Welcome back to the 100 Delightful Things in Worcester Project, 2017 #RHPFF edition \o/ This year the lovely Rabbit Heart Poetry Film Festival interns, Sarah Meigs & Alli Jutras* are taking the reins** & bringing us the good stuff. Like goats & sheep and LITTLE TINY HORSES!


Green Hill Park is one in which Lesley Knope would be extremely proud of. Located at the top of Bell Hill,  it is complete with two ponds, a golf course, restaurant, little league baseball field, petting zoo, gardens, and plenty of area to run around, picnic, or walk your three legged dog. It is the largest park in the city of Worcester and truly is a delightful place to spend your time. For this video, we focused mainly on the petting zoo because, well, it’s a petting zoo – and who doesn’t love giving a good pet to some farm animals? It’s open until 3pm all week long so make sure to stop by in the early afternoon so you don’t run out of time. There are goats, sheep, various types of birds, alpacas, donkeys, AND ponies (PSA: contrary to our singing, that is not Lil’ Sebastian. We’re very sorry if we got your hopes up. They’re still super cute though!) Alli and I had so much fun exploring all the different parts to the park and we hope that you all find as much joy in it as we did.

*#TeamSalli FTW! Thank you Clark LEEP Program!
**There’s an accidental dad joke in there, oops ~.o