Are you tired of the same old routine? Make new plans this Saturday and Sunday to shake up your schedule.
ThisWeekinWorcester.com has your list of five great events happening in the city. Stay safe and go out for local entertainment that will make your weekend unique.
Spend your weekend celebrating a whimsical holiday, listening to live music, or making memories with your family.
This Saturday is National Unicorn Day!
Celebrate by galloping over to the Farm at Summitwynds to see actual unicorns! Visit the Farm of Summitwynds for photo opportunities with Jazzy and Cupid, the unicorns, as well as their cute goats, sheeps, chickens, and horses.
Your first ticket costs $20 and it includes a goodie bag and parking. The next tickets for your family will cost $5. Unicorn rides are an additional $5.
Enjoy the 70 degree weather this Saturday out on the patio!
Greater Good Imperial Brewing Company is serving up drinks and live entertainment. Sing along to Hit the Bus this Saturday from 6 PM to 9 PM.
Make your Sunday hot by visiting the ice!
Join the Worcester Railers this Sunday from 11:30 AM to 5 PM for their Pink in the Rink Mite Jamboree. This event is presented by RAMPCO and it is in celebration of a successful youth hockey season. Generously donated prize baskets will be up for auction.
Proceeds will go towards the Cup Crusaders, a walking team for Breast Cancer 3-Day and Susan G. Komen for the Cure.
Kick off the weekend with an exciting kick-off to spring event!
Get ready for a good time this Sunday at Apex Entertainment in Marlborough
From 12 PM to 4 PM, join in on family fun with balloon animals, visits from superheroes and princesses, and a meet and greet from Emmy award-winning motivational speaker, Rudy Ruettiger. After a full day, stop next door at the Phatom restaurant for delicious food and drink specials.
Get into the groove!
You are sure to be dancing this Saturday at Vincent's in Worcester.
From 6 PM to 9 PM, enjoy the live music out back at Vincent's during their Hip Swayers Drink and Sway Saturday!
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