Groton Country Club will continue its season of monthly ballroom dances Sunday, June 10, from 6 to 9 p.m. Music provided by the famous "Boots and Company". Admission is $10 at the door and the club features a traditional hardwood floor for dancing, as well as a cash bar, and door prizes. Groton Country Club dances are a wonderful way to reconnect with your friends and meet new ones. For additional information call 978-448-5822
The Screening Room Theatre at the Groton Grange (80 Champney St.) presents "Next Stop Wonderland" Saturday, May 26 at 7:30 p.m. Once again, we've opened the vault for another classic film gem. "When Erin
Groton's branch of Communities for Restorative Justice (C4RJ) invites the public to 'attend' its latest fundraiser from the comfort of your own home. An online auction, hosted by the Cambridge-based, cause-oriented BiddingForGood.com, will be held through June 3.
Saturday, May 26, 7:30 p.m. is Movie Night in The Screening Room, featuring "Next Stop Wonderland" -- free admission (donations are welcome). Celebrate Memorial Day at the Grange's Annual Pancake Breakfast Monday, May 28, 7:30 a.m.-noon. There will be pancakes, sausage links, beverages, and all the fixin's. $3 Seniors + Kids (free under 3), $5 Adults. Stop by before or after the parade! Groton Grange Hall at 80 Champney St.
The Groton-Dunstable Regional HS, Littleton and Ayer/Lunenburg golf teams regularly practice and play their matches in the fall and spring at Groton. However, the following observations are from the viewpoint of several senior golfers, who appreciate the scenery, the hike and the quiet as much as the golf. We are providing the following description with the hope that you may be tempted to indulge yourself in a round or more at GP&CC.
Among the many who enjoy playing at the Groton Pool and Golf center are the Groton-Dunstable Regional HS, Littleton, and Ayer/Lunenburg boys and girls golf teams who regularly practice and call Groton their home course.
The Groton community has a wide variety of town, educational, cultural and athletic facilities. It is not likely that we have an opportunity to experience all the amenities that the town has to offer. Therefore, for those who have not yet had the pleasure of playing golf at Groton Pool and Golf Center, it is hoped that we can describe the experience that one might enjoy on this classic New England course.
Mrs. George W. Ousler of North Andover is pleased to announce the engagement of her daughter Heidi Comeau Ousler to Stephen Bryson Lang, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lotz of Groton. Ms. Ousler is also the daughter of the late Dr. George Walter Ousler, Jr.
The eleven acre Lawrence Homestead field, a beautiful reminder of Groton's rural past, a reminder of our self-sufficient agricultural history, is about to be divided into three house lots and a new fire station. The Lawrence Homestead Trust, intending to sell 3 housing lots by taking the field out of 61A Agricultural protection and by paying seven years of back taxes, plans to sell three house lots in addition to the parcel of land reserved for the Fire Station.
In the early morning hours of Wednesday, May 9 at 4:10 a.m., Groton Police received two separate calls reporting loud arguments that were escalating at a residence on Lantern Lane and Boston Rd. Upon arrival Officer Nick Beltz observed significant signs of a fight. There were two males and two females present. He also observed damage to the living room of the home. There was a third male in the home who was transported to Nashoba Hospital with a severe injury.