Next week is Thanksgiving! Take some time to relax and unwind before the busy holiday. Savor your Saturday and Sunday this weekend by kicking back and enjoying this weekend’s events.
ThisWeekinWorcester.com has your list of five different events happening this weekend. Make time to take it easy whether you stay in for a lazy day or find an adventure in the city. This weekend you can look forward to rejuvenating yoga, soothing music, and virtual walking tours.
See Boston like you never have before!
Join US Ghost Adventures at 7 PM this Saturday for a chilling tour.
Take a virtual walk through the streets of Boston to watch Massachusetts’ history through your screen. and see locations where ghosts often haunt.
You must register for the event and purchase a $15 to virtually attend.
Show generosity to the Worcester community!
Drive down to Worcester CoWorx Staffing Services at 67 Millbrook St. Suite 210 for their Worcester CoWorx Food Drive. Donate and drop off some perishable food items for families during the holiday season.
You can swing by Saturday or Sunday from 8 AM to 5 PM. Their food pantry is open to the community, so if you need it, you are welcome to take it!
Stretch away all your stress!
Sign up for Central Mass Yoga and Wellness’ virtual yoga class. The workshop is called Release Your Hips and Hamstrings and it will be instructed by certified yoga specialist, Lucy Cimini.
This class is specifically designed to release the tension in the hip joints to regain full range of motion. Tickets cost $35.
Bring Broadway to your living room!
Get ready for a night of laughter and music with the Hopkinton Center of the Arts’ production of Sally Cotter and the Censored Stone. This Saturday from 6 AM to 9 PM, you can register and tune in for the show, a parody of the beloved Harry Potter Series.
This will be presented via Broadway on Demand.
Tickets are $20 per household and the show will be available all weekend.
Jazz up your life!
History and Culture Travels is inviting you to tap your toes and sing along to music you know this Saturday at 8 PM at their 1970’s Disco Dance Party. This free Music History Live Stream will feature a discussion of disco music in relation to the pop culture of the 70’s.
The host for this program will be Robert Kelleman, the founder and director of the nonprofit community organization Washington, DC History and Culture.