Good morning, Hopkinton! Welcome to the daily update we call Hopkinton Today — a quick recap of yesterday’s news, highlights of what’s on tap, and a photo and video of the day.
Hopkinton’s Ritu Kapur wanted to bring eastern wisdom to western yoga practice. “Spirituality is not that different,” Kapur said about her approach to yoga in her first book, “Teach Yoga Touch Hearts.” “We are all striving or trying to find the same things in our lives.”
The Upper Charles Trail Committee (UCTC) is hosting a meeting Wednesday night (7) at the Senior Center to discuss the committee’s proposed route for the extension of the Upper Charles Trail. The Hopkinton Trails Club has expressed concern about the plan, especially with the fact that it includes three crossings of Hayden Rowe Street (Route 85) along with an approximate half-mile section along Hayden Rowe Street.
The Hopkinton Public Schools Music Department winter concerts started last night, with Grade 6 performing at the Hopkinton Middle School auditorium. The remainder of the middle school concerts as well as the high school concerts are later this month.
This week’s edition of Library Corner includes a farewell to Jessi McCarthy, who had been serving as acting library director, along with information about various programs taking place online or in person.
Town meetings tonight include the Board of Assessors (5:30), Select Board (6), Historical Commission (7) and Board of Library Trustees (7).
Photo of the Day: Among those participating in a can drive to benefit St. John’s church on Saturday in Hopkinton were (back row, from left) Matt Burdulis, Scott Pagliuca, Sean Walker, Ashwath Sridhar, Thomas Lotti, Drew Riesenberger and Matthew Bernardin), along with (front, from left) Anna DeMarco, Mike Burdulis and Jason Piccioli.
Video of the Day:
He picked his favourite flavour of crisps 😂pic.twitter.com/kRJzk0zQKF
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