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ESL Theater: The Wizard of Oz (Jan. 24, 25, & 26)

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Directed by Mary Scarlata-Rowe & Melissa Ennulat

Follow the yellow brick road!
This classic tale, in which a Kansas farm girl travels over the rainbow to discover the magical power of home, has been entertaining audiences for generations.


Friday, 1/24/2020 @ 7:00 p.m.
Saturday, 1/25 @ 3:00 and 7:00 p.m.
Sunday, 1/26 @ 3:00
Hopkinton Middle School, 88 Hayden Rowe Street

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January 24 - January 26 (07:00 am-09:30 pm)



Local Scene - JP and Friends

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The Local Scene Music Series. Sponored by Middlesex Savings Bank.

Join us at the HCA for a great music series featuring the best local bands. Cash bar.

JP and Friends
Friday, January 31, 2020
Doors open at 7:00 p.m., Music starts at 7:30 p.m.

JP and Friends is an established eight-piece pro-level band covering rock, soul, blues, funk and pop. The line-up features three vocalists (excellent harmonies), guitar, keyboards, sax, percussion, bass and drums. The band is led by British guitarist Jeff Purchon who has played with some of music's greatest; Robert Palmer, Noel Redding (Jimi Hendrix), Ginger Baker, Vernon Reid, Buddy Miles to name but a few. 

The aim of the band is to play great songs and get people up on their feet and have a great time. JP and Friends have a wide repertoire of songs that they deliver with superb vocals and top-level musicianship providing infectious grooves that will have the crowd dancing the night away and still want more. 


Tickets: $15 General Admissions, $13.5 for members

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January 31 (07:30 pm-10:00 pm)



Children's Series: Bending Gravity Entertainment

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A mesmerizing performance of over ten object manipulation skills choreographed to diverse music that will leave the audience smiling and in awe.  Featuring world-class yo-yoing, top spinning, traditional juggling, devilsticks, contact juggling, poi, diabolo, and more… the audience won’t be able to guess what comes next.  Part of the Hopkinton Center for the Arts Children's Entertainment Series.

These events are part of the HCA Art Pass and EBT Card to Culture free ticket programs. Click here to learn more.

Tickets: $10 General Admissions, $9 for members

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February 08 (03:00 pm-04:00 pm)



Jazz Jam Sundays

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Are you a musician, a jazz aficionado, or just looking for something fun to do? Join the MetroWest Jazz Project at the HCA every second Sunday of the month. One-hour concert followed by a public jam session open to musicians. Sundays 11 am. Free ($5 donations at the door appreciated).

February 09 (11:00 am-01:30 pm)



Let's Go! Art Around the World Series - Chinese New Year (Free, Pre-Registration Required)

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Let's go! - Art Around the World 

Hopkinton Center for the Arts - Art Around the World series presents a free children's cultural program. You and your child are welcome to join us this February as we celebrate the Chinese New Year with instructor Judi Smith. Kids will sing a song, listen to a story, and have fun making a culturally themed art craft. Program runs Sunday, 3 to 4:15 pm.

Recommended for ages 3 to 8. 

Pre-registration is required. Space is limited. Register each child attending.

This program is supported in part by a grant from the Hopkinton Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Mass Cultural Council, a state agency.

February 09 (03:00 pm-04:15 pm)



Artists' Talk and Reception (FREE)

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Eviction | Destruction | Renewal Exhibition:
an exhibition about resiliency

by Susan Emmerson, Tatiana Flis, and Rebecca Skinner

January 15 - March 14, 2020
Artists Talk and Reception February 21, 7 - 7:30pm

The public is invited to meet the artists and hear about their perspectives and processes in creating artworks about resiliency.
View the art,  enjoy refreshments and join in what will surely be a lively conversation!

Through differing perspectives, three artists’ explore countless forms of destruction seen throughout our world. Grounded within concepts of home and community Susan Greer Emmerson, Tatiana Flis, and Rebecca Skinner share their views on darkness, loss, and renewal of the human condition. Each artist takes their personal reflections and shares unique stories about the world in which we each create by combining photography, drawing, and mixed-media. The imagery ranges across abandoned buildings, demolished homes, and stoic figures to create a dynamic visual experience. It is when the light shines through the devastation that humanity expresses its deepest secrets, needs, and resilience. 


Tickets: $0 General Admissions, $0 for members

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February 21 (06:00 pm-07:30 pm)
Lotvin Family Gallery



Broadway in Hopkinton: Shayna Blass

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Shayna Blass is a curly-haired singer, dancer, actress, iced coffee fanatic, lover of rompers and mascara, born and bred in Washington, DC, now living and working in New York City. She's also fond of funny, cool stuff, and dark chocolate so, at this point there's got to be one thing y'all have in common with her. You've seen her in the hit television show Broad City and she hosts a semi-monthly uptown live music and comedy show called Basement Social.

Follow along in IG: @basementsocialnyc or check out her website www.shaynablass.com

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Tickets: $20 General Admissions, $18 for members

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February 21 (07:30 pm-09:00 pm)

HCA members have access to the galleries, exhibits, programs, and events at discounted prices to keep them engaged throughout the year -- all the while supporting the center.



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