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Catch the Carnaval Masquerade Ball With Your WOO Card

Thursday, January 30, 2014

 

The weekend is fast approaching, and GoLocalWorcester brings you the best places to use your WOO Card around town for discounts and WOO Points.

Help your friends and family get in on the act as well. WOO Cards make great gifts! Share discounts and special offers at more than sixty area cultural destinations, restaurants, hotels, retailers, transportation providers and more! Best of all–WOO Cards NEVER expire!

Use the coupon code 'GLW' to save $5 off the online purchase of a WOO Card today. Click here to purchase your own.

Saturday, February 1st  

Carnaval Opening Celebration Masquerade Ball at Worcester Center for Crafts
25 Sagamore Road, Worcester
Swipe your WOO Card for WOO points
Masquerade ball featuring music, food, mask making and more to celebrate opening of Carnaval Exhibit, an exhibit of videos, photographs, hands-on interactives, crafts, masks, costumes and more highlighting Carnaval around the world. On view through March 16th.

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Fridays-Sunday, January 31st-February 16th

Rabbit Hole on stage at Worcester County Light Opera Company
21 Grandview Avenue, Worcester
$2 off tickets with a WOO Card
2007 Pulitzer Prize for Drama winner about a couple who has it all until a life-shattering accident turns their world upside-down and leaves the couple drifting perilously apart, their bittersweet search for comfort in the darkest of places and for a path that will lead them back into the light of day.

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Saturday, February 1st

Sleigh Rally at Old Sturbridge Village
1 Old Sturbridge Village Road, Sturbridge
$5 off adult daytime admission with WOO Card
Come celebrate getting around the old-fashioned way at Old Sturbridge Village's antique sleigh rally. Vintage sleighs will be pulled by a variety of horse breeds and the competition will feature a dozen different divisions including Sleigh Dog and Currier & Ives. Visitors can also enjoy ice skating (BYO skates), sleigh rides around the commons, and sledding.

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Saturday, February 1st

Romanov Dynasty Conert at Museum of Russian Icons
203 Union Street, Clinton
$2 off adult admission with WOO Card
On the occasion of the 400th anniversary of the Russian Empire Family, Georges Devdariani and Maria Lyudko present a concert that includes ancient Russian Church chants; Peter the Great’s and Catherine the Great’s chants; romances by Glinka, Rimsky-Korsakoff, Tchaikovsky, and Rachmaninoff, and music by Italian and French composers.

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Saturday, February 1st

Book signing & author talk at MA Audubon Broad Meadow Brook
414 Massasoit Avenue, Worcester
Swipe your WOO Card for WOO points
Local author Dianne Benson Davis will sign and talk about her new book, "Eagle One: Raising Bald Eagles, A Wildlife Memoir,"  her fascinating story of living alone at the Quabbin Reservoir caring for eight baby eagles as part of the project that helped restore the bald eagle to the skies of Massachusetts.

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Weekends in Worcester…www.WorcesterMass.org/Culture

 

Related Slideshow: February Getaways in New England

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Northeast Kingdom

What better way to celebrate the beauty of winter than to head up north for the week? Simple answer: there is none! Head up to the gorgeous mountains of Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom to enjoy all that the region has to offer. Try out Smuggler’s Notch Resort in Jeffersonville—one of the most well regarded family ski resorts in the entire country. Kids will enjoy full day programs and ski/board lessons, crafted specifically for them. Special needs programs are also available.

When you’re not hitting the slopes, enjoy a factory tour of Ben & Jerry’s flagship store, and even check out the flavor graveyard! And if beer and barbecue is more your style, be sure to check out Prohibition Pig in Waterbury!

Smuggler’s Notch: 4323 Vermont 108 South, Jeffersonville, Vermont. (802) 644-8851.

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Mystic Aquarium

Make the trip to Connecticut for an adult treat at the Mystic Aquarium! On Saturday, February 15, the Saturday before February vacation, the aquarium will be hosting a South African wine dinner. Attendees will enjoy South African wines, hors d’oeuvres, and a 4-course dinner amongst African penguins and other beautiful marine life exhibits.

Later in the week, take the kids back to the Aquarium for a great day trip. Explore the exhibits and learn all about life under and near the sea!

