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Fair Trade Holiday Market Dec. 12

A Fair Trade Holiday Market will be held at Christian Union Church in West Groton on Friday, Dec. 12, from 5:30-8:30 p.m. There will be a collection of unique, handmade and fair trade gifts, foods, coffee and more. We will be serving chili and have cookie making and crafts for children. Come for dinner, holiday shopping and a lot of fun.

The church is located on Route 225 in West Groton across from the fire station. More info, call 978 448-5480.

ArtWalk Dec. 13

An ArtWalk On The Common, including the five art galleries on the Groton Center Common, will be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 13. NOA Gallery is also hosting an artist reception from 5-7 p.m.

Guided trail hike Sunday, Dec. 14, 1 p.m. sharp

Join members of the Groton Trails Committee and the Appalachian Mountain Club on a guided hike along the scenic east side of the Nashua River in Groton.

Public access to this beautiful waterway at this location is afforded by hiking through the Farmers/Mechanics conservation land and adjoining conservation areas.

The hike starts on a scenic trail through the woods, then follows a riverside trail showcasing the Nashua River and its wonderful vistas. Our hike will take about two hours and is suitable for families with children old enough to hike in winter. Dogs must be kept under owner’s control, and leashed upon request.

The hike will be held unless it is stormy. Meet at the parking area for the Groton Fairgrounds, located at the end of Jenkins Road, also called Fairgrounds Road. 42.6171N, 71.5989W.

For info, all 978-742-9014, or go to olin@embedinc.com.

Holiday choral concert at Woman’s Club Dec. 19

On Friday, Dec. 19, the Groton Woman’s Club will once again be treated to a Holiday Choral Concert by the award-winning Groton-Dunstable Regional Secondary School Chorus, under the direction of Tim Savoy. The concert will begin at 11:30 a.m., followed by a meeting, and then the holiday tea. Those attending will have a chance to hear a report on the Greens Sale, held on Dec. 6.

Hostess chairmen for the tea are Lori McElroy and Tracey Molaskey. For information about this program and the Groton Woman’s Club, please contact President Nancy Olson at 978-448-3181.

Celebrate Christmas with First Baptist Church of Groton

The First Baptist Church welcomes the community to attend our annual Christmas Cantata entitled “A Child Is Born” by Glenn and Jan Christianson, on Sunday, Dec. 21, at 10:45 a.m.

“A Child Is Born” shows how God’s grace can meet our needs through all the difficulties of life. Also, join us on Dec. 24, at 6 p.m. for our annual Christmas Eve Candlelight Service. Bring the family to sing timeless Christmas carols and to worship.

Visitors are always welcome! Address: 365 Main St. in Groton. Call for information: 978-272-1335 or visit us on the web at firstbaptistofgroton.org or email Pastor Tom Faulk at pastorfaulk@charter.net.

If you’d like your notice to be added to The Posting Board, please send it to editor@nashobapub.com

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Fair Trade Holiday Market Dec. 12

A Fair Trade Holiday Market will be held at Christian Union Church in West Groton on Friday, Dec. 12, from 5:30-8:30 p.m. There will be a collection of unique, handmade and fair trade gifts, foods, coffee and more. We will be serving chili and have cookie making and crafts for children. Come for dinner, holiday shopping and a lot of fun.

The church is located on Route 225 in West Groton across from the fire station. More info, call 978 448-5480.

ArtWalk Dec. 13

An ArtWalk On The Common, including the five art galleries on the Groton Center Common, will be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 13. NOA Gallery is also hosting an artist reception from 5-7 p.m.

Guided trail hike Sunday, Dec. 14, 1 p.m. sharp

Join members of the Groton Trails Committee and the Appalachian Mountain Club on a guided hike along the scenic east side of the Nashua River in Groton.

Public access to this beautiful waterway at this location is afforded by hiking through the Farmers/Mechanics conservation land and adjoining conservation areas.

The hike starts on a scenic trail through the woods, then follows a riverside trail showcasing the Nashua River and its wonderful vistas. Our hike will take about two hours and is suitable for families with children old enough to hike in winter. Dogs must be kept under owner’s control, and leashed upon request.

The hike will be held unless it is stormy. Meet at the parking area for the Groton Fairgrounds, located at the end of Jenkins Road, also called Fairgrounds Road. 42.6171N, 71.5989W.

