Here are 5 Great Ways to Spend Your Weekend in Worcester

by | Oct 2, 2020 | Entertainment, Events, Headlines

Say goodbye to September and welcome October with flair. Spend the first few days of October filling up your calendar with fantastic entertainment. 

ThisWeekinWorcester.com has your list for the events going on in Worcester this weekend! 

You have your selection of fun opportunities you can join through your electronic devices or in person. Start your October with excitement by getting dressed up and staying for a costume party, treating yourself to a brewer’s special, or solving the case in a murder mystery this weekend! 

 

Get dressed up for a cause! 

This Saturday from 5 PM to 9 PM, the Edward M. Kennedy Community Health Center is holding a virtual Roaring 20’s Costume Party and Awards Event.

The online bash has been planned to celebrate health equity and it has arranged amazing entertainment to jam pack their party for hours. 

Guests can look forward to music by Niki Luparelli and the Gold Diggers. They will also be featuring comedy by Cindy Gray. Tickets for this virtual event are free and you will be able to find the link to join on their website. 

 

I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream! 

Stop by Wormtown Brewery this Saturday from 4 PM to 8 PM for some delicious ice cream!

The Batch Ice Cream Truck is parking outside of the brewery, scooping up a tasty treat to pair with your favorite beers! 

 

Contribute to a good cause at Greater Good Imperial Brewing Company! 

Greater Good Brewing Company is holding an Ante Up for Autism event.

This event is hosted by HMEA, Inc and it will take place throughout the full month of October. When you visit the brewing company, you can choose to add $2 to your bill as a donation to HMEA’s Autism Research Central. The opportunity is available during their operating hours, so raise a glass for a great cause. 

 

Sign up for the exciting lawn game event of the season! 

This Sunday at noon get your throwing arm ready. The Hitchin’ Post located at Saugus Place in Worcester is hosting a corn hole tournament.

Assemble your team; it costs $25 to sign up and you will be competing to win a cash prize! 

 

Channel your inner Sherlock Holmes this weekend! 

This Saturday from 7 PM to 9 PM, the Prince William County Historic Preservation Division has arranged a murder mystery night called Murder at Rippon Lodge. This event is virtual and you can access the Zoom meeting link by purchasing a $10 ticket. This virtual murder mystery event is only for mature audiences and it is not appropriate for children. 


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Heather Cameron is a graduate of Worcester State University with a Bachelor's degree in English and Education and a Master's degree in English. She is an adaptable writer and has worked with multiple genres including literary analyses, book critiques, ethnographies, how-to-guides, and an extensive Master's thesis that focused on the field of journalism. She is excited to contribute to a news source that concentrates on a city that holds many wonderful memories for her.