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Wormtown Ska Promotions Presents: Ska, Punk and Hardcore from the US and UK!
Dates: 05/10/2014 to 05/11/2014
Time: 8PM - 1:00AM
Link: www.facebook.com/events/495573360566065/

Ska-Punk-Core from the US, and the UK!

Play on the Plaza

"Play on the Plaza," a place for active, creative play, returns to the Sundial Plaza each summer. The plaza, located at the museum's main entrance, offers some of our visitors favorite warm weather activities.

Play some tunes on the Tube-A-Phone, a kid-sized sculpture that blends music, science, and art. At the Invention Space, make your own moving inventions on a giant gear board. Build a structure using giant Timber Stackers and challenge a friend to a game on our Giant Checkers set!

When: May 10, 2016 12am to Oct 2, 2016 12am in Worcester, MA
Cost: Free with EcoTarium admission ($15 adults, $10 children 2-18, seniors 65+ and students with ID); Free for EcoTarium Members and children under 2

Bubbles!

Everyone loves "Bubbles!" our seasonal outdoor exhibit gives kids (and grownups) of all ages a chance to investigate the science behind the suds, and make loads and loads of sudsy bubbles in all shapes and sizes. "Bubbles!" is now featured on the Lower Courtyard (near Siegfried the Stegosaurus).

When: May 10, 2016 12am to Oct 2, 2016 12am in Worcester, MA
Cost: Free with EcoTarium admission ($15 adults, $10 children 2-18, seniors 65+ and students with ID); Free for EcoTarium Members and children under 2

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Leo's Ristorante 
11 Leo Turo Way
(Off Shrewsbury St.)

Worcester, MA 01604

508-753-9490
Leo's Ristorante has 75 years of rich history preparing fine, homemade traditional southern Italian cuisine in Worcester, MA. With two rooms of brick & exposed beam offers an intimate setting to enjoy lunch or dinner.
About Worcester, MA
Worcester Massachusetts is known as the "Heart of the Commonwealth" and is New England's second largest city with a population of over 170 thousand people of many diverse backgrounds and heritages. Worcester was incorporated first as a township in 1722 and then as a city in 1848. Worcester covers a land area of 37.5 square miles.

Worcester is a city steeped in history-General Washington rode through here, Abraham Lincoln slept here and John Adams taught school here. The valentine card got its beginnings here as did the first experiments in rockets by the famed Robert H. Goddard. The birth control pill was invented here!

The city is well noted for its fine educational and cultural facilities which include Worcester State College, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Assumption College, Clark University, Holy Cross and the University of Massachusetts Medical Center. It hosts the acclaimed Worcester Music Festival which is the nation's oldest annual festival and has been ongoing since 1858. Since the late 1980's biotechnology has been vital to Worcester's economy.

With all of its institutes of higher learning and biotechnology Worcester is none the less a predominantly residential city. Within its boundaries are more than 1200 acres of city owned park land and fifty public schools to educate its more than 20 thousand children. Worcester is a city that is extremely proud of its past and secure with its future.

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