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Saturday July 20, 2019
8:00 AM - 2:00 PM    Farmer's Market
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area - Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area
Come enjoy the many recreational opportunities at Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area47 Kimball Lake Dr. in Hopkintonopen: dawn to duskEnjoy: Great fishing off the dock or from a non-motorized boatKayak or canoe Kimball Lake (BYO)Enjoy a stroll along a 4.5 mile loop of the Hopkinton Village Greenway Trail Plan a family picnic Read a book on the porch or sit along the shore in an Adirondack chairRent a cabin for a birthday party, group meeting, family function or camping Just relax and enjoy the view!
 
8:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Tai Chi Classes - Experienced Tai Chi (Sat 2015)
Beginner Tai Chi Class: Meets on Thursdays from 6:00-7:00 PM.Experienced Tai Chi Classes: Meet on Tuesdays from 6:00-8:00 PM, and on Saturdays from 8:30-10:30 AM.All Tai Chi Classes are held in the Exercise Room on the lower level of the Slusser Center.There is a fee of $7.50 per class.Come just before class time to sign up with the instructor.
 
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM    Movie Night
 
Sunday July 21, 2019
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area - Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area
Come enjoy the many recreational opportunities at Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area47 Kimball Lake Dr. in Hopkintonopen: dawn to duskEnjoy: Great fishing off the dock or from a non-motorized boatKayak or canoe Kimball Lake (BYO)Enjoy a stroll along a 4.5 mile loop of the Hopkinton Village Greenway Trail Plan a family picnic Read a book on the porch or sit along the shore in an Adirondack chairRent a cabin for a birthday party, group meeting, family function or camping Just relax and enjoy the view!
 
1:30 PM - 5:00 PM    Scrapbooking & Crafts - Scrapbook & Crafts (Sun)
Each month, the Community Scrapbooking & Crafts Club meets on the second Friday from 7:00-9:00 PM, and the fourth Sunday from 1:30-5:00 PM, at the Slusser Center. All ages are welcome!
 
Monday July 22, 2019
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area - Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area
Come enjoy the many recreational opportunities at Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area47 Kimball Lake Dr. in Hopkintonopen: dawn to duskEnjoy: Great fishing off the dock or from a non-motorized boatKayak or canoe Kimball Lake (BYO)Enjoy a stroll along a 4.5 mile loop of the Hopkinton Village Greenway Trail Plan a family picnic Read a book on the porch or sit along the shore in an Adirondack chairRent a cabin for a birthday party, group meeting, family function or camping Just relax and enjoy the view!
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Strong Living 50+ Programs - Strong Living 50+ Programs
Intermediate Line Dancing Mon & Wed 10 amThe Intermediate Line Dancing group meets from 10:00-11:30 am on Mondays & Wednesdays in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a fun class to work on your skills in the art of line dancing!There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please come just before 10:00 am on a Monday or Wednesday.  Strength Exercises Tues & Thurs 9-10 amStrength Exercise is a non-aerobic program at the Slusser Center designed for seniors to strengthen bones and improve balance, thereby helping seniors to maintain their independence. Included in the program are exercise routines using ankle weights and hand weights, as well as stretching and balance exercises. Increasing weight adds to the intensity of the program. Participants are encouraged to increase ankle and hand weights gradually or whenever they feel it is possible. Seniors age 50+ of all ability levels are welcome. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.Any senior age 50+ who wants to join the Strength Exercise Classes, please come and speak with the instructor, Gloria Symonds, on a Tuesday or Thursday just before 9:00 am. Strength & Balance Mon & Wed 3-4 pmThe Strength and Balance Exercise Class meets every Monday and Wednesday from 3:00-4:00 pm at the Slusser Center. The class provides weight training, stretching, and balance exercises which will provide a foundation for increased quality of life for our seniors and a place to be encouraged to become stronger individuals.The program is based on the former Strong Living program developed by Tufts University. The program consists of a series of lower body, core, and upper body exercises. The leader monitors the form of the participants and provides correction if necessary. Each participant determines the amount of weight lifted and is encouraged by the leader to increase weights within his or her ability.There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please speak with the leader, Judy Sanborn, just before 3:00 pm on a Monday or Wednesday.  Chair Yoga Mon and Fri 9-10 amChair Yoga meets in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a gentle, chair based yoga for any level. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted. To join this class, please come and speak with the instructor just before 9:00 am on a Monday or Friday.
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Senior Daytime Activities - Senior Daytime Activities
Join us Monday - Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm at the Slusser Center for a variety of Senior activities!  (ages 50+) Strength & Balance Exercises (Mon & Wed 3-4 pm) Strength Exercises (Tues & Thurs 9-10 am) Free Blood Pressure Checks (Wed 11:30 am-12 pm) Senior Lunch (Wed 12-1 pm) $4 donation suggested  Intermediate Line Dancing (Mon & Wed 10-11:30 am) Knitting Group (Tues 1:30 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Quilting Group (Thurs 10 am-4 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Cribbage (Tues 1-3:30 pm - Free)Learn to Play Cribbage (call the Rec Dept. at 746-8263 and we will set up a private lesson!) Bingo (1st and 3rd Fri 1-3 pm) Scrabble (Wednesdays 1-3 pm) Card Making (Wed 12:45 pm & Fri 1 pm usually 2nd week of the month) Mah Jongg Games (every Fri 1-3 pm) Memoirs Class (every other Tuesday 12:15-1:15 pm - No Classes in July and August) VNA Health Clinic (1st Thurs 10 am-1 pm) Call Nurse ahead for appointment, at 410-9953. $10 suggested donation. Crocheting Program (Thursdays 1:30 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Lessons available!We also have Adult activities! (ages 18+)  Beginner Tai Chi Class (Thurs 6-7 pm)  Tai Chi Group (Tues 6-8 pm, Sat 8:30-10:30 am) Community Scrapbooking & Crafts Club (2nd Fri 7-9 pm, 4th Sunday 1:30-5 pm)Sit and Sew (4th Saturday of the month 11 am-4 pm)Adult Strength and Balance Classes (Mon & Fri 5-6 pm)Some activities have space limitations so pre-registering is required.Call Slusser Center at 746-8265.   
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Adult Strength & Balance - Adult Strength & Balance
All adults ages 18+ are invited to join us each Monday and Friday evening at 5pm for Strength and Balance Classes.  Classes started on September 10, 2018 and are 1 hour long in the Slusser Center exercise room.  Donations are accepted.
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Junior Legion
 
