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Hopkinton Library News October 2017

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Library Grand Opening October 16!

The Hopkinton Public Library Trustees and staff are excited to announce the library's Grand Opening at 13 Main Street! Please join us at 11 am on Monday, October 16 for the ribbon cutting ceremony.

After the ribbon cutting, Library Trustees will lead tours of the building from 11:30 am-2 pm and from 5-7 pm.

Refreshments will be available, courtesy of Snappy Dogs and the Library Trustees.

The Children's and Young Adult librarians will offer fun drop-in activities to welcome kids and teens to the library.

Church Course on Islam to Address Sharia Law

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The next three classes of St. Paul’s Introduction to Islam for Christians will address the most contentious issue in America regarding Islam: Sharia Law. During the classes being held October 8, 15, and 22, Mona Ives of the Worcester Islamic Center will answer the questions: What is Sharia Law? How does it relate to US civil and criminal law? Is Islam a violent religion, requiring military conquest to spread its message? The classes will be held at St. Paul’s parish hall at 11:30 a.m., and are free and open to the public. St. Paul’s is located at 61 Wood Street (Rte.

Hopkinton Veterans' Breakfast 10-6-2017

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Dear Veterans and Friends:

Summer may be over, but we still have the warmth of the Vets Breakfast on 6 October 2017, at 0900 hours at the Hopkinton Senior Center. Include chipped beef with all the fixins', and you have a great start to your morning.

You might share a table with any of the hundreds of Hopkinton veterans. Here they are: . A recent photo, the 570th, that will soon be posted online is of Brevet Brigadier General Charles F. Walcott.

Sheriff Koutoujian welcomes Pinal County Sheriff Mark Lamb to tour the Housing Unit for Military Veterans

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BILLERICA, Mass. – Middlesex Sheriff Peter J. Koutoujian recently welcomed Pinal County Sheriff Mark Lamb to the Middlesex Jail & House of Correction.

Sheriff Lamb visited the facility on Wednesday, September 27 to tour the Housing Unit for Military Veterans (HUMV). Opened in January 2016, HUMV is the only specialized unit for incarcerated military Veterans in Massachusetts.

Video: Hillers Sports Update 9-29-2017

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Below are the latest Hillers scores and video update. The video update will get you caught up with all Hopkinton Hillers Varsity sports. In the video update, HCAM news caught up with Hillers Girls Soccer captains, Sammi Hersh and Kate Huebner.

Monday September 25th:
Girls Soccer: Hopedale - 0 @ Hopkinton - 5
Girls Volleyball: Millis - 0 @ Hopkinton - 3
Field Hockey: Dover-Sherborn - 0 @ Hopkinton - 1

Public Notice: Sealed bids for the construction of the Fruit Street Well Pump Station & Pipeline Upgrades

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Sealed bids for the construction of the Fruit Street Well Pump Station & Pipeline Upgrades for the Town of Hopkinton, Massachusetts, will be received at the Department of Public Works, 66 Fruit Street, Hopkinton, MA 01748 until 11:00 AM prevailing time, on November 9, 2017 at which time and place said bids will be publicly opened and read aloud.

Video: Selectmen Congratulate Class of 1967 on 50 Year Reunion

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The Hopkinton Board of Selectmen unanimously approved a Proclamation declaring Columbus Day Weekend 2017 as Hopkinton High School Alumni weekend. The Selectmen also congratulated members of the Hopkinton High School Class of 1967 on its 50th Reunion. View News Segment below!

Video: Board of Selectmen recognizes Charter Review Committee

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The Hopkinton Board of Selectmen publicly recognized the work of the volunteers in the Charter Review Committee at last night's meeting. The Committee includes: Richard Flannery, Michelle Murdock, Curt Cooprider, Elizabeth Herlihy, Jean Bertschmann, Todd Cestari and Chairman, Pam Waxlax.
View the news segment below!

Video: Marty's Fine Wines & Liquors hosts "Oktoberfest" Event

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Snappy Dogs served up some brats and samples were available from Jack Abby's Craft Liquors and Dogfish Head at Marty's Fine Wines & Liquors in Hopkinton 1st Oktoberfest event. View some scenes from the fun-filled afternoon in the news segment below.

Enter Stage Left Theater Presentation "Of Mice and Men" Starts This Friday 9/29/17

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Eighty years. That's how long ago Of Mice And Men was written. And it's still wildly popular, as both a book and a play.

But maybe you missed reading it in high school. Or maybe you forgot to go when it came out as a movie in 1939. And again in 1968. And once more in 1992 (gee, you're busy).

Well, lucky for you, it's here in Hopkinton this month for five moving performances.


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