10 Great Things To Do In Worcester This Weekend
Thursday, June 11, 2015
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This weekend's events include a pair of comedy shows, a farmer's market, bird watching, live music, a custom car show, a photography exhibit, open mic and much more.
From Friday thru Sunday, experience a great weekend and get to know what the city of Worcester has to offer at the Worcester Center for Crafts, Tower Hill Botanic Garden, Nu Cafe, Old Sturbridge Village, the DCU Center and the Worcester Art Museum.
Have a wonderful weekend.
Here's the list of 10 great things to do this weekend:
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Friday Morning Birds
414 Massasoit Avenue, Worcester, MA 01604
Free for Mass Audubon Adult Members, $5 Adult Non-members
This early morning adventure travels through the Broad Meadow Brook Conservation Center and Wildlife Sanctuary in the search for a diverse range of birds. During this walk both migratory and resident birds should be visible.
More information can be found here.
Friday: Auntie Trainwreck
9pm -1 AM
Greendale's Pub at 404 W Boylston St, Worcester, MA 01606
21+ and $5 cover charge
This late night event at Greendale’s pub features local artist Auntie Trainwreck. Come to experience Classic Rock, Blues, Alternative, and Party favorites from Auntie Trainwreck.
Friday: Africa's Children of Arms
Worcester Art Museum
11 am – 5 pm
55 Salisbury Street, Worcester, MA 01609
Free with Museum Admission of $14 per adult and runs all weekend
This photography exhibit at the Worcester Art Museum created by Marcus Bleasdale, Robin Hammond, and Andre Lambertson displays the life of former child soldiers in Africa as they try to change the direction of their lives.
Saturday: Hot Import Nights
DCU Center- Arena and Convention Center
50 Foster Street, Worcester, MA 01608
COST: $25; $20 with Flyer; Children under 3 feet are free
This Hot Import Nights will be showcasing over 200 custom show cars, models, live entertainment, and sneakers at the DCU Center.
Saturday: Raku Firing Days
Worcester Center for Crafts
25 Sagamore Road, Worcester, MA 01605
Cost: $144 workshop fee (Runs both Saturday and Sunday)
After a 2 hour explanation of the process and its capabilities, participants can glaze their bisqueware in this open, hands-on workshop.
Saturday: Introduction to Zentangle
Tower Hill Botanic Garden
11 French Drive, Boylston, MA 01505
Cost: Member: $45. Non-member: $55.
This one-day, introductory course is designed to teach the basic process and methodology of Zentangle. Each participant will be assisted in constructing two of their own Zentangle pieces by the end of the day.
Sunday: Hugh's Your Daddy
Calliope Productions Inc
150 Main Street, Boylston, MA 01505
Cost: $18 Regular, $15 Student/Senior
This Theatre performance is a comedy by Matthew Cory. In this play the main character Hubert encounters a new law stating that adult children of sperm donors can now track down their fathers and even claim years of past child support from them, and consequently comedy ensues.
Make your reservation here.
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