Friday, October 25, 7 p.m.
The Internet Cat Video Film Festival

Warsaw, 261 Driggs Ave., Brooklyn

If aliens ever came to Earth and examined our technology, they would immediately learn one thing: the Internet is a tool mainly used to share cat videos. This Friday night, come watch the likes of Maru springing through cardboard boxes alongside thousands of other fellow feline fanatics. Tickets are $20 for a night of videos, music, special guests, and even a chance to meet the famous furrball, Lil Bub. Meow!

Deal nearby: La Piazzetta

Friday, October 25, 8 p.m. to 11:30 p.m.
An After Work Halloween Cruise

Star of Palm Beach boat, leaving from Pier 78 at 455 12th Ave. & West 38th St., Manhattan

Set sail for a spooky good time on this after work Halloween-themed cruise, and dress up to dance the night away in something fearsome. The best costume of the bunch wins $150 in cold, hard cash. Tickets to the cruise are $10 per person for 3.5 hours of music and mayhem while cruising the Hudson.

Deal nearby: The Cafe Grind

Saturday, October 26
Hester Street Fair

Hester and Essex streets, Manhattan

Here’s a last call in the L.E.S. for this year’s Hester Street Fair. Mother Nature has decided it’s gonna be cold from here on out, so come on over and savor those last bits of sunlight in style. We’ll be hanging on to our lobster rolls and handmade jewelry like there is no (colder) tomorrow. It’s free to swing by the fair and browse around (but we promise you’ll want to buy some of this grub.)

Deal nearby: Rustic L.E.S.

Sunday, October 27, noon to 5 p.m.
LES Pickle Day

Orchard Street from Delancey to East Houston, Manhattan

Bask in brine on the Lower East Side this fine lazy Sunday. The city’s best picklers come out to Orchard Street to celebrate all the sour goodness that can become of the humble cucumber (and plenty of other veggies, too!) This LES Pickle Day promises to have everything from a home pickling contest to a Halloween costume contest, workout demonstrations, rapping grannies, DJs, live music, and Newsies. The event is free to attend.

Deal nearby: Empanada Mama

Sunday, October 27, 1 p.m. to 2 p.m.
Hangover Yoga

The Cobra Club, 6 Wyckoff Avenue, Brooklyn

Rolling out of bed might be the last thing we want to do after a night partying too hard, but this Bushwick yoga studio might be on to something. Over at The Cobra Club, the Hangover Yoga class every Sunday focuses on deep breaths, stretching, and relaxing to help with headaches, nausea and fatigue — ya know, a hangover. The class is $15 to attend, and includes a free Bloody Mary or Mimosa after class. If stretching fails to ease our pain, hair of the dog always works, right? 

Deal nearby: El Mio Cid