Tuesday July 23, 2019
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area - Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area
Come enjoy the many recreational opportunities at Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area47 Kimball Lake Dr. in Hopkintonopen: dawn to duskEnjoy: Great fishing off the dock or from a non-motorized boatKayak or canoe Kimball Lake (BYO)Enjoy a stroll along a 4.5 mile loop of the Hopkinton Village Greenway Trail Plan a family picnic Read a book on the porch or sit along the shore in an Adirondack chairRent a cabin for a birthday party, group meeting, family function or camping Just relax and enjoy the view!
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Strong Living 50+ Programs - Strong Living 50+ Programs
Intermediate Line Dancing Mon & Wed 10 amThe Intermediate Line Dancing group meets from 10:00-11:30 am on Mondays & Wednesdays in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a fun class to work on your skills in the art of line dancing!There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please come just before 10:00 am on a Monday or Wednesday.  Strength Exercises Tues & Thurs 9-10 amStrength Exercise is a non-aerobic program at the Slusser Center designed for seniors to strengthen bones and improve balance, thereby helping seniors to maintain their independence. Included in the program are exercise routines using ankle weights and hand weights, as well as stretching and balance exercises. Increasing weight adds to the intensity of the program. Participants are encouraged to increase ankle and hand weights gradually or whenever they feel it is possible. Seniors age 50+ of all ability levels are welcome. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.Any senior age 50+ who wants to join the Strength Exercise Classes, please come and speak with the instructor, Gloria Symonds, on a Tuesday or Thursday just before 9:00 am. Strength & Balance Mon & Wed 3-4 pmThe Strength and Balance Exercise Class meets every Monday and Wednesday from 3:00-4:00 pm at the Slusser Center. The class provides weight training, stretching, and balance exercises which will provide a foundation for increased quality of life for our seniors and a place to be encouraged to become stronger individuals.The program is based on the former Strong Living program developed by Tufts University. The program consists of a series of lower body, core, and upper body exercises. The leader monitors the form of the participants and provides correction if necessary. Each participant determines the amount of weight lifted and is encouraged by the leader to increase weights within his or her ability.There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please speak with the leader, Judy Sanborn, just before 3:00 pm on a Monday or Wednesday.  Chair Yoga Mon and Fri 9-10 amChair Yoga meets in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a gentle, chair based yoga for any level. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted. To join this class, please come and speak with the instructor just before 9:00 am on a Monday or Friday.
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Senior Daytime Activities - Senior Daytime Activities
Join us Monday - Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm at the Slusser Center for a variety of Senior activities!  (ages 50+) Strength & Balance Exercises (Mon & Wed 3-4 pm) Strength Exercises (Tues & Thurs 9-10 am) Free Blood Pressure Checks (Wed 11:30 am-12 pm) Senior Lunch (Wed 12-1 pm) $4 donation suggested  Intermediate Line Dancing (Mon & Wed 10-11:30 am) Knitting Group (Tues 1:30 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Quilting Group (Thurs 10 am-4 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Cribbage (Tues 1-3:30 pm - Free)Learn to Play Cribbage (call the Rec Dept. at 746-8263 and we will set up a private lesson!) Bingo (1st and 3rd Fri 1-3 pm) Scrabble (Wednesdays 1-3 pm) Card Making (Wed 12:45 pm & Fri 1 pm usually 2nd week of the month) Mah Jongg Games (every Fri 1-3 pm) Memoirs Class (every other Tuesday 12:15-1:15 pm - No Classes in July and August) VNA Health Clinic (1st Thurs 10 am-1 pm) Call Nurse ahead for appointment, at 410-9953. $10 suggested donation. Crocheting Program (Thursdays 1:30 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Lessons available!We also have Adult activities! (ages 18+)  Beginner Tai Chi Class (Thurs 6-7 pm)  Tai Chi Group (Tues 6-8 pm, Sat 8:30-10:30 am) Community Scrapbooking & Crafts Club (2nd Fri 7-9 pm, 4th Sunday 1:30-5 pm)Sit and Sew (4th Saturday of the month 11 am-4 pm)Adult Strength and Balance Classes (Mon & Fri 5-6 pm)Some activities have space limitations so pre-registering is required.Call Slusser Center at 746-8265.   
 
