5 Great Ways to Spend Your Weekend in Worcester

 by Heather CameronJanuary 7, 2022

It's the first weekend of 2022! Make the first week of the new year memorable with fun all over the Worcester area. 

Have you been scratching your head, wondering how you will make this year unique? Take a look at ThisWeekinWorcester.com's list of five exciting events happening this weekend. 

Stick to your New Year's Resolutions or set put for a new experience this Saturday and Sunday. Learn interesting skills in a class or participate in a new experience to start 2022. 

Craft your own broom!

This Saturday from 2 PM to 5:30 PM, sign up for a unique class! The Enchanted Gift Loft in Oxford will be offering a Craft your own Broom Class.

All materials including handles and accessories will be supplied. The class is limited and costs $100 for each person. 

Enjoy a great meal with captivating entertainment!

The Duck in Sturbridge is serving up food and fun this weekend.

This Saturday from 7 PM to 10 PM, pull out a chair to watch the performers, Fox and the Dragon.  They will be covering all your favorite songs. 

Keep your furry friends safe!

Timberyard Brewing Company in East Brookfield is inviting all animal lovers to join them for a Pet First Aid and CPR class.

Four Footed Family Pet First Aid and CPR Training will be at Timberyard to hold a two session class on January 8 and January 9 from 1 PM to 4 PM. Participants will learn ways to check your pet's vitals, proper handling strategies, the style of CPR suitable for your pets, and much more.

The class costs $80 and certificates will be earned for completing it. 

Start on the right foot this year!

Are you looking for direction in life at the start of 2022? Find some answers with Spiritual Guidance and Healing's News Year's Guidance Readings.

Head on over to 306 Main Street in Douglas for a 12-month calendar reading to see what each month has in store for you. Sessions are $40 for 30 minutes.

Do you miss the 80's?

Relive your nostalgia this Saturday. Tackle Box Brewing Company in Marlborough will be hosting their Retro Future Nights this Saturday from 7 PM to 10 PM.

The DJ will be playing three hours of innovative music called Synthwave, which takes inspiration from sounds and images from films, video games,, and music from the 1980's. 

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