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Still Small Theater‘s A Hopkinton Nativity Cycle at St. Paul’s Dec. 2

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We know Jesus came for everyone, including us — but what would it look like if He had come to us right here and now? A Hopkinton Nativity Cycle, presented by Still Small Theater, is a quirky, heartwarming adaptation of the centuries-old York Nativity Cycle, and imagines what would happen if Jesus was born in our own time and town! Mixing humor and heart, pigeons, professors and pizza, this family-friendly piece will be followed by an open discussion with cast and creators. The short performance is free and open to the public, and will take place at St.

Video: Planning Board Discusses 147 Lumber Street Plan

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At this past weeks planning board meeting in addition to a public hering regarding whisper ridge and 143 spring street, they also continued the public hearing about 147 lumber street. The site developers presented changes to the proposed plan that were made since last meeting.

View the changes to the proposed 147 Lumber Street plan in the video below.

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Video: Hillers Girls Volleyball Road to State Finals 2017

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The Hopkinton Hillers Girls Volleyball team finished the regular season with 17 wins and 2 losses and now stand at 22 and 2 after winning 5 straight playoff games by way of the sweep. Hopkinton last lost a match on September 19th and since has won 18 straight with 17 sweeps in that span.

Free Pasta Dinner at St. Paul’s November 29

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The November Community Pasta Supper at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 61 Wood Street (Rte. 135) will be held at 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, November 29. All are welcome to this event, which is being supported by the churches of the Hopkinton Christian Service Connection. This pasta supper is held for the community on the last Wednesday of every month. There will not be a Pasta Supper in December due to the holidays.

HCA to Host New Year’s Eve Party

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The Hopkinton Center for the Arts is hosting a New Year’s Eve “pARTy” on Sunday, December 31 from 8 p.m. to 1 p.m. at the HCA, 98 Hayden Rowe Street.
The over-21 evening will feature the music of Hot Acoustics. Cost is $40 and includes food, a champagne toast at midnight, music and dancing. A cash bar will also be available.
Don’t miss the chance to ring in 2018 with your friends! Book your ticket now at

MIAA and Worcester State University Host Soccer and Volleyball State Finals

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Championship Breakfast at Worcester State University on Thursday, November 16, 2017

TVL Making Championship History!

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The championships won by Tri Valley League teams in MIAA tournaments this Fall may be unprecedented in the history of the league, or even in the state. The championships include a state title for Hopkinton golf, sectional titles for Hiller football and girls volleyball, sectional titles for Millis girls soccer and football, cross country sectional titles for Westwood girls cross country and Bellingham boys cross country, and Medway girls soccer plays in the south section finals on Tuesday, Nov. 14.

Stars Zoom Across the Walls In Hopkinton

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HCA Artists Aged 5 to 12 Respond to the Van Gogh Painting The Starry Night
Through January 11, 2018 in the Lotvin Family Gallery
Hopkinton Center for the Arts, 98 Hayden Rowe St., Hopkinton, MA

What happens when you ask kids to look at a painting and then to make ones of their own? Everything.

Hopkinton Education Foundation Trivia Night Raises $2,500 for School Grants

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Another successful HEF Trivia Night in in the books! A big thank you to all of the enthusiastic trivia fans who formed teams within the first few weeks of announcing the event. We had a full house with excellent participation.
Thank you to all participants that helped us raise over $2,500!
Thank you Stump Trivia and Woodville Rod & Gun Club for hosting us yet again!

Senate Votes to Expand Contraceptive Mandate

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BOSTON – Today, the Massachusetts Senate voted to enact H.4009, An Act advancing contraceptive coverage and economic security in our state, better known as the ACCESS Bill. In October, the bill was restructured with a compromise between legislators, the Coalition for Choice, and a group of Massachusetts insurance carriers – who now vocally support the legislation.


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