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Hopkinton Drug Hosts Their 28th Annual Holiday Open House

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Celebrate the Holiday Season with all of us at Hopkinton Drug on the weekend of December 3rd and 4th from 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM for our 28th Annual Holiday Open House.

Bring the whole family along and enjoy everything from refreshments, door prizes, raffles to benefit Project Just Because, music, and caricatures to children's crafts, face painting, and pictures with Santa! (Please make sure to bring your own camera.)

Other highlights include sampling natural products and the opportunity to meet with representatives from some top supplement companies.

HPTA Holiday Home Tour and Boutique

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Fast Facts:
What: The HPTA Holiday Home Tour and Boutique
When: Saturday, December 3, 11am-5pm & Sunday, December 4, 12pm-4pm
Where: Tour begins at Bee’s Knees Design, 1 Main Street, Hopkinton
Highlights: Guests spend the day viewing 6 beautiful, private residences decorated in the holiday spirit. Each home visit enhanced by wine or food tastings as well as unique shopping opportunities.
Beneficiary: Hopkinton PTA in support of the Hopkinton Public Schools
Contact: Erin Graziano: [email protected]

Hillers Volleyball Advances to D2 State Finals

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The Hopkinton Hillers handed Amherst their first loss of the season in the Division 2 State Semi-Finals Wednesday Night (11/16). Hopkinton improved to 21-2 on the season while the Amherst Hurricanes fell to 23-1. Hopkinton defeated Medway (3-0), Westboro (3-1) and Canton (3-0) in the Central sectionals to advance to take on West Champion, Amherst in the State Semi's. Amherst went into the semi-finals matchup having won every single set except two all season.

HPLF's 4th Hoptoberfest Raises $30,000

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On Friday, October 28, over 300 “Hoptoberfest” partygoers filled St. John’s Parish Hall, raising over $30,000 for the Library renovation and expansion project set to open its doors in the Summer of 2017. Hopkinton Public Library Foundation’s Fourth Annual Hoptoberfest, a fun night out to celebrate the fall and enjoy all things local, helped Library fundraising top $800,000.

Shop Local! Primarily Potters Collective Exhibit and Sale at HCA

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The public is invited to the Primarily Potters Collective Exhibit and Sale, running Nov. 18 through Nov. 20, at the Hopkinton Center for the Arts (98 Hayden Rowe St.). This annual exhibit is free to the public and guests can purchase handcrafted gifts and ceramic wares from the artists for themselves or as unique gifts for friends and family. The Primarily Potters collective is comprised of artists who have been exhibiting their work together for more than 10 years. A Meet the Artists public reception will be held Friday, Nov. 18 from 5 to 7 p.m.

Hopkinton Boy Scout Troop 1 Christmas Tree Sale

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Hopkinton Boy Scout Troop 1 is selling fresh cut Christmas trees again this year. The tree lot behind CVS opens after Thanksgiving, on Friday, November 25 at 12:00pm. The trees are the fragrant traditional New England Balsam Fir (4-11 ft.) and the dark green, low-shedding, sturdy-branched Fraser Fir (5-12 ft.). The scouts will be selling trees until they are gone. Hours are Wed 4-7pm, Thurs 4-7pm, Fri 4-9pm, Sat 9am-8pm, Sun 9am-6pm. Closed Monday and Tuesday. Each year Troop 1 makes a special order to their vendor for the largest tree they can find to donate to the town.

Ruth A. Kantzer, 90

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On Saturday, October 29, 2016, two weeks after her 90th birthday, beloved mother, sister, grandmother, and great-grandmother Ruth A. Kantzer, of Wrentham, passed peacefully away.

Ruth was born on October 14, 1926, the daughter of the late Terry and Avis Carlstrom.

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First Look: A New Episode of Wake Up and Smell the Poetry

Airing tonight, November 14 at 7:00 PM on HCAM-TV, Wake Up and Smell the Poetry airs with Linda Hoffman reading two of her memoirs. In the first, she reflects on being a sculptor. In the second, she tells of purchasing a farmhouse and an apple orchard.

Check out the preview below!

Hopkins Principal Tells Of Small Fire In School

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Dear Hopkins Families,

At approximately 9:10 this morning, our fire alarm system was unexpectedly activated and Hopkins School evacuated to our fields. All students and staff were immediately accounted for, per our evacuation procedures. The fire department was on scene and after an investigation determined that there had been a small, contained fire in a bathroom that activated the sprinkler system in the area.

Video: Hopkins School Celebrates Veterans Day

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Hopkins Elementary School hosted their annual Veteran’s Day ceremony. Veteran Michael Whalen and State Representative Carolyn Dykema were on hand to view the student presentations and spoke about the meaning of Veterans Day. View Photos Here!!

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