Rumblefish Rocks, and Ghosts, Phantoms and Spirits Haunt Lawrence Library
Rumblefish Rocks Lawrence Library
Saturday, Oct. 17, 7 PM at Lawrence Library, 15 Main St., Pepperell. 978-433-0330 www.lawrencelibrary.org.
Rumblefish is a minimalist trio with a big sound, breathing new life into familiar songs with deep sonic textures, dynamics, and epic jams. Former Baker Street Band vocalist/guitarist Gary Lopez formed the group with Neal Demazure (bassist of Baker Street) and Rick Carr (percussion/drums/vocals). Lopez has shared the stage with Greg Allman of the Allman Brothers, The English Beat, Johnny A, and President Bill Clinton.
Free and open to the public. Light refreshments sponsored by Friends of the Library and Starbucks of Nashua.
Ghosts, Phantoms, Spirits Haunt Lawrence Library
Jeff Belanger knows all about things that go bump in the night. For 17 years, he's searched the world for monsters, ghosts, and other paranormal legends that have seeped into our culture, folklore, religion, and even our history books.
On Thursday, Oct. 22 at 7 PM, he will offer a multimedia lecture on his findings at Lawrence Library. Belanger is a paranormal researcher, investigator, and author of more than a dozen books. He's also the Emmy-nominated host, writer, and producer of New England Legends on PBS and the series writer/researcher for the Ghost Adventures show on the Travel Channel. He is a noted speaker who has lectured at libraries, universities, corporations, MENSA's national conference, and has given a TEDx talk in NYC.
Talk will include images, audio clips, and video from some of the world's most infamous haunts plus a Q&A session for the audience. He will have autographed books available for purchase.
"I can't wait to haunt the Lawrence Library," Jeff Belanger said. "We'll dim the lights, talk about the ghost experience, and see evidence and theories regarding the paranormal." Register at www.lawrencelibrary.org (click on Event Calendar), or call 978-433-0330. The library is located at 15 Main St.in Pepperell. This program is funded in part by a grant from the Pepperell Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the MA Cultural Council, a state agency.