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The Worcester County Food Bank makes it possible for tens of thousands of people to be assured of their next meal. Food is the most basic of human needs, and WCFB believes that food is a fundamental right of all people. The Worcester County Food Bank is located at 474 Boston Turnpike Shrewsbury, MA. Call 508-842-3663 for more information.

Since the #Worcester area has been experiencing such a severe winter, ESWA's Nutrition Program recently purchased additional Shelf Stable Emergency Meals. This project was funded by a grant from Greater Worcester Community Foundation. 862 (two-pack) supplementary meals were delivered to home-bound elders in need of emergency food. Thank you Greater Worcester Community Foundation! #MarchForMeals #MealsOnWheels #NoSeniorHungry

Officials serving lunch in Worcester Massachusetts. #marchformeals #endseniorhunger #mealsonwheels

Worcester PopUp invites artists and entrepreneurs to share your art, sell your delicious food, host a creative workshop, or present a reading or concert!

It's FREE August at WAM! Enjoy free admission to the Museum for an entire month--our most popular summer tradition--thanks to the generosity of The Kirby Foundation. Join us for lots of fun activities available during Museum hours. These include Medieval games and try-on armor, a giant outdoor chessboard, a book swap, stroller tours, art carts, drawing club, and yoga in our Courtyard! Outdoor activities are weather permitting.

2013 Municipal Election Forum Sponsorship Form

Wed., Nov 20 at the DCU Center: WOOphoria! Say hello to WPL librarians, shop for holiday presents and learn what local businesses & non-profits have to offer for WOO card holders.

Bandits & Heroes, Poets & Saints: Popular Art of the Northeast of Brazil The exhibit, now at the Worcester Center for Crafts until March 16, explores how the ancient cultures of Africa blended with indigenous and colonial Portuguese traditions to form the vibrant and complex cultural mosaic of modern Brazil. The NEH sponsored tour is free to the public.

Oak Hill Neighborworks Week 2015