories

The 2022 Millboard is finished and is on display on the 4th floor of Mill No. 5. The Brite Lite Adventure was created by Frank Casazza and is painted in his characteristic Eyeformation style. This latest mural brings the project full circle for Frank, having

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I scream, you scream

After a quiet soft opening and a not so quiet first weekend, Dows Soda Fountain celebrates its reopening on the 4th floor of Mill No. 5, having been closed since 2020 due to the Covid pandemic. The vintage-inspired new menu, designed by Creative Director Amelia Tucker

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Ben & Ted’s Excellent Adventure

New co-managers of the Luna Theater, Ben Bernardi and Ted Read have created a yin & yang working relationship between their passions and skills. While Ben is busy doing what he loves with scheduling and managing the front of the house so to speak, Ted

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IMPORTANT NOTE

✨Unfortunately our elevators are both down. (one scheduled maintenance, the other needs a surprise fix)

All of Mill No. 5 will be closed on Friday.

✨On Saturday and Sunday the shops and Coco will hold regular hours, but will have stair access only.

✨On Sunday The Farm Market will relocate to the breezeway and on Jackson St.

✨The Luna Theater will remain closed all weekend.

✨High Fives Marketplace and Weekend are canceled.

✨Please consider donating directly to MCNAA.org this Indigenous Peoples’ Weekend.