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A craft fair, silent auction and “Attic Treasures”, gently used children’s clothing, toys and games for sale, a chili tasting contest, brick oven pizza outside under a tent, children’s games and bouncy house are featured events at Union Congregational Church's AnnualHarvest Fair on Saturday ...
Concert pianist Michelle Cann brings her musical eloquence and athleticism to Groton School September 21 at 7:00 p.m.—kicking off this year’s Edward B. Gammons Concert Series. All performances in the series are free and open to the public. Please plan to attend all the concerts, which take place in...
*/  Groton Woman’s Club will hold the first meeting of the year at the home of Audrey Bryce, 564 Longley Road, Friday, September 15. The Garden Party, held rain or shine, will begin at 11:30 a.m.  Hostess Chairmen for the party are Marie Melican and Andrea Burrier. Meetings of Groton Woman’s Club...
The Groton History Center invites you to join us on Sunday, September 17.  Mr. Carl Byron from the Boston and Maine Historical Society will speak about "Groton Junction." When Ayer was part of Groton, South Groton or Groton Junction became a center for both railroad freight and passengers. This...
*/ The Groton Council on Aging invites the community to join us for a conversation with members of Shri Shirdi Sai Bada Hindu Temple and learn about their beliefs, practices and relationship vision in Groton. They  will be joining us at the senior center, 163 W Main Street, on Tuesday, September...
The first in a series of nine monthly lunches hosted by the Groton Women’s Club will be September 20 at 12:00pm at the senior center. A fabulous lunch Tacos with ground  turkey, bean salad and orange sherbet will be followed by the Fred Fowler and his fiddle!  Fred’s performances include old...
*/ Once again Boy Scouts Troop 1 West Groton will hold a HUGE yard sale on Labor Day, Monday, September 4 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at H&V Field, 220 Townsend Rd (between 225 & 119), West Groton as part of the Firemen’s Muster. 
*/ Harlan the gnome has moved to a new Groton Conservation Trust property. He chose one with lots of big white pine trees. One of Harlan’s favorite trees.  This time he is resting on moss beneath a young American Beech tree ( Fagus grandifolia ).    Beech are a very slow growing tree.  The true...
Honoring First Responders On the solemn anniversary of 9/11, please join us at the fire  station, as we honor Groton’s First Responders. Their service and dedication to the seniors of Groton cannot be measured but through this small gesture they are celebrated.  The Groton Council on Aging invites...
Every September, thousands of hawks from New England and Canada ride the thermals of the Wapack Range as part of their southward migration. On a good day in mid-September, a keen-eyed observer may see up to 3,000 hawks from the various peaks of the range, such as South Pack Monadnock in New...

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