Ben Franklin Bookstore, 21 Salem Street
A traditional stop on Bloomsday.
Worcester Art Museum Cafe, 55 Salisbury Street
A little lunch, a little reading - meet us in the cafe courtyard.
Look for us in the main hall.
Fiddler's Green, 18 Temple Street
Lift a glass at the Worcester Hibernian Cultural Centre.
Belfry Restaurant, 895 Millbury Street
We decided to break for dinner and talk rather than read.
But we won't stop anyone from breaking into poetry or prose if the spirit strikes them.
Village Arts Gallery, 1 Ekman Street
Nighttown is one of the most enjoyable sections to read as a group!
Bancroft Tower, Bancroft Tower Road
Episode : Telemachus
We will meet at the rampart above the parking area. Coffee will be provided. You might want to bring a folding chair.
Paddy Dignam's mass card,
Callahan's Funeral Home,
Bloomsday 100th Anniversary
June 16, 2004.
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Film at the Worcester Public Library
Wednesday, June 14 - 6:30 pm
Worcester Bloomsday talk 6:00-6:30
In preparation of our June 16 Bloomsday ramble, we're hosting a showing of the 1967 classic film with Milo O'Shea as Leopold Bloom:
Join us for the film and hear a bit about the Worcester Bloomsday tradition.
FREE & Open to the Public!
Worcester County Poetry Association
RENEW YOUR MEMBERSHIP
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Worcester County Poetry Association / PO Box 804, Worcester, MA 01613 / 508-797-4770 / firstname.lastname@example.org
This is the year we started to get serious about Bloomsday! It's our first year of 8:00am starts at Bancroft Tower, which makes for a 14-hour day of readings. This is also the first year we've planned our readings in advance.