In 2014, the Worcester, Vermont Historical Society decided to portray some of its illustrious deceased citizens as a part of the popular Fourth of July festivities. Donning period dress, various community members stood by the appropriate gravestone in the Village cemetery, sharing a historically accurate script composed by members of the Society. Humor and tragedy are woven into the stories even as they were lived by the characters depicted. This text contains the scripts for these presentations as well as two additional scripts.
"Worcester Voices Ordinary People, Extraordinary Stories" may be ordered by sending a check for ten dollars to the Worcester Historical Society, P.O. Box 329, Worcester, Vermont 05682.
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's goldmine, these 360 pages of memories, pictures and historical information is not like any other local history you have ever read.
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Here it is- Glimpses of a Simpler Time- the video! If you missed our performance, watch it here, thanks to ORCA MEDIA