WORCESTER — It’s a new countdown for First Night Worcester, which last year had to launch an appeal to fund its Dec. 31 event. The nonprofit organization, which has put on annual New Year’s Eve celebrations in Worcester since 1982, plans to form a small working group in the next couple of weeks to consider how it can sustain itself financially, said First Night Worcester Executive Director Howard McGinn. Continue reading
Having a plan is important, but knowing when to scrap that plan when the unexpected happens can save an assignment. Continue reading
WORCESTER — Ayla Brown didn’t know it when she was performing at Tuckerman Hall around 10:15 p.m. Tuesday, but she was about to ring in the new year with an engagement ring. Continue reading
Click here to download the FNW 2014 Program Guide (PDF) The following locations will be FREE on New Year’s Eve with your First Night Worcester ’14 button: 10:00 to 4:00 EcoTarium (222 Harrington Way) Salisbury Mansion (40 Highland Street) Worcester … Continue reading
WORCESTER — In response to First Night Worcester’s recent call for help, The Hanover Insurance Group Inc. has announced that it will match, dollar for dollar, all contributions to the nonprofit organization up to $15,000.
Last week, First Night Worcester issued an “urgent appeal” to supporters and friends, saying it needs to raise $25,000 to fund its annual New Year’s Eve celebration on Dec. 31. Continue reading
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Singer song-writer Ayla Brown, mind-reader and comedian Eric Dittelman, and acrobat Li Liu will be among the headline acts of First Night Worcester 2014 on Dec. 31. Continue reading
WORCESTER — First Night Worcester is saying “help” as it seeks to raise $25,000 to fund its annual New Year’s Eve celebration on Dec. 31 — a Worcester tradition since 1982.
“We are committed to going forward (with the event),” said First Night Worcester executive director Howard McGinn on Monday. Continue reading
WORCESTER — According to South High Community School Principal Maureen Binienda, one of the most fundamental elements of her school’s culture is its dedication to giving back to the community, and that element is very much by design. Continue reading