30 Restaurant and Bars to Participate in Fall Edition of Taste of Shrewsbury St.
On Sunday, October 13 from 2 PM to 6 PM, nearly 30 eateries will participate in the 2nd Annual Taste of Shrewsbury St. – Fall Edition. Enjoy delicious and diverse food, live music and local vendors all along the street.
Buttons are available for purchase for $25 which give participants access to the event and to the food samples that will be available at each participating venue. They can be purchased online here or at participating restaurants.
Children under the age of 10 are free of charge.
Here’s the most recent list of participating eateries:
- Brew City
- Boulevard Diner
- Cafe Reyes
- Dark Rose Saloon
- Flying Rhino Cafe & Watering Hole
- Funky Murphy’s
- Little Caesar’s
- Leo’s Ristorante
- Meze Estiatorio
- Miranda Bread
- Parkway Diner
- Pepe’s Italian Restaurant
- Ralph’s Tavern
- Redemption Rock Brewing Co.
- Salgabom Snacks
- Terra Brasilis
- Victory Bar & Cigar
- Vintage Bar & Grill
- Wonder Bar
- Wormtown Brewery
Becker Opens Gardens and Greenway on Worcester’s West Side
On Friday, Oct. 4, Becker College held a grand opening of its Gardens & Greenway—an urban oasis located on its Worcester Campus that is the only privately owned green space on the west side of Worcester.
“It’s a true source of pride for Becker College that will serve our own community as well as our neighbors and friends,” said Becker College President Nancy P. Crimmin.
The Gardens & Greenway features a circular walking path spanning the garden and numerous plantings, including trees, shrubs, and a large pollinator and butterfly wildflower garden.
The new green space is located at the former Worcester Tennis Club property at 69 Sever Street, a historic clay court venue that opened in 1907. Becker College purchased the property in 2014.
Worcester to Host Bus Tour and College Town Video Reveal Today
The City of Worcester will be co-hosting a tour co-host a tour and reception with the Higher Education Consortium of Central Massachusetts [HECCMA] for employees of local colleges today — Monday, Oct. 7.
The bus tour will feature ongoing development projects in Worcester, as well as entertainment and cultural attractions downtown, in the Canal District, and on Shrewsbury St.
The hour-long bus tour will begin at 3:30 PM and will be followed by a reception at the Beer Garden downtown at 5 PM. At the reception, a new Worcester College Town video — produced by HECCMA member institutions with Molta Media — will be revealed. The video features college students from Worcester enjoying some of the city’s iconic events and attractions.
Worcester’s Own ‘The Promise is Hope’ Duo to Perform Oct. 25
The Promise is Hope — the singer-songwriter couple of Ashley and Eric L’Esperance of Worcester — will be performing at the Blackstone Heritage Corridor Visitor Center in Worcester on Friday, October 25.
The folk singing duo has performed all over New England and along the East coast.
Kaiti Jones of Cambridge, MA will be opening the evening at 7:00 PM.
Worcester Railers Promote Two in Front Office
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