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Hopkinton’s Enter Stage Left Theater Launches “Be The Hero of Your Story” Campaign

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Over the next week, and in connection with promoting performances of its spring musical, Big Fish, the Enter Stage Left Theater (ESL) has partnered with local charities to build awareness, while donating up to 10% of ticket sales back to those charities.

Edward Bloom, the production’s protagonist, conveys that “being a hero” means more than adventure. It means, in his larger-than-life way, standing up for, helping out, and loving others along life’s bold journey. As Edward says, “The best part of an adventure is the people you meet!”

Video: Annual Hopkinton Police VS Special Olympics Basketball Game 2017

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Every year the Hopkinton Police Department and Hopkinton Special Olympics team square off on the basketball court of Brown Gymnasium. Even though the Special Olympics team defeated the Hopkinton Police Department continuing their losing streak, both teams had a great time infront of a full crowd at Hopkinton Middle School. See some highlights from this years game below.

Hopkinton Cultural & Diversity Public Forum April 11th

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The Hopkinton Cultural & Diversity Alliance will be hosting a public discussion with a focus on Community Diversity and the goal of increasing awareness. The discussion will focus on compassion and community connections. The forum takes place Tuesday April 11th 7pm at the Hopkinton High School Auditorium.

Video: School Committee Chooses "Marathon Elementary School"

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The School Committee has chosen a name for the new Elementary School Building currently in progress at 129 Hayden Rowe St. The Committee sent out the following announcement to be shared with the public: "At their meeting on March 16, 2017, the School Committee voted to name the new elementary school building "Marathon Elementary School". The Committee would like to thank everyone who participated in the naming process for this exciting project."

Celebrate Recovery at Faith Community Church

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Celebrate Recovery is a broad Christ-centered recovery program being used in over 29,000 churches nationwide and internationally that addresses addictions, and any hurts, hang-ups, and habits that damage people’s lives. Using principles from the Bible and integrating the 12 Steps of AA, Celebrate Recovery celebrates God’s healing power as people work together along the road to recovery with Jesus Christ as their higher power.

"Hidden America" Coming to Hopkinton Library

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We're hosting our very first community read! We invite the Hopkinton community to read Hidden America by Jeanne Marie Laskas and join us for events and discussions throughout April. Get started today - copies of the book are available at the library now, or you can click here to place a hold on a copy directly.

Free Pasta Dinner at St. Paul's March 29th

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The March Community Pasta Supper

at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 61 Wood Street (Rte. 135) will be held at 5:30

p.m. on Wednesday, March 29. All are welcome to this event, which is being

supported by the churches of the Hopkinton Christian Service Connection. This

pasta supper is held for the community on the last Wednesday of every month.

The meal will feature pasta (gluten free available), vegetarian tomato sauce,

meatballs on the side, green salad, bread, beverages, and dessert.

School Committee Chooses New Elementary School Building Name

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The School Committee has chosen a name for the new Elementary School Building currently in progress at 129 Hayden Rowe St. They sent out the following announcement to be shared with the public: "At their meeting on March 16, 2017, the School Committee voted to name the new elementary school building Marathon Elementary School. The Committee would like to thank everyone who participated in the naming process for this exciting project."

HHS Art Department Honors Exhibit

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The Hopkinton High School Art Exhibit is returning to the Center for the Arts. The Public Reception will take place March 30th 6-7pm at the HCA. Public Viewing will be available March 30th through April 11th.

Upcoming Events at Hopkinton Library March 22nd-27th

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Come color with us at Coloring for Grownups on Wednesday, March 22! Drop in anytime after 6:30 pm. We'll provide materials or you can bring your own!

The Friends of the Hopkinton Public Library invite you to hear Nathalia Holt, author of Rise of the Rocket Girls, at 7 pm on Thursday, March 23 at the Hopkinton Center for the Arts. Rise of the Rocket Girls by Nathalia Holt book cover

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