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Groton History Center will hold an open house Sunday, July 15, 2-4 p.m. at Boutwell House, 172 Main Street. This is an opportunity to take part in guided tours and to view the current exhibit, “Destination Groton”, an historical look at taverns and inns in Groton. Free and open to the public. For...
With new and improved projection equipment, Fort Devens Museum is able once again to screen the documentary “Model T's to War: American Ambulances on the Western Front 1914-1918” at the Museum’s open hours Saturday, July 21, starting at 1 p.m. For viewers devoted to seeing early motor vehicles in...
 Nashoba Valley Medical Center, located at 200 Old Ayer Road in Ayer, provides hospital and doctors’ care to residents of surrounding towns. A group called Friends of NVMC helps to find and encourage volunteers to help at both the front desk and in the gift shop.     The gift shop, which is located...
This year, Groton Fireworks will be held Monday evening, July 9, at the town field behind the Public Library. The traditional July event will begin with members of the Groton Fire Department preparing hot dogs, hamburgers, fried dough and other great treats, starting at 6 p.m. Fireworks will follow...
Harlan the gnome is still hiding on one of the Groton Conservation Trust properties. The mountain laurel and viburnum blooms may be fading but Harlan enjoys these woods. Perhaps you have noticed the copious white flowers on the catalpa and kousa dogwood trees  around town. These trees seldom seed...
On July 15, from 2-4 p.m., join us for an open house and see our new exhibit, “Destination Groton”.  On August 25 the Groton History Center will present a very special event, “Farm to Brew”. There will music, food and beer tasting. John Ott will be back to tell us all about hops and the history of...
Harlan the Gnome is back in the woods of Groton waiting to be found. He is resting on one of the  37 Groton Conservation Trust properties, 60 feet from the trail. Harlan is a brownish bronze gnome about two feet tall and one foot wide in case you missed seeing him at the Groton Conservation Trust...
On July 15, from 2-4 p.m., join us for an open house and see our new exhibit, “Destination Groton”.  On August 25 the Groton History Center will present a very special event, “Farm to Brew”. There will music, food and beer tasting. John Ott will be back to tell us all about hops and the history of...
The Groton Democratic Town Committee will hold its monthly meeting at 4 p.m. on Sunday, June 24, 2018 at Legion Hall, 75 Hollis Street. The guests will be: Alexandra Chandler, candidate for the 3rd MA Congressional district and Ed Kennedy, candidate for the 1st Middlesex State Senate seat. All...
The Nashua River, successfully, almost miraculously, cleaned up decades ago in an effort led by Groton's Marion Stoddart, is celebrated every spring on the banks at the town boat landing off Hy. 119. The dayincluded a 90th birthday celebration for Stoddart, cardboard canoe races, music, food, and...

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P.O. Box 610, Groton, Massachusetts 01450
 

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