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Exploring Inspirations

From: http://www.lowellartscouncil.org

Featuring Mid-Michigan artists Mark Mehaffey, Karen Kierstead Miller and Sally Martin Stewart

September 14 – October 23 at the Lowell Area Arts Council Gallery, 149 S. Hudson St

Public Reception to meet the artists: Sunday, September 19 from 2:00 - 4:00 p.m.

Three top artists from the mid Michigan area have been producing and marketing dynamic, thought provoking and INSPIRING art throughout their careers. Lowell Area Arts Council is proud to host a show that explores and celebrates the “Inspirations” that move Mark Mehaffey, Karen Kierstead Miller and Sally Martin Stewart to create art. Visitors and collectors will be treated to a visually deep and rich show full of color, texture, and personal revelation sure to inspire them to fully engage with ART as appreciators and creators.

Kaleidoscope of Flavors

From: http://www.discoverlowell.org/

The purpose of this new event “Kaleidoscope of Flavors” is to help the community learn about our non-profit organizations.  There are 23 non-profits participating at 14 different locations.  Our goal is to have fun activities, food, displays and information at organization locations.  Community members will visit the sites and see first hand what each participating organization is all about.  This event is geared toward persons of all ages!  Community Members will use a punch card as they visit each location to have a chance to win a Grand Prize Basket filled with goodies and gift certificates.  Please CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO or contact the Lowell Area Chamber of Commerce at 897-9161.

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Another movie filmed in Lowell

(Lowell) Mich. (WZZM)Lowell High School is the setting for a new thriller movie being shot in West Michigan.  It's called Playback and filming will run through the end of September.  

Playback follows a group of high school students who dig into their towns infamous past and unwittingly unlock Evil that corrupts and destroys them.

The evil possesses victims through video playback and targets one teenager in particular.  It threatens to expose the towns deepest darkest secrets.

Part of the film will also be shot at the WZZM 13 studios. Genesis Code was also shot in Lowell and is now playing at local theaters.