There’s a lot going on in the city. Many of the events don’t need our help in drawing a crowd, but some do. Here’s our take on some of this week’s most worthwhile events.
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Sunday, Oct. 4 — Art Reflecting Nature: An Historical Perspective; Session 1, cave paintings, 1-3:30 p.m., Broad Meadow Brook Conservation Center and Wildlife Sanctuary, 414 Massasoit Road We know we put a lot of Broad Meadow Brook stuff in here, but hey, they have some cool stuff going on over there. This is the first of a three-Sunday course spelunking into the convergent worlds of art and nature, with brief lectures and sanctuary walks. Plus, you get to paint. Now, this kind of fun ain’t free: $81 nonmembers ($67 members), but you can get a 10 percent discount if you register for all three classes. (Registration required.)
Monday, Oct. 5 — Worcester Municipal Debate, City Council at-large candidates, 7 p.m., Mechanics Hall, 321 Main St. So, you made it through another Monday at work. We bet there was an apple-picking story involved. Right? Or did someone bring up Christmas shopping and get pelted with candy corn? Either way, we’re confident the discourse among at-large City Council candidates at this forum will rise above the inane and help inform your ballot. (There’s one of these things, like, every day, so they ought to be getting pretty good at this by now!) The debate is sponsored by the Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce and The Research Bureau in partnership with Mechanics Hall.
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