National Prescription Take Back Day will be this Saturday from 10am to 2pm at the Worcester Senior Center (128 Providence Street):
Do you have medications at home that you don’t use anymore? Do you want to dispose of them but don’t know how?
Safe disposal of prescription drugs protects children and pets from accidental ingestion as well as prescription drug abuse or misuse.
Bring any medications that you don’t use anymore for safe disposal. This service is free and anonymous – no questions asked. No sharps will be accepted.
This program is made possible by the City of Worcester’s Division of Public Health, the Worcester Police Department and the Drug Enforcement Administration.
There are two activities of interest to families this weekend:
Saturday, April 28, 2-4pm – Sanctuary Celebration at Broad Meadow Brook
Celebrate our new solar pavilion, nature play area, and Frog Pond boardwalk.
Join us in recognizing and thanking Saint-Gobain for its generous donation and support for the Solar Pavilion. Help us cut the ribbon at the new Nature Play Area, now finished and ready for family fun.
Special guests include:*John Crowe, President and CEO of Saint-Gobain and CertainTeed Corporations
*Joseph Petty, Mayor of Worcester
Music provided by the South High Marching Band.
Refreshments provided by Worcester Technical High School Culinary Arts Students.
Sunday, April 29, 11am-3pm – Cookson Park Day
At Kendig St. entrance.
Birdhouse building, scavenger hunting, park tours and more.