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One of the highlights of Tercentennial Weekend June 10th, 11th and 12th will be the parade Saturday morning. One of the highlights of the parade will be the giant marionettes representing the different ethnic groups in the city. Representatives from the Creative Hub, Guardians of Traditions, The Hector Reyes House and the artist behind the marionettes talk about a collaboration that will not only honor the city but that has bound the participants together.
On this edition of Tercentennial Talk Hank and Amy are joined by Sandy Dunn from the DCU Center. They talk about the history of the DCU, some big anniversaries and the DCU Center's involvement in the Worcester Tercentennial. Worcester is celebrating three hundred...
Jake Sanders of the Architectural Heritage Foundation talks about the challenge, a $100 million challenge, of solving the riddle of the long vacant building.
Photo Kill the Ball Media | Tercentennial Talk – The History of Mechanics Hall with Kathy Gagne & Amy Peterson
In this episode Hank and Amy visit with Allen Fletcher. Allen talks about the history of the Blackstone Canal. The canal was begun in 1825 and made business leaders in Boston very nervous about the Worcester/Providence connection promised by the canal. It was the...
City officials today announced a preliminary schedule of events for Tercentennial Weekend, which will celebrate the 300-year anniversary of the establishment of Worcester, Mass., on June 10, 11, and 12.
On this Episode of Tercentennial Talk, Hank Stolz and Amy Peterson are joined by Worcester City Clerk Niko Vangjeli. Vangjeli is spearheading a project that will see to the preservation of Worcester’s historical documents.
Bill Wallace, Executive Director Worcester Historical Museum, joins Hank Stolz and Amy Peterson of the Tercentennial Committee to talk about the founding of Worcester.
In the inaugural episode of Tercentennial Talk Hank Stolz speaks with Worcester City Manager Ed Augustus, Worcester Mayor Joe Petty and the creative team behind the tercentennial logo, Bree DiBella, Amy Peterson and Monique Messier.