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ESL’s Music Man Jr. Jan. 11 and 12 at Hopkinton High School

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Enter Stage Left Theater’s young actors will be presenting Music Man Jr. at the Hopkinton High School Auditorium on January 11 and 12 at 7:00 p.m. Tickets are $12 for general admission, $10 for students, seniors and Stage Door Members, and are available at the door and at www.hopartscenter.org/upcoming-performances.

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HCAM Insider: Week of 1/4/13

Hello, everyone, and welcome to the HCAM Insider segment for the week of January 7, the first Insider segment of 2013!

On Monday, January 7 at 7:00 PM, feature performer Steven Cramer reads from his book of poetry “Clangings,” in which the narrator suffers from a cognitive disorder, and also reads from some of his other works.

At 9:00 PM, a new episode of Manager’s Corner with Rownak Hussain, Director of the Hopkinton Public Library, will air. In this episode, Hussain sits down with host Chris McClure to discuss some of the services the library has to offer.

Finally, at 10:00 PM on HCAM-ED, the Ice Hockey team goes up against Medway in this playback from the January 5th game.

Tuesday night brings us more Hillers Sports games. Who will come out on top when the Ice Hockey team plays against Westborough? Find out during this playback of the game on January 8 at 10:00 PM on HCAM-ED.

On HCAM-TV, the Hillers Swimming and Diving meet against Norwell that took place on January 5 will playback at 10:30.

On Wednesday, January 9, Hopkinton’s Fire Chief, Ken Clark, will be this week’s guest host on The HOP Seat. Don’t forget to call in at 435-7887 if you have a question, or to submit a question through www.hcam.tv/hop.

At 10:00 PM on HCAM-ED, the Swimming and Diving team goes up against Holliston during this playback of their swim meet.

On Friday, January 11, the Hillers Boys’ basketball team plays against Medway. This game against Medway will first be broadcast live from the Hopkinton High School gym, and will then play back at 10:00 PM on HCAM-ED.

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Auditions for ESL Show Baby on January 2

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Enter Stage Left Theater will be hosting auditions for the musical Baby on January 2, 2013 at the HCA Farmhouse. Auditions are by appointment and can be scheduled by emailing Sandee Buckley at [email protected]. Those auditioning are asked to come with a 32 bar cut Musical Theater piece, copies of sheet music for both themselves and the accompanist, and headshots and resumes. Songs from the show preferred if interested in a major role.

HCA “Writer’s Night Out” with Cheryl Perreault – Beginning January 4, 2013

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Writer/Spoken Word artist Cheryl Perreault will lead a monthly writing center for adults. Perreault who hosts "Wake Up and Smell the Poetry" at HCAM -TV and has a doctorate in education/psychology believes that everyone has a creative, deep- thinker and writer within and that many people would like to be writing...

Zen Mothra Celebrates 1 Year Anniversary on December 28

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I know this is a busy time of year. However, if you happen to be free on Friday night ... I highly recommend the following very exciting storytelling program that will be taking place in Hopkinton!
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After the holidays...If you are a fan of NPR "The Moth" or have always been a fan of the telling of true stories, consider making time to sit back and enjoy true stories told by Laura Packer and Kevin Brooks on Friday night Dec 28th in Hopkinton.

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Santa Visits the Hopkinton Public Library

A few weeks removed from his visit to Hopkinton at Caroling on the Common, Santa Claus made another appearance in town, this time at the library. Children's Librarian Denise Kofron, who invited Santa to join her for the annual holiday story time, read her favorite story "'Twas the Night Before Christmas". In the middle of her story, Santa appeared, and read one of his favorite stories, "The Polar Express", to the children.

After Santa's story, the kids lined up to meet Mr. Claus and tell him what they wanted for Christmas this year. Santa then gave them an early present.

In addition to hosting Santa, the library is also planning a few special children's events for January. Watch the HCAM News video below for details.

And as for Santa...he was back off to the North Pole for some last minute preparations for the big day.

HCA Receives $7,500 Grant from the Foundation for MetroWest

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The Hopkinton Center for the Arts is pleased to announce that it has received a $7,500 grant from the Foundation for MetroWest. The grant will fund after-school visual arts and music/theater programs for adolescents, and acting classes and art and lecture workshop series for seniors.

“We are delighted to be the recipient of this grant and thank the Foundation for MetroWest for their generosity,” said Kelly Grill, executive director of the HCA. “With this grant we are excited to be able to offer programs to two under served groups: seniors and adolescents.”

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Origami Workshop at the Hopkinton Library

Karen Beaver has been making items out of origami, the Japanese art of paper folding, since she was a child. And for the past few years, the Nashua New Hampshire librarian has toured around area libraries to teach patrons how they can create origami pieces.

On December 11th, Beaver presented her workshop at the Hopkinton Public Library, in which the class, who consisted of mostly origami novices, got a chance to make a few holiday ornaments.

Previously, the library has held other origami workshops, which have been geared toward kids. But this one was designed for both kids and adults alike. Beaver believes that not only is origami a fun activity for all ages, but it also gives those who create it a chance to bond together.

Following the success of this workshop, Library Director Rownak Hussain hopes to have other similar programs at the library in the future.

Wake Up and Smell the Poetry - December 15

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Wake up and Smell the Poetry - Saturday, December 15th in the HCAM Studio will feature the poetry of Steven Cramer, the stories of Daniel Gewertz and the songs of Katie Frassinelli

Doors open at 10:00AM. and the program begins at 10:30AM The public is welcome. Admission is free and hot coffee and scones are provided.

HCAM TV Studios is located at 77 Main Street in Hopkinton, MA

Save the Date! Chamber of Commerce Holiday Party

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The Hopkinton Chamber of Commerce will hold its annual Holiday Party on Thursday, December 13 at the Hopkinton Country Club. Beginning with a reception at 6PM, dinner will be served at 7PM. As in past years, three individuals will be recognized for their "Distringuished Service" to the community. This year's honorees are former selectmen Mary Pratt and Ron Clark and Rev. Dick Germaine.

Tickets are $50 per person and will be available at the Middlesex Savings Bank, 10 Main Street,, Hopkinton, MA.

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