Coming Away: Winslow Homer and England at the Worcester Art Musuem

The Coming Away: Winslow Homer and England exhibit will open at the Worcester Art Museum on November 11th 2017 through February 4th 2018, featuring 50 works by Homer and his English contemporaries. The exhibit will showcase how the landscape of England, the artists he met there, and the reviews of his peers drastically impacted his artistic career.

Hanover Theatre offers 20 for $20

The Hanover Theatre for the Performing Arts will offer a discounted ticket program for students and young professionals, supported by Bank of America. Participants may select three or more performances from a list of more than 20 upcoming shows for just $20 per ticket and will receive the best available seating the day of the show. For shows with multiple performances, the offer is good for opening nights only.

Central Mass filmmaker shows at qFlix

Russian Doll, a film by Framingham resident Ed Gafney, will run Sept. 17 at 5:45 p.m., during the qFlix Film Festival at The Hanover Theatre.

FOOLS at Mechanics Hall: Autism Speaks Benefit Concert

Come out to Mechanics hall Sept. 15 at 7:30 p.m. to raise money for Autism Speaks and enjoy a concert by The FOOLS, a classic rock cover band. Jam to the classics while knowing that 100 percent of proceeds will go straight to Autism Speaks.

September is a great month for foodies

If you are a foodie living in Central Massachusetts, two festivals this month will help you kick off fall with a burst of flavor. The Chili and Chowder Festival and The Clustertruck Festival are coming to Worcester in September. The Chili and Chowder Festival is organized by Pulse, in collaboration with the City of Worcester. Local restaurants will compete for the title of Best Chili or Chowder, and attendees will reap the benefits. Admission to the Chili and Chowder Festival bestows the responsibility of voting for Worcester’s Best Chili or Chowder after sampling each of the offerings.