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Watch Now: Preview of Dec 4th Hopkinton Historical Society Vintage and Antique Doll Display

By Tom Nappi, News Director

Janice McIntyre and John Palmer joined us to talk about the upcoming Display of Antique and Vintage dolls at the Hopkinton Historical Society. View details and interview below!

"OVER 100 DOLLS ON DISPLAY/ANTIQUE AND VINTAGE SHIRLEY TEMPLES, GINNY’S, PATTY PLAY PAL, BABY DOLLS, ANTIQUE BISQUE
DOLLS AND MANY MORE. BRING A FRIEND – LIGHT REFRESHMENTS"

"Lots of fun and memories 1800’S THROUGH 1960’S No charge/please join us Saturday, December 4th"

"10:30am – 3:30pm Historical Society Building - 168 Hayden Rowe Street Hopkinton, MA 01748"

The Hopkinton CC Charitable Foundation Approaches $1,000,000 in Grants Distributed; Announces Children Across America as 2021 Gala Spotlight Grantee

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The Hopkinton CC Charitable Foundation (HCCCF) announced that before the end of
2021 they will have granted over $1,000,000 since their inception in 2010. “The HCCCF is extremely proud
to reach this tremendous milestone and to have been able to help those in our communities that may not have
been able to help themselves. We are thankful to our generous sponsors and donors without whose support
this would not be possible.” stated Fred Wahlers, President of the Hopkinton CC Charitable Foundation.

Baypath Humane Society: Meet Liam and Nelly, 2 dogs looking for a home

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Completing your family has never been easier - TWO YOUNG DOGS FOR THE ADOPTION FEE OF ONE! Ever since their trip from Korea a few months ago, Liam and Nelly have bonded to one another. We've seen their love/friendship bloom and we are in awe of how much they depend on one another. They would thrive in a home together and their adopters would get two, easygoing cuddle bugs who just want to be loved and snuggled up in the comfort of a home.

Hopkinton’s Enter Stage Left Theater to Perform “The Laramie Project” in October

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Enter Stage Left Theater is proud to present The Laramie Project, a 2000 play by Moisés Kaufman and members of the Tectonic Theater Project about the reaction to the 1998 murder of gay University of Wyoming student Matthew Shepard in Laramie, Wyoming.

Directed by Paul Champlin and featuring a cast of 16 from Hopkinton and surrounding towns, the three-act play focuses on the aftermath of Shepard’s brutal killing.