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The Margie & Liisa Show is LIVE on Wednesday

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Tune in to HCAM at 7:00 pm on Wednesday for the latest episode of the Margie & Liisa Show.

This week, Margie, Liisa and their guests will be talking about the new Marathon School and want to know what’s your favorite thing about it. The HPTA Hopkinton Carnival is in town and we want to know what’s your favorite ride/activity. And they will be discussing border detainees separated from children - right or wrong?

Hopkinton Trails Club Event

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Sunday, June 24, noon : Whitehall Woods walk. We'll tour one of the town's newest Open Space properties. The trails wind through a beautiful area, with connections to Upton State Forest. Part of the walk is in a wildlife sanctuary, so no dogs, please. Whitehall Woods is located at 203 Pond Street in Hopkinton. When you arrive, follow the entrance of a new subdivision road on the west side of Pond Street to a small gravel parking lot on the left side of the road. You will see a sign for "Whitehall Woods Trail, Connector to Upton Forest", and an entrance kiosk in front of the parking area.

Video: Center School Re-Use Advisory Team Public Forum 6-13-2018

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The Center School Re-use Advisory Committee hosted their 1st public forum on Wednesday (6/13) at the HCAM studios. During the forum, potential uses for the Center School building were discussed.

The Center School Re-use Advisory team includes: Claire Wright, Frank D'Urso, Michael Auen, John Pavlov, Rob Dobinski, Amy Ritterbusch, Jennifer Devlin, Darlene Hayes, Laura Barry, Ken Weismantel (Vice-Chair) and RIchard Flannery (Chair).

View the forum below:

Hopkinton Military History: Italian Campaign of World War II

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In keeping with a continuing examination of Hopkinton veterans' contribution to military history, those who attended the recent Vets Breakfast reviewed the Italian Campaign of World War II. Several soldiers from Hopkinton were in the heat of that battle.

Video: Center School Flag Day Ceremony 2018

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Center School Students dressed in Red, White and Blue and sung Patriotic songs at the annual and final Center School Flag Day Ceremony followed by a march around Hopkinton Town Common. The tradition is expected to continue next year at the new Marathon Elementary School. View this years Flag Day Festivities below.

Electronics Recycling Event at St. John's Church

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SATURDAY, June 23rd
St. John’s Church,
20 Church St, Hopkinton MA
9:00 AM to 2:00 PM

Accepting:
Any and all electronics and appliances, including TV’s,
monitors, computers, printers, microwaves, AC’s, washers,
dryers, lawn mowers and any item that has a plug.

Video: Marathon Elementary School Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

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View the Marathon Elementary School Ribbon Cutting Ceremony from Saturday (6/9) below! Speakers to welcome Hopkinton's new Elementary School included: State Representative, Carolyn Dykema, State Senator, Karen Spilka, 26.2 Foundation Executive Director, Tim Kilduff, Brendan Tedstone and Claire Wright from the Hopkinton Board of Selectmen, Nancy Cavanaugh from the Hopkinton School Committee, School Superintendent, Dr.

Enter Stage Left Theater Presents Summer Musical Workshop

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This entirely original, two-week musical theater workshop includes songs and scenes from Disney, Broadway and popular movie musicals, including Frozen, Aladdin, Annie, Wizard of Oz, Shrek, and more!

Over the course of the workshop, actors will learn and develop skills that will be put to use during two full performances on the final day.

In addition to plenty of instruction on the songs and scenes that will be presented during the final show, tuition includes a t-shirt and DVD of the performance.

Video: Baypath Humane Society Pet of the Week - Mia

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Mia is a fun playful mixed breed dog who is available at the Baypath Humane Society for adoption. She was found in Louisiana with burn-marks from an unknown incident. View more about Mia in the video below.

Free Pasta Dinner at St. Paul’s June 27

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The May Community Pasta Supper at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 61 Wood Street (Rte. 135) will be held at 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, June 27. 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.
The pasta supper is free, although donations will be accepted.

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