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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. This week they were treated to a tour of the Worcester Idea Lab


The Worcester Idea Lab is a communal and collaborative work space created by Action! Worcester. Located at 20 Franklin St in downtown Worcester, the Lab is on the first floor to the right as you walk in. Parking is amazingly easy, there is street parking as well as municipal lots all a short walk away from the building. Fitted with a kitchen space, two small call rooms, a group meeting space, and many comfy places to sit, including a bar/counter for working standing up AND free wifi. I’m telling you, it smells like productivity in there. The Lab is open to the public 8-5pm every Wednesday and if one day per week isn’t enough time to enjoy the space, there are also membership options for individuals, corporations, nonprofits, and universities. Additionally, you can book the space for a variety of things such as lectures, meetings and retreats, events, or workshops.

A big thank you to Josh who took the time to speak to us about all that is happening at the Idea Lab. He and everyone else who works for the Lab show such passion for Worcester and the community that we couldn’t help leaving inspired. If you get a chance to visit Action! Worcester or the Idea Lab and you see him, I highly recommend introducing yourself and chatting a little. You won’t be disappointed.  

*#TeamSalli FTW! Thank you Clark LEEP Program!


March 2023