5 Fun Family Friendly Things to Do this Week in Greater Worcester

There's lots of fun happening in Worcester the week of May 20 - 26

By Noelle Monaghan - Worcester Macaroni KID Publisher April 15, 2024

Every week, Macaroni KID Worcester shares five things to do with your kids in Worcester & Beyond over the coming weekend. 

Here is Macaroni KID Worcester's picks for the five things to do in the Worcester area with kids from May 20 - 26. Click on the links for all the details!

1. Duck & Rabbit ABC Watercolor Storytime (Shrewsbury)

Calling all cadets! Join Author-Illustrator and Air Force Spouse Jennifer Freeland for watercolor painting, interactive storytime, and a craft for her new book Duck & Rabbit ABC military adventure/Pato y Conejo ABC aventura militar. For kids ages 3+. This is a token program. FREE. Drop in event. Tuesday, May 21 from 4:30-5:30pm at the Shrewsbury Public Library.

2. Board Game Day

Join us to have some fun, make new friends, and learn a new board game. Suggested ages 6-11. Wednesday, May 22nd at 3:30-4:30pm at the Great Brook Valley Branch Library in Worcester. Free. Drop in.

3. STEAM & Stories

In this storytime we will build early math and science skills through books, activities, and art. Each week we have a different topic to explore. Suggested for ages 3-5 with a caregiver. Friday, May 24th at 10:30-11:15am at Worcester Public Library. Drop in. Free.

4. Imagination Station (Westborough)

Drop in on Saturdays, between 10am - 12:30pm, to have some fun doing a variety of creative activities! We might be building with Lego bricks, making upcycled crafts, or playing with something else - come and be surprised! No Registration Needed.  Kids of all ages* are welcome with a caregiver nearby. *Ages 6 and under must be actively supervised by a caregiver. Saturday, May 25th from 10am-12:30pm at the Westborough Public Library. Drop in. Free.

5. Cyanotype Workshop at the YouthGROW Farm - Drop-In!

Join us at the REC to learn the art of cyanotype. Cyanotype is a printing process that uses the power of sunlight to create images. Using cut plant material from the YouthGROW farm, participants will explore this art form to create beautiful original works of flower/plant art on fabric. Participants will have time to create two fabric prints. Saturday, May 25th starting at 2pm at the Regional Environmental Council. Register in advance. Free.


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