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Video Segment: Hopkinton Drug hosted 26th Annual Open House

Hopkinton Drug hosted their annual open house, the event featured some sing-a-longs and instrument playing for the kids, popcorn, cookies and snowman design. There was also a raffle for Project Just Because to benefit those in need and many other events that took place throughout the open house weekend. HCAM news caught up with Project Manager Terry Anthony.

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Video Segment: Check out the Hopkinton Center for the Arts Renovations

Chuck Joseph gave HCAM News a look at the renovations so far at the Hopkinton Center for the Arts. The renovations feature a new performance center for concerts and other various events, a class area for various performance art classes, a gallery section which features enough space for art exhibits and additional space for poetry readings, choral groups and various large classes.

The Main Gallery is a walk through section with access to the High School parking lot on one side and the HCA parking lot on the other. The Gallery will feature art exhibits, a ticket booth, catering kitchen, control room, restrooms and administrative offices. The Performance Center will host various functions such as lecture series, music concerts and theatrical performances. The backstage of the performance center can also be used as a set shop and for larger functions.

The interior of the barn will be a learning center featuring visual arts classrooms, dance studios, 3 music studio rehearsal rooms. The 2nd floor of the barn is a large open space that could be used for acoustical shows, poetry readings, large classes and choral groups. There is also capability to subdivide the 2nd floor of the barn.

For more information: www.hopartscenter.org

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Video Segment: Real Housewives of Hopkinton Hosted Shopping for a Cause

The Real Housewives of Hopkinton hosted Shopping for a Cause to benefit Project Just Because, a non-profit organization which aims to help all in need. The event took place at Golden Pond's new independent living dining room and many were on hand to get some early Christmas shopping done while helping a great cause. The event was co-sponsored by the Hopkinton Chamber of Commerce and Yummy Mummy Brownies.

Vendors included: 5 Star Sweets, Advocare, Arbonne, Blitzmeskinny, Blue Aura Designs, Body-Love Fitness, Chubby's Candles, Elements @ the Circle, Essante Organics & the Uncommon Shop, Friends of 300th, Goodness Remedies, J.Hillburn, Jamberry, Jamibelina, Lia Sophia, LittleMan Originals, Lyn Evans, Nerium AD, New England Bows, Sea Coast Bags, Sew Cute, Sipalda, Stella & Dot, The Grapevine, Thirty-One, Yummy Mummy Brownies and more including crafters and home & wellness resources. Light refreshments and complimentary wine was served.

Holiday Stroll Returns To Downtown Hopkinton

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Businesses and organizations in Hopkinton have come together once again to present the Hopkinton Holiday Stroll in downtown Hopkinton on December 6, 2014 from 9:00 am-4:00 pm. The Holiday Stroll includes myriad events and activities, including charitable drives, the annual Tree Lighting ceremony, traveling carol singers, a visit from Santa, music and theater performances, food tastings, specialty sales and family activities.

Hopkinton Library Holiday Events

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If you'll be enjoying the Hopkinton Holiday Stroll or going to the tree lighting on the Common on December 6, why not pop into the library? We'll have fun for all ages at our 10th annual Holiday Celebration:
- Storytime with Mrs. "K" at 10:30
- A visit from Princesses Anna and Elsa of Frozen at 11:15 (kids can get their pictures taken!)
- Holiday music with Brian Best at 2:00
- "A USO Holiday Show" featuring "Bob Hope" and the Treblemakers at 3:00

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Video: Santa Claus is Coming To Hopkinton Drug

Santa Claus is coming to Hopkinton Drug
December 6th and 7th
Noon-4pm

Hopkinton Drug hosts their 26th Annual Holiday Open House

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Celebrate the Holiday Season with all of us at Hopkinton Drug on the weekend of December 6th and 7th from 11am to 4pm for our 26th Annual Holiday Open House.

Bring the whole family along and enjoy everything from food tastings, door prizes, raffles, music, and caricatures to children's crafts, face painting, "Twas the Night Before Christmas" readings, and pictures with Santa! (Please make sure to bring your own camera)

Holiday Stroll Returns to Downtown Hopkinton

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Businesses and organizations in Hopkinton have come together once again to present the Hopkinton Holiday Stroll in downtown Hopkinton on December 6, 2014 from 9:00 am-4:00 pm. The Holiday Stroll includes myriad events and activities, including charitable drives, the annual Tree Lighting ceremony, traveling carol singers, a visit from Santa, music and theater performances, food tastings, specialty sales and family activities.

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Video Segment: Hayden Rowe Business Center Held Open House

The Hayden Rowe Business center held their open house. The Center has been under new management for about a year and has undergone a number of renovations. The facility features offices 100 to 400 square feet, a kitchen and cafe area, a 12 person conference room and 24-7 secure building access as well as training rooms and virtual office packages. Occupants of Hayden Rowe business center enjoyed good conversation and food provided by water fresh farms at the open house.

Veda Kerr of the HRBC managing company Riverside properties talked about how decorations are being added to the interior of the building to make it a more inviting and comfortable atmosphere to work. Sara Mayo of HRBC's managing company put together the decorations which commemorate the history of the building and Hopkinton. Sara talked about how the building at one point was a boot factory and silk factory. Decorations around the building include boot and silk factory pictures and memorabilia as well as pictures of historic Hopkinton landmarks and maps.

For more watch the video or go to www.HRBChopkinton.com

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Video Segment: Car Hits Dynasty Chinese Restaurant

Hopkinton Police and Rescue were on the scene at Dynasty Chinese Restaurant after a car rammed into the side of the building. Fortunately no one inside or outside the restaurant suffered significant injury.

The driver and his passenger are reportedly okay and were taken to the hospital for examination. The building inspector examined the damage to the buildings exterior and determined the restaurant does not need to close. Dynasty remains open for business.

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