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Video: Martin Luther King Jr. Song Circle 2017

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Many local musicians gathered at the Hopkinton Center for the arts on the Saturday prior to Martin Luther King Day to perform musical pieces they feel best reflect what Martin Luther King Jr. was all about. Below, view a glimpse of the many great performances and the full version of the song circle.

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Register Now for Winter Classes at the HCA

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Winter 2017 registration is now open at The Hopkinton Center for the Arts, offering year-round classes and workshops in the visual and performing arts. Classes are specially tailored for different age groups and interests and are taught by experienced instructors. The HCA is an easy commute from the towns of Hopkinton, Holliston, Milford, Ashland, Upton, Franklin, Framingham, Southborough, Natick, and other MetroWest communities.

Classes include:

BROADWAY BOUND (for emerging theatre stars) Grades: 4th - 8th Tuesdays 3:30–5:30:PM

David Jeremiah in Concert at Hopkinton Center for the Arts with guest Barbara Kessler

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Saturday, January 21st, 7:30pm

Hopkinton native, David Jeremiah is a Grammy-nominated songwriter with three top ten hits (You Changed My Life, You Must Have Known, Must Be You) who spent most of his career writing for the gospel and contemporary Christian markets.

Hopkinton High School Students Perform At Central District MMEA Senior High Concert Festival

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High School musicians from 64 high schools in the district participated in the 60th annual Central District Massachusetts Music Educators’ Senior High Festival. The 3-day Festival culminated with a concert of all ensembles at Mechanics Hall in Worcester on January 14th.

Tickets Available for Hopkinton Education Foundation "Silver Gala"

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Today is the day!!! Tickets are now available for the Silver Gala! Please see the invite for all the details and buy your tickets now!

Early bird tickets available through January 31st

**Please note you can also purchase your raffle tickets here too! The bonus, you can save yourself some time the night of the event and have your names pre-printed for you!

25th Anniversary Silver Gala
Sat 11 March 2017 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm Doubletree by Hilton - Milford

Enter Stage Left Theater Presents: "The Prince is Having a Ball"

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Princes, princesses, crowns, a glass slipper, a royal pumpkin carriage, dancing, music, a red carpet, and a castle.

It's everything any fairy tale-loving kid could ask for, and it's all coming here, to the Delbridge Family Performance Center, on Sunday, February 12th at 2:00PM.

Children are invited to dress up in their best royal outfit and dancing shoes, bring their favorite adult guest, and enter the enchanted world of Cinderella.

Enter Stage Left Theater Presents: Seussical JR! Musical Fun for Everyone

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It's winter! And those kids of yours are climbing the walls.

Why not have them dance and sing it off for a couple of fun-filled, Dr. Seuss-inspired hours, at Seussical JR, this year's Enter Stage Left winter youth production?

Featuring a cast of over 40 local performers ages 8 - 14 (and you thought it was bedlam over at your house), The Cat in the Hat narrates this musical story of Horton the Elephant on his quest to protect the Whos. He's joined by Mayzie La Bird, Gertrude McFuzz and others, as he guards an abandoned egg that's been left in his care.

Video: HCAM News 12-16-2016

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On this edition of HCAM news, we’ll take you to the Hopkinton Chamber of Commerce annual holiday party, The Hopkinton Hillers winter sports season is underway and I talked with seniors on the Hopkinton football team as they wrapped up their season, but first some happenings in Hopkinton, you should know about.

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First Look: A New Episode of Wake Up and Smell the Poetry

Airing tonight, December 19 on HCAM-TV at 7:00 PM, John Schindler sings original songs inspired by his life on Wake Up and Smell the Poetry.

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A Fresh Take: New Work by HCA Members

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The new HCA Gallery rolls into 2017 with a wildly varied selection of work by area artists – from Lissa Banks’s painting of explosively blossoming parrot tulips to William Moser’s awestruck carving in koa wood of King Lohiau of Hawaii to Jean Cummiskey’s glittering miniature mosaic of Boston Harbor.


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