Walking the Line: A Stroll Through the First 100 Years of Worcester History
On September 11, members of the Worcester Historical Society will introduce a visual portrayal of Worcester history from 1763 to 1900, highlighting the unusual and humorous lives of its inhabitants. Learn about a slave owner who lived in Worcester and a local resident who was an operator on the underground railroad. Find out when the telephone came to Worcester and who owned the first automobile. Discover the name of a Worcester man who was the only casualty of the construction of the second State House.
The Worcester Historical Society's Annual Meeting and Program will be held on September 11, 2014 at 7:00 p.m. at the WHS building (Old Village School) on Calais Rd. The Walking the Line program begins at 7:15.
Light refreshments prepared by the Post Office Cafe will be served.
We hope to see you there on Thursday, September 11th!