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Lowell Celebrates Kerouac!

Becoming a Member













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Help Us Keep The Kerouac Legacy Alive Into The 21st Century!



































Apply For Membership -
LCK! membership entitles you to:

When held, an invitation to a members reception to launch our annual festival.

A discount on merchandise (T-shirts, books, etc.) sold at LCK! events.

A free festival poster (to be picked up in Lowell)

Special notice of upcoming LCK! events.

An LCK! membership card.


Above all, membership in Lowell Celebrates Kerouac! gives you the assurance of knowing that you are helping to preserve the legacy of one of Americas most important writers.

Please make checks payable to Lowell Celebrates Kerouac! Thank you. If you have ties to a company or foundation that has a grant program, corporate giving program or matching gift program, we would be delighted to talk with you!

Please note: All applications for membership are subject to approval by a majority vote of the Board of Directors of the Corporation for the Celebration of Jack Kerouac in Lowell, Massachusetts, Inc., d.b.a, Lowell Celebrates Kerouac!

How Can You Join?

Please send name and complete address to:

Lowell Celebrates Kerouac!
PO Box 1111
Lowell, MA 01853-1111



Please, consider the following contribution levels with membership and offer your supports as you are able:


$20.00: Student or Senior Citizen

$25.00: Individual Membership

$35.00: Family (includes spouse, partner, children under 18)

$50.00: A "Dharma Bum"

$100.00: A "Lonesome Traveler"

$200.00: A "Desolation Angel"

$300.00+: An "On the Roader"


We would, alternatively, be pleased to receive from you a
Donation Without Membership -

$5, $10, $15 or, whatever amount you feel that you can comfortably afford.

Events Planning members and volunteers meet on the third Wednesday of each month. Currently, planning meetings are held in the downstairs meeting room of the Pollard Memorial Library on Merrimack Street beginning at 7:15 PM.