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NEW: Worcester Chamber to Host Business After Hours at EcoTarium

Tuesday, October 08, 2013

 

The Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce in partnership with the Worcester EcoTarium will host Business After Hours on Thursday, October 17, 2013 from 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. We Work will sponsor the event, which will be held at the Worcester Ecotarium, 222 Harrington Way in Worcester for Health.

The event aims to provide an excellent networking opportunity as well as an occasion to explore some of the exhibits currently on display. Attendees will be provided with both food and drinks catered by Struck Catering, one of the area’s premier catering services.

The EcoTarium

The EcoTarium provides exhibits that include both nature and science displays, a planetarium, variety of animals, and many areas for outdoor exploration, making it one of the most desirable venues for people of all types in the area.

The EcoTarium is on the forefront of bringing science and nature education to schoolchildren in grades K-12. Each year, the museum serves thousands of schoolchildren from across the region and strives to provide unique and exciting avenues to explore science and nature inside the classroom and out.

The event will cost $10 for Chamber Members and $30 for Non-Chamber Members. Please RSVP to Mary Hubbard at 508.753.2924, ext. 229 or [email protected]
 

 

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