For info, all 978-742-9014, or go to olin@embedinc.com.

Holiday choral concert at Woman’s Club Dec. 19

On Friday, Dec. 19, the Groton Woman’s Club will once again be treated to a Holiday Choral Concert by the award-winning Groton-Dunstable Regional Secondary School Chorus, under the direction of Tim Savoy. The concert will begin at 11:30 a.m., followed by a meeting, and then the holiday tea. Those attending will have a chance to hear a report on the Greens Sale, held on Dec. 6.

Hostess chairmen for the tea are Lori McElroy and Tracey Molaskey. For information about this program and the Groton Woman’s Club, please contact President Nancy Olson at 978-448-3181.

Celebrate Christmas with First Baptist Church of Groton

The First Baptist Church welcomes the community to attend our annual Christmas Cantata entitled “A Child Is Born” by Glenn and Jan Christianson, on Sunday, Dec. 21, at 10:45 a.m.

“A Child Is Born” shows how God’s grace can meet our needs through all the difficulties of life. Also, join us on Dec. 24, at 6 p.m. for our annual Christmas Eve Candlelight Service. Bring the family to sing timeless Christmas carols and to worship.

Visitors are always welcome! Address: 365 Main St. in Groton. Call for information: 978-272-1335 or visit us on the web at firstbaptistofgroton.org or email Pastor Tom Faulk at pastorfaulk@charter.net.

If you’d like your notice to be added to The Posting Board, please send it to editor@nashobapub.com

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Fair Trade Holiday Market Dec. 12

A Fair Trade Holiday Market will be held at Christian Union Church in West Groton on Friday, Dec. 12, from 5:30-8:30 p.m. There will be a collection of unique, handmade and fair trade gifts, foods, coffee and more. We will be serving chili and have cookie making and crafts for children. Come for dinner, holiday shopping and a lot of fun.

The church is located on Route 225 in West Groton across from the fire station. More info, call 978 448-5480.

ArtWalk Dec. 13

An ArtWalk On The Common, including the five art galleries on the Groton Center Common, will be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 13. NOA Gallery is also hosting an artist reception from 5-7 p.m.

Guided trail hike Sunday, Dec. 14, 1 p.m. sharp

Join members of the Groton Trails Committee and the Appalachian Mountain Club on a guided hike along the scenic east side of the Nashua River in Groton.

Public access to this beautiful waterway at this location is afforded by hiking through the Farmers/Mechanics conservation land and adjoining conservation areas.

The hike starts on a scenic trail through the woods, then follows a riverside trail showcasing the Nashua River and its wonderful vistas. Our hike will take about two hours and is suitable for families with children old enough to hike in winter. Dogs must be kept under owner’s control, and leashed upon request.

The hike will be held unless it is stormy. Meet at the parking area for the Groton Fairgrounds, located at the end of Jenkins Road, also called Fairgrounds Road. 42.6171N, 71.5989W.

For info, all 978-742-9014, or go to olin@embedinc.com.

Holiday choral concert at Woman’s Club Dec. 19

On Friday, Dec. 19, the Groton Woman’s Club will once again be treated to a Holiday Choral Concert by the award-winning Groton-Dunstable Regional Secondary School Chorus, under the direction of Tim Savoy. The concert will begin at 11:30 a.m., followed by a meeting, and then the holiday tea. Those attending will have a chance to hear a report on the Greens Sale, held on Dec. 6.

Hostess chairmen for the tea are Lori McElroy and Tracey Molaskey. For information about this program and the Groton Woman’s Club, please contact President Nancy Olson at 978-448-3181.

Celebrate Christmas with First Baptist Church of Groton

The First Baptist Church welcomes the community to attend our annual Christmas Cantata entitled “A Child Is Born” by Glenn and Jan Christianson, on Sunday, Dec. 21, at 10:45 a.m.

“A Child Is Born” shows how God’s grace can meet our needs through all the difficulties of life. Also, join us on Dec. 24, at 6 p.m. for our annual Christmas Eve Candlelight Service. Bring the family to sing timeless Christmas carols and to worship.

Visitors are always welcome! Address: 365 Main St. in Groton. Call for information: 978-272-1335 or visit us on the web at firstbaptistofgroton.org or email Pastor Tom Faulk at pastorfaulk@charter.net.

