5 Great Ways to Spend Your Weekend in Worcester

 by Heather CameronNovember 4, 2022
Last Updated November 4, 2022 12:01 PM

Toss away the pumpkins and hang up the Halloween costumes for the year. November is here! 

It's the first weekend of November. What will you do first? Take a look at ThisWeekinWorcester.com's list of five exciting events this weekend to get some inspiration. 

Make the first weekend of the month memorable. Relax with rejuvenating yoga or join in on a tasty competition. 

 

Don't put fun on the back burner this weekend! 

Enter into the hottest competition on Sunday: the Sunday Funday Crock Pot Cook Off. Kicking off at St. Charles Hotel at 126 W. Main St. in Millbury, the fun starts at 12:30 PM. 

Bring your prize winning crockpot dish to enter. It is $10 dollars to eat and judge your favorite dish. Prizes will be awarded for the top three contestants. 

 

Find your zen - with bunnies! 

This Sunday from 10 AM to 11 AM, stretch your body at a bunny yoga class.

Come to Redemption Rock Brewery in Worcester for an hour of yoga with a fluffy friend. Not only is this event super cute, but it's also for a good cause.

roceeds from ticket sales will go to the House Rabbit Network, an organization dedicated to rescuing abandoned rabbits and finding them forever homes.  Reservations for the class are recommended! 

 

Treat your kids to the event of the season! 

Clara and her friends invite you for a special meet-and-greet tea party at The Hanover Theatre’s McDonough Room.

Clara, the Nutcracker, and some of their friends will read the story of The Nutcracker ballet and whisk your child off to a magical hour of dancing, eating cookies and sipping tea.

You will have the opportunity to take pictures with Clara and enter raffles to win an autographed picture or ballet shoes.

Tickets are $20. Parents need not buy a ticket. They may observe the event, but seating is for children only. Available times span from 10:30 AM to 2 PM. 

 

Stretch away your stress this Sunday!

Sign up for a yoga class! Head over to Estate of Mind at the Whitin-Lasell Manor in Whitinsville to learn the art of relaxation.

Through good posture, breathing techniques, and meditation, you will feel like a new person. Please bring your own mat and thin blanket or beach towel.

Class is from 9 AM to 10 AM. They welcome donations! 

 

Appreciate local handiwork this Saturday! 

Browse and buy your way through the Northboro Junior Woman’s Club's 45th Harvest Craft Fair! It will be held at The Melican Middle School at 145 Lincoln Street in Northboro on Saturday, Nov. 5  from 9 AM to 3 PM.

There will be products from over 75 juried crafters including jewelry, clothing, home décor, food, wooden products, wreaths and more. This is a perfect time to start your holiday shopping!

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