Women’s Suffrage: Worcester 2020

The 19th Amendment, recognizing women the right to vote, was ratified in August of 1920. Women’s Suffrage: Worcester 2020 celebrates the progress of American women since then, recognizes historic and present-day obstacles to universal suffrage, and works to increase voter education and engagement in our city. A volunteer working group drawn from various Worcester organizations and […]

Introducing Worcester’s Poets Laureate

City of Worcester Announces Poet Laureate, Youth Poet Laureate WORCESTER, MA – City Manager Edward M. Augustus Jr., Mayor Joseph M. Petty, the Worcester City Council and the Office of Cultural Development have announced the appointments of the City of Worcester Poet Laureate and Youth Poet Laureate. The Poet Laureate and Youth Poet Laureate will […]

A Cultural Plan for the City of Worcester, Massachusetts

City of Worcester Announces Completion of First Comprehensive Cultural Plan  Plan promotes a shared vision to recognize the power of culture and make communities better places for people to live, learn, work and thrive   View the full Cultural Plan              View the Executive Summary   Worcester City Council unanimously voted on […]