Watch Now: Select Board Approves Town Manager Appointments, Ray Stephenson and Daniel Boudreau to Hopkinton Public Library Staff

By Tom Nappi, News Director

The Select Board approved the following Town Manager Appointments:
● Ray Stephenson (current Library substitute) as Senior Library Assistant, ● Daniel Boudreau as Adult Services Librarian.

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Hopkinton Public Library - October 2023 Events

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We have recently launched a big event series called One Book/One Hopkinton, a community-wide read that centers around Anne Tyler's book, Digging to America. It runs through November 17, and community members can participate by checking out a copy of the book (available here at the Library), attending one of our programs, and/or discussing the book's themes with family and friends. In a town that welcomes and engages with all, we hope that it sparks discussions about who we are as a community, and who we want to be as individuals.

Registration Open for our 14th Annual Paws & Claws 5k!

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Registration is now open for Baypath Humane Society’s 14th Annual Paws & Claws 5k! Registration for the 14th Annual Paws & Claws 5k presented by VCA Animal Hospitals is officially open! This year’s event takes place on Sunday, October 15th at the beautiful Hopkinton State Park. Baypath is thrilled that the community will be able to come together again for this major event. The Baypath Paws & Claws 5K is one of Baypath’s largest events each year and is responsible for helping the organization meet their mission of caring for over 1000 cats and dogs each year.

Hopkinton Women's Club Monthly Meeting: Monday, September 11th

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The Hopkinton Women’s Club will be holding its monthly meeting on Monday, September 11 at 9:30 a.m. at the Hopkinton Public Library. Join us for a social gathering that will be followed by a business meeting.

We welcome new members who are interested in learning more about our charity work, educational programs and social gatherings.

October 16: social gathering and business meeting at 9:30.
October 23: evening program by the Green Committee at 6:30 at the Library. Public is welcomed.

Hopkinton Center for the Arts: John Oates headlines HCA Celebrity Spotlight on September 9th

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HCA is proud to present its third annual Celebrity Spotlight on the Arts fundraising concert on September 9 featuring the incomparable, award-winning, artist, John Oates.

This signature fundraiser presents a nationally recognized artist annually in support of HCA’s mission and annual fund.

The John Oates Fundraising Concert may be sold out, but that doesn't mean you can't still be a part of something amazing. Here at the HCA, we're committed to supporting our community through our various programming initiatives, and we need your help to make that happen.

Town of Hopkinton Fills Newly Created Roles to Enhance Library Services...

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Town of Hopkinton Fills Newly Created Roles to Enhance Library Services; Sustainability, Economic Development, and Equity Initiatives

Town Manager Norman Khumalo is pleased to announce that the Town of Hopkinton has created and filled two new positions within the town to further enhance initiatives and programming.

Summer Bible Story Drop In at St. Paul’s

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St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Hopkinton will be hosting a Summer Bible Story Drop In for children in the community ages 2-5 and their parents or guardians. The Bible Story Drop In will be held from 10:30 a.m. to 12 noon on four consecutive Wednesday mornings --- July 12, 19, 26, and August 2. The Bible Story Drop In is free, and activities include stories, snacks, and juice. Participants are welcome to come any week that is convenient (or all four weeks) and should arrive at 10:15 a.m.

Hopkinton Youth and Family Services Highlights Hopkinton Youth Commission Chair Eva Bennet

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Hopkinton Youth and Family Services Director Dawn Alcott would like to highlight Hopkinton Youth Commission (HYC) Chair Eva Bennet for her service and dedication to the Commission and Hopkinton community.

While there have been other youth liaisons that have served before her, Bennet, who is currently a high school junior, is the first youth voting member to serve the Hopkinton Youth Commission. She previously served as HYC Secretary in 2021.