If you’d like your notice to be added to The Posting Board, please send it to editor@nashobapub.com

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Fair Trade Holiday Market Dec. 12

A Fair Trade Holiday Market will be held at Christian Union Church in West Groton on Friday, Dec. 12, from 5:30-8:30 p.m. There will be a collection of unique, handmade and fair trade gifts, foods, coffee and more. We will be serving chili and have cookie making and crafts for children. Come for dinner, holiday shopping and a lot of fun.

The church is located on Route 225 in West Groton across from the fire station. More info, call 978 448-5480.

ArtWalk Dec. 13

An ArtWalk On The Common, including the five art galleries on the Groton Center Common, will be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 13. NOA Gallery is also hosting an artist reception from 5-7 p.m.

Guided trail hike Sunday, Dec. 14, 1 p.m. sharp

Join members of the Groton Trails Committee and the Appalachian Mountain Club on a guided hike along the scenic east side of the Nashua River in Groton.

Public access to this beautiful waterway at this location is afforded by hiking through the Farmers/Mechanics conservation land and adjoining conservation areas.

The hike starts on a scenic trail through the woods, then follows a riverside trail showcasing the Nashua River and its wonderful vistas. Our hike will take about two hours and is suitable for families with children old enough to hike in winter. Dogs must be kept under owner’s control, and leashed upon request.

The hike will be held unless it is stormy. Meet at the parking area for the Groton Fairgrounds, located at the end of Jenkins Road, also called Fairgrounds Road. 42.6171N, 71.5989W.

For info, all 978-742-9014, or go to olin@embedinc.com.

Holiday choral concert at Woman’s Club Dec. 19

On Friday, Dec. 19, the Groton Woman’s Club will once again be treated to a Holiday Choral Concert by the award-winning Groton-Dunstable Regional Secondary School Chorus, under the direction of Tim Savoy. The concert will begin at 11:30 a.m., followed by a meeting, and then the holiday tea. Those attending will have a chance to hear a report on the Greens Sale, held on Dec. 6.

Hostess chairmen for the tea are Lori McElroy and Tracey Molaskey. For information about this program and the Groton Woman’s Club, please contact President Nancy Olson at 978-448-3181.

Celebrate Christmas with First Baptist Church of Groton

The First Baptist Church welcomes the community to attend our annual Christmas Cantata entitled “A Child Is Born” by Glenn and Jan Christianson, on Sunday, Dec. 21, at 10:45 a.m.

“A Child Is Born” shows how God’s grace can meet our needs through all the difficulties of life. Also, join us on Dec. 24, at 6 p.m. for our annual Christmas Eve Candlelight Service. Bring the family to sing timeless Christmas carols and to worship.

Visitors are always welcome! Address: 365 Main St. in Groton. Call for information: 978-272-1335 or visit us on the web at firstbaptistofgroton.org or email Pastor Tom Faulk at pastorfaulk@charter.net.

If you’d like your notice to be added to The Posting Board, please send it to editor@nashobapub.com

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Fair Trade Holiday Market Dec. 12

A Fair Trade Holiday Market will be held at Christian Union Church in West Groton on Friday, Dec. 12, from 5:30-8:30 p.m. There will be a collection of unique, handmade and fair trade gifts, foods, coffee and more. We will be serving chili and have cookie making and crafts for children. Come for dinner, holiday shopping and a lot of fun.

The church is located on Route 225 in West Groton across from the fire station. More info, call 978 448-5480.

ArtWalk Dec. 13

An ArtWalk On The Common, including the five art galleries on the Groton Center Common, will be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 13. NOA Gallery is also hosting an artist reception from 5-7 p.m.

Guided trail hike Sunday, Dec. 14, 1 p.m. sharp

Join members of the Groton Trails Committee and the Appalachian Mountain Club on a guided hike along the scenic east side of the Nashua River in Groton.

Public access to this beautiful waterway at this location is afforded by hiking through the Farmers/Mechanics conservation land and adjoining conservation areas.

The hike starts on a scenic trail through the woods, then follows a riverside trail showcasing the Nashua River and its wonderful vistas. Our hike will take about two hours and is suitable for families with children old enough to hike in winter. Dogs must be kept under owner’s control, and leashed upon request.

The hike will be held unless it is stormy. Meet at the parking area for the Groton Fairgrounds, located at the end of Jenkins Road, also called Fairgrounds Road. 42.6171N, 71.5989W.

