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Free Community Meatloaf Dinner at St. Paul’s March 27

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The March Community Supper at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 61 Wood Street (Rte. 135) will be held at 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, March 27. All are welcome to this event, which is being supported by the churches of the Hopkinton Christian Service Connection. This month the main course will be meatloaf. This supper is held for the community on the last Wednesday of every month. The community supper is free, although donations will be accepted.

MassBay STEM Students Selected for Sanofi’s Hands-on Experiential Learning Opportunity

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MassBay STEM Students Selected for Sanofi’s Hands-on Experiential Learning Opportunity

PJB Shamrock Shindig 2019 Thank You

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Project Just Because held their 3rd annual Shamrock Shindig
on Friday, March 8 th at the HCA. A delicious dinner of
traditional St. Patty’s Day fare was provided by local Chef
Chris McFall. There was a terrific performance by Irish step
dancers from the Murphy Academy of Irish Dance. There were
many great auction items. Project Just Because would like to
thank everyone involved for helping to make the event such a
success. We are grateful for the caring support of our
volunteers. We appreciate all of our guests who were able to

Baypath Humane Society Pet of the Week - Keeper

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Keeper is a 2 year old Male Cat available for adoption at the Baypath Humane Society. Keeper is a calm, laid back cat who seems to get along with other cats and would be good in a home with older children or adults. View more below!

Hopkinton’s 4th Annual “Edible Book Festival” Returns Friday!

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Attention Readers & Bakers: Start your ovens!

Hopkinton Girl Scouts invite book and food lovers of all ages to Hopkinton’s 4th Annual Edible Book Festival, to be held on Friday March 15th at Hopkinton Library from 4-5 PM. This event is free and open to the public.

9th Annual Hopkinton Athletics Booster Club Fundraiser

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Hello Hopkinton Athletics Supporter:

Looking for a fun night out on the town? If so, please join us at the Hopkinton Country Club on Saturday March 23rd from 7-11:30pm for the 9TH ANNUAL BOOSTERS FUNDRAISER!

This is our annual fundraiser which benefits all high school sports teams. Below are some of the recent purchases made by the Boosters to enhance the athletic team experience at HHS.

HHS Booster Club has recently provided to our athletes :

Proposal for the Aaron and Lucy Claflin House Historic District (76 Main St)

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At its meeting on February 28, 2019 the Hopkinton Historic District Commission (HHDC) reviewed a draft of the Preliminary Study Report for the creation of the Aaron and Lucy Claflin House Historic District (76 Main St), which is the subject of a Town Meeting Warrant Article submitted by the Hopkinton Historical Commission (HHC). The current property owner sought a demolition permit for the Claflin House; the Hopkinton Historical Commission then imposed a six-month demolition delay, which will expire July 4, 2019.

Video: Director of Land Use, Elaine Lazarus Discusses Proposed Zoning Bylaw Amendments

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In the below video, Director of Land Use and Town Operations, Elaine Lazarus discussed proposed Zoning Bylaw Amendments. Several public hearings will take place in the upcoming Planning Board Meeting on March 25th at 7:30pm. Public participation is heavily encouraged! "Public participation is an integral part of the process.

Call For Art! Creative Circles Small Works Show

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Hopkinton Center for the Arts (HCA) - Barn Loft Gallery
March 26 – May 9, 2019
Reception and Round Robin Event – Thursday, March 28, 6:30-8:30 pm

Geri Holland and Cynthia Franca, hosts of the Creative Circles Art for All! are excited to announce the Celebratory Program for 2019!

Artists of all ages and the general public are invited to attend for a sharing of artwork, song, writing, and performance. Please join us! Let’s celebrate, together, the creative spirit in our community!

Hopkinton Water Department Requests Help Shoveling Out Fire Hydrants

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The Water Department requests your assistance, in maintaining accessibility to the town's 700 fire hydrants, for the safety and protection of everyone. During the winter hydrants can become buried by snow during a storm. If you have a fire hydrant that that is near your home, please help us make it visible and accessible to the Fire Department for use in an emergency. Precious seconds can be lost searching for the hydrant or removing snow to gain access to it. Help make your neighborhood safe for everyone!

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