All the Things You Need to Do this Weekend in Worcester

All the Things You Need to Do this Weekend in Worcester

Happy October, Worcester! 

Spend this weekend savoring all the joys of fall including football, seasonal draft beers, and family friendly events!

 

Celebrate two weeks of Oktoberfest! 

From now until October 14, enjoy an Oktoberfest beer and a special meal at Brew City. With German food served after 4 PM and over 40 types of draft beers, Brew City is festive for Oktoberfest.

Brew City proclaims itself as the city’s best beer bar, so grab a seat and order an Oktoberfest beer. 

For any questions about Oktoberfest, click here.

Make some History! 

This Saturday, Oct. 5, take a walking tour in Worcester at Salisbury Mansion’s Walk the Street of Revolutionary Worcester event. From 11 AM to 12 PM, learn about Worcester’s role in the American Revolution and visit the places where history was made. Tours are $10.00 and limited to only 12 people, so reserve your place by calling 508-753-8278. 

For more information, go here. 

 

Feel good vibrations every Saturday Night at Vibrations Nightclub!

Vibrations Nightclub, located at 109 Water Street, hosts a Saturday Night Dance Party every Saturday night. Advertised as Worcester’s newest nightclub, Vibrations features two full bars, tasty drink specials, and no cover charge before 10 PM. The nightclub opens at 8 PM and all club goers must be 21 or older for entry. 

To find out more about Vibrations, go here

 

Sundays and Football are the heart of the fall season!

Root for the New England Patriots with the most enthusiastic supporters of the team , the Patriots cheerleaders. From 12 PM to 2 PM on Sunday, October 6, the Patriots cheerleaders will be at the Beer Garden in Worcester, which is on 64 Franklin Street. Stop by for the meet and greet this Sunday! 

For more information, visit here.

Your weekend will be epic! 

The Worcester Art Museum [WAM] is partnering up with the Worcester County Poetry Association to present a public performance of the ancient epic of Gilgamesh.

The retelling of this historic and poetic piece takes place at the Worcester Art Museum on Sunday, Oct. 6 from 2 PM to 3 PM. To make this event even better, it also falls on the museum’s Free First Sunday! 

For more details about the performance, go here. 

 

In addition to the Worcester Art Museum [WAM], the Museum of Russian Icons in Clinton is also featuring free admission to their museum this Sunday.

Study Russian culture, art, and history from 11 AM to 5 PM. The museum is also planning a drop-in craft courtesy of the Nypro Foundation. 

For more information about the museum, take a look at their website.


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    Heather Cameron is a graduate of Worcester State University with a Bachelor's degree in English and Education and a Master's degree in English. She is an adaptable writer and has worked with multiple genres including literary analyses, book critiques, ethnographies, how-to-guides, and an extensive Master's thesis that focused on the field of journalism. She is excited to contribute to a news source that concentrates on a city that holds many wonderful memories for her.