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Celebrate yoga in Hopkinton

Published: 2/13/2020 12:07:39 PM
Modified: 2/13/2020 12:07:29 PM
Hopkinton Celebrate yoga

Eagle NamasDay is an annual national event hosted by Team RWB to help connect veterans to their community through yoga. Our yogi will take us through some basic yoga poses that will help illustrate the physical and therapeutic benefits of yoga, which can be done almost anywhere with no special equipment. She will also integrate some of the poses with balance assistance using aerial silks, which she specializes in. So grab your yoga mat, thick beach towel, quilt, whatever and join us for a morning session of mind clearing muscle stretching fun and comaraderie. This event will be held at the Hopkinton Town Library, 61 Houston Drive, on Feb. 22 from 11 a.m. to noon, and will be led by Marcia Shell. Marcia specializes in, this is geared toward newcomers and beginners. It is specialized for veterans suffering from PTSD.

Wilmot Reducing waste at home

Elizabeth Harper, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Natural Sciences at New England College, chair of the Wilmot Conservation Commission, and member of the Wilmot Waste Reduction Committee, will share strategies to reduce waste at home. This presentation will take place at 7 p.m. on Feb. 20, as part of the Wilmot Public Library Lecture Series. As the amount of waste that we generate has increased, costs for recycling and waste disposal have also increased, presenting challenges for towns who are trying to balance their budgets. We can all make small changes to our daily habits that will reduce waste, cost less and benefit the environment. Please join us for a discussion of creative solutions. Come with ideas and suggestions. This program, being held in the library at 11 N. Wilmot Road and is free and open to the public. More information at or 526-6804.

Newbury Discovering nature

Join Susan Morse, the founder of Keeping Track, and a highly regarded expert in natural history and one of the top wildlife trackers in North America, for these two programs presented by the John Hay Estate at The Fells. On Feb. 23 from 9 a.m. to noon, join Morse for a “Wildlife Tracking Snowshoe Hike: Tracking Animals by Understanding Habitat.” Morse leads a moderate three-hour hike (or snowshoe!) to teach us how to recognize and interpret wildlife signs, paying particular attention to the relationship between the animals and their habitat. We will explore portions of the Hay Forest and Wildlife Management Area, situated across Route 103A from the Fells Gatehouse in Newbury. Meet at the Gatehouse Kiosk. Registration is required; cost is $25. Also on Feb. 23, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., join Morse for an enlightening presentation, “Wild Cousins of Our Best Friends With Susan Morse,” at Whipple Hall, 25 Seamans Road, New London. Learn about original research on wild canids: red fox, gray fox, arctic fox, coyote, and wolves. Free for members, nonmembers $5. Advance registration requested; call 763-4789, ext. 3 or visit

EducationScholarship applications

Northeast Credit Union is pleased to announce that their Scholarship Program is now accepting applications for 2020. There are five different scholarships to apply for, with 24 overall opportunities for awards totaling $40,000. Scholarships are available to members in good standing who have been with NCU for one year or longer starting Jan. 15, 2019. The Northeast Credit Union Scholarship Program is designed to recognize dedicated, passionate student members for their community involvement and commitment to academics. For more information, visit Must be submitted by March 4.

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