Happy New Year, Worcester!
Start the beginning of the decade with unique experiences that will inspire, amaze, and entertain you.
Tap into your artistic side as you drink on tap!
NU Kitchen on 335 Chandler Street is hosting Paint Nite: The Original Paint and Sip event on Friday, Jan. 3 from 7 PM to 9 PM.
Make a masterpiece with step-by-step directions from a talented instructor. Tickets cost $37 and include all painting supplies required and assistance from an artist.
Give back to the community this Friday at Worcester’s Fallen Heroes Fundraiser.
Come to Union Station Friday, Jan. 3 at 6 PM for a seated buffet dinner, raffles, and a silent auction. General admission is $60 per person and can be purchased online or at the door.
The event is expected to sell out with a limit of 500 guests, so get your tickets ahead of time.
All proceeds go to The Menard Children’s Fund and The 100 Club of Massachusetts.
Looking for resolution or inspiration in 2020? Psychic Medium Matthew Fraser has all the answers for you!
This Sunday — Jan. 5 — at Mechanics Hall, the television psychic medium will give insights from deceased loved ones with assistance from Spirit.
The event starts at 1 PM and is directed for adults of the age of 18 and older.
Watch him communicate with relatives beyond the grave by getting tickets here!
Sing and dance into the new year!
The Rock Bar at 81 Water Street is turning up the music this Saturday night — Jan. 4 — at 9 PM.
The Rock Bar is welcoming the band, The Verge, once again to celebrate the beginning of another decade as they play some new tunes with a new guitarist.
Take a look at Worcester through the years!
To celebrate the passing of a decade, the Worcester Historical Museum is displaying an exhibit that commemorates the past 25 years of the city.
The Rockwell Gallery will display images from Patrick J. O’Connor’s 1994 Worcester’s Face exhibit and catalog.
The exhibit will be open until January 11, so make sure to see the exhibit that was 25 years in the making!
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