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**Please note, this visit took place prior to the COVID-19 outbreak. Worcester Public Market is currently closed until the week of April 6th. We highly recommend giving them a visit after things have stabilized with the virus.
As someone who has lived in New England her entire life, I am always looking for new day trip locations to explore. I had the pleasure of visiting the Worcester Public Market this past weekend and for the day-tripper, it’s a must see.
For those who aren’t familiar, here’s a blurb on the WPM from their website:
The vision to establish the Worcester Public Market first evolved in 2014 when Canal District entrepreneur and WPM founder, Allen Fletcher, purchased a plot of land and began assessing community need for the new market. The once vacant dirt lot had largely served as a parking lot for Crompton Place, a former manufacturing building once known as the Crompton Loom Works. The site now boasts a mix of service-based businesses, offices and retail shops that sell locally-made goods. There’s a bay-windowed bakery and coffee shop, gift and home décor shops, a book shop and an event space.
Upon arrival, I noticed that the whole area surrounding the space was alive and filled with sites to be seen. When you plan a visit to the WPM, make sure you leave time for the surrounding home good stores, fashion shops and for BirchTree Bread Company – home of some of the best bread I’ve ever tasted and one of the largest iced teas I’ve ever been given!
I digress… Filled with a variety of food vendors, a small market for fresh produce and mini cider donuts, and a half dozen shops filled with homemade soaps, cupcakes and cooking accessories, the market put a smile on my face and a beer in my hand. Anchored at the end of the market, Wachusetts Brewery Co. offers a variety of beers for all palettes. So you can grab a brew stick around the Brew Yard’s beautiful open space, or head into the food area and snag a snack.
The Worcester Public Market makes the perfect weekend day trip, or even a convenient spot to grab items you might need during the week. Be advised, they don’t open till 11am, so plan accordingly. We will certainly be back!
ATTENTION: In light of the recent developments regarding COVID-19, we have decided to postpone this workshop. The health and safety of our attendees is of the utmost importance to us. The workshop will be rescheduled for Tuesday, June 16. Your tickets will be valid for this new date automatically. If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for your support and understanding.
In light of recent developments and public health concerns surrounding Covid-19, we wanted to touch base with you regarding our upcoming events, including Chiks' Night Out, Let's Get Social Workshop with Hardwick Winery, ChikFlick Screening, and more.
Please note we are continuously monitoring the latest guidance from reliable sources including the Massachusetts Governor's Office, Mass.gov, and national infectious disease specialists like the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).
At this time, there are no major changes planned for any of our events, but be assured we will notify registrants immediately should circumstances change in any way.
While the events are not cancelled at this time, Chikmedia suggests the following actions as proactive and precautionary measures:
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