5 Great Ways to Spend Your Weekend in Worcester

 by Heather CameronOctober 21, 2022
Last Updated October 21, 2022 11:21 AM

The work week is long, so make your weekend feel longer! Cherish every minute this Saturday and Sunday.

Make finding weekend plans easy by looking at ThisWeekinWorcester.com's list of five memorable events happening near you.

Relax this Saturday and Sunday in your own way. Get into the Halloween mood with baking classes or festivals, or find family friendly fun your children will love. 

 

Do you want to go to a birthday party even though it’s not your birthday?

Head over to Clayground Paint Your Own Pottery Studio this Saturday from 3 PM to 5 PM.

How do you celebrate an un-birthday? Pizza, Cake, and Painting with friends! Parents, drop kids off and they’ll handle the rest!

A $30 admission fee includes pizza, cake, and one party piece of your choice. This is an event for ages 7 and up!

 

Give yourself a treat, not a trick this weekend! 

Decorate some spooky and delicious sugar cookies this Sunday! Join Liz at Elizabeth's Custom Bakes in Charlton for a Halloween Cookie Decorating class this Sunday from 11 AM to 1:30 PM.

You'll leave class with a great understanding of the basics of royal icing, and a great royal icing recipe! The best part, you get to take home your cookie set to show your family how well you did! Everything you'll need is provided at class including the cookies!

 

Make your Autumn awesome! 

Pick fun activities for you and your family! Celebrate the fall season this Sunday at the Southwick's Zoo! Southwick's Zoo is hosting Harvest Fest from 10 AM to 5 PM. 

This is a 21+ event and features vendors, live music, food, and a beer garden. Events, live music, and vendor access are included with zoo admission.

 

Get in the spooky spirit! 

Halloween is coming early this Saturday at Douglas Orchard and Farm. Starting at 11 AM, the farm is hosting their Halloween Festival. Everyone including dogs should come in costume!

Some events include a scavenger hunt, dog parade, and live music. There will be oxen, miniature donkeys, vendors and food by the Barre Patch. Cash Entry fee is $5 per person 12 years and older. Kids 11 and younger get in free!

 

Think like Sherlock Holmes! 

You are invited to a thrilling and chilling dinner this weekend. Join Samuel Slater's restaurant in Webster for their Murder Mystery Dinner. Get caught in the drama, solve the mystery, and eat amazing food!

This year's theme is pirates! Dinner starts at 5 PM and it will include salad, main course (selection of 1), and dessert.

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