The Lowell Area Historical Museum’s www.lowellmuseum.org vision is to enrich, delight, and inspire the public through the preservation of the 175-year-old Greater Lowell Area History. Their goal is to build a bridge to the past for present and future generations with presentations of artifacts, programs, and exhibits in a historic building that makes history come alive.
The LowellArts! www.lowellartsmi.org offers the Greater Lowell community a vital resource for visual and performing arts programs and arts education experience for adults and children. This group provides a season of youth and adult theatre productions and is open to the public for participation as directors, producers, actors, and production support.
Other organizations of interest are the James C Veen Observatory www.graaa.org, YMCA www.grymca.org, Lowell Senior Center www.seniorneighbors.org, Fallasburg Historical Society www.fallasburg.org, and Flat River Outreach Ministries www.fromlowell.org.
If you belong to a club organization, or church, chances are you will find a chapter or your faith here. Lowell is blessed with an abundance of clubs and churches, but perhaps our biggest fraternity is the community.
The city provides many recreational opportunities, as well as those provided by the adjacent community of Grand Rapids: the Grand and Flat Rivers, abundant lakes; large areas of public land; city, township, and county parks. Lowell is the national headquarters of North Country Trails www.northcountrytrail.org, and the North Country Trail System passes right through downtown Lowell. Other sources of recreation include a bowling alley, a roller rink, golf courses, tennis courts, and a movie theater. The city is home to a branch of the Kent County District Library system www.kdl.org.
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The Chamber is made up of more than 300 businesses, clubs and organizations and we provide a wide range of services and events for our members and residential community.