Here are 5 Great Ways to Spend Your Weekend in Worcester

 by Heather CameronNovember 13, 2020

Time is moving fast, Worcester! How is it already mid-November?  Take it slow this weekend and make the weekend last. has your list of five fantastic events to wind down this Saturday and Sunday. Get out to the city to see the great opportunities or stay indoors to enjoy your weekend to the fullest! 

Try new recipes and food, take a class, or give back to the community all weekend long! 


Take a bite out of life this Saturday! 

Join Worcester Regional Food Hub to get a taste of the best of Worcester's food scene! This Saturday from 10 AM to 1 PM, join Worcester Regional Food Hub for their Taste of the Food Hub event.

Experience their outdoor food venue and try delicious treats from Minutemen Kettle Corn, All Purpose Bakery, Urban Spice World, and much more. 


Help to spread happiness for the holiday! 

This weekend and every day until the holidays, you can give back to the community at Project New Hope in Worcester. This weekend donate canned food or gift cards at their Food Drive for Veterans event!

These donations will ensure that veterans and their families will have a meal for their Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays. 


Learn a new recipe for the upcoming holiday! 

Thanksgiving is all about a traditional meal, but why not introduce a new dish? Join an online class this Sunday from 5 PM to 6:30 PM for chef Lauren D' Agostino's Plant-based Holiday Cooking Class.

For a ticket priced at $25, you will receive a link to learn how to make flavorful plant based food, including butternut tenderloin, mushroom gravy, lemon garlic roasted kale, and inside out apple pie. 


Get mesmerized this weekend! 

This Saturday from 2 PM to 3:30 PM, learn a new skill by participating in a free class. Stay open minded at Brigitini School of Holistic Thought's Introduction and Free Hypnosis Class.

By registering for this class, you will learn basic techniques for hypnosis! 


Promote your mental health with art! 

This Saturday from 3 PM to 5 PM, get artistic at an outdoor art class. The Burncoat Center for Art and Wellness is holding their Meditative Mandala Dot Rock Painting with Kat. Tickets are $15 per person. People from the ages of 12 and older are invited to learn the basics for mandala painting.

The class will be held in an outdoor tent and all participants must wear a mask. 


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