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The Groton Interfaith Council (GIC) welcomes all to the Walk of Lights and Community Tree Lighting. The lighting of our Groton tree has both religious and non-religious significance, the tree is a symbol with many meanings in a variety of cultures.   Each year, the Groton Interfaith Council honors...
Information current as of October 30 and subject to change Children’s Events: Sign up online at gpl.org, email kids@gpl.org, or call 978-448-1168    •Yoga & Literacy with Ellen Olson-Brown (Ages three-five). The certified instructor will teach early literacy skills and gentle yoga positions....
     Prescott’s Community Spelling Bee, Friday, Nov 17, 7 p.m. Prescott’s largest fundraiser of the year! Teams of four compete against rival teams by writing their best spelling guess on a whiteboard for an enthusiastic audience! The team that spells the best becomes the Spelling Bee Champions!...
 The next meeting of the Groton Democratic Town Committee will be Sunday, Nov. 19, 2023 at 4 p.m. at Legion Hall, 75 Hollis Street. Special guests will be state Rep. Natalie Higgins and Peter Haigis Jr. For more information, email GrotonDTC@gmail.com. All Democrats and friends are welcome at our...
     The Footwork & Frolick Society, of Groton, whose mission is, in part, to bring the romance of 18th- and 19th-century New England entertainments to life, will show off Civil War-era dances at the Groton History Center’s Holiday Open House.  Join the party at the historic Boutwell House at...
   With both Groton State Representatives Margaret Scarsdale and Dan Sena voting with the majority, the House 120-38, approved and sent to the Senate a bill that changes some of the state’s gun laws. Provisions include limiting the carrying of guns into public places including schools, polling...
Friday 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday 1-5 p.m. (September–May) Information current as of October 30 and subject to change Children’s Events: Sign up online at gpl.org, email kids@gpl.org, or call 978-448-1168    •The Poop Museum with Susie Maguire (Grades K-five). Maguire will...
   Have you ever wondered if you could rewrite history? Go back in time and change the whole direction of a war? Engage in science fiction battles? Come to Fort Devens Museum on Saturday, November 18, and join one (or all!) miniature wargames depicting different battles from world history and...
All invited to Dunstable’s 2023 Journey and Jinglefest, Saturday, December 2 in ‘downtown’ Dunstable. At the Swallow Union School, stroll through the expanded Craft Fair for unique, handmade treasures, and check a few things off your shopping list.  There will be dozens of local, hand-crafted items...
The Groton Historical Commission is presently seeking up to three alternate members.  Alternate members are non-voting members of the Commission that participate in Historical Commission meetings and preservation projects and may serve as temporary voting members in the absence of one or more of...

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