Chefs from one end of the Nashoba River Valley to the other are prepping for the 14th Annual “Taste of Nashoba Valley,” on Tuesday, March 24, 2015. Produced by the Nashoba Valley Chamber of Commerce, it will serve up the area’s finest food from 5:30-8:00 p.m. at the Lawrence Academy Stone Athletic Center in Groton. more »
The Boston Gay Men’s Chorus (BGMC) will perform selections from its “Wicked Awesome” show of Broadway songs by Stephen Schwartz on Sunday, March 8 at 3 p.m. at the Groton-Dunstable Performing Arts Center, sponsored by the First Parish Church of Groton, Unitarian Universalist and the First Parish Church United of Westford. The churches are co-sponsoring more »
When the lights go down and curtain comes up at the debut of Treasure Island on the Groton-Dunstable Performing Arts Center stage tonight, it will be more than the Florence Roche Elementary School play. It will be the 30th “pearl” anniversary play for director Joby Jeffery. Friday’s performance marks her 30th year as director of more »
Groton-Dunstable Regional High School students fared well during this year’s The Boston Globe Scholastic Art Awards. The regional competition is hosted annually by the School of The Museum of Fine Arts. Groton-Dunstable students were recognized with eight gold keys, six silver keys, and six honorable mentions. A ceremony for Gold and Silver Key winners will more »
Groton photographer Karen Riggert accompanied the Bookmakers and Dreamers Club, made up of Groton-Dunstable Regional Middle School fifth grade students and alumni, and the club’s adviser, middle school teacher Betsy Sawyer, on a recent trip to New York City to visit the United Nations. This is her essay on the trip. — Ed.
This year’s Groton READS book is Following Atticus: Forty-Eight Peaks, One Little Dog, and an Extraordinary Friendship by Tom Ryan, a 2011 memoir. All are invited to read the book (copies are available for check out) and take part in the many Groton Reads 2015 activities. The first two programs are: Groton READS: Local Journalists more »
Like many of the artists whose work appears in LA’s Conant Gallery, current exhibitor Dylan Callahan, a 2010 graduate of LA, was pleased to step into the classroom this week to share his expertise and inspiration. It was familiar territory for the recent graduate as he sat comfortably in his old workspace and became the more »