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Protecting & Preserving Hopkinton’s Indigenous Ceremonial Stone Landscape, A workshop led by Doug Harris on May 11th

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This participatory workshop focuses on how to actively protect Indigenous Ceremonial Stone Landscapes (CSLs) in recognition of their cultural significance to the land and Tribes of the Northeast. Doug Harris, Deputy Tribal Historic Preservation Officer for the Narragansett Indian Tribal Historic Preservation Office, will lead the process. The workshop builds on the 2018 Let the Landscape Speak presentation, which introduced many townspeople to CSLs and how to identify them. The 2019 program will address how to protect and preserve identified sites with formal agreements.

CALL FOR ART: Arts in Bloom Juried Show June 4 - July 18, 2019

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Reception: Thursday, June 13, 6:00 - 7:30pm

Arts in Bloom is a juried show open to all artists. Juror Christine O'Donnell (Owner of Beacon Gallery in Boston) will select the work to be exhibited, and will choose six winners whose work will be accompanied by fresh flower arrangements designed by Hopkinton Garden Club members. The winning artists will also receive cash prizes totaling over $1,000.

Hopkinton Chamber of Commerce April Business After Hours 5-7pm Wednesday Night (4/24) at Bills Pizza

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April Business After Hours

Apr 24, 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM

Bill's Pizzeria Kitchen + Grille, 14 Main St, Hopkinton, MA 01748, USA

This free, member event is designed specifically for those who want to expand their network of contacts, generate new business leads, and learn the most effective strategies for networking. If you are not a Chamber member, you are welcome to join as a guest or join the Chamber through our website.

Video: Board of Selectmen Approve 3 Ballot Questions for 2019 Town Election

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The Board of Selectmen approved 3 ballot questions for this years Annual Town Election. The ballot questions include: 1) Under-ride in the amount of $1,180,568, 2) Purchase of a Ladder Truck for the Fire Department and 3) Municipal Parking in the downtown and/or adjacent at Town Hall.

Town Meeting will take place starting on Monday, May 6th and continue on Tuesday May 7th and Wednesday May 8th. All nights will start at 7pm. The Annual Town Election will be on Monday, May 20th.

View more in the video below.

Video: Upcoming Events in Hopkinton

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-On Wednesday April 24th, the Hopkinton Womens Club hosts the 32nd annual Meet the Candidates Night at the HCAM studios. Get a chance to ask this years Town Election candidates questions. You can ask questions a number of ways including attending the event or emailing questions prior to [email protected]. Meet the candidates night starts at 7pm on Wednesday April 24th.

Hopkinton Police Association Fishing Derby to take Place Saturday, May 11th

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On Saturday, May 11th from 9am until Noon, the Hopkinton Police Association will host their annual Fishing Derby. The derby will take place at the Hopkinton Sportsmen's Association on 95 Lumber Street. You can pre-register by calling 508-497-3401.

HCAM Presents the 2019 Town Election Contested Races Debate

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On Wednesday May 1st at 7pm, HCAM will host Hopkinton Town Election debates for the contested races. This year there are 5 contested races: Board of Selectmen, Town Moderator, Commissioners of Parks & Recreation, Commissioners of Trust Funds and Planning Board (2 year term). The debates will take place in the HCAM studios which are located at 77 Main Street on the lower level. Panelists this year include Freelance Reporter & HCAM Board Member, Michelle Murdock and HCAM News Director, Tom Nappi.

Hopkinton Parks and Recreation Department Easter Egg Hunt Saturday April 20th at Center School

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This Saturday, Hopkinton Parks & Recreation Department hosts their annual Easter Egg Hunt. The event will take place at Center School due to expected rain 11am-Noon. Festivities include pictures with the Easter Bunny and some Easter Eggs for the kids.

Friends of Whitehall Educational Program Saturday April 27th 2019

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Lyme disease is the most prevalent infectious disease in Massachusetts and is now considered to be a public health crisis. In addition to Lyme, deer ticks can carry the pathogens which cause Babesiosis, Anaplasmosis, Relapsing Fever and Powassan virus, all of which can be very serious.
TICK-BORNE DISEASES ARE COMPLETELY PREVENTABLE…
COME LEARN HOW!

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