Preservation Worcester's Sixth Annual

Better than your Average Yard Sale

Sunday, October 5, 2014

Upcoming Public Tours and Presentations

We are offering numberous tours and talks this Fall.

Click here for more information about our upcoming tours, talks and events.

Learn About Our Self-guided Walking Tours

Click here to access information about our Around the Common Tour as well as our award-winning self-guided tour of Worcester's Canal District.

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Noon - 3PM (free)

Preview - 11 AM - noon (with $10 donation)

10 Cedar Street, Worcester)

Unique home improvement items from a treasure trove of
18th, 19th and early 20th century household furnishings and
one-of-a-kind architectural décor.

Sampling of our items

 

 

We are still seeking donations for this year's event.

Do you have items that you no longer use?  Are you moving?  Do you know someone who really needs to clean out his/her garage, basement, or attic?

We need quality items that are in good shape.  We will pick up if necessary.  All donations are tax deductible.  We are looking for items such as:

  • Architectural Elements - including columns, brackets, wainscoting, door trims, hinges, leaded doors, stained glass windows, bathroom fixtures, floor registers, fireplace mantels, tin ceiling panels, medicine cabinets, tile, bead board, iron fences, wood shutters, glass door knobs.

  • Furniture - including antiques and quality reproduction furniture, interesting and vintage furniture items, patio furniture.

  • Decorative items - including pottery, chandeliers, lamps, weathervanes, lighting fixtures, bookcases, artwork, picture frames and yard art.

  • Other items - including vintage tools and industrial supplies.

If you have items to donate, please call us at 508-754-8760 to arrange for drop off or pick up.

   

Clock Tower Monument

These are the most recent photos provided by the Department of Capital and Asset Management that show the progress in stonework being done on the Clock Tower.  We will keep you posted on as work continues.

Fire Alarm & Telegraph Buillding

Architect's rendering of the future parking lot at the Fire Alarm & Telegraph Building.

Photograph of the future parking lot at the Fire Alarm & Telegraph Building taken June 25, 2014.

About Us

Your donation to Preservation Worcester helps us:

EDUCATE

ADVOCATE
PRESERVE NEIGHBORHOODS

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 organization dedicated to the preservation of buildings, sites, and neighborhoods which represent the culture, history, and architecture of Worcester, Massachusetts.

Preservation Worcester believes that protecting the best of Worcester’s architectural heritage and promoting good design encourages community pride and identity.

To further its goals, Preservation Worcester works with neighborhood groups, developers, city departments, schools, and state and local historical commissions.

 


Restored Clock on Foster Street The Harrington Building  Walking Tour at Higgins House, WPI