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Hopkinton Public Library to Host 'Truly Eleanor' Biographical Performance

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Library Director Nanci Hill and the Hopkinton Public Library, in partnership with the Hopkinton Women’s Club, are pleased to invite community members to a showing of “Truly Eleanor” by the Delvena Theatre Company next month.

Saturday, March 23, at 1 p.m.

Hopkinton Public Library, 13 Main St.

Delvena Theatre Company will present "Truly Eleanor," a biographical performance about the life of First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt.

To register for the event, click here.

Prepare for a Night of Fabulous Fun at Fundraiser to Benefit Baypath Humane Society

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Baypath Humane Society is excited to announce that tickets to our 12th Annual Fur Ball Gala are on sale now! Please join Baypath at the Verve Hotel in Natick on Friday, April 5th, 2024, for a night of food, entertainment, dancing, auction, and fun!

This year’s Fur Ball promises to be an event like no other, with the theme being Black and White!

As in previous years, Baypath will have a huge number of auction items, in a wide price range. Dress code is black and white! Tickets for the event are $150 per person and include food and a night of fun.

26.2 Foundation: A Look Back at 2023

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Happy New Year to all – friends, partners, advisors, Team Inspire runners, and Foundation supporters everywhere. We are deeply grateful for your backing and encouragement.

The past 12 months have been pivotal for us, and I believe we’ll come to look back on 2023 as a genuine turning point in our journey. One thing I know for certain is that we couldn’t have made the progress we did without you – so, thank you.

Here are just a few reasons why we believe that 2023 has been such a notable milestone.

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Watch Now: Hopkinton Permanent Building Committee seeks Community Input

By Tom Nappi, News Director

The Hopkinton Public Building Committee in correlation with Abacus Architects & Planners recently hosted a public forum to seek ideas for the community regarding down revitalization in Hopkinton.

Some of the ideas brought to the table included possible uses for Hopkinton Town Hall, Center School, Elmwood School and Fruit Street.

View more in segment below!

Watch Now: Local Businesses appreciate community at The Building Blocks Academy and Surge Ninja Building Demo

By Tom Nappi, News Director

Some Hopkinton businesses gave appreciation to the community by hosting a building demonstration for residents and some fun construction related activities for the kids at the new flex industrial building. The Building blocks academy and surge ninja building is located behind 88C Elm Street.

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.

View more in segment below!