4 Things to Do in Worcester this Summer

Are you spending the summer in Worcester and need ways to fill up your free time? Look no further! Here is a list of some great activities in and around the city that will keep you busy all summer long.

Summer Concert Series – Park Spirit of Worcester is offering a free summer concert series in both Elm Park (right down the street from Clark!) and Newton Square. The concerts will take place on Thursday evenings at 6:30pm in Elm Park and Tuesday evenings at 6:30pm in Newton Square. They’ll feature a variety of genres of music, and you can check out their website for all of the information. Try bringing a blanket and a picnic dinner and enjoy a nice summer's evening in the park with friends!

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Canal District Farmers’ Market – Summer is the best time to take advantage of fresh fruits and vegetables, and the Canal District Farmers’ Market is the best place to get them! It takes place every Saturday from 9am to 12pm at Crompton Place. While you're there, grab a bite to eat at Birchtree Bread Company and check out what's new in Crompton Collective. 

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Out to Lunch Series on the Worcester Common Oval – This popular event occurs every Thursday from 11am to 2pm on the Worcester Common Oval. There are food trucks, a farmers’ market and even live music! Stop by for a quick lunch or spend a few hours enjoying the Oval. Don't miss out as there is delicious food and lots of fun to be had! The Out to Lunch Series starts in June and goes all the way through September. 

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Rent a Kayak on Lake Quinsigamond – Just a few miles from Clark, Lake Quinsigamond is a hot spot for summer fun! Regatta Point Community Sailing offers kayak, paddle boat, paddle board, canoe and sailboat rentals for very reasonable prices. Grab some friends and head down to the lake for a fun day on the water! Once you're done, go grab a classic "Regatta Italian Grinder" at Regatta Deli just up the street. Trust us, this grinder puts all others to shame! 

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How will you be spending your summer in the city, collegiettes?