5 Great Ways to Spend Your Weekend in Worcester

 by Heather CameronNovember 13, 2021

With two weeks until Thanksgiving, keep your schedule open this weekend to savor any free time before one of the busiest holidays of the year.

ThisWeekinWorcester.com is lining up fun virtual events and in-person activities that will bring you joy all weekend long. Participate in a virtual celebration this Saturday and Sunday or find wonderful opportunities in the area.

Tis the season for Craft fairs!

Come to Dudley’s Craft and Vendor Fair this Saturday at the Boys and Girls Club of Webster-Dudley. From 9 AM to 2 PM, browse the wares of over 50 vendors! This is a great time to start holiday shopping.

Find time to celebrate!

This Saturday, join the India Society of Worcester (ISW) for their virtual Diwali Festival. Log into Facebook and see ISW’s Facebook live to take part in the celebration. The event will air from 2 PM to 6 PM!

Become a detective for an evening!

This Saturday challenge yourself to solve a head-scratching whodunnit! Great Wolf Lodge will host a Murder Mystery Dinner this Saturday at 6 PM. Dinner includes a Caesar salad, parmesan crusted chicken with supreme sauce, herb roasted Yukon, string beans, and a dessert! Tickets must be purchased before attending the event.

Let’s celebrate an important milestone!

Come together to wish Tackle Box Brewing Company a happy first anniversary! Tackle Box will kick off celebrations with a comedy night on Friday, followed by a performance by Messy Excuses on Saturday. Tackle Box is at 416 Boston Post Road, East Marlborough.

Learn about the healing power of nature.

Take part informative class called the Mushroom Medicine Workshop this Sunday. This Sunday from 2:30 PM to 4:30 PM, go on a short trek to Legacy Church in Sutton at 659 Central Turnpike to learn about the medicinal powers of mushrooms. In this class, you will learn how to identify and brew teas and tinctures from the mushrooms. After the class, you will can purchase wild-crafted foods and medicines. Classes are designed for ages 12 + and tickets are $47.

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