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71st annual 
Lowell Sun Charities Golden Gloves Championship
Central N.E. preliminary round this Friday night
LOWELL, Mass. (January 9, 2017) - The 71st annual Lowell Sun Charities Golden Gloves Championship kicks-off this Friday night (Jan. 13) featuring Central New England (Greater Lowell) preliminary-round action at historic Lowell Memorial Auditorium.  See the complete 2017 schedule below.
 
Last year, Peter Welch's Gym (South Boston) dominated the Central New England tournament, capturing seven individual titles, followed in team scoring by the Lowell West End Gym and Grealish Boxing (Dorchester).
 
One of the boxers to watch this year is North Chelmsford's Brandon Higgins, who represents the Lowell West End Gym.
 
Tickets are reasonably priced at $70.00 season ticket in the balcony.  To purchase call the Lowell Memorial Auditorium box office at 1.866.722.8881 or order online at www.LowellMemorialAuditorium.com. Individual event tickets are also available to purchase, starting at $13.00, only $7.00 for students.
 
Proceeds from the Lowell Sun Charities Golden Gloves Championship go towards sending the New England Golden Gloves champions to the National Golden Gloves Championship (2017 in Lafayette, Louisiana), in addition to supporting local athletes and area gyms, the Boys & Girls Club, soup kitchens, homeless shelters, cancer funds, scholarships and many other great charitable causes.
 
"This is the continuation of a great Lowell boxing tradition," Tournament Executive Director Bobby Russo said.  "We're all excited about this year's 71st edition of the Lowell Sun Charities Golden Gloves Championship.  I'm very proud to be part of this tradition.  So many outstanding boxers have fought in the Greater Lowell Golden Gloves over the many years such as hometown hero 'Irish' Micky Ward, two-time world heavyweight champion John 'The Quietman' Ruiz, Dicky Eklund, Beau Jaynes, Manny Freitas, Nate James, Danny O'Connor and so many others.
 
"In addition to sending a complete Team New England to The Golden Gloves Nationals, proceeds go towards so many worthy charities ranging from soup kitchens to cancer funds, the Boys and Girls Club, scholarships and many other needed community-based causes."
 
71st annual Lowell Sun Charities Golden Gloves Championship Schedule
 
(Lowell Memorial Auditorium - 6:30 p.m. doors open, 7:30 p.m. first bout)
 
Central New England (Greater Lowell)
 
Preliminary Rounds - Friday, Jan. 13 & Jan. 20
Quarterfinal Round - Thursday, Jan. 26
Open & Novice Class Semifinals, C.N.E. - Thursday, Feb. 2
Open & Novice Class Championship Finals - Thursday, Feb. 9
 
New England Tournament of Champions
 
Novice Class Semifinals - Thursday, Feb. 16
Novice Class Championship Finals - Thursday, Feb. 23
Open Class Semifinals - Wednesday, Mar. 1
Open Class Championship Finals - Thursday, Mar. 2
 
Information:
 
Tournament Executive Director: Bobby Russo
Director of Contestants: Art Ramalho
Chief of Officials:  Lauri Purcell
Ring Announcer:  John Vena
 
Venue:  Lowell Memorial Auditorium, 50 Merrimack St., Lowell, MA
 
Twitter:  @LowellGloves
ABOUT LOWELL SUN CHARITIES: Established in 1947, Lowell Sun Charities is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to enrich the quality of life for children, families, and the community, offering programs that promote respect and dignity.  Rooted in a tradition of care and compassion, Lowell Sun Charities was originally founded to respond to the ever-increasing challenges of the community.  2017 marks the 71st year the Golden Gloves have been held in the great city of Lowell, Massachusetts.
 
Lowell Sun Charities is a community program that not only makes champions in the ring but also makes champions in life.  Every year these young athletes devote themselves to a sport which teaches discipline, respect, and clean lifestyle for a chance to win a prestigious Golden Gloves Championship.
 
