December 1, 2016 10:05 am
Denholms Department Store, 484 Main Street in Worcester, was once a premier retail shopping venue that sold fine clothing and all the latest fashions. More than forty years have passed since Denholms bustled with activity, but longtime Greater Worcester residents still have fond memories of shopping excursions with their parents or grandparents. The December 10 event will recreate some of the spark and sparkle that once distinguished Denholms Department Store.
All proceeds will support Preservation Worcester, whose mission is to preserve for future generations the sites and structures that are significant to the culture, history and architecture of Worcester and to encourage excellence in future design.
Richard Dearborn was a founding member of Preservation Worcester. Mountain Dearborn & Whiting LLP has been a proud supporter of Preservation Worcester since its inception in 1969 and is pleased to partner again with the organization for this event.
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