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Town water use restrictions are in place! Please conserve water as much as possible.
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Back by Popular Demand!
colorful swash designColoring for Grown-Ups (and high-schoolers)
Wednesday, Sept. 28 (drop-in starting 6:30 pm)
Hopkinton Library
65 South Street (our temporary location)
You're never too old to break out the art supplies! Whether you're an experienced colorist or just interested in seeing what's so popular about the new big thing, join us for a drop-in evening of relaxing coloring! Colored pencils, markers, and pictures to color will be provided - or bring your own materials if you prefer.

Chinese Fans and Knots
Pre-register now!
picture of chinese fanHistory and Making of Chinese fans and knots
Thursday, October 27 at 7:00 p.m.
Hopkinton Center for the Arts

Pre-register at hbackman@hopkintonma.gov or 508-497-9777

Zhiqi Liu , Juliana Wong and Dongtao Huang will offer a short lecture on the art and history of the Chinese fan, then will help you paint and create a fan, tied with a Chinese knot! The program is aimed at adults but is suitable for children over 10.

Author Visit & Book signing
Sponsored by the Friends of Hopkinton Library
Wednesday Oct. 5 at 7:00 p.m.
Hopkinton Center for the Arts

Radio host Tom Ingrassia will speak on his award winning book, Reflections of a Love Supreme: Motown Through the Eyes of Fans. Mr. Ingrassia will draw from his wealth of Motown knowledge for this history of original American music you won’t want to miss! 


 
AUTHOR TALK
Faint promise of Rain coverAuthor of Faint Promise of Rain
Anjali Mitter Duva
Wednesday Oct. 12
7:00 pm
Hopkinton Senior Center

Speaking on her novel with a slide show on Indian history/dance and a dance demonstration.



 
ANNUAL HOPTOBERFEST IS BACK!
4th Annual Hoptoberfest
Friday, October 28
7:30 - 10:30 p.m.
St. John the Evangelist Church Parish Center

Annual fundraiser by the Hopkinton Public Library Foundation to support the renovation of the library. It's a sellout every year. Ticket reservations and more information are available here and at the library.


Disability Access:Library programs and events: Should you require an accessible location which includes a restroom, please notify us 5 to 7 days before the program so we may relocate the program. Call (508) 497- 3400 or e-mail hbackman@hopkintonma.gov. Let us know if you need help accessing Children’s Story Hours or events. Call (508) 497 - 9779 or email dkofron@hopkintonma.gov


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