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A Note about “A Taste Of Worcester History”

El Morocco was known as the hot spot in Worcester (From the collections of the Worcester Historical Museum – Worcester, MA)

Attention ticket holders for the 2020 “A Taste Of Worcester History!” Obviously, COVID has thrown a wrench into our plans to host the event to celebrate Worcester’s food culture from a historical standpoint. It was our intention to do a social wine tasting that pairs food and wine within the Worcester Historical Museum—the event would celebrate the founding cultures of the city while promoting today’s great chefs. We fully expect to host this event in the near future, however, we aren’t certain how it will look given the impact the pandemic has had on many of the restaurants in the region.

We’re sorry for the inconvenience and are hopeful that you join us for the “A Taste of Worcester History” once we can safely do so.

3 thoughts on “A Note about “A Taste Of Worcester History”

  1. Of the many cancellations due to Covid, this was one of the most disappointing. I’m thankful this virus is being brought under control and look forward to the day when we can gather for this event!

  2. Any update on the a taste of Worcester history? Thanks

  3. Waiting to reevaluate once the Worcester Wine Festival has passed. Hopeful for Q1 2022!

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