 
CONTACT:  Bob Trieger, Full Court PRESS, 978.590.0470, bobtfcp@hotmail.com, @FightPublicist
2016 New England National Golden Gloves Results
Monday, May 16, 2016
Flyweight (108 lbs) Felix Parrilla of New Haven, CT won a 3-2decision over Mauro Guerrero of Chicago, IL.
Featherweight (123 lbs) Jacob Marrero of Bridgeport, CT won a 4-1 decision over Luis Ortiz of Buffalo, NY.
Tuesday, May 17, 2016
Bantamweight (114 lbs) James Aquino won a 4-1 decision over Kenyon Sessioms of Elizabeth, NJ.
Welterweight (152 lbs) Anthony Laureano of East Hartford, CT won a 4-1 decision over Robert Terry of Jersey City, NJ.
Light Heavyweight (178 lbs) Elvis Figueroa of New Haven, CT won a 5-0 decision over Hakim Lopez of Ellenwood, GA.
Wednesday, May 18, 2016
Flyweight (108 lbs) Pablo Ramirez of West Waco, TX won a 5-0 decision over Felix Parrilla of New Haven, CT
Bantamweight (114 lbs) James Aquino of Meriden, CT won a 5-0 decision over Earleonta Evans of Lagrange, GA.
Featherweight (123 lbs) Jacob Marrero of Bridgeport, CT won a 5-0 decision over Aarkeyse Higdon of Lansing, MI.
Lightweight (132 lbs) Anuel Rosa-Lopez of New Haven, CT won a 5-0 decision over LaMontez Hughes of St. Louis, MO.
Light Welterweight (141 lbs) Addam Ali of Newark, NJ won a 4-1 decision over Mike Ohan of Holbrook, MA.
Welterweight (152 lbs) Antony Laureano of East Hartford, CT won by TKO over Juan Estrada of Storm Lake, Iowa.
Middleweight (165 lbs) Isiah Jones of Detroit, MI won a 5-0 decision over Victor Reynoso of Providence, RI.
Light Heavyweight (178 lbs) Antwon Jones of Toldeo, OH won a 4-1 decision over Elvis Figueroa of New Haven, CT.
Super Heavyweight (201+lbs) Cortez Dunston of Baltimore, MD won a 4-1 decision over Hampton Miller of Waterbury, CT.
Heavyweight (201- lbs) Ben Cottingham of Pawlyuska, OK won a 3-2 decision over Demek Edmonds of Worcester, MA.
Thursday, May 19, 2016
Featherweight (123 lbs) Dominique Crowder of Poughkeepsie, NY won a 4-1 decision over Jacob Marrero of Bridgeport, CT.
Lightweight (132 lbs) Michael Dutchover of Midland, TX won a 3-2 decision over Anuel Rosa-Lopez of New Haven, CT.
Bantamweight (114 lbs) Aaron Morales of Eufaula, OK won 5-0 decision over James Aquino of Meriden, CT
Welterweight (152 lbs) Antony Laureano of East Hartford, CT won by a 3-2 decision over Eben Vargas of Phoenix, AZ
SEMI FINALS:
Friday, May 20, 2016
Welterweight (152 lbs) Brian Ceballo of New York City won a 3-2 decision over Anthony Laureano of East Hartford, CT.
Team New England finished 6th out of 30 teams and Anthony Laureano was awarded the National Golden Gloves Officials Association Scholarship.


 
 
 
 
 
 

For Immediate Release
 
New England Golden Gloves Championship
 
OPEN CLASS FINALS RESULTS
 
 



Members of the open class winning-N.E. team from Western NE celebrate
 
(more pictures below - all courtesy of Jeffrey Freeman / KO Digest)
 
LOWELL, Mass. (February 26, 2016) - Western New England dominated the open class finals of the New England Tournament of Champions, part of the 70th annual Lowell Sun Charities Golden Gloves Championship, winning seven of 10 matches last night at historic Lowell Memorial Auditorium.
 
The eight men's individual open class winners earned spots on Team New England for the 2016 National Golden Gloves Championships, May 16-21, in Salt Lake City, Utah. Team New England includes two of the top ranked boxers in the country, light heavyweight Elvis Figueroa and light welterweight Jaime Ortiz Rodriguez (repeat NE champion), both members of N.E. open class team champion from Western NE.  Burlington, MA featherweight Amanda Pavone captured her sixth NE. title.
 
"In the last 10 years," explained New England Golden Gloves Executive Director Bobby Russo, "we hadn't been on a good run. Attendance dropped off a little each year.  Last year's horrible weather killed us.  This year, though, the excitement was back and attendance was up 30-percent.  There was a younger crowd and many novice boxers had good fan bases, which we need to build up every year. We had a lot of good fights and good boxers this year.  Boxing is back in Lowell!  We had a great season.
 
"Team New England will be very strong.  We have a young team but many of these boxers have a lot of invaluable experience from Junior Olympics competition, from heavyweight on down.  I think we have an impressive team that will do very well at The Nationals this year."
 
