5 Great Ways to Spend Your Weekend in Worcester

 by Heather CameronNovember 26, 2021

It’s the weekend after a big holiday and shopping, but Thanksgiving is now leftovers and you may be feeling tired after Black Friday. Get some down time this weekend to rest after an eventful week!

ThisWeekinWorcester.com has your list of five fun events planned for this weekend that will bring a smile to your face. Say goodbye to one holiday and welcome the next ones this Saturday and Sunday! 

Find entertaining events near you to relax after Thanksgiving. Get into a new holiday spirit with fun for everyone! 

Find the fastest route to fun this weekend! 

Feel the holiday spirit this Saturday from 6 PM to 8 PM at Southbridge's Holiday Parade and Tree Lighting

The parade will be starting at Mechanic Street and ending at Crystal Street.

At 6:30 PM, you can visit Santa. You will also be able to get cocoa, cookies, kettlecorn, and more, while listening to the Southbridge Middle School chorus perform.  


Start decorating for Christmas!

Join the Gypsy Rose in Oxford for their DIY Fresh Tree Decor class! 

This Saturday from 4 PM to 6 PM, decorate a tabletop-sized tree in a traditional style. Tickets are $65 per person.  


Look forward to Holiday shopping after Black Friday Holiday! 

This Sunday, visit Honey Bee Orchard in West Brookfield for their Holiday Gift Market.  The market opens at noon.

Find unique gifts and holiday decorations while savoring hot apple cider and cocoa. Finish your experience with family fun with their craft and activity stations.  


Holiday cheer is in the air! 

You can start holiday celebrations by enjoying a performance by the Trans-Siberian Orchestra this weekend!

Listen to classic holiday hits presented in a fresh and entertaining way this Saturday at 8 PM at the DCU Center in Worcester. Tickets start at $45.50. 


Shop locally this Saturday, Small Business Saturday!

 Annie's Book Stop of Worcester at 65 James Street is holding its first event since the pandemic! Join them this Saturday for an event that rocks. The Worcester Mineral Club brings gems to Annie's for Small Business Saturday!

The club has over 300 members of all ages interested in minerals, gems, fossils, jewelry-making and much more.

Learn about the club, and find out more about minerals every hour from 1 PM to 4 PM.


Lead image: Trans-Siberian Orchestra/Facebook


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