Shopping carts from stores of yesteryear get a new lease on life at Building 19:
Spag’s 19, however, will soon be leaving us forever. I’ll try to collect my thoughts and pay it a proper tribute soon.
1. The Worcester Historical Museum will be hosting a Civil War Book Discussion Group every other Saturday beginning this Saturday, May 18. Free loaned copies of the readings will be available, but pre-registration is required. More details on their website.
3. REC Spring Garden Festival & Plant Sale, 63 Oread Street, 10am-4pm. Music, Zumba, kids’ activities, gardening workshops (including a workshop on urban beekeeping!), and more.
4. DPW Household Hazardous Waste Day – Saturday, May 18, 2013 & Saturday, June 22, 2013 – 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM – By Appointment Only – Proof of Residency Required – Call (508) 929-1300 for an appointment.
Not dirt cheap, but also quite good: Star Wars Day at Higgins Armory.
The movie of my life, Silkwood, will be playing at the Worcester Public Library main branch from 2-4pm.
And to put on your calendar:
And you can always get a more complete view of the free & cheap events of Worcester on this Google Calendar.
The Shrewsbury Public Library book sale is usually quite good in both selection and prices. It will be held in the large meeting room (upstairs) the following days/times:
Friday May 17: 10am-4pm
Saturday May 18: 9am-4pm
Sunday May 19: 1pm-4pm