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM    Boys LAX Camp - LAX Camp - July 23
Come have fun this summer with the Hopkinton High School Varsity LAX players!  All 8U-14U boys (ages 6-14) are invited to participate in this great opportunity to develop their LAX skills by learning from and playing with the Varsity LAX team.  The camp will focus on stick work, positioning, and LAX techniques during the various drills, games, and "chalk talk" the Varsity Team will offer.  The camp will run on 3 Tuesdays, and your child can sign up for 1, 2, or all 3 sessions ($5 discount will be applied for the second Tuesday, $10 for signing up for all 3 Tuesdays).  July 16,23,305:30-7 pmHouston Field 1All participants need to supply and bring their own equipment (cleats, pads, sticks, cups, mouth guards, helmets) as well as lots of water.Register by July 12!Registration proceeds will benefit the Varsity Boys LAX Team so they can purchase new team equipment. Thanks for supporting our High School LAX team!
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Tai Chi Classes - Experienced Tai Chi (Tue 2015)
Beginner Tai Chi Class: Meets on Thursdays from 6:00-7:00 PM.Experienced Tai Chi Classes: Meet on Tuesdays from 6:00-8:00 PM, and on Saturdays from 8:30-10:30 AM.All Tai Chi Classes are held in the Exercise Room on the lower level of the Slusser Center.There is a fee of $7.50 per class.Come just before class time to sign up with the instructor.
 
Wednesday July 24, 2019
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area - Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area
Come enjoy the many recreational opportunities at Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area47 Kimball Lake Dr. in Hopkintonopen: dawn to duskEnjoy: Great fishing off the dock or from a non-motorized boatKayak or canoe Kimball Lake (BYO)Enjoy a stroll along a 4.5 mile loop of the Hopkinton Village Greenway Trail Plan a family picnic Read a book on the porch or sit along the shore in an Adirondack chairRent a cabin for a birthday party, group meeting, family function or camping Just relax and enjoy the view!
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Strong Living 50+ Programs - Strong Living 50+ Programs
Intermediate Line Dancing Mon & Wed 10 amThe Intermediate Line Dancing group meets from 10:00-11:30 am on Mondays & Wednesdays in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a fun class to work on your skills in the art of line dancing!There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please come just before 10:00 am on a Monday or Wednesday.  Strength Exercises Tues & Thurs 9-10 amStrength Exercise is a non-aerobic program at the Slusser Center designed for seniors to strengthen bones and improve balance, thereby helping seniors to maintain their independence. Included in the program are exercise routines using ankle weights and hand weights, as well as stretching and balance exercises. Increasing weight adds to the intensity of the program. Participants are encouraged to increase ankle and hand weights gradually or whenever they feel it is possible. Seniors age 50+ of all ability levels are welcome. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.Any senior age 50+ who wants to join the Strength Exercise Classes, please come and speak with the instructor, Gloria Symonds, on a Tuesday or Thursday just before 9:00 am. Strength & Balance Mon & Wed 3-4 pmThe Strength and Balance Exercise Class meets every Monday and Wednesday from 3:00-4:00 pm at the Slusser Center. The class provides weight training, stretching, and balance exercises which will provide a foundation for increased quality of life for our seniors and a place to be encouraged to become stronger individuals.The program is based on the former Strong Living program developed by Tufts University. The program consists of a series of lower body, core, and upper body exercises. The leader monitors the form of the participants and provides correction if necessary. Each participant determines the amount of weight lifted and is encouraged by the leader to increase weights within his or her ability.There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please speak with the leader, Judy Sanborn, just before 3:00 pm on a Monday or Wednesday.  Chair Yoga Mon and Fri 9-10 amChair Yoga meets in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a gentle, chair based yoga for any level. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted. To join this class, please come and speak with the instructor just before 9:00 am on a Monday or Friday.
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Senior Daytime Activities - Senior Daytime Activities
Join us Monday - Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm at the Slusser Center for a variety of Senior activities!  (ages 50+) Strength & Balance Exercises (Mon & Wed 3-4 pm) Strength Exercises (Tues & Thurs 9-10 am) Free Blood Pressure Checks (Wed 11:30 am-12 pm) Senior Lunch (Wed 12-1 pm) $4 donation suggested  Intermediate Line Dancing (Mon & Wed 10-11:30 am) Knitting Group (Tues 1:30 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Quilting Group (Thurs 10 am-4 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Cribbage (Tues 1-3:30 pm - Free)Learn to Play Cribbage (call the Rec Dept. at 746-8263 and we will set up a private lesson!) Bingo (1st and 3rd Fri 1-3 pm) Scrabble (Wednesdays 1-3 pm) Card Making (Wed 12:45 pm & Fri 1 pm usually 2nd week of the month) Mah Jongg Games (every Fri 1-3 pm) Memoirs Class (every other Tuesday 12:15-1:15 pm - No Classes in July and August) VNA Health Clinic (1st Thurs 10 am-1 pm) Call Nurse ahead for appointment, at 410-9953. $10 suggested donation. Crocheting Program (Thursdays 1:30 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Lessons available!We also have Adult activities! (ages 18+)  Beginner Tai Chi Class (Thurs 6-7 pm)  Tai Chi Group (Tues 6-8 pm, Sat 8:30-10:30 am) Community Scrapbooking & Crafts Club (2nd Fri 7-9 pm, 4th Sunday 1:30-5 pm)Sit and Sew (4th Saturday of the month 11 am-4 pm)Adult Strength and Balance Classes (Mon & Fri 5-6 pm)Some activities have space limitations so pre-registering is required.Call Slusser Center at 746-8265.   
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Soccer Club Games
 
