More than 425 cyclists will pass through Groton on Saturday July 18, during the 19th Annual Ride to End Alzheimer’s. The ride starts and finishes at Fort Devens. Riders loop into West Groton for a pit stop manned by volunteers at RiverCourt Residences before heading up Townsend Road into New Hampshire.
This entry is part 26 of 26 in the series Check It OutCheck It Out @ GPL Did you know that you can now have more free music through the library? With Freegal, patrons can download up to 5 songs per week and now can have up to 3 hours of music streaming per day! Just a more »
Groton’s Memorial Day is going to be much quieter than it has been for years; the annual parade is going to be missing a band this coming Monday, May 25. “The Groton Marching Band and Chowder Society no longer has enough members to field a band and the Groton-Dunstable Regional High School couldn’t line up more »
This year the Groton Garden Club Annual Plant Sale will be held Saturday May 9, at the Groton Town Hall from 8:30 a.m. to noon. This is a perfect opportunity to select just the right plant for Mother’s Day, which falls on the following day. Again this year there will be a huge selection of more »
This entry is part 10 of 11 in the series A Swarm of DrumlinsThe Devens Regional Household Hazardous Products Collection Center is open to Groton residents Wednesday, April 1, and Saturday April 4, 9 a.m.- noon. Proof of residency is required, and there is a charge for disposal. For more information www.devenshhw.com Nashua River Watershed more »
Another reliable sign of spring rolls around this weekend. The Groton session of the Nashoba Associated Boards of Health annual rabies clinic for dogs and cats is scheduled for this Saturday, April 4, from noon to 1 p.m. at the Groton Central Fire Station, 45 Farmer’s Row. Dr. Susan Horowitz, a Groton Board of Health more »
Kelsey McCormick is excited. So is Marlena Gilbert. And so is Margot Bouvier. They have their dresses picked out and they’re all counting down the days to their prom, the Fifth Annual Mom Prom Nashua. McCormick, one of the organizers of the effort several years ago, reported in an email that “Last year we had more »
Winter is turning to spring, wildlife is stirring, and so are the nature programs at the Nashua River Watershed Association. On Sunday, March 29, 2015, at 2 p.m., Mary Holland will present a free program on the wonders of New England wildlife. Holland is the author of Naturally Curious: A Photographic Field Guide and Month-by-Month more »