5 Great Ways to Spend Your Weekend in Worcester

 by Heather CameronFebruary 20, 2021

There were so many exciting events this week - February school vacation and Mardi Gras! Keep the celebrations going this weekend for the whole family.

ThisWeekinWorcester.com has a list of five fun events that will entertain all the people in your life. Whether you go out or stay inside this weekend, the party doesn’t have to stop! Have a blast this weekend with a masquerade ball for the little ones, a paint party for the adults, and even a shindig for your furry companions. 


Your children can end their February vacation as princes and princesses! 

This Saturday at 6:30 PM, your child is invited to spend the evening with royalty at the Virtual Royal Princess Masquerade Ball.

Hosted by Ice Queen Princess Parties, this ball will feature dancing, games, and performances. Children are encouraged to dress in royal outfits and ball gowns!

Tickets cost $10 with $5 for each additional child in the family. 


Animal Adventures in Bolton is asking ‘whooo’ wants to go wild this weekend? 

Join Animal Adventures this Saturday for their Owl Handling class! In this class, you will learn about the owls at Animal Adventures and you will even have the opportunity to hold an owl!

Make sure to bring your camera to capture the exciting moment. Tickets are $50. 


Add some color to your weekend!

With Artful Nights Maine’s Virtual Online Paint Party, you can enjoy all the colors of winter! Paint along with artist, Nicole White, in order to create a winter's night filled with color.

This event is free and will be posted on Facebook as well as YouTube. 


Wag your tails for a pup-ular Mardi Gras event! 

Dogtown Dance Theatre is treating you and your furry friends to their virtual bash, Dogtown Brings New Orleans to Your Living Room!

Celebrate Mardi Gras with virtual performances by your favorite Dogtown dance artists! The show airs at 7 PM this Saturday.

Tickets are $7.99, so raise the “woof” this Saturday!


Brighten up your child's weekend with an activity that combines science and art! 

This Sunday, from 10:30 AM to 11 AM, turn your ordinary crayons into a science experiment with Nauticus' online event, Melt the Rainbow: Curious Kids STEM-ulating activities.

This craft invites your children to melt down crayons to create a poster to honor black history month!

The event is free, but you must register ahead of time for access to the Zoom link. 

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