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM    Town Band Concerts
 
Thursday July 25, 2019
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area - Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area
Come enjoy the many recreational opportunities at Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area47 Kimball Lake Dr. in Hopkintonopen: dawn to duskEnjoy: Great fishing off the dock or from a non-motorized boatKayak or canoe Kimball Lake (BYO)Enjoy a stroll along a 4.5 mile loop of the Hopkinton Village Greenway Trail Plan a family picnic Read a book on the porch or sit along the shore in an Adirondack chairRent a cabin for a birthday party, group meeting, family function or camping Just relax and enjoy the view!
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Strong Living 50+ Programs - Strong Living 50+ Programs
Intermediate Line Dancing Mon & Wed 10 amThe Intermediate Line Dancing group meets from 10:00-11:30 am on Mondays & Wednesdays in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a fun class to work on your skills in the art of line dancing!There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please come just before 10:00 am on a Monday or Wednesday.  Strength Exercises Tues & Thurs 9-10 amStrength Exercise is a non-aerobic program at the Slusser Center designed for seniors to strengthen bones and improve balance, thereby helping seniors to maintain their independence. Included in the program are exercise routines using ankle weights and hand weights, as well as stretching and balance exercises. Increasing weight adds to the intensity of the program. Participants are encouraged to increase ankle and hand weights gradually or whenever they feel it is possible. Seniors age 50+ of all ability levels are welcome. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.Any senior age 50+ who wants to join the Strength Exercise Classes, please come and speak with the instructor, Gloria Symonds, on a Tuesday or Thursday just before 9:00 am. Strength & Balance Mon & Wed 3-4 pmThe Strength and Balance Exercise Class meets every Monday and Wednesday from 3:00-4:00 pm at the Slusser Center. The class provides weight training, stretching, and balance exercises which will provide a foundation for increased quality of life for our seniors and a place to be encouraged to become stronger individuals.The program is based on the former Strong Living program developed by Tufts University. The program consists of a series of lower body, core, and upper body exercises. The leader monitors the form of the participants and provides correction if necessary. Each participant determines the amount of weight lifted and is encouraged by the leader to increase weights within his or her ability.There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please speak with the leader, Judy Sanborn, just before 3:00 pm on a Monday or Wednesday.  Chair Yoga Mon and Fri 9-10 amChair Yoga meets in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a gentle, chair based yoga for any level. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted. To join this class, please come and speak with the instructor just before 9:00 am on a Monday or Friday.
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Senior Daytime Activities - Senior Daytime Activities
Join us Monday - Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm at the Slusser Center for a variety of Senior activities!  (ages 50+) Strength & Balance Exercises (Mon & Wed 3-4 pm) Strength Exercises (Tues & Thurs 9-10 am) Free Blood Pressure Checks (Wed 11:30 am-12 pm) Senior Lunch (Wed 12-1 pm) $4 donation suggested  Intermediate Line Dancing (Mon & Wed 10-11:30 am) Knitting Group (Tues 1:30 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Quilting Group (Thurs 10 am-4 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Cribbage (Tues 1-3:30 pm - Free)Learn to Play Cribbage (call the Rec Dept. at 746-8263 and we will set up a private lesson!) Bingo (1st and 3rd Fri 1-3 pm) Scrabble (Wednesdays 1-3 pm) Card Making (Wed 12:45 pm & Fri 1 pm usually 2nd week of the month) Mah Jongg Games (every Fri 1-3 pm) Memoirs Class (every other Tuesday 12:15-1:15 pm - No Classes in July and August) VNA Health Clinic (1st Thurs 10 am-1 pm) Call Nurse ahead for appointment, at 410-9953. $10 suggested donation. Crocheting Program (Thursdays 1:30 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Lessons available!We also have Adult activities! (ages 18+)  Beginner Tai Chi Class (Thurs 6-7 pm)  Tai Chi Group (Tues 6-8 pm, Sat 8:30-10:30 am) Community Scrapbooking & Crafts Club (2nd Fri 7-9 pm, 4th Sunday 1:30-5 pm)Sit and Sew (4th Saturday of the month 11 am-4 pm)Adult Strength and Balance Classes (Mon & Fri 5-6 pm)Some activities have space limitations so pre-registering is required.Call Slusser Center at 746-8265.   
 
