It Is Officially Summer! Now, What To Do On These Final Days Of June

Outdoor concerts in the park, art exhibits, and must-see shows—these end of June events right here in Worcester are not to be missed. 

It Is Officially Summer! Now, What To Do On These Final Days Of June

It's here! Summer Solstice has arrived, and for those of you eager to get those beach balls rolling, we're here to show you that these final days of June are just a taste of the sun-soaked, vacation days that have yet to come.

From family-friendly concerts in the park, to readings by a world renowned medium and TV personality—we highly recommend these events found only in Worcester through the end of the month of June.

 

Concerts, Shows and Celebrations 

 

Worcester Youth Center's 25th Anniversary

At Redemption Rock Brewing Company
Sunday, June 23 from 2-7pm
Features: Nostalgic field day activities and summer flatbreads by NOMS.
Admission includes a beer and a commemorative glass.

www.redemptionrock.beer

 

Park Spirit Summer Concert Series

Elm Park
138 Russell St.
June 27 - Aug. 1
Features: Live music every Saturday afternoon.

www.parkspirit.org

 

Out To Lunch Summer Concert Series

Worcester City Common
455 Main St.
June 20-Aug. 22
Thursdays from 11am to 2pm
Features: Live music and vendors

www.worcesterma.gov

 

Make Music Day 2019

June 21, 11am-8pm
Features: Free music performances all over the city.

www.makemusicday.org/worcester

 

Bigger Dipper Ice Cream Festival and Abilityfest Walk

Saturday June 22 9:30am – 5:30pm
This event is for people of all abilities and features a one-mile walk, all-you-can-eat
ice cream, entertainment, and plenty more! The proceeds from this event will benefit
Children’s Friend services for children and families in Worcester, as well as
Community Connections for people with disabilities supported by Seven Hills.
Worcester’s Elm Park
9:30am Walk Registration
10:30am Walk Begins
11:00am Ice Cream Festival

www.sevenhills.org/biggerdipper

 

Art Exhibits 

 

Unwoven Journeys

Through Saturday, June 29, 5-8 p.m.
Worcester Pop Up
20 Franklin St.
UnWoven Journeys features three local art initiatives—Healing Fibers, Refugee
Artisans of Worcester and Sisters in Stitches Joined by the Cloth—and their colorful
works, including quilting, visual arts and crafts, and performances.
This event is free and open to the public.

www.worcesterpopup.org

 

Visions of Nature

Through Sunday, June 30, 1-4pm
The Sprinkler Factory, Gallery 2
38 Harlow St.
A group show of visions of the natural world curated by Piya Samant, featuring a variety of artists.
Admission is free.

www.sprinklerfactory.com

 

Natura

Through Sunday, June 30, 1-4 p.m.
The Sprinkler Factory, Gallery 1
38 Harlow St.
An exhibition using wood fiber rope.
Admission is free.

www.sprinklerfactory.com

 

Shows

 

Tyler Henry: The Hollywood Medium

Friday, June 21, 8 p.m.
The Hanover Theatre for the Performing
Arts, 2 Southbridge St.
Tyler Henry is the star of E! Entertainment’s hit television show, “Hollywood
Medium.” Audiences will be treated to his new live show, Life Lessons I've Learned
from the Departed. This exclusive show will feature Henry discussing his unique gift
and will include live readings and an audience Q&A.

www.thehanovertheatre.org/tylerhenry