Video: Happenings in Hopkinton

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A few of the latest happenings in town include; "The Spoon" opening at 1 Lumber Street, Hopkinton Lions Club celebrate 40th Anniversary, an epic Senior prank on their last day of High School and the Class of 2017 Junior Prom Grand Match. View highlights below.

Curbside Trash Public Forum 7:30pm Tuesday May 31st at HCAM Studios

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On Tuesday May 31st at 7:30pm, Town Manager Norman Khumalo alongside Director of Public Works, John Westerling will be hosting an Automated curbside trash forum to discuss town trash pickup.

Residents are invited to submit questions by asking questions live at the forum in the HCAM studios at 77 Main Street, you can also submit questions during the forum online at or call in at 508-625-1640.

The Automated Curbside Trash Forum will take place Tuesday May 31st at 7:30-8:30pm.

Video: "The Spoon" is Open for Business!

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The locally famous "Golden Spoon" opened their doors in 1981 as a coffee shop and turned into a full service restaurant in 2001. The "Golden Spoon" became a Sunday morning tradition for many local residents.

Touch-A-Truck and Food Truck Festival Returns to Hopkinton for Fifth Year

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Hopkinton Public Library Foundation’s 5th Annual Touch-A-Truck and Food Truck Festival will take place, rain or shine, on Sunday, June 12, 2016, from 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM, at the Hopkinton High School Parking Lot. This event has something for boys and girls of all ages!

Join The Fun at the Hopkinton Center for the Arts Summer Kick Off Concert

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The Hopkinton Center for the Arts (HCA) welcomes Boston’s premiere dance band NightRhythm to headline the HCA Summer Kick Off Concert Friday, June 17 from 6:30 to 9:30 PM. The public is invited to bring a blanket, picnic, and the entire family to this free concert at the HCA’s new outdoor performance space at 98 Hayden Rowe St. in Hopkinton. This concert is just the start of a full summer of outdoor concerts and events at the HCA. For more information, and a full schedule of happenings, click here.

Video: Hopkinton Chamber of Commerce: State of the Town Address

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The Hopkinton Chamber of Commerce hosted the 2016 State of the Town Address in the HCAM studios. Speakers included: Hopkinton Chamber President, Scott Richardson, Selectmen Vice-Chair, John Coutinho, Town Manager, Norman Khumalo and Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Cathy MacLeod and local business owner, Harold Nahigian.

Hopkins School Principal Search: Community Forum Rescheduled

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Due to unforeseen circumstances, the Hopkins Principal finalist candidate community forum set to take place on Tuesday, May 24 at 7:00 PM has been rescheduled as follows:

Tuesday, May 31st, in the Hopkins School Library
Mr. Regan will be available at 7:00 PM.
Ms. Bilello will be available at 7:30 PM.

An integral part of the process involves parent, staff, and community input. The Superintendent, Dr. Cathy MacLeod, invites interested parents, staff, and community members to this public forum to meet the finalists, and ask any questions they may have.

Anjali Mitter Duva on Indian History and Dance: Cancelled Due to Illness

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This event has been cancelled due to illness.

Anjali Mitter Duva, author of Faint Promise of Rain, will speak about Indian history and dance at the Hopkinton Senior Center, 28 Mayhew Street, on Wednesday, May 27 at 7:00 PM and will demonstrate Indian dance. She will also bring delicious samosas to try! Books will be available for purchase at the end of the evening. The event is sponsored by the Hopkinton Public Library.

Hopkinton Education Foundation Announces 2016 Grant Awards

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The Hopkinton Education Foundation (Ed Foundation) awarded nine grants totaling over $86,900 to schools in the Hopkinton Public School system. These nine grants were chosen as their ideas best met the foundation’s criteria for innovation and positively impacting the Hopkinton Public School System. After today’s announcement, the total funds awarded to the Hopkinton Public School system are nearly $1.2 million.

Networking Works! on May 26

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The Massachusetts Council of Aging (MCOA) is launching a new Regional Networking Group program right in your local area to support and assist people 50+ years old who are looking for a new job or guidance in transitioning into a new career direction.

This program is open to any individual who resides in Massachusetts and is 50 years and older. Networking meetings will be held at the Hopkinton Council On Aging (COA) biweekly on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month at 9:00 AM through June 2016.

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