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Junior Legion
 
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Tai Chi Classes - Beginner Tai Chi (Thurs 2015)
Beginner Tai Chi Class: Meets on Thursdays from 6:00-7:00 PM.Experienced Tai Chi Classes: Meet on Tuesdays from 6:00-8:00 PM, and on Saturdays from 8:30-10:30 AM.All Tai Chi Classes are held in the Exercise Room on the lower level of the Slusser Center.There is a fee of $7.50 per class.Come just before class time to sign up with the instructor.
 
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Women's Pick-up Soccer - Women's Pickup Soccer
Join us on Thursdays at 6 pm for Women's Pick-up Soccer.  All women 18+ are invited to attend.This 6 week program runs July 18-August 29 at the Park Avenue field (539 Park Ave.)Safety equipment is needed - bring a mouth guard and shin pads. This is a free activity for Hopkinton and Contoocook residents.  Non-residents pay $10.  Everyone needs to register in advance.
 
Friday July 26, 2019
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area - Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area
Come enjoy the many recreational opportunities at Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area47 Kimball Lake Dr. in Hopkintonopen: dawn to duskEnjoy: Great fishing off the dock or from a non-motorized boatKayak or canoe Kimball Lake (BYO)Enjoy a stroll along a 4.5 mile loop of the Hopkinton Village Greenway Trail Plan a family picnic Read a book on the porch or sit along the shore in an Adirondack chairRent a cabin for a birthday party, group meeting, family function or camping Just relax and enjoy the view!
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Strong Living 50+ Programs - Strong Living 50+ Programs
Intermediate Line Dancing Mon & Wed 10 amThe Intermediate Line Dancing group meets from 10:00-11:30 am on Mondays & Wednesdays in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a fun class to work on your skills in the art of line dancing!There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please come just before 10:00 am on a Monday or Wednesday.  Strength Exercises Tues & Thurs 9-10 amStrength Exercise is a non-aerobic program at the Slusser Center designed for seniors to strengthen bones and improve balance, thereby helping seniors to maintain their independence. Included in the program are exercise routines using ankle weights and hand weights, as well as stretching and balance exercises. Increasing weight adds to the intensity of the program. Participants are encouraged to increase ankle and hand weights gradually or whenever they feel it is possible. Seniors age 50+ of all ability levels are welcome. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.Any senior age 50+ who wants to join the Strength Exercise Classes, please come and speak with the instructor, Gloria Symonds, on a Tuesday or Thursday just before 9:00 am. Strength & Balance Mon & Wed 3-4 pmThe Strength and Balance Exercise Class meets every Monday and Wednesday from 3:00-4:00 pm at the Slusser Center. The class provides weight training, stretching, and balance exercises which will provide a foundation for increased quality of life for our seniors and a place to be encouraged to become stronger individuals.The program is based on the former Strong Living program developed by Tufts University. The program consists of a series of lower body, core, and upper body exercises. The leader monitors the form of the participants and provides correction if necessary. Each participant determines the amount of weight lifted and is encouraged by the leader to increase weights within his or her ability.There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please speak with the leader, Judy Sanborn, just before 3:00 pm on a Monday or Wednesday.  Chair Yoga Mon and Fri 9-10 amChair Yoga meets in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a gentle, chair based yoga for any level. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted. To join this class, please come and speak with the instructor just before 9:00 am on a Monday or Friday.
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Senior Daytime Activities - Senior Daytime Activities
Join us Monday - Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm at the Slusser Center for a variety of Senior activities!  (ages 50+) Strength & Balance Exercises (Mon & Wed 3-4 pm) Strength Exercises (Tues & Thurs 9-10 am) Free Blood Pressure Checks (Wed 11:30 am-12 pm) Senior Lunch (Wed 12-1 pm) $4 donation suggested  Intermediate Line Dancing (Mon & Wed 10-11:30 am) Knitting Group (Tues 1:30 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Quilting Group (Thurs 10 am-4 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Cribbage (Tues 1-3:30 pm - Free)Learn to Play Cribbage (call the Rec Dept. at 746-8263 and we will set up a private lesson!) Bingo (1st and 3rd Fri 1-3 pm) Scrabble (Wednesdays 1-3 pm) Card Making (Wed 12:45 pm & Fri 1 pm usually 2nd week of the month) Mah Jongg Games (every Fri 1-3 pm) Memoirs Class (every other Tuesday 12:15-1:15 pm - No Classes in July and August) VNA Health Clinic (1st Thurs 10 am-1 pm) Call Nurse ahead for appointment, at 410-9953. $10 suggested donation. Crocheting Program (Thursdays 1:30 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Lessons available!We also have Adult activities! (ages 18+)  Beginner Tai Chi Class (Thurs 6-7 pm)  Tai Chi Group (Tues 6-8 pm, Sat 8:30-10:30 am) Community Scrapbooking & Crafts Club (2nd Fri 7-9 pm, 4th Sunday 1:30-5 pm)Sit and Sew (4th Saturday of the month 11 am-4 pm)Adult Strength and Balance Classes (Mon & Fri 5-6 pm)Some activities have space limitations so pre-registering is required.Call Slusser Center at 746-8265.   
 
