Christmas angels are a common Christian holiday theme … and it turns out Groton is an important hub of angelic activity, not just in December but all year ’round.
A wide variety of art and craft works take center stage at the Middle School Performing Arts Center on Saturday, December 8 at the Groton-Dunstable Regional High School Art Club’s first Art and Craft Fair. Established and emerging artists and craftspeople working in a wide range of media including painting, collage, photography, metals, pottery, jewelry, more »
Thank you from the Groton Senior Center!
On October 22nd the Groton Senior Center fund-raising committee held a raffle to benefit programs at the center. L-R Herbie Woods, Director, Martha Campbell, Shirley Juniewicz, and Denise Oppermann.
On behalf of the Council on Aging and the fundraising committee we want to thank the following Businesses and Supporters for their participation in our 10th annual craft fair. Raffle Donations and gifts were given by: Gibbet Hill, Main Street CafÃ©, Silveus Plantation, Groton House of Pizza, Right at Home, River Court Resences, Millie Wells, Chief Donald Palma, Kathleen LeBlanc, Freda Desmarias, Herbie Woods, Groton Market, Karen Riggert, Groton Nursery, Lavenders, Nancy Jackvony, Karen Doucette, Clover Farms, Johnson’s Restaurant, Devens Grill, Groton COA, Donna Fleming, Joann Daley, Phillip Knight, Paula Lantz, Kenn Thompson, Michele Kosciak, Friends of the Dunstable Senior Center. We also want to thank the COA Board members, staff and volunteers for participation in this event.
For the third time in three weeks, Grotonfest is dodging rain drops. The town’s premier fall festival is now scheduled for Sunday, October 9.
Originally scheduled for September 24, the event was first pushed back a week, and organizers have now had to moved it again, from the first weekend in October to Columbus Day weekend. The target day is Sunday, October 9, to avoid a conflict with Yom Kippur, an important Jewish holiday that falls on Friday and Saturday. Columbus Day, Monday Oct. 10, is the backup rain date.
Jane Bouvier, Groton Board of Trade Vice-president and Grotonfest organizer, before announcing the second big slip, said that she was tearing her hair out in frustration at the fickle New England weather.
Sheets of rain were pelting down Thursday evening when Grotonfest’s Groton Board of Trade organizers made the call to push the annual festival back a week, to Saturday October 1, because of rain. The festival was to be held this Saturday or Sunday, the rain date, but Groton is included in a flood watch area through Saturday evening and is forecast to receive more than an inch of rain through Saturday. Although the weather may clear on Sunday, Legion Common is a dish-shaped area and would hold water or be too muddy for the 4-5000 person event, organizers said.
After consulting with Groton Police Chief Donald Palma, Event Organizer Jane Bouvier made the decision to postpone the event.