Walk Atop the Trees at EcoTarium with Your WOO Card
Thursday, May 22, 2014
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Friday, May 23 rd
Friday Morning Birds at Mass Audubon: Broad Meadow Brook Conservation Center
414 Massasoit Avenue, Worcester
Swipe your WOO Card for Points
Enjoy a leisurely birding experience and help document the sanctuary birds over the season.
Friday, May 23 rd
Open Mic at Nu Café
335 Chandler Street, Worcester
Receive $1 dollar off a purchase of $7 dollars or more with your WOO Card
Open to musicians, poets, comedians or anyone with a talent! Hosted by Patrick McCarthy.
Saturday-Monday, May 24 th -26 th
Wool Days at Old Sturbridge Village
1 Old Sturbridge Village, Sturbridge
The sheep get their yearly shearing during Memorial Day Weekend May 24-May 26 at Old Sturbridge Village. Visitors can watch sheepherding demonstrations with border collies, and OSV's costumed historians will demonstrate the entire wool textile process, from scouring and carding to spinning and knitting. Try carding the wool by hand, and then see how much faster the old-fashioned Village carding mill can get the job done.
Saturday, May 24 th
Tsar’s Cabinet at the Museum of Russian Icons
203 Union Street, Clinton
WOO card holders receive $1 dollar OFF admission
This is your last chance to see the Tsar’s Cabinet Exhibit, highlighting two hundred years of Russian decorative arts under the Romanovs, from the time of Peter the Great in the early 18th century to that of Nicholas II in the early 20th century. Many of the more than 230 objects in the exhibition were designed for public or private use of the tsars or other Romanovs. Others illustrate the styles that were prominent during their reigns
Saturday, May 24 th
Tree Canopy Walkway at the EcoTarium
222 Harrington Way, Worcester
Imagine being 40 feet high in the trees, harnessed and clipped to a series of swinging bridges spanning 150 feet. What could you see and hear? How would it feel to be walking through the trees or speeding toward the forest floor? Want to find out? Take the family on a sky-high adventure. The Tree Canopy Walkway at the EcoTarium is the only place in New England where kids and adults can experience what it's like to walk at the tops of the trees-- or be a treetop scientist. Opens for weekends only through June.
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Related Slideshow: Summer Music Series in Central MA
64th Annual Charter Communications Summer Family Concert Series
With roots dating to 1947, the Massachusetts Symphony Orchestra for over six and a half decades has presented high-quality symphonic performances for more than two million concert-goers. Take in the 64th annual charter Communications Summer Family concert Series. Enjoy fireworks with your Tchaikovsky and celebrate Independence Day on Thursday, July 3 at 8 PM in East Park. “Classics to Broadway” will be held on Sunday, July 13 at Institute Park and a Salute to Disney on July 20. Both will be at 7PM at Institute Park. All Concerts Free
Fruitlands Museum Summer Concert Series
Every Thursday, June 21 – July 26, 7PM
102 Prospect Hill Rd, Harvard, MA 01451
Description: Join us at Fruitlands for our 27th season with the Concord Band. Grounds open at 6PM for picnics. Concerts are Thursdays at 7:15pm from June 13 until August 8. The Harvard Lions Club will be selling food and drinks. Bring a blanket or chairs to sit on as the concerts are held outdoors. Handicapped seating is available under the tent on the patio. Your concert admission includes access to all the buildings. $10/car for museum members, $15/car for nonmembers. Dogs welcome. Check the front page of the Fruitlands’ site for cancellations due to weather.
Out to Lunch Concert Series & Farmers Market
Out To Lunch, the popular summer concert series, returns to the Worcester Common Oval at 455 Main Street. Concerts are held from 11:00 AM-2:00 PM Thursdays from June 19, 2014 - August 21, 2014. Enjoy live music, a farmer’s market, artisan marketplace and food vendors. FREE and open to the public In the event of questionable weather conditions, please call 508 929-0777 for updated Oval conditions.
Sterling Summer Concert Series
A free summer concert series is offered by the town of Sterling on Monday and Wednesday nights beginning July 2 from 6 - 8 PM at Memorial Park. The season kicks off with the Air National Guard Band of the Northeast. The series features artists from a variety of genres including blues, jazz, Beatles tribute band, 60’s music and so much more.
Tool Town Live
Tool Town Live is a free concert series which started in Athol in 2004 and has become one of the most popular and well-attended outdoor summer concert series in the region. Tool Town Live is a series of August and September concerts held from 7-9pm in various outdoor venues in good weather and at Athol Town Hall in case of rain. Stay tuned to 97.3FM WJDF or listen online at http://www.wjdf.com for concert info!