12:00 PM - 8:00 PM    NH Lightning
 
12:00 PM - 8:00 PM    NH Lightning
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Adult Strength & Balance - Adult Strength & Balance
All adults ages 18+ are invited to join us each Monday and Friday evening at 5pm for Strength and Balance Classes.  Classes started on September 10, 2018 and are 1 hour long in the Slusser Center exercise room.  Donations are accepted.
 
Saturday July 27, 2019
8:00 AM - 2:00 PM    Farmer's Market
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    NH Lightning
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    NH Lightning
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area - Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area
Come enjoy the many recreational opportunities at Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area47 Kimball Lake Dr. in Hopkintonopen: dawn to duskEnjoy: Great fishing off the dock or from a non-motorized boatKayak or canoe Kimball Lake (BYO)Enjoy a stroll along a 4.5 mile loop of the Hopkinton Village Greenway Trail Plan a family picnic Read a book on the porch or sit along the shore in an Adirondack chairRent a cabin for a birthday party, group meeting, family function or camping Just relax and enjoy the view!
 
8:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Tai Chi Classes - Experienced Tai Chi (Sat 2015)
Beginner Tai Chi Class: Meets on Thursdays from 6:00-7:00 PM.Experienced Tai Chi Classes: Meet on Tuesdays from 6:00-8:00 PM, and on Saturdays from 8:30-10:30 AM.All Tai Chi Classes are held in the Exercise Room on the lower level of the Slusser Center.There is a fee of $7.50 per class.Come just before class time to sign up with the instructor.
 
11:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Sit & Sew Group - Sit and Sew
Come join us for some sewing fun in the Slusser Center's exercise room on the 4th Saturday of the month from 11 am - 4pm.  March will be on 3/30 instead.Bring your own machine and projects, or work on a blanket to be donated to Project Linus (projectlinus.org).  Project Linus, a non-profit organization, provides homemade blankets to children in need. The blankets are lovingly made by adults and children from all walks of life and many different sources and given to children in need.This group will not meet in December.
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Soccer Club Games
 
Sunday July 28, 2019
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    NH Lightning
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    NH Lightning
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area - Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area
Come enjoy the many recreational opportunities at Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area47 Kimball Lake Dr. in Hopkintonopen: dawn to duskEnjoy: Great fishing off the dock or from a non-motorized boatKayak or canoe Kimball Lake (BYO)Enjoy a stroll along a 4.5 mile loop of the Hopkinton Village Greenway Trail Plan a family picnic Read a book on the porch or sit along the shore in an Adirondack chairRent a cabin for a birthday party, group meeting, family function or camping Just relax and enjoy the view!
 
