5 Great Ways to Spend Your Weekend in Worcester

 by Heather CameronDecember 3, 2021

On the fourth and fifth day of December, Worcester gave to me - an entire weekend of fun! 

We hope you are ready for the holidays! Worcester and its surrounding towns are brightening up Saturday and Sunday with tree lightings, holiday strolls, and shopping opportunities.

How will you spend your weekend? Get your full weekend lineup with this list from ThisWeekinWorcester.com! 

 

Spend your weekend walking through a winter wonderland!

Visit the Canal District in Worcester for the Canal District Holiday Stroll. The Canal District is one of the most walkable neighborhoods in Worcester, and your walk is going to be even more exciting this Saturday from 11 AM to 8 PM. 

Many restaurants and businesses,  like Bedlam Book Café, the Queen's Cups, Worcester Wares, and many more will be featuring discounts, raffles, or even free giveaways. 

The Kelley Square tree lighting will take place at 5 PM. 

 

Whittle away the hours this Saturday!

Try your hand at a new hobby this weekend at Whittling Demo by artist Mark Brown at Artisans at Polly in Sutton. 

Stop by during Chain of Lights this Saturday any time from 10 AM to 4PM to observe and be amazed by an old art form. 

 

Start the celebrations early this year!

It may be the beginning of December, but it’s never too soon to think about the holidays. 

Join the town of Spencer for their Christmas Parade. The Town of Spencer Holiday Committee will put on quite a show this Saturday from 7 PM to 10 PM. The parade route starts at David Prouty High School. 

 

Santa Paws is coming to town! 

All your pets' tails will be wagging for the best Christmas card opportunity of the season.

Join the Friends of Charlton Animal Shelter for their Pet Photos with Santa event this Saturday from 9 AM to 1 PM. 

 

Get into shape this weekend while skipping the workout!

Pro Shaper Sheet Metal in Charlton will be holding a Metal Shaping Class for all levels from December 3 to December 6.

This 4-day class costs $799, hundreds of dollars cheaper than classes in January. Work on classic car panels to learn paneling, welding, stretching, shrinking, and patching.

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