What To Do In Southborough This Weekend

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Five O'Clock Shadow performs at the Steeple Coffee House.
Five O'Clock Shadow performs at the Steeple Coffee House. Photo Credit: www.focs.com

SOUTHBOROUGH, Mass. — Here's a quick roundup of what's going on in Southborough and the surrounding area this weekend.

Saturday, Nov. 17

Senior Center Fair: 9 a.m. Enjoy baked goods and many handmade gift items at the Southborough Senior Center on 9 Cordaville Road. All proceeds will benefit the Friends of the Southborough Senior Center.

Holiday Gifts On The Common: 9:30 a.m. Gifts made by local artisans will be available at the Southborough Community House, 28 Main St.

Family Farm Day: 11 a.m. Bring the whole family to the Breakneck Hill Conservation Land for a family hike and a cow pie contest. 

Five O'Clock Shadow: 7 p.m. A cappella group Five O'Clock Shadow will play at the Steeple Coffee House. Tickets can be purchased here.

Sunday, Nov. 18

Piano Concerto Premiere: 3 p.m. Algonquin Regional High School graduate and Northborough resident Keane Southard will perform his new piano concerto commissioned by the Sounds of Stow at Stow's Hale Middle School. Last spring, Southard and the Sounds of Stow used online funding platform Kickstarter to fund part of the commission cost of the concerto. Tickets are $25 general admission and $20 for seniors and students.

Handel's Messiah: 4 p.m. The Heritage Chorale will open its 76th season with a performance of Handel's Messiah at the St. Mark's School Performing Arts Center. Tickets are $25 for general admission, $15 for seniors and students and free for children ages 6-12.

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