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM    Concerts in the Park 2019 - Concerts in the Park 2018
Carter Mountain Brass Bandplays at the Gazebo on Sunday, July 28 at 3 pmThis concert is free to the public!The Town Band plays at the Gazebo at 7pm in Contoocook in the summer.  All concerts are free and open to the public! Rain location is at Maple Street School.Town Band concert dates: Wednesdays starting June 19, ending August 7.   Visit them at hopkintontownband.org      
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Soccer Club Games
 
Monday July 29, 2019
7:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Rec Summer Camp - Early Drop Off - Late Pick Up
Hopkinton Rec Summer Camp is designed for: Campers Age 6 years (or have completed Kindergarten)-11 years CIT (Counselor-In-Training) Campers Age 12-15 IMPORTANT INFORMATION  Registrations:Registrations and payment MUST be done in advance by close of business (4:30pm) the Thursday before the week your child is to attend. Walk-ins WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.    Fees:Fees are set on a pay-per-week basis.  There are no discounts or reduced rates for campers who attend less days.  Transferring Fees:Weekly fees paid may be transferred if there is a need to switch weeks.  Please contact the Recreation Dept. by phone or email immediately if this need arises.  This MUST be done before the camper attends the needed week.   Medical Records:Copy of Camper and CIT (Counselor-in-Training) Immunization Records and most recent Physical must be submitted before your child can attend camp.  Please drop off at the Town Hall or Slusser Center (Rec. Office) or mail to: Recreation Dept., 330 Main Street, Hopkinton, NH  03229.  Please note that in most cases, this takes time to obtain.  Please DO NOT wait until the last minute! What Should Kids Bring To Camp?1.  Please remember to pack a lunch, 2 snacks, and drinks/water for your camper every day.  Please use a cooler with ice packs as there is no refrigerator available. 2.  Please pack a bathing suit and towel for your camper every day.  (There are planned and un-planned beach visits as well as games/activities that involve getting wet!).  Also, the camp staff cannot apply sunscreen to campers.  This should be done in advance at home and sending them with protective spray is advised.  Also, hats and swimming shirts are a fantastic idea!3.  Please pack sun screen & bug spray to be used as needed by your camper throughout the week.4.  Campers must wear (or bring) sneakers to camp each day.**note** please leave all electronics at home.  Our counselors will provide the entertainment!  Questions?: recreation@hopkinton-nh.gov or (603) 746-8263. 
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area - Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area
Come enjoy the many recreational opportunities at Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area47 Kimball Lake Dr. in Hopkintonopen: dawn to duskEnjoy: Great fishing off the dock or from a non-motorized boatKayak or canoe Kimball Lake (BYO)Enjoy a stroll along a 4.5 mile loop of the Hopkinton Village Greenway Trail Plan a family picnic Read a book on the porch or sit along the shore in an Adirondack chairRent a cabin for a birthday party, group meeting, family function or camping Just relax and enjoy the view!
 
8:30 AM - 4:00 PM    Rec Summer Camp - Youth Camper
Hopkinton Rec Summer Camp is designed for: Campers Age 6 years (or have completed Kindergarten)-11 years CIT (Counselor-In-Training) Campers Age 12-15 IMPORTANT INFORMATION  Registrations:Registrations and payment MUST be done in advance by close of business (4:30pm) the Thursday before the week your child is to attend. Walk-ins WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.    Fees:Fees are set on a pay-per-week basis.  There are no discounts or reduced rates for campers who attend less days.  Transferring Fees:Weekly fees paid may be transferred if there is a need to switch weeks.  Please contact the Recreation Dept. by phone or email immediately if this need arises.  This MUST be done before the camper attends the needed week.   Medical Records:Copy of Camper and CIT (Counselor-in-Training) Immunization Records and most recent Physical must be submitted before your child can attend camp.  Please drop off at the Town Hall or Slusser Center (Rec. Office) or mail to: Recreation Dept., 330 Main Street, Hopkinton, NH  03229.  Please note that in most cases, this takes time to obtain.  Please DO NOT wait until the last minute! What Should Kids Bring To Camp?1.  Please remember to pack a lunch, 2 snacks, and drinks/water for your camper every day.  Please use a cooler with ice packs as there is no refrigerator available. 2.  Please pack a bathing suit and towel for your camper every day.  (There are planned and un-planned beach visits as well as games/activities that involve getting wet!).  Also, the camp staff cannot apply sunscreen to campers.  This should be done in advance at home and sending them with protective spray is advised.  Also, hats and swimming shirts are a fantastic idea!3.  Please pack sun screen & bug spray to be used as needed by your camper throughout the week.4.  Campers must wear (or bring) sneakers to camp each day.**note** please leave all electronics at home.  Our counselors will provide the entertainment!  Questions?: recreation@hopkinton-nh.gov or (603) 746-8263. 
 
