Function Facilities

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Alternatives Mill, Whitinsville, MA

The redevelopment of the Whitin Mill gives the Blackstone Valley region a community magnet that draws people from far and wide because of its diverse appeal. Come explore the unique spaces and unparalleled setting and ambience of the beautiful, historic Whitin Mill lovingly renovated. A description of the available spaces, pricing and photos are below. Please call or email for availability and additional information.

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Asa Waters Mansion, Millbury, MA

Ensure the success of your next function by scheduling it at the Asa Waters Mansion. Include your guests among the many prominent people who have been entertained over the years at the Mansion—Daniel Webster, Henry Clay, President William Howard Taft, Alexander Graham Bell and others.

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Blackstone River and Canal Heritage State Park, Uxbridge, MA

The Blackstone River Valley Heritage State Park recalls the role of canals in transporting raw materials and manufactured goods between emerging industrial centers. Walk along restored sections of the Blackstone River Canal and Towpath from the River Bend Farm Visitors Center.

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Breezy Picnic Grounds, Douglas, MA

Three 300' waterslides with unlimited rides! Spacious, immaculately maintained picnic grounds. Large tables by the water and throughout the grounds. Lake swimming with sandy areas for kids. Snack bar. Game rooms. Certified lifeguards at the beach and slides. Clean restrooms and changing facilities. Ample free parking. Birthday party, corporate & special group outing packages. 

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Bridge Street Bistro offers function space

Bridge Street Bistro, Grafton, MA

The Daniels Farmstead Foundation, Inc. was founded in 2003 to preserve a unique historical resource that has survived the modern age in tact. The Foundation's focus is to provide a place for people to gather, celebrate, and learn the values of a working farm and its traditions. It is our purpose to protect and preserve the rich historically significant farm and buildings located on pristine New England soil, restore the farm to its former splendor, and operate a living museum where local historians, schools, and the general public can learn about the New England Farm life from the 18th and 19th centuries. (Picture of Cider Mill)

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Ecotarium, Worcester, MA

The EcoTarium is a unique indoor-outdoor museum in Worcester, MA. Set in an urban oasis, the EcoTarium offers a chance to walk through the treetops, take a thrilling multimedia journey through the galaxy at a digital planetarium, meet wildlife, stroll nature trails, ride a narrow-gauge railroad, and get hands-on with family-friendly exhibits.

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Grafton Inn is a dining destination in the Blackstone River Valley

The Grafton Inn, Grafton, MA

Our function room is the perfect setting for every special occasion.  The events we host include, but are not limited to: Weddings, Rehearsal Dinners , Showers, Anniversaries, Birthday Parties, Business Meetings, Special Events

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Higgins Armory, Worcester, MA

Choose from a preferred list of award-winning caterers in the area to customize your event, add Museum tours, fencing demonstrations or a live knight to create an evening your guests will never forget. For information on rental fees, discounts for the Museum's Corporate and Philanthropic members, or to arrange for a tour of the Museum, please call Joanne Roy at (508) 853-6015 ext. 26 or e-mail them at rentals@higgins.org

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Wallis Cove in Douglas is a beautiful natural setting for meetings, reunions, weddings, birthday parties

Wallis Cove Retreat Center, Douglas, MA

Imagine a business session here. Brainstorming under the canopy tent with birds singing in the background, sitting around the firepit in comfy adirondack chairs, sitting on the beach with your favorite cold beverage, or taking part in company bonding games, this is a perfect casual yet beautiful setting. Perfect setting for that natural setting wedding, business meeting, family reunion, birthday parties, etc.

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Tourism

Tourism is alive and well in the 11 towns that make up the Massachusetts' end of the John H. Chafee Blackstone River Valley National Heritage Corridor. History is kept alive by enthusiastic caretakers of the Valley's treasures. Events are organized to highlight these treasures as well as the natural beauty of our lakes, rivers, agriculture and farms.

The Blackstone Valley Tourism Association welcomes new members who would like to be a part of molding the memories of great family events while fostering interest in keeping the Valley's history alive! Please join us!
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