WESTBOROUGH – Westborough High School Student Council is gearing up for its annual homecoming festival tomorrow.
The homecoming festival will feature booths from the student council, class officers and clubs along with a dunk tank and food trucks, including food from Mooving Cow, Food Combi, Fired Up and Go and Veg Out @ Nourse Farm.
The event is free to attend and open to all ages. Activities for kids will include slime making, temporary tattoos, cookie decorating, face and nail painting and a bouncy house. Older attendees can try their hand at the pull up competition, bean bag toss and cake walk and test drive a robot.
Some of the booths may require payment to participate.
The festival will take place from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on Westborough High School’s lower parking lot both before and during the homecoming football game.
At 1 p.m., the Rangers will face off against Hopkinton High School. Attendees are invited to stick around for the football game and support the football team and marching band.
Anyone with questions can contact Student Council Events Overseer Michelle Hung at [email protected].