Team champions were Western N.E. in the open class, Central N.E. in the novice class.
 
Three New England novice champions were also crowned last night.  See complete results below as well as more pictures.
 
Proceeds from the Lowell Sun Charities Golden Gloves Championship go towards sending the New England Golden Gloves champions to the National Golden Gloves Championship, in addition to supporting local athletes and area gyms, the Boys & Girls Club, soup kitchens, homeless shelters, cancer funds, scholarships and many other great charitable causes.
 
 
 
NEW ENGLAND TOURNAMENT OF CHAMPIONS FINALS RESULTS
(winners listed first)
 
OPEN CLASS
 
BANTAMWEIGHTS (114 lbs.)
 
James Aquino, Meriden, CT (WNE)
WDEC3 (5-0)
Joe Ferrer, New Bedford, MA (SNE)
 
FEATHERWEIGHTS (123 lbs.)
 
Jacob Marrero, Bridgeport, CT (WNE)
WDEC3 (5-0)
Gabriel Morales, Portland, ME (NNE)
 
FEMALE FEATHERWEIGHTS (125.lbs.)
 
Amanda Pavone, Burlington, MA (CNE)
WDEC4 (5-0)
Eydir Lima, Worcester, MA (WNE)
 
LIGHTWEIGHTS (132 lbs.)
 
Anuel Rosa-Lopez, New Haven, CT (WNE)
WDEC3 (5-0)
Marcelino Debarros, North Providence, RI
 
LIGHT WELTERWEIGHTS (141 lbs.)
 
Jaime Ortiz Rodriguez, Worcester, MA (WNE)
WDEC3 (5-0)
Abraham Nova, Brookline, MA (CNE)
 
FEMALE LIGHT WELTERWEIGHTS (141 lbs.)
 
Lindsay Kyajohnia, Westrook, ME (NNE)
Walkover
Meisha Tuitt, Springfield, MA (WNE)
 
WELTERWEIGHTS (152 lbs.)
 
Anthony Laureano, East Hartford, CT (WNE)
WDEC (4-1)
Joseph Muese, Millis, MA (CNE)
 
MIDDLEWEIGHTS (165 lbs.)
 
Victor Reynoso, Providence, RI (SNE)
WDEC3 (5-0)
Jalen Renaud, Springfield, MA (WNE)
 
LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHTS (178 lbs.)
 
Elvis Figueroa, New Haven, CT (WNE)
WDEC3 (5-0)
Henry Ventura, North Dartmouth, MA (SNE)
 
HEAVYWEIGHTS (201 lbs.)
 
Derek Edmonds, Worcester, MA (WNE)
WDEC3 (4-1)
Jesus Flores, Methuen, MA (CNE)
 
NOVICE CLASS
 
FEMALE BANTAMWEIGHTS (112 lbs.)
 
Alissa Dias, Boston, MA (CNE)
WRSC1 (1:27)
Rachel Albino, Woodbury, CT (WNE)
 
FEMALE FEATHERWEIGHTS (125 lbs.)
 
Katherine Parker, Suitate, RI (SNE)
WRSC1 (0:21)
Sierra Hoey, Danielson, CT (WNE)
 
LIGHT WELTERWEIGHTS (141 lbs.)
 
Nathan Rosa, Lowell, MA (CNE)
WDEC3 (5-0)
Jose Masonet, Hartford, CT (WNE)
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NNE - Northern New England (Burlington, VT)
CNE - Central New England (Lowell, MA)
WNE - Western New England (Holyoke, MA)
SNE - Southern New England (Fall River, MA)
 
 
 
Thomas Costello Memorial Award
Most Outstanding Boxer - Open Class
 



 
Jaime Ortiz Rodriguez
 
Luis Ayala Memorial Award
Most Outstanding Boxer - Novice Class
 



(L-R) - Gabriel Morales & Bobby Russo
 
2016 Rocky Marciano Memorial Award
New England Heavyweight Champion
 
 
Demek Edmonds
 
Information:
 
Tournament Executive Director: Bobby Russo
Director of Contestants: Art Ramalho
Chief of Officials:  Laurie Purcell
Ring Announcer:  John Vena
 
Venue:  Lowell Memorial Auditorium, 50 Merrimack St., Lowell, MA
 
Website:  www.lowellgoldengloves.com
Twitter:  @LowellGloves
 
 
CONTACT:  Bob Trieger, Full Court PRESS, 978.590.0470, bobtfcp@hotmail.com, @FightPublicist
 
 
 
 
ABOUT LOWELL SUN CHARITIES:  Established in 1947, Lowell Sun Charities is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to enrich the quality of life for children, families, and the community, offering programs that promote respect and dignity.  Rooted in a tradition of care and compassion, Lowell Sun Charities was originally founded to respond to the ever-increasing challenges of the community.  2016 marks the 70th year the Golden Gloves have been held in the great city of Lowell, Massachusetts.
 
