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The Anything and Everything Goes Review at the Senior Center

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Come see what our talented theatre students have put together for our entertainment! Come watch showcased singing, dancing and scenes from plays and comedies. Let’s see what this year’s group has in store for us!

Directed by Mary Scarlata-Rowe
Musical Direction by Amanda Maffei
Friday June 27, 1pm at the Hopkinton Senior Center

Enjoy a free, fun afternoon of music, skits and dance.

Show What Community TV Means to You!

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On Tuesday July 1st at 7:00pm in Town Hall Room 211 there will be a “Cable Needs Ascertainment Public Hearing”, in which Verizon wants to hear what you have to say about Community TV. Here in Hopkinton, Community Television means: HCAM.

Meet Joe Kennedy and your other representatives in Hopkinton on Saturday, 6/21 at 1pm.

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All are welcome to join us at this small informal event at a private home in Hopkinton. This is a special opportunity where you'll have a chance to meet and chat with your representatives. Our remaining capacity however is limited If you are interested in attending, please contact Dick Duggan for further details at 508-435-4007 or dick.duggan@hopkintondemocrats.org.
No contributions or fees of any kind are needed.

Special guests will include (but are not limited to):

DCR Opens Several Beaches and Waterfronts Early to Accommodate Visitors

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Due to the warm weather conditions forecasted for later this week, the Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) Commissioner Jack Murray is pleased to announce that the following DCR beaches and waterfronts will be staffed and guarded 7 days-a-week beginning Wednesday, June 18, 2014. Lifeguards will be on duty from 11:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m.

Summer News Notes from the 4H Clubs

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The Woodville Trailbusters 4H Horse Club and Woodville Crafty Cats 4H Club are already working on props for their 7th Annual Haunted Trail Walk in October. This year, scenes will be about Ghostbusters, Plant Shop with many different flowers of all types, sizes and colors. Some may really like people, too. Doctor MacGregor has been experimenting in his garden with veggies. Shoot-out at the corral and cemetery with legendary outlaws. The torture chambers have an added feature. The Addams family will have some members visiting the walk.

Planning Board Discusses Scenic Road Tree Trimming with NSTAR

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A discussion for tree trimming on Hopkinton scenic roads took place with NSTAR Arborist Chris Fallon and representative JoAnne O’Leary during the June 16 Planning Board meeting. The deliberations are inconclusive at this time and will be continued to a later meeting date.

St. Paul’s Friday Family Movie Night June 20

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Looking for something to do this Friday night?

Hopkinton Parks and Rec Partners with HCA for Summer Concert Series

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The Hopkinton Center for the Arts and the Hopkinton Parks and Recreation department have partnered to produce and sponsor the Summer Concert Series on the Hopkinton Common. Additionally, the concert series is sponsored in part by the Barbara Corbett-Dobson and Dave Dobson Memorial Fund. The free series begins June 20th and runs through mid-August, with each concert featuring headlining musical acts as well as children’s entertainment, providing a full family experience.

Concerts on the Common Series Starts June 20th

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Hopkinton Summer Concert Series on the Hopkinton Common

Join us for a half hour children’s performance then an hour and a half of great music!

Fri., 6/20, 6 - 8pm Times Square
Sun., 6/29, 5 -7pm Stompers
Sun., 7/13, 5 -7pm Roy Scott Big Band
Sun., 7/20, 5 -7pm Help
Sun., 7/27, 5 -7pm Metrowest Symphony
Sun., 8/3, 5 -7pm Summer Concert Band
Sun., 8/10, 5 -7pm Reminiscants
Sun., 8/17, 5 -7pm Glamour Girls

Troop 1 Boy Scouts Fundraising Dinner and Silent Auction

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Friday, June 20, 2014, 5-8 PM at St. John the Evangelist Church, 20 Church St., Hopkinton. TICKETS $10, at the door or from any Troop 1 Scout. Children under 6 years old eat free!

Spaghetti and Meatball Dinner prepared and served by Troop 1 and families. Includes salad, bread, coffee and dessert. This will be a festive community event on the first night of Summer to fund High Adventure/Leadership Trip to Alaska, Summer 2014.

Chilkoot High Adventure Base with the Great Alaska Council Boy Scouts of America and the International Wilderness Leadership School

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