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Stage 3250 Opens October 1st

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ALL NEW HCAM ORIGINAL SERIES COMING IN OCTOBER

You may know David Ljungberg as Elmwood School's principal.
You may know he's growing a huge pumpkin in the school's garden.
But do you know his thoughts on Chinese education?
Join us for a presentation on his journey to China. Mr. Ljungberg will explain cultural differences, childhood stress, and surprising similarities between eastern and western education.

Stage 3250 is a sharing of unique experiences and viewpoints from local people, before a live studio audience.

Hopkinton Celebrates the art of Photography

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Juried Show Exhibits Work By Twenty-Three Regional Artists

(HOPKINTON, Mass. – September 29, 2014) – The Hopkinton Center for the Arts has announced its upcoming Photography Show, featuring artwork by artists from Eastern and Central Massachusetts. Juried by artist and professor Chehalis Hegner, the show runs September 30-October 30, 2014 and kicks off with a public opening reception and prize ceremony on Friday, October 3, 2014 from 6:30-8:00 pm.

Seventh Annual Haunted Trail Walk

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The Hopkinton 4H Clubs are holding their Seventh Annual Haunted Trail Walk on Friday October 24 and Saturday October 25 from 5:30-8:30 PM at 25 Winter Street in Hopkinton, a fundraiser sponsored by the Woodville Trailbusters. Scenes on the walk include Snakes R Us, the Little Shoppe of Horrors flower shop, a Ghostbusters Trailer and an experimental vegetable garden. Snow White, the Seven Dwarfs and the wicked witch will be making an appearance as well.

HCA aims to wrap up capital campaign

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The Hopkinton Center for the Arts’ renovation and expansion is well underway at 98 Hayden Rowe Street, and supporters hope to raise the remaining $350,000 needed to pay for it before the end of the year.

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The Library says goodbye to Susan Marshall

Susan Marshall served nearly six years at the Hopkinton Library as the Adult Services Librarian and left a positive impact on nearly everyone she knew.

Youth Services Librarian Denise Kofron; "Some people care to much, I think it's called love, Susan cares a lot, about her job, family, volunteers, the Hopkinton Public Library, and her co-workers, and we love her too."

The Friends of the Library presented Susan with a sample of a quilt from the quilt project. Parks and recreation manager Tim Kilduff presented Susan a signed copy of Meb Keflezighi's book "Run to Overcome" to reward her dedication to promoting the Boston Marathon activities.

Hopkinton Library staff member, Donna Olafsen of the Children's Room " Susan Marshall is to the Hopkinton Public Library as Mickey Mouse is to Disney, I'll miss you Susan, may you have many magical memories."

After the dedications and tributes, Susan stated: "It's emotional high and low's, it's sad to leave all these wonderful people, Hopkinton is the first place that I felt home since I had a workshop in my hometown, right out of college... "This has been a wonderful place to live." Susan then described her animated clothing which represented her sadness of leaving Hopkinton and the excitement of her new venture in Seattle.

Susan delivered an emotional thank you too the many who came to the library to say goodbye; "Thank you for the ride, this has been the most wonderful place. Please just always remember what a special place this is, and don't take it for granted and be kind to each other. "

Hoptoberfest is Back!

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Join Hopkinton Public Library Foundation for its Second Annual Hoptoberfest, a fun tasting night to benefit the restoration, renovation and expansion of Hopkinton Public Library. With the generosity of Platinum Sponsors Hallmark Sotheby’s International Realty and Phipps Insurance Agency, this year’s Hoptoberfest is Friday, October 24, from 7:30 to 10:30 P.M., in the Parish Center of St. John’s Church in Hopkinton.

Hopkinton Cultural Council Seeks Funding Proposals

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Proposals for community-oriented arts, humanities, and science programs are due October 15, 2014.

The Hopkinton Cultural Council has set an October 15, 2014 postmark deadline for organizations, schools and individuals to apply for grants that support cultural activities in the community.

According to Council spokesperson Barbara Timko, these grants can support a variety of artistic projects and activities in Hopkinton - including exhibits, festivals, short-term artist residencies or performances in schools, workshops and lectures.

Hopkinton Center for the Arts to Offer Education Programs, Center Sees Marked Growth in Curriculum and Selections

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The Hopkinton Center for the Arts has announced open enrollment for its fall arts education programs, which include offerings in art, dance, film, music and theater for ages 3-adult. Classes begin the week of September 15, 2014 and take place at the historic farmhouse located at 98 Hayden Rowe St., Hopkinton.

Theatrical Performance at the Hopkinton Senior Center Tuesday September 9th at 1pm

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“A Time to Laugh, A Time to Weep”
Join Richard Clark and Lynne McKenney Lydick as they take you on a roller coaster ride from the knowing comedy of Neil Simon’s
Prisoner of Second Avenue and California Suite
to the drama of Arthur Miller’s
Death of a Salesman

Tuesday, September 9, 2014 at 1 pm
Hopkinton Senior Center
28 Mayhew Street

Stage 3250 Comes to HCAM October 1st

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ALL NEW HCAM ORIGINAL SERIES COMING IN OCTOBER

You may know David Ljungberg as Elmwood School's principal.
You may know he's growing a huge pumpkin in the school's garden.
But do you know his thoughts on Chinese education?
Join us for a presentation on his journey to China. Mr. Ljungberg will explain cultural differences, childhood stress, and surprising similarities between eastern and western education.

Stage 3250 is a sharing of unique experiences and viewpoints from local people, before a live studio audience.

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