For info, all 978-742-9014, or go to olin@embedinc.com.

Holiday choral concert at Woman’s Club Dec. 19

On Friday, Dec. 19, the Groton Woman’s Club will once again be treated to a Holiday Choral Concert by the award-winning Groton-Dunstable Regional Secondary School Chorus, under the direction of Tim Savoy. The concert will begin at 11:30 a.m., followed by a meeting, and then the holiday tea. Those attending will have a chance to hear a report on the Greens Sale, held on Dec. 6.

Hostess chairmen for the tea are Lori McElroy and Tracey Molaskey. For information about this program and the Groton Woman’s Club, please contact President Nancy Olson at 978-448-3181.

Celebrate Christmas with First Baptist Church of Groton

The First Baptist Church welcomes the community to attend our annual Christmas Cantata entitled “A Child Is Born” by Glenn and Jan Christianson, on Sunday, Dec. 21, at 10:45 a.m.

“A Child Is Born” shows how God’s grace can meet our needs through all the difficulties of life. Also, join us on Dec. 24, at 6 p.m. for our annual Christmas Eve Candlelight Service. Bring the family to sing timeless Christmas carols and to worship.

Visitors are always welcome! Address: 365 Main St. in Groton. Call for information: 978-272-1335 or visit us on the web at firstbaptistofgroton.org or email Pastor Tom Faulk at pastorfaulk@charter.net.

If you’d like your notice to be added to The Posting Board, please send it to editor@nashobapub.com

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Fair Trade Holiday Market Dec. 12

A Fair Trade Holiday Market will be held at Christian Union Church in West Groton on Friday, Dec. 12, from 5:30-8:30 p.m. There will be a collection of unique, handmade and fair trade gifts, foods, coffee and more. We will be serving chili and have cookie making and crafts for children. Come for dinner, holiday shopping and a lot of fun.

The church is located on Route 225 in West Groton across from the fire station. More info, call 978 448-5480.

ArtWalk Dec. 13

An ArtWalk On The Common, including the five art galleries on the Groton Center Common, will be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 13. NOA Gallery is also hosting an artist reception from 5-7 p.m.

Guided trail hike Sunday, Dec. 14, 1 p.m. sharp

Join members of the Groton Trails Committee and the Appalachian Mountain Club on a guided hike along the scenic east side of the Nashua River in Groton.

Public access to this beautiful waterway at this location is afforded by hiking through the Farmers/Mechanics conservation land and adjoining conservation areas.

The hike starts on a scenic trail through the woods, then follows a riverside trail showcasing the Nashua River and its wonderful vistas. Our hike will take about two hours and is suitable for families with children old enough to hike in winter. Dogs must be kept under owner’s control, and leashed upon request.

The hike will be held unless it is stormy. Meet at the parking area for the Groton Fairgrounds, located at the end of Jenkins Road, also called Fairgrounds Road. 42.6171N, 71.5989W.

For info, all 978-742-9014, or go to olin@embedinc.com.

Holiday choral concert at Woman’s Club Dec. 19

On Friday, Dec. 19, the Groton Woman’s Club will once again be treated to a Holiday Choral Concert by the award-winning Groton-Dunstable Regional Secondary School Chorus, under the direction of Tim Savoy. The concert will begin at 11:30 a.m., followed by a meeting, and then the holiday tea. Those attending will have a chance to hear a report on the Greens Sale, held on Dec. 6.

Hostess chairmen for the tea are Lori McElroy and Tracey Molaskey. For information about this program and the Groton Woman’s Club, please contact President Nancy Olson at 978-448-3181.

Celebrate Christmas with First Baptist Church of Groton

The First Baptist Church welcomes the community to attend our annual Christmas Cantata entitled “A Child Is Born” by Glenn and Jan Christianson, on Sunday, Dec. 21, at 10:45 a.m.

“A Child Is Born” shows how God’s grace can meet our needs through all the difficulties of life. Also, join us on Dec. 24, at 6 p.m. for our annual Christmas Eve Candlelight Service. Bring the family to sing timeless Christmas carols and to worship.

Visitors are always welcome! Address: 365 Main St. in Groton. Call for information: 978-272-1335 or visit us on the web at firstbaptistofgroton.org or email Pastor Tom Faulk at pastorfaulk@charter.net.

If you’d like your notice to be added to The Posting Board, please send it to editor@nashobapub.com