Religion, Rebels, and Radicals: Revisiting Worcester’s Jewish East Side – Tuesday, July 10th
Meet at Oak Hill CDC, 74 Providence Street
Led by Moe Bergman, Worcester City Councilor, Attorney, and Preservation Worcester docent
From the early 1900s until the 1950s, the East Side’s Union Hill was the locus of Worcester’s large Jewish immigrant community. Re-experience the history of this ethnic neighborhood with stops at former synagogues, a ritual bath house, and even the site of anarchist Emma Goldman’s ice cream shop.
Free for members. $5 for non-members.
RSVP suggested, but not required. Call 508-754-8760 for details or to reserve.
Sorry no dogs allowed on walking tours.