Worcester Weekly: Election Day, Assumption football + more to do, Nov. 6-12

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Sunday, Nov. 6 — Harvest Home: More than a Fun Fall Festival!, 10:30 a.m.- 4 p.m., Brigham Hill Community Barn, 37 Wheeler Road, Grafton  OK, don’t panic: The Patriots will be back next weekend. But what do we do until then? How are we supposed to cope with a Gronk-less Sunday? Community Harvest Project — which says it donated more than 1.2 million servings of fruit and vegetables to hunger-relief agencies in 2015 — has you covered.

Community Harvest Project

Start with a 5K (or leisurely mile walk) along the adjacent Grafton Land Trust trails, or pace yourself with “plenty to do for the entire family including live music, great food and beer, a bake sale, kid’s crafts, a raffle, hay wagon rides, pony rides, apple cannons, and a pumpkin trebuchet competition!” All kids’ activities are free after entry. Admission is $10 at the gate; kids under 5 are free; cap of $30 per family (all race participants gain free entry to the festival).


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