55 Coogan Blvd., Mystic, CT. (860) 572-5955.

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The White Mountains

The mountains of New England are a magical place to be any time of year—but they have a little something extra to offer when they are blanketed with snow. Head up to New Hampshire’s White Mountains region to see the beauty of winter in the mountains for yourself!

If you are traveling to the area with kids, look no farther than Lincoln’s Loon Mountain. Learners always get special savings with Loon’s Learner’s Passport. Even better, on select nights during February vacation week Loon will be hosting Fluorescent Nights, a special opportunity to ski or board after the sun goes down.

60 Loon Mountain Road, Lincoln, NH. (603) 745-8111.

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Cape Cod

While people flock to the beaches of the Cape during the summer months, there is something special about being there off-season. Couples and families alike will enjoy quiet walks on the beach and memories that are made without the noise of thousands of tourists in the background.

What’s more is that it is much cheaper to stay on Cape Cod during the winter. If you want a resort, check out Cape Codder Resort & Spa in Hyannis. There’s an indoor wave pool, a spa, and more at the resort, and its proximity to beaches and shopping makes it super convenient.

1225 Iyannough Road, Hyannis, MA. (855) 861-4370.

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Coastal Maine

The Coastal Maine region is another gem of New England summers, but the truth is that it is also gorgeous during the winter months. Take advantage of off-season rates in towns like Wells and Ogunquit and explore all that the area has to offer.

Take in world-famous scenery as you climb the Marginal Way in Ogunquit, enjoy a fresh hot lobster in Perkin’s Cove, and walk along Well’s Beach for a quiet retreat from the rest of the world.

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Roger Williams Park Zoo

Believe it or not, Providence’s Roger Williams Park Zoo is open 12 months a year! Plan a trip to the Zoo with the little ones to help get rid of some of that pent up energy—and learn something while doing it!

Roger Williams Park Zoo is one of the oldest zoos in the country and is home to a bounty of animals—many of which enjoy the cold. Animals you may see outdoors during the winter include Bald Eagles, Moon Bears, bison, camels, and many others. There is no better time to enjoy the Zoo than February vacation—admission is half priced throughout the month!

1000 Elmwood Avenue, Providence, RI. (401) 941-4998.

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Essex Steam Train

The first weekend of February vacation head to Essex, Connecticut for the adventure of a lifetime. February 15 & 16, Essex Steam Train & Riverboat will be having its annual Eagle Flyer event.

Attendees will take a 2 1/2 hour-long eco-excursion aboard the Eagle Flyer out of Essex Station in Essex...pulled by a vintage diesel train. During the ride, naturalists will share information regarding the Bald Eagle’s migration through the region. Make sure to pack your binoculars so you can spot the majestic creatures in the wild!

1 Railroad Avenue, Essex, CT. (860) 767-0103.

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Jiminy Peak

Head to the Berkshires for a snowy getaway during the week of February vacation. Check out Jiminy Peak in the quaint Western Massachusetts town of Hancock—it’s perfect for families!

Enjoy a day on the slopes, but be sure to leave time to explore all that the Berkshires have to offer as well! Local favorites include the Norman Rockwell Museum, Berkshire Museum, Hancock Shaker Village, and more!

37 Corey Road, Hancock, MA. (413) 738-5500.

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Burlington, VT

For a getaway that will offer the best of shopping, winter sports, culture and food, be sure to check out the Northern Vermont city of Burlington. Nestled against Lake Champlain, Burlington is home to world class colleges, delicious eateries, and a pristine natural setting.

While you’re in the area, there is one place that you should absolutely experience: Church Street. Church Street is a cobblestone street not open to traffic in the heart of the city. It is home to gorgeous little boutiques, warm and inviting restaurants, and a great cultural atmosphere. Other highlights of the area include the waterfront, Dobra Tea, and Higher Ground.

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Block Island

Enjoy a retreat from the rest of the world on Rhode Island’s Block Island! Enjoy the sights and sounds of the island—from calm walks on the beach to sightseeing in the interior region. Bring bicycles to get through town, and be ready to enjoy the beautiful natural setting that will surround you.

Block Island is not home to an amusement park, nor is there a fast food joint in sight. Block Island is a place to go to make your own memories—and have fun doing it!

 
 

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