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More about tonight’s IEC Voting Discussion

For those of you interested in attending tonight’s meeting (or for those who can’t but are interested in reading what’s going on), here are some materials:

5 Actions to Empower Worcester’s 5 Districts

CEO Debate Forms

CEO Membership Info


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Discussion Questions

They’re going to be having a kickoff event on August 17; if you’re interested, you can register on FB or Eventbrite.

Nonpartisan get out the vote meeting on Thursday

The Social Justice Roundtable and the Initiative for Engaged Citizenship’s Coalition for Educated Options program will be holding a meeting on Thursday July 21 from 5:30pm-8:30pm at Worcester State University Student Center’s Blue Lounge to discuss get out the vote strategies.

They’ll be discussing:

  • Consolidating Candidate Forums and Questionnaires
  • Rethink Voting, Rethink Worcester Advertisement Campaign
  • Coordinating nonpartisan GOTV across the City

Dinner Will Be Served.

You can find more information about the meeting and registration here

Unfortunately, I will not be able to attend (though I really hoped that I would be able to) so if anyone wants to attend and report back, let us know and we’ll post your notes.

(via Jack)

Holy Name Wind Turbine Fest – July 20

On Wednesday, July 20th, MassEnergy is hosting a free barbecue at Holy Name High School’s Wind Turbine.

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all ages are welcome.

RSVP by tomorrow, July 19th. Feel free to contact Mass Energy at 1-800-287-3950 or with any additional questions.

(Photo: Giant windmill! In Worcester!, a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 2.0 Generic licensed image from Richard Klein’s photostream.)

Forum on challenges facing small cities at Clark

The Federal Reserve Bank of Boston is hostingforum on the economic, fiscal and political challenges and opportunities facing New England’s smaller industrial cities at Clark University this Wednesday, July 13.

Mike O’Brien, Worcester City Manager, will be discussing “collaborative regional initiatives around shared health services.”

You can find more information about the conference here; registration is required, but free.

(And if you’re going, we’d love to hear a report back from you.)

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This summer the Worcester Shakespeare Company presents The Tragical History of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark and The Comedy of Errors in Green Hill Park and at the Hanover Theater.

Comedy of Errors is at Green Hill Park July 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, August 5, 6, 7, 13, 17, and 19. It’s at the Hanover August 21.

Hamlet is at Green Hill Park August 3, 4, 10, 12, 14, and 18. It’s at the Hanover August

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You can buy Green Hill tickets here, and try to buy Hanover tickets at their website. (Not there as of this writing.) Or you can buy tickets in person at Acoustic Java.

Meet Abby Kelley Foster’s Family at Liberty Farm

Next Thursday, May 19, the Worcester Women’s History Project will be sponsoring a program at Liberty Farm, the former home of Abby “Ahead of her time” Kelley and Stephen Foster:

Meet Abby Kelley Foster’s Family at Liberty Farm
Thursday, May 19, 2011, 5:00 PM-8:00 PM
Liberty Farm
116 Mower St, Worcester, MA 01602
Come to Liberty Farm, a National Historic Landmark, home of Worcester’s radical abolitionists Abby Kelley Foster, Stephen Foster and daughter Alla. Meet the Fosters portrayed by the Lydick family, tour their home, hear National Park Head Ranger Chuck Arning talk about the Underground Railroad, and hear Mum Bett, a female slave, tell how she won her freedom. We’re celebrating Alla’s 164th birthday, too! Children’s activities: quilling, stitching a quilt square, 19th century children’s toys.
(Rain date May 20; message will be on recorder at 508-767-1852.)

Also of interest to you Abby diehards — the Boston Public Library has scans of a letter from AKF to Anne Warren Weston on Flickr (pages 1, 2, 3)

Women’s Words Writers Workshop

There will be a writing workshop on Saturday, April 30, from 8am-4pm at WPI’s Kinnicutt Hall.  The cost is $55 for adults and $25 for students.

Women Authors of New England brings together a host of talented regional and local writers who have the know-how to help you get your writing published, whether it’s a book, review, magazine article or poetry. At this workshop aspiring authors will receive tips to improve their writing technique and learn the secrets to getting published. This one-day program will help connect you to the local writers, journalists, authors, and poets that have made it happen!

There are a bunch of local authors participating.  More information here.

(Image: Writing, a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 2.0 Generic image from jeffrey james pacres’ photostream.)

National Park Week

In case readers are looking for something cheap to do during April vacation week…

The National Park Service is celebrating National Park Week from April 16-24 this year.

That means you can go to any National Park for free during that time!

You can find a list of parks (like Boott Mill, pictured left) in Massachusetts on their website.

(Image: Boott Mill, a Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 image from kke227’s photostream.)