What To Do In Westborough This Weekend

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Westborough High School boys and girls basketball will both play important conference games Friday night. Photo Credit: File photo

WESTBOROUGH, Mass. — Friday night in Westborough will feature two big divisional match-ups for boys and girls basketball. 

7 p.m. - The Westborough High School boys will put their five-game winning streak and undefeated conference record on the line when they travel to Quabbin High School, a team that's also 3-0 in Mid-Wach B play.

6 p.m. - The Westborough girls will host Quabbin at Westborough High School looking to improve their division record (2-1) and keep pace with first-place Nashoba High School.

A free community breakfast will be held at the Siloam Lodge of Masons Saturday morning, and the Westborough Community and Land Trust will host a tracking walk Sunday afternoon. 

Here are some more weekend events:

Friday, Jan. 17 

Swimming: 3:30 p.m. Westborough High will face Wachusett High School at the Worcester JCC.

Live music: 7 p.m. the band Two Timers will perform at the Sachi Restaurant in Bay State Commons.

Saturday, Jan. 18

Girl Scouts Cookie Sales Begin: 8 a.m. Westborough's Girl Scouts troops will begin their annual cookie sale that will run through March 3. Cookies are available for immediate delivery. 

Free Community Breakfast: 8 to 11 a.m. Benjamin Franklin DeMolay will hold a free all-you-can-eat breakfast at the Siloam Lodge of Masons (12 Church St.). Donations are encouraged. 

Tot Shabbat: 10:15 to 11:30 a.m., Congregation B'nai Shalom welcomes you to their monthly Tot Shabbat. It is a clergy-led Shabbat service for children 6 and under. The service will be followed by a child-friendly nut free Oneg Shabbat.

Sunday, Jan. 19 

Tracking The Landscape: 1:30 to 3 p.m. the Westborough Community and Land Trust will host a tracking hike led by naturalist and tracking enthusiast Ann Marie Pilch, Education Director for Tower Hill Botanic Garden. The trail map is available online.

Social Principle Discussion Forum: 10 a.m. Jill Dupree will host a discussion forum about the social principles of First United Methodist Church in between Sunday services. 

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