The last weekend of September is here!
Before the month is officially over, ThisWeekinWorcester.com has six ways to send off September!
The weekend is looking bright at Hyperglow Worcester!
Advertised as “America’s Largest Glow Party,” Hyperglow is a high energy dance party that is totally lit up by ultra violet glow.
The party features electronic dance music, body painting, and live entertainers, including dancers, aerialists, and more. Hyperglow will be hosted at the Worcester Palladium on Saturday, Sept. 28 at 8 PM.
Be the life of the party and get your tickets here.
Have a ball at the Victoria and Albert Ball at Mechanics Hall!
The Victoria and Albert Ball is a recreation of a grand, European 19th century ball. Set in the mid-1800s, guests are invited to wear costumes from the time period or modern formal wear. The decadent ball starts at 7 PM on Saturday and for anyone who may not be familiar with 19th century moves, some of the dances will be taught at the venue.
Tickets are priced at $40 and can be purchased here.
Teachers are getting a treat this weekend!
This Saturday, teachers are being offered free admission to the Southwick Zoo in Mendon. All teachers must show their MTA card or school ID at the zoo’s entrance in order to claim their free admission.
Teachers, get in touch with your wild side! For more information, click here.
Watch a battle of creativity at Wormtown Brewery!
Teams of Worcester filmmakers have entered the filmmaking competition, made their own original films, and have edited them for Worcester’s Film Wars 4.
Wormtown Brewery is saying “action!” this Saturday at 7 PM to launch their premiere night. All people 18 and older are invited to attend. Make sure to bring some chairs for this event and take a seat to watch the show!
For more information about Film Wars 4, click here.
Get out your beer stein!
The Gardner Ale House Moon Hill Brewing Co. on 74 Parker Street, Gardner MA is hosting their 14th Annual Oktoberfest: “Party in the Street.”
The party begins at 11 AM and lasts until 10 PM. In the spirit of Oktoberfest, there will be a German beer garden, authentic German food, festival style food like popcorn and cotton candy, and live music. Entrance to the fest is completely free and it is open to all members of the family.
For a schedule of the events, click here.
The grill will be blazing at Wachusett Mountain’s 10th annual BBQ Fest!
Enjoy some delicious barbecue Saturday, September 27 and Sunday, September 28 from 11 AM to 5 PM.
Savor some tasty food, vote on the best chili or pulled pork, swig some beer, sign up for a tattoo contest, and listen to live entertainment. BBQ Fest is full of fun for the whole family.
Take a look at ticket pricing here.
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