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While hunters are required to wear blaze orange during this season, it is also a good idea for all residents to wear blaze orange when using our trail systems during shotgun season.  

Cub Scouts from Pack 11 and 12 help unload Christmas trees at Prescott School where they will be selling trees and wreaths Nov. 27 -  29 and Dec. 5 and 6. Courtesy photo

Finally! Some Christmas joy in a bleak Covid-19 season. Enter the Cub Scout Christmas Tree and Wreath Sale. The Cub Scouts of Groton Packs 11 and 12 are holding their annual Christmas Tree and Wreath Sale, 11/27 - 11/29 and Saturday - Sunday 12/5 - 12/6 from 9am - 4pm at the Prescott School in...
CLASSES STARTING NOVEMBER 2 Visit www.prescottscc.org for details • Introduction to Islam - Mondays, Nov 23 - Dec 14, 7:00 -8;45 p.m.   • Astronomical Events Tuesdays, Dec 1 - Dec 15, 7:00 - 8:00 p.m. • Life List: Field Notes of a Maine Bird-watcher, Friday, Dec 4m 7:00-9:00 p.m. •...
On Sunday, November 22, 2020 at 4 p.m. the Groton Democratic Town Committee will meet by Zoom. We’ll discuss the election of the Biden/Harris ticket and other election results. For more information (or the Zoom link) contact: www.GrotonDemocrats. com, GrotonDTC@gmail.com or www.facebook.com/Groton-...

Groton Conservation Trust is conducting a winter tree decorating activity on their lands in preparation for their Tree Stroll. Pictured are members of Groton Grange #7 with their chosen tree, a "Charlie Brown" variety. Left to right are Eric Fisher, George Moore, Clio Fisher with Oliver and Dante, Lori Jeromin, and Peg Knight. Photo by Rebecca Dowd.

Groton Conservation Trust welcomes you to join us at the 2020 Winter Tree Stroll. Groton nonprofits are decorating trees at six of our properties, and we hope you join us starting on the Friday after Thanksgiving (November 27th). The trees will be decorated through the first of the year. Our hope...
Due to our concerns over the increase statewide in Covid-19 cases and the limits the Governor has placed on Public Gatherings, we feel it is in everyone’s best interest to postpone the Annual Veteran’s Day Observance. This decision is not an easy one. Please take a few minutes on November 11, at...
CHILDRENS’ EVENTS Sign up online at gpl.org, email kids@ gpl.org, or call 978-448-8000. • ZOOM Mother Goose Storytime, Infants & Toddlers. Wednesdays, Sept 30—Nov 18, 10:30 am. Join Miss Lauren & Bunny for a sweet storytime with books, songs and rhymes! Geared toward babies and...
The Suffrage Walk celebrating the hundredth anniversary of women’s suffrage which had been scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 7 with the Groton History Center and Prescott School, has been canceled.
Nashua River Watershed Association is grateful to receive a Massachusetts Environmental Trust (MET) grant of $16,000 to install 12 to 15 temperature dataloggers in Coldwater Fish Resource (CFR) streams. MA Fish & Wildlife defines CFRs as “a waterbody (stream, river, or tributary thereto) used...
CLASSES STARTING NOVEMBER 2 • Love it or Leave it! Home Renovation Decisions - Monday, Nov 9, 7:00 - 8:30 p.m. • Portrait Drawing - Wednesdays, Nov 11 - Dec 16, 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. (No class Nov 25) • Basics of Oil and Acrylic Painting - Tuesdays Nov 10 - Dec 8, 2:00 - 5:00 p.m. (Not class Nov...

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