Worcester! How will you spend your long weekend?
ThisWeekinWorcester.com is your guide to planning exceptional entertainment for your weekend.
For the next three days, indulge in tasty foods, watch exciting competitions, or see a unique show!
Come to Worcester’s most inclusive dance party!
Airspray is Worcester’s popular dance party that highlights the city’s LGBTQ community.
Join Airspray this Friday as they Celebrate the Music of the 2000s at Electric Haze.
Admission before 10 PM is free; after 10 PM, it’s $5 per person.
Get out your ice skates and hockey sticks!
This Saturday, Sunday, and Monday, the Worcester Common Oval is hosting the Worcester Winter Classic Pond Hockey Tournament.
Sign up your favorite hockey player for a thrilling game. Gear up for some friendly competition and register as a player this weekend.
This weekend is going to be so sweet!
Join Hebert Candies at 574 Hartford Turnpike in Shrewsbury for a Kids Candy Workshop.
All participants will make two candy crafts and then take a trip through the ice cream sundae bar with their choice of ice cream with over 30 toppings to choose from.
The is price is $10.95 per person and registration is required.
Looking for some healthy options in the city?
Check out the Vegan Nest on 6 Waldo Street every Saturday for their Veganuary Food and Film Fest.
The Vegan Nest will help you stay dedicated to your New Year’s Resolutions by providing free access to recipes, meal plans, resources, and even health consultations to achieve your health and wellness goals!
Knockout your opponents this Saturday!
It’s not a sports contest, but a video game competition!
Talented video game players are invited to participate in the Mortal Kombat 11 Tournament at Save Point Tavern.
The entry fee for all competitors is $10, which contributes to the prize pool. Spectators can cheer for their favorite players and enjoy the bar and menu!
A horror classic is returning to the theater with a twist!
Stephen King’s Carrie will be transformed once again into a musical play.
Carrie will be performed for the first time since 1988 at WPI’s Vox Musical Theater at 100 Institute Road this Friday and Saturday at 7:30 PM.
Reserve your tickets and see the show that has not been performed in three decades!
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