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Jessica Narrow Running Marathon for Hopkinton Education Foundation

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Jessica Narrow is a Vice President of Finance for Fidelity Investments where she has worked for the last 16 years. She attended Providence College and received her B.A. in Math and Business Studies. Jessica lives in Millbury, MA with her husband Trent, and three children Trey, Alexandra and Annabel.

MICCA Concert and Choral Festivals 2019

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The Hopkinton Public Schools Music Department will once again be hosting and taking part in the 2019 Massachusetts Instrumental and Choral Conductors Association (MICCA) Festivals the weekend of April 5th, 6th and 7th. Performing groups from Hopkinton High School and the Eighth Grade groups, plus the Honors Chorus from the Hopkinton Middle School will be participating.

HHS Jazz Ensemble to Perform this Saturday

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This Saturday, March 23rd, the Hopkinton High School Jazz Ensemble performs at the Massachusetts Jazz Educators Association (MAJE) State Finals. The performance takes place at 1:30 p.m. at Norwood High School (245 Nichols St., Norwood) . Please come join us and support this outstanding group! You can stay and listen to other outstanding high school jazz ensembles with the price of your admission.

Video: Girls Scout Troop #65040 Hosts 4th Annual Edible Book Festival

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Girls Scout troop 65040 hosted their 4th annual edible book festival at the Hopkinton Public Library. The festival featured some terrific books made into some very creative tasty treats. In the below video, check out some scenes from the festival and the awards ceremony.

Enter Stage Left Theater Presents "Macbeth"

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Think you know Macbeth?

Think again.

Enter Stage Left’s upcoming performance of this Shakespearean classic is like none other.

Directed by Jennifer Rich and featuring performances by a dozen local actors, this Macbeth is reimagined in “Dieselpunk” style.

Dieselpunk is a genre that mixes elements of the 1920s, 30s, 40s, science fiction, and pieces of modern day, to create its own unique world – a world unbalanced by war and on the cusp of explosion.

Like we said ... you’ve never seen Macbeth done like this.

Creative Circles Small Works Show at Hopkinton Center for the Arts (HCA) - Barn Loft Gallery

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Reception and Round Robin Event – Thursday, March 28, 6:30-8:30 pm

Geri Holland and Cynthia Franca, hosts of the Creative Circles Art for All! are excited to announce the Celebratory Program for 2019!

Artists of all ages and the general public are invited to attend for a sharing of artwork, song, writing, and performance. Please join us! Let’s celebrate, together, the creative spirit in our community!

Baypath Humane Society Pet of the Week - Keeper

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Keeper is a 2 year old Male Cat available for adoption at the Baypath Humane Society. Keeper is a calm, laid back cat who seems to get along with other cats and would be good in a home with older children or adults. View more below!

Hopkinton’s 4th Annual “Edible Book Festival” Returns Friday!

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Attention Readers & Bakers: Start your ovens!

Hopkinton Girl Scouts invite book and food lovers of all ages to Hopkinton’s 4th Annual Edible Book Festival, to be held on Friday March 15th at Hopkinton Library from 4-5 PM. This event is free and open to the public.

9th Annual Hopkinton Athletics Booster Club Fundraiser

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Hello Hopkinton Athletics Supporter:

Looking for a fun night out on the town? If so, please join us at the Hopkinton Country Club on Saturday March 23rd from 7-11:30pm for the 9TH ANNUAL BOOSTERS FUNDRAISER!

This is our annual fundraiser which benefits all high school sports teams. Below are some of the recent purchases made by the Boosters to enhance the athletic team experience at HHS.

HHS Booster Club has recently provided to our athletes :

Video: 2019 Hopkinton High School Science & Engineering Fair

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The annual Hopkinton High School Science & Engineering fair took place this past Tuesday. The event featured it's highest participation rate throughout it's history. 97 students presented 51 projects, a total of 12 projects were chosen by judges to advance on to the regional contest at Worcester Polytechnic Institute. This year, the program was organized by Science Teacher, Kristen Murphy.

In the first video, get a look at some of the projects and I talked with student participants Fariha Fardia and Abigail Fischer. In the second video, view the award ceremony.


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