10 Great Things to do in Worcester This Weekend - January 12, 2018

Friday, January 12, 2018
GoLocalWorcester Lifestyle Team

There is still a ton of snow on the ground, but there are plenty of great events going on across Worcester to keep you entertained. 

This weekend’s events include a curling demonstration at the Worcester Common Oval ice rink, Auntie Trainwreck’s first concert of 2018 and much more.

To help you figure out which event to go to and when, GoLocalWorcester has put together a complete guide of what to do and when in the slideshow below. 

See the Great Things to do in Worcester This Weekend in the Slideshow Below

  • January 12

    Art Cart: Classical Europe & Asia at Worcester Art Museum 

    Learn about and create Greco-Roman mosaics. Or color your own Mandala. One or more of these activities will be available.

    The event goes from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. 

    Click here for more information 

     
  • January 12

    Glassblowing Floppy Bowls at New Street Glass Studio 

    After learning the safety and studio etiquette rules, students will watch a brief demonstration of this 2000-year-old art before diving in and making their very own floppy bowl from glass gathered out of a 2100-degree furnace. Students will choose their own colors and instructors will guide the class through the steps from gathering to applying colors, from blowing out the bubble to spinning it open to create each unique floppy shape. No experience is necessary. 

    The event goes from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. 

    Click here for more information 

     
  • January 12

    Auntie Trainwreck's First Show of 2018 at Club KasBar 

    Don't miss out on Auntie Trainwreck's first show of 2018 at Club KasBar. 

    Join them for Classic Rock, Blues, Alt Rock and Party Favorites that will have you dancing all night. 

    The show goes from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. 

    Click here for more information 


     

     
  • January 12

    Dick Doherty's Beantown Comedy Escape

    Get some laughing into your Friday night. Get to Park Grille and Spirits and make your way to the comedy room and enjoy a great night of laughs.

    The show starts at 8 p.m. and goes to 12 a.m.

    Click here for more information.

     
  • January 13

    Curling Demonstration at Worcester Common Oval 

    Watch professionals from three local clubs compete in a friendly exhibition game with play-by-play narration. 

    Following the exhibition game, the public will be invited onto the ice to try this fun Olympic sport. 

    The demonstration goes from noon to 2 p.m. 

    Click here for more information 

     
  • January 13

    The Flock of A#$Hole's 80's Bash at The Dance Ranch

    This is the make-up date for the December show that got snowed out.

    Be sure to join the Flock of A-holes as they rock out at the Dance Ranch on Saturday night. 

    The concert goes from 8:15 p.m. to 1 am. 

    Click here for more information 

     
  • January 13

    Zumba at Worcester Public Library 

    Zumba is an hour-long, high energy, calorie-burning fitness class that uses pop and Latin music to create a dance-party atmosphere.

    Zumba classes are for ages 12 and older. Wearing work-out clothes and sneakers are recommended. And remember to bring water

    The class goes from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. 

    Click here for more information 

     
  • January 14

    Sunday Public Tour at Worcester Art Museum 

    Take a tour of the Worcester Art Museum and check out all the incredible works of art that it houses. 

    The tour begins in the Lancaster Welcome Center and is FREE with museum admission. 

    Click here for more information

     
  • January 14

    Coming Away: Winslow Homer and England at Worcester Art Museum 

    Developed around two iconic Homer paintings-WAM's The Gale (1883-93) and the Milwaukee Art Museum's Hark! The Lark (1882)-the exhibition "Coming Away: Winslow Homer and England" explores the artist's time in Cullercoats, England, in 1881 and 1882. Jointly coordinated by Worcester and Milwaukee, the exhibition features the most comprehensive group of oils made during or emerging directly from Homer's time abroad. Shown alongside comparative paintings by English artists, these works complicate our understanding of Homer's art as purely American in subject and style. 

    Click here for more information 

     
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