Lowell Sun Charities is a community program that not only makes champions in the ring but also makes champions in life.  Every year these young athletes devote themselves to a sport which teaches discipline, respect, and clean lifestyle for a chance to win a prestigious Golden Gloves Championship.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
January 13, 2012

Welcome to the Golden Gloves - A Lowell Tradition since 1947

Presenting Sponsor 2012 & 2013 - The Lowell Five Cent Savings Bank
Presenting Sponsor 2012 & 2013 - The Lowell Five Cent Savings Bank
Golden Gloves, A Lowell Tradition Since 1947
 
The Greater Lowell/ Central New England Golden Gloves Championships begin Friday, January 13 at the Lowell Memorial Auditorium and continue on January 17, 27, 31, with the novice and open class championships on February 7.  The New England Golden Gloves Novice Championships will be held on February 10 and 16.  The New England Golden Gloves Open Class Tournament of Champions will be held February 21 and 22.  The winners in the open class will advance to the National Golden Gloves Championships in Mesquite, NV in May.
 
The Golden Gloves tournament presented by the Lowell Sun Charities has been a Lowell tradition since 1947.  A number of great New England boxers have fought in this tournament, including world champions Rocky Marciano, Mike Tyson, John Ruiz, Vinny Pazienza, Marlon Starling, Tony DeMarco, Marvin Hagler, Chad Dawson, and Micky Ward.   (For ticket information contact the Lowell Memorial Auditorium at (978) 454-2299)
                 
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''New England sports fans are categorized several different ways. We are, of course, a Red Sox Nation and a hockey town, but we also happen to bleed green. Plus, as Robert Kraft put it, "We are all Patriots."
 
But people are forgetting that this area also has a great tradition of boxing.
 
New England has paved the way for some of boxing's greatest and most memorable athletes. Rocky Marciano is a legendary heavyweight, and the only champion to retire undefeated. Marvin Hagler is not only one of the best middleweights of all time, but his third round TKO over Tommy Hearns is a fight that will be talked about forever. We also have to give major props to Lowell's Micky Ward for giving us a splendid career as well as three devastatingly amazing fights against Arturo Gatti. 
 
More recently, the Northeast has spit out quite a few promising pro prospects, including Matt Godfrey, Edwin Rodriguez, Peter Manfredo Jr., Jason Estrada, Danny O'Conner and Demetrius Andrade.
 
What do all these fighters have in common? They have all gone through the New England Golden Gloves tournament. The Gloves has been a tradition in New England since 1964 and sells out the Lowell Memorial Auditorium year in and year out. 
 
"There is a different mentality for boxing in Boston," said John Ogden of Mill City Studios. “I've been to the Golden Gloves in other places and they don't even fill the place." 
 
In Lowell, the Golden Gloves doesn't just represent amateur boxing at its best, according to Ogden.
 
"For a lot of guys it's the only way out, unfortunately," explained Ogden, a Lowell native and graduate of UMass-Lowell. "Growing up in Lowell, we don't have a lot of money, and we've got a lot of fight in us."
 
The Lowell Memorial Auditorium is not a place originally built for boxing, but there is something very special about the Gloves when it is held there. The belly of the auditorium turns into makeshift locker rooms, and the auditorium itself boils over with excitement, tension and hope. 
 
The craziest part of this yearly event is that it's not about prizes; it's about pride. Many of the combatants, who range in age from 17-34, are not even on a path to the pros or even the Olympics -- they are simply there to say they fought Golden Gloves.
 
"When you win the Golden Gloves, you don't get a trophy, you don't get anything -- you get a sweatshirt, that's all you get," Ogden said. "It's not like you're getting paid, but people do respect you."
 
Ogden speaks with a passionate fervor for the Lowell tradition and reiterates that the Golden Gloves is doing wonderful things for the city and the boxing community.
 
