GD Players present Shakespeare's 'The Tempest' April 11, 12
The Groton-Dunstable Regional High School Players will present "The Tempest" on Friday, April 11, at 7 p.m., and Saturday, April 12, at 2 and 7 p.m., in the Black Box Theater at the high school on 703 Chicopee Row.
Tickets are available at the door: $12 for adults and $10 for students and seniors.
Easter Eggs/story at SOV Lutheran Church April 12
Shepherd of the Valley Lutheran Church is hosting its 8th Annual Easter Egg Hunt and Easter storytelling for children (grade 3 and younger) on Saturday, April 12.
Arrival time and singing will start at 10:15 a.m. The program will begin at 10:30 a.m. To ensure that there are enough filled eggs and goody bags on hand, please sign up by contacting Margaret Doyle at 978-772-7095.
This family event is offered free of charge. Shepherd of the Valley Lutheran Church is located at the historic Grange Hall at 80 Champney St. in Groton.
Hope you can join us for a fun-filled, meaningful time.
Spring Artisan/Craft Fair April 12
Celebrate spring with a visit to the Union Congregational Church of Groton's ninth annual Spring Artisan/Craft Fair Saturday, April 12, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
It will showcase the talents of local artisans and crafters and promises something for everyone.
Union Congregational Church of Groton is located at 218 Main St. (Route 119) on the corner of Willowdale Road.
Town-wide litter cleanup April 12, 13
Please join Groton Grange #7 for its annual Town-wide Litter Clean up on Saturday, April 12, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Sunday, April 13, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Meet with representatives from the Groton Grange, your local agricultural organization, at the tent which will be set up at Groton Electric Light Department on Station Ave. There, you will receive trash bags, gloves and instructions on which of our country lanes and roads could use some TLC.
Return to the Groton Electric Light Department with the trash you've picked up and deposit it in the Dumpsters which will be located at GELD.
With your effort, each year we have increased the tonnage of trash which has been hauled away and removed, helping to keep our rural landscape clean and beautiful.
There is still time to volunteer, either to pick up trash, donate to the fee for tonnage removal (the Grange pays the freight for removal, and we would love your help) or work the booth. Refreshments will be available.
For information call 978-448-3715 or 978-448-3418.
Guided Trail Hike April 13
Sunday, April 13, at 1 p.m. sharp, join members of the Groton Trails Committee and the Appalachian Mountain Club on an early spring guided hike through the woods on the trails of Throne Hill in West Groton.
The Throne is a conservation area owned by the Groton Conservation Trust and is one of the largest contiguous undeveloped parcels in the area. The Throne provides habitat for deer, bears, porcupines, fishers, moose and beavers.
It features upland forest and some interesting wetlands. Our walk on the Throne trails will take about two hours and is suitable for families with children. Dogs must be kept under owner's control, and leashed upon request. The hike will be held unless it is stormy. Take Townsend Road in Groton to Rockwood Lane. Meet at the end of Rockwood Lane at the top of the hill. 42.62968N, 71.64003W.
Olin Lathrop, email@example.com, 978-742-9014.
Interpretive park ranger at woman's club April 18
The April meeting, which will also be the stated annual meeting, of the Groton Woman's Club, will be held on Friday, April 18, at the Union Congregational Church in Groton.
Following the luncheon which will start at 11:30 a.m., there will be a business meeting and program. An Interpretive Park Ranger will be speaking about Lowell and Lowell National Historical Park. This program was originally scheduled for February, but due to one of the many snowstorms this winter, had to be postponed.
Hostess chairmen for the luncheon are Carole Carmichael and Paula Lantz.
For information, please contact GWC President Nancy Olson at 978-448-3181.
Groton Garden Club's annual plant sale May 10
The first day of spring has just arrived, the green buds are poking through last fall's leaves and some early bushes have hints of the flowers-to-come on their branches. This marks the start of the Groton Garden Club's preparations for their Annual Plant Sale, scheduled for Saturday, May 10, from 8:30 to 12 noon at the Groton Town Hall. Again this year, the club will feature a selection of plants ideal for shady areas, as well as those that flourish in sunny spots. Members of the club will be happy to assist in the selection of the best plants for your specific locations.
The wide variety of perennial plants are grown in Groton in club member's gardens, and transplanted especially for this annual sale. An excellent selection of herbs and special heirloom tomatoes will also be available.
The Plant Sale is the day before Mother's Day so you have the chance to pick out a gift of perennials that will return to Mom's garden year after year.
Proceeds from this sale are used for the Club's many beautification projects in Groton
The sale is very popular so be sure to come at opening time. Early birds are invited to wait outside the area until the 'opening bell at 8:30'.
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