What To Do In Holden This Weekend

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The Friends of the Red Barn invite residents to once again bring their own edible decorations or ready-made ones to decorate the holiday tree. Photo Credit: Daniel Castro

HOLDEN, Mass. — Check out the events and activities lined up in Holden this weekend. For full listings, visit our Events page.

Saturday, Dec. 1

Red Barn Holiday Tree-Trimming. 1 to 2:30 p.m. The Friends of the Red Barn invite residents to bring edible decorations to decorate the holiday tree. Free. Shrewsbury Street near Alden Lab.

Sharing Hope: Grief Recovery Series. 1 to 2:30 p.m. Seminar is designed to assist individuals in understanding the emotional aspects of healing and surviving the holiday season. Call 508-829-4434 for reservations. Holden Senior Center, 1130 Main St.

Holden Tree Lighting  4:30 p.m Organized by the Holden Recreation Department and Recreation Committee, the traditional Christmas celebration will begin with Holden's Girl Scouts singing on the steps of the Town Hall as children line up to meet Old Saint Nick. Holden Town Hall.

Jimmy Tingle Live! 7:30 p.m. Comedian and social satirist Jimmy Tingle delivers a hilarious, thought-provoking and politically charged show as a fundraiser for Wachusett DECA and Drama Clubs. Advance tickets are $22.50 at the school's main office. $10 for students.  $25 at the door. Wachusett Regional High School auditorium, 1401 Main St.

Sunday, Dec. 2

Songs For The Season 4 p.m. A celebration of worship and music is performed by Claire Woodbury Paquette, Steven Small and Shirley Patch. A freewill offering of $10 is suggested. Refreshments will follow. Proceeds benefit Immanuel Lutheran's Organ Improvement Fund. Immanuel Lutheran Church, 346 Shrewsbury St.

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