"It's only positive, which is the good thing about it -- there's no negative things about it," Ogden said. "It's only there to give kids a way out of a lifestyle. It's only there to promote a sport. It's only to promote good health, good training, exercise and confidence." 
 
If you've been to a Golden Gloves show in Lowell, you know that it is unlike other boxing shows -- or any other sporting event in general. You know that there is electricity in the air, a certain charge that you get where you watch these fighters give every ounce of themselves for something that you can't see, touch, or even put on your mantle.''    (Bryan Brennan 'Fighters: Road to the Golden Gloves' Captures Boston's Boxing Passion)
 
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Since the first Golden Gloves tournament in 1923, the Golden Gloves of America, Inc. and its member franchises have provided an opportunity and environment for young athletes to develop lifetime skills. Hundreds of dedicated administrators, coaches, trainers and counselors have unselfishly spent countless times and effort to assist young people in the development of personal character and athletic skills. The Golden Gloves program has led the way in promoting amateur boxing in the United States and has produced the majority of competitors for America’s boxing teams in the Pan-Am and Olympic Games.
 
Mission Statement

It is the mission of the Golden Gloves of America, Inc. to provide an activity and safe environment that promotes and enhances the physical and emotional well-being and social development of young athletes; develops individual athletic skills, work ethic, discipline, sportsmanship, self-respect and pride; and provides entertainment to citizens of the community. In seeking to fulfill its mission, the Golden Gloves of America, Inc. has thirty franchises which sponsor hundreds of programs competing in local and regional tournaments throughout the United States and in a National Tournament of Champions each year.
 
 
Since the first Golden Gloves tournament in 1923, the Golden Gloves of America, Inc. and its member franchises have provided an opportunity and environment for young athletes to develop lifetime skills. Hundreds of dedicated administrators, coaches, trainers and counselors have unselfishly spent countless times and effort to assist young people in the development of personal character and athletic skills. The Golden Gloves program has led the way in promoting amateur boxing in the United States and has produced the majority of competitors for America’s boxing teams in the Pan-Am and Olympic Games.
 
When, Where & How Did It All Begin?

''Chicago Tribune Sports Editor Arch Ward conceived the idea of a city-wide amateur boxing tournament in 1923, to be sponsored by the newspaper. Each champion was awarded a miniature golden glove which gave the tournament its name.
 
The Golden Gloves Tournament of Champions has been contested without interruption since March 24, 1928. That was the date that the Chicago amateur champions met those of the city of New York in the old Coliseum. The results of that dual meet was an 8 to 8 draw and it was the beginning of a national tradition.
 
Although this was the first tournament of the Golden Gloves as we know it today, the groundwork was done five years earlier, in 1923, when the Chicago Tribune staged an amateur boxing tournament to test the State of Illinois anti-boxing law.
 
The announcement followed a Tribune editorial a week earlier which took to task a number of reformers who had closed an amateur program which the Illinois Naval Force had attempted to hold. The Tribune indicated they would stage a boxing show, not as an attack upon the legislation which had banned boxing for nearly 20 years, but rather as a test of it.
 
That first tournament was a tremendous success. It was scheduled for a three night run but the 424 boxers who entered was such a large field that an extra three nights were needed to run it off. Six-thousand dollars, the net proceeds for the event was presented to a fund to help disabled war veterans. There had been an attempt to halt the meet by such organizations as the National Reform Association and the Law and Order League which attacked it bitterly. An injunction was obtained to prevent the stopping of the event, thus boxing in Illinois was on its way back.   Despite its success, the Tribune decided not to renew the tournament until boxing was legalized, a situation eventually brought about by Illinois voters in 1926. Meanwhile, in the spring of 1927, the New York Daily News conducted a program called the Golden Gloves Tournament. The Chicago Tribune then announced that it would hold a Golden Gloves Tournament in March of 1928.
 
This promotion was a tremendous success! It ran for five nights before packed houses. Once again the profits went for the disabled war veterans.
 
Following the tournament, the Tribune’s sports editor called the sports editor of the New York Daily News, the great Paul Gallico and suggested an inter-city meet. This as agreeable to New York thus setting the format by which the Golden Gloves were conducted for many years. Certain State and Regional winners would meet in the Chicago tournament and boxers representing other sections of the country fought in the New York Golden Gloves. Annually the winners representing the two cities would meet in a "National Tournament of Champions."
 
