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Yoga - A Way of Life

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A discourse and demonstration by Shubhada Wavikar of The Sacred Grove, a yoga studio in Hopkinton, MA., will take place at the Hopkinton Senior Center on Wednesday, August 17 at 7:00 PM. Shuba will talk about the origin, types and branches of yoga. We will discuss the mind - body - soul connection in yoga, and note some research supporting yoga's health benefits. We will briefly touch upon postures (asanas), some breathing techniques (pranayama), hand gestures (mudras), and meditation. We will also discuss the concept of mindfulness. We welcome you to attend this workshop.

Heathers The Musical Opens at Hopkinton Center for the Arts this August

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Enter Stage Left Theater (ESL) presents Heathers The Musical for four laugh-out-loud performances this August in Hopkinton. Heathers is a witty, fast paced musical that tells the story of Veronica Sawyer, a brainy, beautiful teenage misfit who finds herself in the most powerful and ruthless clique at Westerberg High – the Heathers. Directed by NYU faculty Rachel MacKenzie, Heathers The Musical runs Fridays and Saturdays, Aug. 12-13 and Aug. 19-20 at 7:30 p.m. at the Hopkinton Center for the Arts (98 Hayden Rowe St., Hopkinton). Tickets are $25 adults and $18 for students and seniors (60+).

K-9 Officer Cesh gets the Bad Guy at HPD National Night Out

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Sergeant Stone & K-9 Cesh of the Holliston Police Department stopped by the Hopkinton Police National Night Out at Hopkinton Middle School to give a demonstration on some of the tasks of the K9 unit. Sergeant Stone & K-9 Cesh demonstrated how Cesh can find an item based on smell and also how Cesh can chase down the bad guy with the help of another Officer in a training suit. View K-9 Cesh going after the bad guy below.

Video: State Police Chopper at HPD National Night Out

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The Massachusetts State Police chopper stopped by the Hopkinton Police Department National Night Out. National Night Out is a nation wide event to encourage safety in communities and allows residents of all ages an opportunity to get to know Police officers and law enforcement serving in their community. Below view the take off and fly by.

Hopkinton Lions Club Grocery Dash

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Saturday, October 1, 2016 at 9:00 AM
167 West Main Street - Hopkinton, MA.

Register now for Hopkinton's own 4th Annual Live4Evan 5k!

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Live4Evan 5k
Saturday Sept. 10, 9 am
EMC Park, USATF certified course
Registration - Race Wire $30 before August 10, $35 after
All proceeds will benefit our efforts to provide housing to families of cardiac care patients at Children's Hospital
New this year: Babysitting in the Doyle Gym from 8 am to 10 am and Corn Hole Tournament!
After events on Middle School field:
Live Music by Boston Casuals, Face Painting for Kids, Strength Training & More

Tickets Available for Keep Smilin' 4 Abbie Field Hockey Fundraiser

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Spectator ticketing for the 2016 KeepSmlilin4Abbie Field Hockey fundraiser is now open! Spectator tickets are $12 when purchased on-line, $15 at the door on the day of our event: August 6, 2016.

Your ticket will include a tee shirt and a key chain! We'll have food trucks as well so you can eat great BBQ while you watch the Hiller alumni take on the Hiller 2015 varsity squad. We'll also have an exhibition game between community leaders and parents of the program.

Roadwork Notice: South Mill Street Closed Wednesday August 3rd

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Due to today’s rain the Rubber Chip Seal work on South Mill St has been rescheduled to Wednesday August 3

South Mill St – Full length. Road closed to through traffic 7am-5pm.

Please seek alternate routes.

Mike Mansir
Hopkinton Highway Manager

Lawn Watering Banned Immediately

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This is Eric Carty, with the Hopkinton DPW water and sewer department, with an important water supply notice. Due to the elevated drought conditions to severe, a dramatic increase in water use and a rapid decrease in ground and surface water levels, it has become necessary to restrict ALL lawn watering effective immediately. We continue to receive very little rain to help recharge our aquifers. It is Imperative that everyone turn off all automatic irrigation systems. This is necessary to ensure a safe and adequate supply for our daily essential needs and for firefighting capabilities.

John E. Cahill, 90

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John E. Cahill, 90, died Tuesday, July 26, 2016 at Medway Country Manor. He was the husband of the late Evelyn M. (Cellucci) Cahill, who died in February 2008.

Born in Hopkinton, he was the son of the late John E. (Jack) Cahill Sr. and Ida (Koskela) Cahill.

John was a lifelong resident of Hopkinton and worked as a US Postal letter carrier there for 30 years.

He was a WWII Marine Veteran of A Company 5th Engineer Battalion 26th Marine Regiment 5th Division where he served in the Iwo Jima Conflict and earned a Purple Heart.


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