As spring peaks around the corner, so does the warm weather. The weekend is set to be beautiful, with highs in the low 60s - perfect weather for going outside and having some socially-distanced fun. Here are 25 things that you can do around Connecticut this weekend. P.S. Remember to set your clocks forward on Sunday. Boasting an "Everyone Is Irish for a Day" theme, New London's St. Patrick's Day Parade returns with a special car parade on Sunday. Find out more. The Fairfield Theatre Company will be hosting a weekend filled with socially-distanced comedy performances. Dean Edwards takes the stage on Friday while Judy Gold takes over Saturday night. Find out more. While it may look a little different this year, Great Hartford St. Patrick's Week Celebration will be celebrating St. Patrick's Day all week long with something new to experience every day. Find out more. Vinnie Brand, the esteemed owner of the Stress Factory, will be performing two nights of stand-up comedy on Friday and Saturday. Find out more. Get ready to tap into your outdoorsy side and participate in Sweet Wind Farm Sugarhouse & Farm Stand's\u00a0Maple Festival on Saturday. Find out more. As spring and summer approach, so do the openings of some of Connecticut's favorite outdoor seasonal eateries. Check out which seasonal eateries have already opened up for the Spring. The most-promising skiers and snowboarders from across Connecticut\u00a0are expected to shred the slopes at the annual USASA Skier\/Boardercross event on Saturday and Sunday. Find out more. Ring in St. Patrick's Day early with the sounds of the Celtic Cross Pipes and Drums of Danbury. The festivities take place at the Stamford Museum & Nature Center on Sunday. Find out more. While the pandemic is affecting yet another Easter, there is no reason not to enjoy the festivities associated with the holiday. Ray of Light Farm will host its Easter Egg drive-thru until March 28. Find out more. From French hyacinths to nasturtiums, get a head start on spring gardening with Elizabeth Park Rose Gardens's Spring Greenhouse Show. The show runs until Saturday. Find out more. As the weather begins to warm up ahead of the weekend, many people will likely begin to bust out their hiking boots and get ready to hit the trails. Here are\u00a014 hikes that we think are worth the drive from Connecticut. \u00a0 Grassroots crossover quintet We Banjo 3 will be performing a livestream concert from Ireland on Saturday that will be shown at the Ridgefield Playhouse. Find out more. It's never too early to celebrate Halloween. That's why the Downtown Mystic Ghost Strolls are kicking off on Friday. Find out more. Take a relaxing cruise on the Norwalk River as you observe various birds and other wildlife. The winter birding cruise sets sail on Saturday. Find out more. Nationally-touring stand-up comedian, producer and on-air talent for Sirius XM, Andy Fiori, will be performing live at Hartford's City Steam Brewery on Saturday. Find out more. Enjoy a socially-distanced day out on farm with Creamery Brook Bison as they celebrate St. Patrick's Day on Sunday. Find out more. Sphinx Virtuosi, one of the top chamber orchestras in the country, will be performing a virtual show from the Quick Center at Fairfield University on Sunday. Find out more. Woodbury Parks and Recreation has hidden Easter eggs throughout the town. Now it is your turn to try and find them. The hunt runs through March 27. Find out more. Golden Globe winner for Best Foreign Language Film, "Minari," will be screened on Sunday at the Avon. Find out more. Learn about the significance of Irish culture and history at the Trumbull Nature & Arts Center on Saturday. Find out more. Prep a four-course, Italian meal alongside Consiglio's\u00a0Chef Ray Gennaro in New Haven via Zoom on Saturday. Find out more. One of Connecticut's top rising comedians, Marshall Brandon, will be performing a set of stand-up at Back East Brewing on Saturday. Find out more. Wake up in Mystic and soak in a morning alongside the adorable penguins of the Mystic Aquarium on Saturday. Find out more. Look up to the skies and learn about constellations you can see with your naked eye at the Stamford Museum & Nature Center on Friday. Find out more. Get your sea legs ready for a cruise around Long Island Sound on your quest to spot some seals. Project Oceanology's seal watch cruise will launch Saturday. Find out more.