Under the leadership of the late Arch Ward, the Golden Gloves advanced to an international status, with winners meeting teams from all over Europe. It also, to this day, plays a major role in the selection of representatives for the U.S. team in the Olympic Games. The Golden Gloves has been the springboard by which many professional greats launched their careers, a number of whom became world champions. Perhaps the most prominent of these are Joe Louis and Muhammad Ali, the most celebrated heavyweight champions of modern times. In more recent years, nearly every notable boxer or champion has cut his teeth on Golden Gloves.''   (Courtesy: Golden Gloves of America, Inc.®, 1503 Linda Lane, Hutchinson, Kansas, 67502)
 
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Directions To Lowell Memorial Auditorium:

Driving From Route 93; Boston: s Take Storrow Drive to 93 North. Stay on Route 93 North for approximately 30 minutes. s Take Exit 43 (Andover/Tewksbury). s Take a left off ramp onto Route 133 West. s Follow Route 133 West approximately 6 miles. s Route 133 will end and Route 110 West will begin. s Continue through that light up to second set of lights and take a right onto George Street. You will see the Doubletree and the Lower Locks Parking Garage after you make that turn. s Follow the signs that lead you out of the garage towards the Auditorium. s Walk over a footbridge (Middlesex Community College will be on your left). s Walk across E. Merrimack Street to the Auditorium.
 
Driving From Route 95/128; Boston: s Take Exit 32 to Route 3 North (near the Burlington Mall). s Take Exit 30 North (this is the Lowell Connector Exit). Follow the Lowell Connector to the end. s At lights take a left and proceed up to the third set of lights. Bear right at the light onto Route 110 East and take your first left onto George Street. You will see the Doubletree and the Lower Locks Parking Garage after you make that turn. s Follow the signs that lead you out of the garage towards the Auditorium. s Walk over a footbridge (Middlesex Community College will be on your left). s Walk across E. Merrimack Street to the Auditorium.
 
Driving From Route 3: s Follow directions for Route 95/128; Boston .
 
Driving From North Shore Area (Peabody, Gloucester): s Take Route 128 South to Route 3 North. s Follow directions from Route 95/128; Boston .
 
Driving From Route 495: s Take Exit 38 (Lowell/Tewksbury). s Bear right off ramp onto Route 38 North. s At the sixth set of lights take a left on to Andover Street, go through one set of ligts and take your first right on to Warren Street. s The Doubletree and Lower Locks Parking Garage will be on your right. s Follow the signs that lead you out of the garage towards the Auditorium. s Walk over footbridge (Middlesex Community College will be on your left). s Walk across E. Merrimack Street to the Auditorium.
 
Driving From Route 38 Dracut: s Take Route 38 South, follow Route 38 South into Lowell. s Take a right on to Andover street. s Follow directions from Route 495 .
 
Driving From Tewksbury/Wilmington: s Take Route 38 North into Lowell. s Follow directions from Route 495 .
 
Driving From New Hampshire: s Take Route 3 South to Route 495 North to the Lowell Connector. s Follow directions from North Shore Area (Peabody, Gloucester) .
OR:
take Interstate 93 South to Exit 43/Route 133 and turn right off of ramp. s Proceed on Route 133 approximately 6 miles, cross Route 38, take right on George Street. s You will see the Doubletree and the Lower Locks Parking Garage after you make that turn. s Follow the signs that lead you out of the garage towards the Auditorium. s Walk over a footbridge (Middlesex Community College will be on your left). s Walk across E. Merrimack Street to the Auditorium.
 
Driving From New York and New Jersey area: s Take 95 North all the way to Massachusetts. s Take Route 3 North to Exit 30 (which is the Lowell Connector). s Follow directions from Route 95/128; Boston .
 
DEPARTING from the Lower Locks Parking Garage:
 
To Route 93: s Take a left at stop sign onto Warren Street and follow to the end. s Take a left onto Route 110 East and follow signs straight to Route 133 East. s Follow Route 133 for approximately 6 miles and you will see Route 93 on your right.
 
To the Lowell Connector, Routes 495 and Route 3: s At top of driveway, drive straight across intersection. s Take a right at light. Follow that street up to the next light and take a left onto Gorham Street. s Continue through three sets of lights. s At fourth set of lights take a right onto the Lowell Connector. s This road also takes you to Route 495 (N&S) and Route 3.
 
To Route 128: s Go to the Lowell Connector. s Follow Route 3 South to the end. This will take you right onto Route 128.
 
Parking: Garage across the street from theater, at the Doubletree Hotel. Parking also on Davidson St.
 
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