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National Anthem a Special Treat

A heart-felt rendition.

L-R: Lily Orlando, Josh Booth, FInn McGillvery and Catherine Slattery sang the National Anthem prior to the Unified basketball game fundraiser. A beautiful rendition, sung with pure, sincere, heart felt emotion A treat for all in attendance. Photo by Robert Mingolelli

Tournament Results

Groton-Dunstable defeated Doherty HS in the MIAA C-Mass quarterfinal game. Photo by Nancy Ohringer


Boys Soccer
• St. John's 3, GD 2
Pioneers Damari Mundell scored the crucial goal mid-way through the second half to propel No.1 John’s (15-1-3) past No. 8 Groton-Dunstable (11-7-2) in Central Division 1 quarterfinal action.

Dementia Community Education Series

Do you know someone living with dementia? Are you caring for someone with dementia? Do you work with patients who have dementia? Nashoba Nursing Service & Hospice is offering monthly education series to help you understand what dementia is and isn’t, how to better interact with people with dementia and what to expect as the disease progresses.           The next session, Sensory needs of a patient, will be held Tuesday, November 19 from 2:30-3:30 p.m.

Groton-Dunstable Community Ed Presents Disney's "Frozen Jr."

The musical stage play of Disney's Frozen Jr. will be presented by and at the G-D Middle School Nov. 15 & 16. Groton-Dunstable Community Education presents the Middle School students in the enchanting modern classic from Disney,  based on the 2018 Broadway musical, and featuring songs from the animated film as well as new songs written for the Broadway production.

LGBTQ+ Drop-In Center

The North Central Mass. LGBTQ+ Drop-In Center Fivesparks (Loft Room), 7 Fairbank St., Harvardis, open on the second Thursday of each starting on Nov. 14 and running through May 14. The North Central Massachusetts LGBTQ+ drop-in center provides a safe space for LGBTQ youth ages 13-18 in Harvard and surrounding towns.

Indian HIll Events: Piano Workshop, Violin Performance

On-stage practice in a casual masterclass format with expert coaching from Indian Hill Music School faculty: Saturday, November 16 at 10 a.m. with pianist Sarah Tocco, 36 King Street, Littleton. FEE: $20 (Free for Indian Hill Music students) Pre-registration required. Learn more: (978) 486-9524 or


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