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Re-imagined Notre Dame.
We extend a special thanks to our event sponsors
The Place on Mod 3 Shop
Immedia Event Productions
The Poise-N-Ivy Shop
Coghlin Electrical Contractors
Worcester Business Journal
The Varsity Shop
M. Pope & Company Fine Jewelers
184 Main Street Associates
Butler-Dearden Paper Service
Antanavica Construction Company
At long last and thanks to the collaborative efforts of our partnership with the City of Worcester, Seven Hills Foundation, Nitsche Engineering, Lamoureux Pagano Architects, CD McGuire and many, many others, have come to fruition. Stearns Tavern was successfully moved one-half a mile to its new home at Coes Knife Park on Mill Street.
This photograph was taken on December 10, 2015 at the dedication of the Clock Tower.
We are excited as to see the completed renovation of the Monument.
INSTILL COMMUNITY PRIDE
ENCOURAGE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
PROMOTE URBAN DESIGN
The mission of Preservation Worcester is to preserve for future generations the sites and structures which are significant to the culture, history, and architecture of the city and to encourage excellence in future design.
Preservation Worcester is a private, not-for-profit membership organizationdedicated to the preservation of buildings, sites, and neighborhoods which representthe culture, history, and architecture of Worcester, Massachusetts.
Preservation Worcester believes that protecting the best of Worcester’sarchitectural heritage and promoting good design encourages community pride andidentity.
To further its goals, Preservation Worcester works with neighborhood groups,developers, city departments, schools, and state and local historical commissions.