City, Worcester Red Sox to Break Ground on New Polar Park on July 11
According to multiple reports, the City of Worcester and the Worcester Red Sox ownership group will break ground at the future home of Polar Park on July 11 at 3:30 PM.
Construction on the grounds will start shortly thereafter.
Polar Park is expected to be open in time for the inaugural Worcester Red Sox season in 2021.
Shrewsbury St. Neighborhood Association to Celebrate 18th Anniversary
Free parking in lot behind Mac’s Diner.
The meeting is open to the public and all area residents are encouraged to attend and raise any issues that need to be addressed by our city and state governments. Refreshments will be served and the room the meeting is held in is air conditioned.
City of Worcester Announces Completion of Cultural Plan
Annual Millbury Carnival to Have Fireworks Tonight and Tomorrow
Can’t get enough fireworks?
The town of Millbury is currently hosting its annual carnival and tonight — July 3 — and tomorrow — July 4 — the town will have its fireworks displays.
These are also the last two days of the carnival being in town. The carnival opens at 6 PM and stays open until 11 PM.
Brunch and Broadway at Worcester’s Common Oval on July 27
Altea’s Eatery will be serving up brunch at the Worcester Common Oval in front of Broadway hit, Beautiful – The Carole King Musical.
Enjoy a live performance and Q&A with the cast. The event is free and open to the public — brunch can be purchased — and starts at 11 AM.
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