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Upcoming Events

February 18 - February 24, 2019

Seeds of Sorcery

Tower Hill Botanic Garden will be celebrating young witches, wizards, and warlocks this February s...

February 19 - February 19, 2019

Science Fiction Book Club - February 2019

Do you like reading about spaceships, parallel worlds, aliens, telepathy, time travel or droids? Joi...

February 19 - February 24, 2019

Pop-up Makerspace: Plastics!

Recycle your used plastic (milk jugs, yogurt containers, plastic bags, anything that can be repurpos...

February 19 - February 19, 2019

Comedy Magic for Kids: Steven Craig and Pickle Donut the Bunny

Steven and Pickle Donut’s show is filled with a unique blend of funny magic, silly balloon twi...

February 19 - February 22, 2019

Cursive Worcester

Cursive writing is a skill that can be useful throughout one's life and especially useful to hel...

February 19 - February 22, 2019

School Vacation Presidents' Week

Tour the galleries, explore the Alden Family Gallery and learn a little more about our fou...

February 19 - February 19, 2019

History Bites: Sarah Ella Wilson and The Normal School

History Bites: Sarah Ella Wilson and The Normal School with exhibit coordinator Vanessa Bumpus. Sara...

February 19 - February 19, 2019

Community Dance Workshop with Ronald K. Brown

Ronald K. Brown and his company Evidence have deeply moved audiences for over 30 years, and are prai...

February 20 - February 20, 2019

Snowed-In Party

There’s “snow” party like a library party! Beat school vacation boredom by visitin...

February 20 - February 20, 2019

Visiting Artist Brian Ulrich: Consumer Desire, Envy, and the Afterlife

Brian Ulrich will present his talk, Consumer Desire, Envy and the Afterlife, on Wednesday, Februar...

February 21 - February 21, 2019

Wreck the Tech!

Take apart and see what’s inside old electronics! Identify the parts of retired technology to ...

February 21 - February 21, 2019

Opening Reception Konstantin Simun: The Sacred in the Profane

Please join us as we celebrate the opening of Konstantin Simun: The Sacred in the Profane, pres...