5 Great Ways to Spend Your Weekend in Worcester

 by Heather CameronSeptember 10, 2021

The work week is almost over! Put away the office supplies and work and get ready to have fun this weekend. 

ThisWeekinWorcester.com has your list of five entertaining events popping up in the city this Saturday and Sunday. 

Call up your friends and take over the town! Stay out late at a local drive-in or go out for Ladies Night! 

 

Find the perfect gift for every occasion at North Brookfield's Harvest Craft Fair!

This Saturday and Sunday from 10 AM to 4 PM, local artisans and crafters will be lining up to sell their goods.

This event is expecting a number of new crafters, so stop by to browse the hand-made wares. 

 

Take a trip to the museum! 

This Saturday enjoy free admission to the Museum of Russian Icons in Clinton on their Olde Home Day.

Visit the museum between 11 AM and 5 PM for guided tours of the museum, view exhibits dedicated to the museum founder, and treat your kids to drop-in crafts. 

 

Round up all your friends for a movie night!

This Saturday at 7 PM, the Southbridge Business Partnership will be hosting a Carpool cinema night at the Southbridge Hotel and Conference Center. The conference center is transforming into a drive-in movie theater. For only $5 per car, watch the iconic movie "Big," starring Tom Hanks. 

 

Make this Saturday Ladies Night! 

Get the gals together and head over to 100 Barber Ave in Worcester - The Great Hall at Higgins Armory.

This event is created by women for women. You and your friends are invited to support 70 local woman owned businesses while enjoying live music, comedy, swag bags, and much more! 

 

Support a great cause and have fun this weekend! 

Wag your tail over to the Pet Rock Festival at 244 Worcester Street in North Grafton.

This annual event will be held from 12 PM to 5 PM and it will put the spotlight on the animal welfare organizations of New England that works hard to promote kindness to animals. Get involved and have fun participating in the Air disc dog team, live music, the Rescue Groups and Shelters Pet Parade, and much more.

Tickets at the door are $12 for adults, and $5 for kids 12 and under

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