The days are starting to get shorter, but the weekend fun is not slowing down. Fall fun continues in Worcester all weekend long.
Spooky events start early with local Halloween spectaculars to scare and entertain all ages!
ThisWeekinWorcester.com has your list of five fantastic weekend events to keep you falling for fall. Savor everything about the season and acknowledge fall with all kinds of fun. Attend a Halloween party at your home or in the city, listen to an exciting genre of music, or smile for a photo this weekend!
Halloween is coming early this weekend!
Celebrate a week early this Saturday at Spirit Central on 47 SW Cutoff in Worcester.
From 4:30 PM to 9:30 PM, treat your children to a frightfully fun night! This event includes two haunted walks, a bounce house, trampolines and obstacle courses, Halloween themed games, trick or treating, and more!
Admission to this event is $15 per person and you must reserve your spot in advance. Masks are required along with all COVID-19 guidelines.
You are invited to the spookiest party of the weekend! And it helps raise money for a good cause!
Gear up for the holiday by attending a virtual Halloween Bash hosted by the Children's Tumor Foundation. This event is being hosted across the nation and it will entertain people from Massachusetts to California!
You will love learning mixology with Coast to Coast Cocktails and much more with hosts Jonathan Sadowski and Michael Silver.
It's suggested that you donate $25 to the event, which will benefit the Children's Tumor Foundation.
Find Fall fun near you!
This Sunday from 10 AM to 5 PM, Southwick's Zoo is celebrating the season with their Harvest Fest event. The event is included in zoo admission, but it features much more than an everyday trip to the zoo.
Visitors will enjoy live music, craft vendors, educational presentations, and more! Make sure to reserve your Harvest Fest tickets ahead of time!
Represent your city!
Worcester is celebrating its unique identity and diversity this Sunday from 11 AM to 2 PM. The City of Worcester's Cultural Division will host two outdoor photoshoot sessions for their "I AM WORCESTER" project.
The I AM WORCESTER project draws attention to the everyday individuals who make up this city. Worcester residents are invited to register for one of the photo sessions.
Enjoy live music at home!
This Saturday from 4 PM to 5:30 PM tap your feet to a new musical genre.
The Phantom and The Illharmonic Orchestra will combine hip-hop with orchestral music. These performers have taken the stage at Carnegie Hall, the Kennedy Center, and the Kimmel Center.
Access to the event link can be purchased for $9.99