Happenings

*/ On Saturday, Sept. 30 Christian Union Church will be holding another drive-up chicken barbecue cooked by the retired West Groton Firemen. This is an end of summer/beginning of fall event and the last one until next year. PLEASE NOTE THE TIME CHANGE FOR SERVING. IT WILL BEGIN AT 4 p.m. Menu: 1/...
Join naturalist, educator, artist, and renowned author Clare Walker Leslie for a hands-on opportunity to set up your own Seasonal Nature Journal, with both writing and simple drawing techniques. Nashua River Watershed Association is offering adults, and children ages 12 and up, the opportunity to...
*/ Groton Grange #7 invites you to our Harvest Auction and Neighbors Night on October 10th, 7 p.m., at Historic Groton Grange Hall,  80 Champney Street.  Harvest vegetables, jams, soaps and related garden items will be featured. Donations to the auction will be welcome. Refreshments will be...
 Stop by the Groton History Center, 172 Main Street, on Saturday, September 23, 10 a.m. until noon. We will have Carlson’s cider doughnuts for sale. We will also be opening our carriage house to display some of our rolling stock, such as the antique Torrent fire pump. This is a unique opportunity...
*/ Nobel prize winning poet, W.B. Yeats will be the subject of a four-week program at the Groton Senior Center led by Stephen Collins. Critics have called Yeats the great poet of old age. Most of what are considered his masterpieces he composed after age 60. Mr. Collins will look at those and...
The 2017-2018 Groton Cultural Council Grant Cycle has opened and will run through October 16.  Online applications as well as more information about the process can be found at: http://www.mass-culture.org/lcc_public.aspx. There will be a public meeting at Groton Public Library in the Community...
Sunday 24 Sep 2017 from 1:00-3:00 p.m  enjoy a free guided hike at Gamlin Crystal Spring with a member of the Groton Trails Committee. Explore this large and pretty area of various conservation lands, including a number of beaver ponds, meadows, and upland forest.  Meet at the Crystal Spring...
*/ Union Congregational Church Annual Harvest Fair, Saturday, Sept. 30, 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. Rain or Shine! Events include: Craft fair, Silent Auction and “Attic Treasures”, gently used children’s clothing, toys and games for sale, Chili Tasting Contest, Brick Oven Pizza outside under a tent, and...
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...

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