Arts & Entertainment News Archive

Art on Trail-call for Artists continues - Walk to Inspire -125th running of the Boston Marathon

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The Hopkinton Cultural Council is inviting all artists to submit their artwork for display during the “2021 Art on the Trail”.

When: The “2021 Art on the Trail” will begin on Thursday, 7-Oct and will end on Sunday, 17-Oct. (Marathon is on 11-Oct). Artists can begin setup from 4-7 Oct.

Where: The “2021 Art on the Trail” will be held on the Center Trail in Hopkinton. The trail is 1.1 miles long and the trailhead is located on Main Street directly across from Hopkinton Lumber. Parking is in the Respite Center parking lot on the left side of Claflin Place just off Main Street.

Town of Hopkinton Reminds Residents of Upcoming Application Deadline for Senior Tax Relief Program

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Town Manager Norman Khumalo would like to remind senior residents that the application deadline for Hopkinton's local senior tax relief program is rapidly approaching.

Applications for the senior tax relief program must be submitted by Tuesday, Aug. 31. Click here for an application.

Enter Stage Left Theater Presents “A Play, A Pint & A Pie”

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Enter Stage Left Theater presents “A Play, A Pint & A Pie,” a one-night event in homage to the great tradition of Glasgow Scotland theater.

Intended for patrons 13 and older, this outdoor show presents a series of original, one-act plays from writers all over the world. The evening includes two comedies and two dramas with a wide array of themes from aging, equity for women in government, gun control, the death penalty, religion, and the life affirming lessons we all learned from Gilligan's Island.

Hopkinton Public Library Presents "It's All Relative Genealogy"

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Tuesday, August 10 at 7:00 - 8:00 pm on Zoom

Eric Migdal, owner of It’s All Relative Genealogy, will show you how to locate records to aid in your genealogy research using the census, and birth, death, and marriage records, utilizing sites such as Heritage Quest, Family Search,, Ancestry and more.

Hopkinton Center for the Arts: Roald Dahl's Willy Wonka Jr.

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You know the story …

Enigmatic candy manufacturer Willy Wonka stages a contest by hiding golden tickets in five of his scrumptious candy bars. Whomever comes up with these tickets will win a free tour of the Wonka factory, as well as a lifetime supply of candy!

Four of the five winning children are insufferable brats (nothing like our own children, in other words). But the fifth, Charlie Bucket, is a likeable young lad who takes the tour in the company of his equally amiable grandfather, setting off a sequence of astonishing happenings and surprises.

SACH Annual 5K 2021 - Step it up for Hopkinton Emergency Fund

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Looking for a great way to spark positive energy, create social connections, promote wellness, and most of all raise money for a local charity that does great work to support Hopkinton community members in need? Join us for SACH's first annual 5K event to raise money for Hopkinton Emergency Fund!

100% of the proceeds from the virtual 5K will be donated to Hopkinton Emergency Fund!

When: Week of September 18th - 26th

Hopkinton Select Board Announce New Fire Chief, William Miller and say Goodbye to Chief Stephen Slaman

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Hopkinton Select Board Announced new Fire Chief, William Miller and said Goodbye to Chief Stephen Slaman. Chief Slaman served 32 years on the Hopkinton Fire Department and as Chief for 5 years and will retire on August 27th. Soon-to-be Chief, William Miller is currently the Deputy Chief and has been with the Hopkinton Fire Department for 21 years.

View more in the video below.

Downtown Corridor Project, DPW, Friends of Hopkinton featured on HCAM's Hangout Hour

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On Wednesday, August 4th, the Hangout Hour was joined by David Daltorio and Michelle Murdock, who updated us about the Downtown Corridor Project. In the 2nd half of the show, we were joined by Don Cronin with the Friends of Hopkinton and their Marathon Runner Morgan Woodman, Live in the Studio, to talk about the fundraising that the Friends are doing. DPW Director, John Westerling also joined us to give us an update.

Friends of the Hopkinton Public Library Pop-up book sale on August 14th at 10am until Noon

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Friends of the Hopkinton Library will be hosting a pop-up book sale at the entrance of the Hopkinton Public Library on August 14th at 10am until noon. Book selections include: Fiction, Children's, Mystery, Graphic Novels, Science Fiction and Biography.

Hopkinton names new Fire Chief, Ashland Legion Tournament Recap and more.. On August 5th HCAM News!

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On the August 5th edition of HCAM News, we’ll recap the Ashland Legion baseball commissioners cup run, the hangout hour took place in studio and was filled with lots of Hopkinton happenings and we’ll get you up to date on upcoming happenings in Hopkinton and Hopkinton Fire Chief, Stephen Slaman announced he will be retiring and a new fire Chief has been named and voted in by the Select Board.

HCAM News airs every Thursday on HCAM-TV at 6:30pm until 7pm to keep you up to date with all that is happening in Hopkinton.


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