5 Great Ways to Spend Your Weekend in Worcester

 by Heather CameronOctober 22, 2021

It’s nearing the end of October! Halloween is almost here! How will you spend your weekend?

Spend less time on electronic devices or looking at screens. Instead, reconnect with your community with fun all over the city.

Inspire yourself to have a great time with ThisWeekinWorcester.com's list of five fun events happening in Worcester. Get into the spooky spirit with early Halloween festivities or activities to highlight the fall harvest! 


Make your night frightfully fun! 

Stay out late this Saturday for a chilling ride through the woods. Get scared silly at Grafton's Haunted Woods Hayride at Brigham's Hill Road.

For $15 per adult and $10 per children, take the whole family through the forest of fear. 


Put junk in your trunk for Fitchburg's trunk or treat event! 

Drive over with your little ghosts and ghouls to 166 Boulder Drive in Fitchburg.

This Saturday from 12 PM  to 3 PM, indulge everyone's cravings with sweet opportunities like trunk or treating with the kids, food trucks, a villain meet and greet, and more! 


October is a great month for the fall harvest!

Enjoy the taste of seasonal fruits and vegetables at the Regional Environmental Council's (REC) University Park Farmer's Market. The market opens at 9 AM. SNAP, HIP, cash, or credit is accepted. 


Celebrate Halloween early this year!

Get spooky this Saturday at Douglas Orchards and Farms' Halloween Festival. The day is booked with fun from 1 PM to 5:30 PM.

Get excited for Halloween Scavenger Hunts, goodie bags for children, a pet photo and costume contest,  and more!  


Hops complement exercise and beer, so have both this weekend! 

Join Tackle Box Brewing Company this Saturday for a one-hour yoga class.

From 11 AM to 12 PM, participate in a yoga class designed for all levels. Tickets are $20 and include one free drink from tap. 

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