Tuesday, May 12, 7:00 pm
TOWN HALL: Scott Campbell, a prizewinning native Vermont fiddler will perform live for your enjoyment. Scott became a Vermont fiddler at the age of 10 by learning from his father, Ken Campbell, as well as other Vermont and Canadian fiddlers. He has been the winner of numerous fiddle competitions throughout New England and Canada. Mark you calendars so you won't miss this amazing opportunity! No admission charge. Refreshments to be served, all courtesy of the Worcester Historical Society.
The Cow That Tried to Swallow a Potato - that’s the history of Worcester, Vermont. Life happened, and often it was quirky and interesting. No big battles, no national movements, no spectacular event - just the everyday lives of hard-working Vermonters trying to get by, and from time to time, producing some noteworthy and unconventional history.
"The Cow that Tried to Swallow a Potato: A Quirky History of Worcester, Vermont" may be ordered by sending a check for twenty-five dollars to the Worcester Historical Society, P.O. Box 329, Worcester, Vermont 05682.
Makes a great gift and a genealogist' goldmine, these 360 pages of memories, pictures and historical information is not like any other local history you have ever read.