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ESL Announces New Fall Classes

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Enter Stage Left Theater will be offering two brand new programs this fall and reminds residents that the time to register is now.

One program, Music Safari, for children ages 4-6 will explore music from around the world and from different time periods and is being taught by instructor Erin LaPrad. Participants will earn stamps on their passports as they sing, dance and move to a different country.

Chicken Barbecue on September 11

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The Woodville Rod & Gun Club is having its 84th Annual Chicken Barbecue on Sunday, September 11 at 1:00 p.m. Adults: $12.00; Seniors: $8.00 and Kids 12 and under only pay $5.00. This has always been a fun filled event with games and raffles.

For tickets call 508-435-4148 or visit the club on Rte 135 in Hopkinton. Thanks .

CAA Call for Art for On the Edge Exhibition

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The Cultural Arts Alliance of Hopkinton (CAA) is issuing a call for art for its On the Edge exhibition that will take place September 30 – October 28 at the CAA Gallery. The exhibition is being juried by Jane Young of the Chase Young Gallery in Boston. First prize is $300 and a solo show, and second prize is $150 and a solo show.

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Morris Dancing Comes to Hopkinton

Morris dancing is an old English country tradition dating back to the 15th century. Throughout the 17th and 18th centuries, hundreds of villages throughout England supported Morris teams and the dancers often competed from prizes at county fairs. While the interest in Morris dancing faded for a short time, it is now back full force and today there are many teams, or sides, dancing in England and over 200 cities in the United States.

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Respite Center Artists Exhibit at CAA

Listen to the HCAM News video as Cultural Arts Alliance (CAA)Executive Director Kris Waldman talks about the current exhibit by artists from the Michael Carter Lisnow Respite Center and about what's up and coming at the CAA.

Hopkinton Center for the Arts Offers New Fall Classes

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The Hopkinton Center for the Arts, which is comprised of the Cultural Arts Alliance (CAA) and Enter Stage Left Theater (ESL), is offering several new classes this fall.

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ESL's Script to Screen Camp

Earlier in August, HCAM played host to Enter Stage Left Theater's from Script to Stage summer program. The week-long camp gave kids the ability to flex both their acting and film-making muscles.

With guidance from ESL staff, the kids made two movies. The group decided on making two very distinct films; a ghost story and a coming-of-age tale. Camper Andrew Keeley says that the group's inspiration for their coming-of-age saga "Nothing Ever Happens in This Town", came from a popular coming-of-age movie from the 1980's.

Respite Center Artists Exhibit at CAA

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The Cultural Arts Alliance of Hopkinton (CAA) is hosting an exhibit of The Artists of the Michael Carter Lisnow Respite Center at the CAA Gallery, 98 Hayden Rowe in Hopkinton from now until September 7. Exhibit hours are weekdays from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and admission is free. This program is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council.

Nightwork Coming to Concerts on the Common

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Next Sunday's Concert on the Common features the six piece blues band Nightwork, featuring the blues harp of "Harpo" Wojcik and the vocal stylings of Gordon "Gman" Lewis. For more information about the Nightwork, Click Here.

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Didgeridoo Down Under at the Library

What's that noise you hear? It's a didgeridoo...a hollow tubular musical instrument native to Australia. Performer Lindsey Dank was on hand at the library on August 3rd for his Didgeridoo Down Under show. The show is run by a group called Didg Revolution, which hopes to spread some Australian flavor to people across the U.S. Dank first started playing the didgeridoo 10 years ago, and was instantly hooked.

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