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Visit www.prescottscc.org for details and to register   CLASSES STARTING JUNE 22 through JULY 21 • Summer STEM Exploration Ages 6 – 10, Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, 10:00 – 11:00 AM Week One (June 22, 24, 26): How safe is your elevator? Week Two (June 29, July 1, 3): Can you build a...
Backyard Clay (ceramics) classes for children 7 to 10. Ninety minutes of play and instruction. Tuesdays and Thursdays 10:30 a.m. to noon. Starting Tuesday, June 30. Two classes per child includes materials and firing. Made possible by a grant from the Town of Groton’s Lecture Fund. Instructor:...

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News of how Groton’s nonprofits are fairing during the pandemic were excerpted from Groton Non-Profit Council Meeting Minutes below. • Arts Nashoba (children’s theater) is in limbo, only source of revenue is ticket sales, their winter production needed to be cancelled just before performance,...
By long-standing tradition and company policy, The Groton Herald does not publish the week of July 4 and the first two weeks of August.       However, this year, the Herald will take off two weeks in July for vacation and recuperation.       Therefore, there will be no paper published the...
Visit www.prescottscc.org for details and to register CLASSES STARTING JUNE 22 through JULY 21 Summer STEM Exploration Ages 6 – 10 Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, 10:00 – 11:00 AM Week One (June 22, 24, 26): How safe is your elevator? Week Two (June 29, July 1, 3): Can you build a better...
On Sunday afternoon June 7 current and former Groton-Dunstable students along with other young adults in town led a peaceful march, which they planned and organized, for the Black Lives Matter movement. Turnout far exceeded organizers’ expectations. Groton Police Chief Michael Luth estimated that...
by Connie Sartini   At their virtual meeting on Monday night, the Select Board voted unanimously to adopt the following protocols that were developed by Town Manager Mark Haddad, Williams Barn Committee Chairman Leo Wyatt and Conservation Commission Administrator Nik Gualco for the opening of...
EVENT: PRESERVING THE PAST: A CAREER IN ARCHAEOLOGY Free online event by Dr. Michael Danti (PHD, RPA, FSA), an archaeologist with over 30 years’ experience in directing archaeological projects and preservation initiatives in Syria, Iraq, Iran, and North America. For details and to sign up:...

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