Posted by Jeremy Shulkin
Thursday, Feb. 4 is important because there are two awesome events going on, both worthy of your time and money.
From 5:30 to 7:30 at Coral Seafood (225 Shrewsbury Street) there will be a fundraiser and silent auction with proceeds going to the vandalized Belmont Street Community School. The event is free, and donations of any amount will be accepted. It’s being organized by local pols Vincent Pedone, Harriette Chandler, Joe O’Brien, Diana Biancheria and John Monfredo. You can also check the WPS website (www.worcesterschools.org) for a list of specific items the school needs.
Before you go to that though, we here at Worcester Mag are beginning a grand tradition dubbed Worcester Mag on Tap, where the first Thursday of every month we–the writers, editors, graphic designers, sales staff and any other employee under the Worcester Mag banner–will go a pre-determined bar at 5:30 with the sincere hope that our readers/friends/lovers/haters will join us there to hang out, talk about recent news and meet other WoMag readers. Special guests–as in some of the people featured in the latest issue–will be there too.
So, at 5:30 on Thursday come to the first ever Worcester Mag on Tap at the Hotel Vernon, have a $1 draught or two, then pop on over to Coral Seafood for a great cause. It might be the best Thursday of your month.