Special Notices

Booth space is filling up fast for Grotonfest, 2017, September 23 on Legion Common in Groton. The deadline to reserve is August 15. The annual event will feature more than 150 Artisan, Non-Profit and Business booths; continuous entertainment; new artisan demonstrators; and kids booths too! Hosted...
Many congrats to John Moores for finding the illusive gnome on Shepley’s main, white marked trail, near the Sand Hill Road end of the property. This is this family’s fourth time in a row to spy the hidden gnome. Obviously, they are very skilled at figuring out the botanical clues. John narrowed...
COME JOIN US Wednesday, June 21, 4:30-6:30pm Prescott School Gym! Next year’s lease is in the works and we can’t wait to get going!  We already have many programs and activities planned for Fall and would love community member’s expertise and imagination with Program Design, Fundraising, Marketing...
Harlan the gnome is still among the wildflowers on one of the Groton Conservation Trust properties. Now the maple-leaved viburnum (Viburnum acerifolium) are blooming for all to enjoy. Its large, two to three-inch cluster of white flowers is hard to miss. It can grow up to six feet tall. Harlan is...
Megan’s House Raffle for a new house scheduled for June 21 has been postponed until fall. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit www.themeganhouse.org.
Groton Greenway River Festival will be held Sunday, June 11, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., sponsored by Groton Greenway Committee complete with the famous cardboard canoe races. All events are free. There will be canoeing courtesy of Nashoba Paddler, LLCA. There will also be lots of environmental displays...
Town Manager Haddad advised Selectmen Monday night that town employee Rena Swezey has notified him that she is retiring from her position as Principal Assistant to the Board of Assessors effective September 1, 2017. He thanked her for her many years of service both as an employee and elected...
The wild geraniums are in bloom on Groton Conservation Trust property where Harlan the Gnome is resting. Wild geraniums (Geranium maculatum) are hard to miss because they have two to five purple, one-inch petals rising one to two feet above the woodland floor. The leaves palmate into five to seven...
Many have bemoaned our dysfunctional national politics. If you want to make a difference, if you are frustrated, even if you are disgusted with politics on the national level, one of the best ways to make it better is right here in Groton’s volunteer government. Look at the open volunteer positions...
Groton Greenway River Festival will be held Sunday, June 11, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., sponsored by Groton Greenway Committee complete with the famous cardboard canoe races. All events are free. There will be canoeing courtesy of Nashoba Paddler, LLCA. There will also be lots of environmental displays and...

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