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2015 Spring Events

 
Safety comes first!
For the second part of 2014 we  established a pre-reservation policy due to the limited seating capacity upstairs. Due to the fire code and building code the capacity on the 2nd floor can not exceed 73 people. The policy was well received and will continue to be in effect for all upcoming events. So, for your own safety and the safety of others please reserve your seat for all programs!


March 6: exhibit opening night - The Opening Night includes food, drink, and a renowned train expert as the exhibit kicks off.

March 12: Irish Step Dancers - Let’s be Irish for a night with Anne O’Connell’s Irish Step Dancers. This very exciting and cultural experience will bring with it a lot of energy. What a great way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day!

March 26: Cranks - Author Eric Stanway (you know him from his book “The Victorian”) will present his book “Cranks”. Join us in an exploration of the most noted oddballs and notorious eccentrics of New England.

April 9: The Making of a Silver Spoon - Silversmith Peter Erickson will fashion a hand wrought spoon in the museum’s silver smith shop. Auction of an “Erickson Silver” ring.

May 7: Annual Meeting!

May 14 (rescheduled from March): Serving Time, Preventing Crime - The Worcester County Sheriff’s Office will provide much needed tips on crimes, with a Powerpoint presentation from inmates at the Worcester County House of Correction. Learn ways to protect yourself, your home and your identity from those who commit the crimes!