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Weekends in Worcester

There's always something happening in Worcester! From world-renowned museums and concert halls to regionally-lauded theatres, galleries, singing groups and ethnic festivals, Worcester can satisfy any appetite for cultural nourishment.

As home to a world class performance arena, Worcester has welcomed the likes of Neil Diamond, Andrea Bocelli, Britney Spears, the Rugrats and many, many others to the DCU Center. Worcester also has two professional sports teams that call the City home - assuring fans of all ages a team for every season!

Take a hike - take a class! Grab a bite - grab a drink! Catch a show - catch a gallery opening! See for yourself why Worcester is known as the city where culture shines!

Miles & C. Jean McDonough Foundation Announces $15.25M in Commitments to Arts & Culture in Central Massachusetts

The McDonough family, on behalf of the Myles & C. Jean McDonough Foundation, is pleased to announce $15.25 million in commitments to seven leading cultural institutions in Worcester and central Massachusetts. In a sweeping philanthropic act that will have profound and lasting benefits to Worcester and surrounding communities, the commitment will be used to support initiatives at the American Antiquarian Society, EcoTarium, The Hanover Theatre for the Performing Arts, Music Worcester, Tower Hill Botanic Garden, Worcester Art Museum, and Worcester Historical Museum.  

View the full press release below.

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Take the pledge to shop local, not just for the holidays but every day! Shop local, shop WOO! Make the pledge at a myriad of area creative businesses and shops, and be rewarded when you do! Click here for details.

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