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DON’T MISS: Worcester Art Museum’s ‘Holidays at WAM 2013’

Saturday, November 23, 2013

 

For the holidays, the Worcester Art Museum evokes the spirit of the season with live concerts in the Renaissance Court, seasonal children's programming, decorations inside and outside the Museum, and expanded Shop and Café hours.

Festivities include a live performance from Alloy Orchestra, a three man musical ensemble working with an outrageous assemblage of peculiar objects, The Nutcracker presented by the Youth Ballet Company from Ballet Arts Worcester, and choral music concerts sung by the Salisbury Singers and the Ghanaian Choir of Wesley United Methodist Church.

Giving our visitors the gift of time, the Museum’s Members’ Council is providing complimentary gift wrapping after each concert for purchases made in The Museum Shop. Guests are also encouraged to take part in the season’s tours and lectures, scheduled from the end of November through December. For more information, visit the Holidays at WAM 2013 event page.

All holiday programming and activities are free with museum admission.

Admission

Members: FREE

Non-members : FREE for kids 17 and under / $14 Adults/ $12 Seniors 65+/ $12 College Students with ID/ $2 Cash for EBT cardholders

FREE - First Saturday Mornings (the first Saturday of each month/Dec 7th) 10am-noon

Museum Gallery Hours: Wed. – Sun. 11am -5 pm; Sat. 10am – 5pm; Third Thursdays 11 AM – 8 PM. Closed Christmas Day.

 

Related Slideshow: 6 Delicious New England Bakeries

The Daily Meal has compiled a list of America's 50 Best Bakeries; which New England hotspots made the list?

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Seven Stars Bakery, Providence

Seven Stars Bakery is a staple for any Providence foodie. With breads and pastries made from scratch with local ingredients, the top-notch Seven Stars Bakery strives for quality. Can't decide what you're in the mood for? Try the lemon pound cake, olive bread filled with Kalamata and Moroccan oil cured olives, or ginger biscuit scones.

820 Hope Street, Providence
342 Broadway, Providence
Rumford Center, 20 Newman Avenue, East Providence

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A & J King, Salem, MA

A & J King Artisan Bakers serves traditional, artisanal bread and pastries. Along with the bakery's regular menu selections, A & J King features rotating weekly specials like semolina apricot fennel and asiago chile. Have their tried-and-true sticky bun or the caramel bourbon pecan bread pudding for another gooey treat.

48 Central Street, Salem, MA

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Mike’s Pastry, Boston, MA

For the best cannoli in Boston, it's all about Mike’s Pastry. But while you're in there make sure to check out the rest of what it has to offer; you won't regret it. From boozy rum cakes to red velvet whoopie pies to ricotta pie to lobster tail, a flaky pastry filled with either white cream or yellow custard, there’s something to suit every sweet craving. And of course, don't forget the classic Boston cream pies!

300 Hanover Street, Boston

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Clear Flour Bread, Brookline, MA

Clear Flour Bread has been a Brookline fixture for more than 30 years and has the awards to show for it! Clear Flour Bread prides itself on its Italian and French pastries being made from scratch, shaped by hand, and baked in a stone hearth. The morning buns will pick you right up on those sluggish Mondays, and their croissants, cranberry currant scones, and molasses cookies are to die for.

178 Thorndike Street, Brookline, MA

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Standard Baking Co., Portland, ME

The Standard Baking Company in downtown Portland has every bread you could possibly want. Rosemary focaccia, pain de mie, brioche, boules, epi bread? Check. Morning buns? Check. Croissants? Take your pick: almond, chocolate, plain, or ham and cheese? Whatever you're in the mood for, owners Allison Bray and Matt James have got you covered.

75 Commercial Street, Portland, ME

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Flour Bakery + Café, Boston, MA

A trip to Flour Bakery and Café is the kind of thing that will easily make your day. Be sure to try the amazing sticky buns, the banana bread, granola bars, or brioche with raisins. And for those with a sweet tooth, check out the lemon curd cakes with raspberry preserve, Milky Way tarts, and chocolate cupcakes with Crispy Magic Frosting. Is your mouth watering yet?

12 Farnsworth Street, Boston
1595 Washington Street, Boston
190 Mass. Ave., Cambridge
131 Clarendon Street, Boston

 
 

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