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Enjoy a Wine Tasting With Your WOO Card

Thursday, May 24, 2012

 

Memorial Day nearly is upon us, and that means a long weekend for most in Central Massachusetts. If you're looking for some fun and interesting ways to spend your extra day off, GoLocalWorcester has you covered with the top places to use your WOO Card over the next few days. Whether you want to get freshly cut wool, or try some fine wine, there is plenty to do when you WOO.

Thursday, May 24th
A Tempest in New England lecture at the Worcester Historical Museum
30 Elm Street , Worcester
Swipe your WOO Card for Double WOO points
Don’t miss this fascinating lecture with Dr. Erik J. Chaput, detailing the history of the often forgotten 1842 Dorr Rebellion in Rhode Island, one of the most significant political and constitutional events before the Civil War. Chaput will explain how the politics surrounding Thomas Wilson Dorr's attempt at extralegal reform in Rhode Island led to the active involvement of prominent New England abolitionists, including Abby Kelley, Stephen Foster and Frederick Douglass
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No work on Monday means you can enjoy a wine tasting on Sunday.

Friday, May 25th
Fear Nuttin Band at The Lucky Dog Music Hall
89 Green Street , Worcester
$5 cover with WOO Card
Kick your holiday weekend off Lucky Dog style! Unify the Music. Unify the People. Fear Nuttin band is an all original reggae/rock style band that is driven to write honest and real music, appearing along with New York’s The Band Droids.
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Saturday, May 26th – Monday, May 28th
Wool Days at Old Sturbridge Village
1 Old Sturbridge Village Road, Worcester
$5 off adult daytime admission with WOO Card
During Wool Days the sheep at Old Sturbridge Village get their annual “hair cuts” and historians demonstrate how wool is processed: from shearing, scouring, and carding to dyeing, spinning, and weaving (in other words, from sheep to shirt). Try your hand and test your history IQ at our textile exhibit.
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Saturday, May 26th
Wine Tasting at KJ Baarons
220 Summer Street , Worcester
10% off gourmet food with WOO Card
Weekly tasting to kick off the fine tastes of summer in style.
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