Six things to do this weekend

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Six things to do this weekend
New England Botanic Garden at Tower Hill. (Photo/Laura Hayes)

Patterns in Bloom

Feb. 10-March 17, New England Botanic Garden at Tower Hill. “Patterns in Bloom, An Orchid Exhibition” kicks off on Feb. 10. During the opening weekend, Feb. 10 and 11, there will be live music, an artisan marketplace and artist talks.

Valentine’s Vendor Fair

Saturday, Feb. 10, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Boro Sugar Shack, 15 E. Main St., Westborough.

Stop by and get your favorite Valentine Day’s sweets. Vendors will include Swanski’s Bakeshop, Maple & Main, Tree of Life Honey, Vivacity, Brew Biscuits, Kerryn’s Crafts, the Jimmy Fund and more.

Kids’ Night Out

Saturday, Feb. 10, 5 to 9 p.m., St. Mark’s Episcopal Church (parish house), 27 Main St., Southborough. A dropoff program for parents and guardians. Open to children age 2 years old to fifth-graders. Activities will include games, crafts and music. Dinner will be provided. Cost — $40 per child, $60 for two children, $75 for three children. Proceeds will go to the youth group’s summer mission trip to Cleveland.

Information: [email protected], https://forms.gle/36uGVEifNfG4iyDq6

Marlborough Polar Plunge

Sunday, Feb. 11, Special Olympics headquarters, Forest Street, Marlborough. Check-in at 10 a.m., event begins at 11 a.m. Sponsored by the Marlborough Police Department. All donations will support Massachusetts Special Olympics.

Information: www.polarplungema.org.

300th Anniversary Kickoff

Sunday, Feb. 11, Congregational Church of Westborough, West Main Street. Worship service will begin at 10 a.m. The service will include the introduction of the “300 Acts of Kindness Program;” introduction of our own new church hymn; and a pancake brunch in the vestry after the service.

Tour MassWildlife Headquarters

Sunday, Feb. 11, 1 to 3 p.m. Sponsored by Westborough Community Land Trust. Have you ever seen the huge mostly-glass building that is the headquarters of MassWildlife (formerly Massachusetts Department of Fisheries and Wildlife) in Westborough and wondered why the building looks like that, or what is inside? We will receive a private, in-depth, off-hours tour from outreach coordinator Sue Sacco. We’ll learn about the building’s cutting-edge “green” features and get a look at the extensive wildlife collection housed there. Please plan to be on time, as the doors to the building will be locked once we begin the tour. After the building tour, we’ll finish by taking a walk around some of the MassWildlife property and talk about what happens there. Traction devices attached to boots are strongly recommended if the temperature is below freezing. Before leaving, check for cancellations.

Contact: [email protected].

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