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ARTS: Kids' Art Classes ArtsNashoba, a newly-formed, non-profit, youth arts organization, offers two art classes beginning mid-Sept. Instructor Marjorie Vandreuil has taught drawing to all ages both privately and at community centers. Classes to be relaxed and fun. Friday Night Fun with Art is...
Conant Gallery presents the work of Carol Gove in an exhibit titled "Boundaries Abandoned." Gove's abstract, mixed-media collages incorporate pieces of old letters or other memorabilia with the intent of giving the viewer "a glimpse of a recognizable fragment or common history so that they may be...
The 41st Annual Harvest Fair at Union Congregational Church of Groton will be held Saturday, Oct. 4, 10 am to 3 pm. There will be Silent Auction, children's clothing, yard sale, toy sale, book sale, Attic Treasures, craft tables, Christmas table, jewelry, woodworking and bake sale featuring...
The second annual Groton PAL end-of-summer barbecue will be held Sunday, Sept. 21, 11 a.m.-2 p.m. at Lost Lake Fire Station, 185 Lost Lake Drive. This is a free, family-fun event. Questions, contact Officer Mead at rmead@townofgroton.org or Officer Henehan at khenehan@townofgroton.org or www....
Groton Democratic Town Committee will show Robert Reich's film Inequality for All at Groton Senior Center, 163 W. Main St., 4 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 28. Free event, open to all as part of our annual "friend-raiser". This documentary is a passionate argument of behalf of the middle class and was...
Sunday, Sept. 21, Team Zebra Divas's from Groton will walk up to 26.2 miles along the historic Boston Marathon® route in the Boston Marathon® Jimmy Fund Walk presented by Hyundai. Among the 11 from Groton is Elizabeth Acaba, 51, who knows first-hand the importance of money raised for cancer...
What monuments did MA communities create to remind people of those who fought in America's Civil War and of the war itself, that bitter conflict that all but tore the heart out of the United States? To find the answer to that question and others related to Civil War monuments in MA, come to Fort...
The 5th Annual Human Powered Vehicle Festival on the Nashua River Rail Trail will be held Saturday, Sept. 13, at the Ayer end of the Nashua River Rail Trail. It will include a road ride in the morning that you're welcome to participate in if you'd like, and a parade, demonstrations, and activities...
Fall is here and the local Girl Scouts invite all girls from Kindergarten through 12th grade to join in the fun. Through Girl Scouts, girls get to experience an interesting array of indoor and outdoor activities while learning new skills and earning awards. Best of all, they gain confidence,...
The first meeting of the year for Groton Woman's Club will be held at the home of Audrey Bryce on Longley Road,  Friday, Sept. 12 This garden party, a yearly social event, will begin with a luncheon at 11:30 a.m. Anyone wishing to learn more about the Club and/or wishing to join, should contact...

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