The Family Festival is a signature event during Lowell Kids Week!
Stop by the Boott Cotton Mills Counting House at Lowell National Historical Park (115 John St.) from 3PM-6PM on Tuesday, February 18 to meet your neighbors and get crafty!
Before the Festival: Arrive early to check out the STEM Open House at the Tsongas Industrial History Center (3rd Floor, 115 John St.) from 2-3PM. Drop in for a chance to have some fun trying out some hands-on activities in the Engineering and Waterpower workshops. Free and open to all.
During the Festival: Come meet your neighbors, make art, connect with local resources, and explore something new about your community! The festival will include activities and giveaways from community organizations, kid-friendly workshops, and art-making. Make sure to join Mill City Grows at 4:30 p.m. for a special demonstration all about how to make kid-friendly smoothies.
Participating organizations include City of Lowell Health Department, Coalition for a Better Acre, Latinx Community Center for Empowerment, Lowell Community Health Center, Lowell Humane Society, Lowell Public Schools Food and Nutrition Services, Lowell Police Department, Making Art with Artists, Mill City Grows, Project LEARN, Tsongas Industrial History Center, Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) & Community Teamwork, and more.
Have a question or need more information? Reach out to Andrew Donovan at email@example.com.