8:30 AM - 4:00 PM    Rec Summer Camp - CIT Camper (Counselor In Training)
Hopkinton Rec Summer Camp is designed for: Campers Age 6 years (or have completed Kindergarten)-11 years CIT (Counselor-In-Training) Campers Age 12-15 IMPORTANT INFORMATION  Registrations:Registrations and payment MUST be done in advance by close of business (4:30pm) the Thursday before the week your child is to attend. Walk-ins WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.    Fees:Fees are set on a pay-per-week basis.  There are no discounts or reduced rates for campers who attend less days.  Transferring Fees:Weekly fees paid may be transferred if there is a need to switch weeks.  Please contact the Recreation Dept. by phone or email immediately if this need arises.  This MUST be done before the camper attends the needed week.   Medical Records:Copy of Camper and CIT (Counselor-in-Training) Immunization Records and most recent Physical must be submitted before your child can attend camp.  Please drop off at the Town Hall or Slusser Center (Rec. Office) or mail to: Recreation Dept., 330 Main Street, Hopkinton, NH  03229.  Please note that in most cases, this takes time to obtain.  Please DO NOT wait until the last minute! What Should Kids Bring To Camp?1.  Please remember to pack a lunch, 2 snacks, and drinks/water for your camper every day.  Please use a cooler with ice packs as there is no refrigerator available. 2.  Please pack a bathing suit and towel for your camper every day.  (There are planned and un-planned beach visits as well as games/activities that involve getting wet!).  Also, the camp staff cannot apply sunscreen to campers.  This should be done in advance at home and sending them with protective spray is advised.  Also, hats and swimming shirts are a fantastic idea!3.  Please pack sun screen & bug spray to be used as needed by your camper throughout the week.4.  Campers must wear (or bring) sneakers to camp each day.**note** please leave all electronics at home.  Our counselors will provide the entertainment!  Questions?: recreation@hopkinton-nh.gov or (603) 746-8263. 
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Strong Living 50+ Programs - Strong Living 50+ Programs
Intermediate Line Dancing Mon & Wed 10 amThe Intermediate Line Dancing group meets from 10:00-11:30 am on Mondays & Wednesdays in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a fun class to work on your skills in the art of line dancing!There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please come just before 10:00 am on a Monday or Wednesday.  Strength Exercises Tues & Thurs 9-10 amStrength Exercise is a non-aerobic program at the Slusser Center designed for seniors to strengthen bones and improve balance, thereby helping seniors to maintain their independence. Included in the program are exercise routines using ankle weights and hand weights, as well as stretching and balance exercises. Increasing weight adds to the intensity of the program. Participants are encouraged to increase ankle and hand weights gradually or whenever they feel it is possible. Seniors age 50+ of all ability levels are welcome. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.Any senior age 50+ who wants to join the Strength Exercise Classes, please come and speak with the instructor, Gloria Symonds, on a Tuesday or Thursday just before 9:00 am. Strength & Balance Mon & Wed 3-4 pmThe Strength and Balance Exercise Class meets every Monday and Wednesday from 3:00-4:00 pm at the Slusser Center. The class provides weight training, stretching, and balance exercises which will provide a foundation for increased quality of life for our seniors and a place to be encouraged to become stronger individuals.The program is based on the former Strong Living program developed by Tufts University. The program consists of a series of lower body, core, and upper body exercises. The leader monitors the form of the participants and provides correction if necessary. Each participant determines the amount of weight lifted and is encouraged by the leader to increase weights within his or her ability.There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please speak with the leader, Judy Sanborn, just before 3:00 pm on a Monday or Wednesday.  Chair Yoga Mon and Fri 9-10 amChair Yoga meets in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a gentle, chair based yoga for any level. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted. To join this class, please come and speak with the instructor just before 9:00 am on a Monday or Friday.
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Senior Daytime Activities - Senior Daytime Activities
Join us Monday - Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm at the Slusser Center for a variety of Senior activities!  (ages 50+) Strength & Balance Exercises (Mon & Wed 3-4 pm) Strength Exercises (Tues & Thurs 9-10 am) Free Blood Pressure Checks (Wed 11:30 am-12 pm) Senior Lunch (Wed 12-1 pm) $4 donation suggested  Intermediate Line Dancing (Mon & Wed 10-11:30 am) Knitting Group (Tues 1:30 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Quilting Group (Thurs 10 am-4 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Cribbage (Tues 1-3:30 pm - Free)Learn to Play Cribbage (call the Rec Dept. at 746-8263 and we will set up a private lesson!) Bingo (1st and 3rd Fri 1-3 pm) Scrabble (Wednesdays 1-3 pm) Card Making (Wed 12:45 pm & Fri 1 pm usually 2nd week of the month) Mah Jongg Games (every Fri 1-3 pm) Memoirs Class (every other Tuesday 12:15-1:15 pm - No Classes in July and August) VNA Health Clinic (1st Thurs 10 am-1 pm) Call Nurse ahead for appointment, at 410-9953. $10 suggested donation. Crocheting Program (Thursdays 1:30 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Lessons available!We also have Adult activities! (ages 18+)  Beginner Tai Chi Class (Thurs 6-7 pm)  Tai Chi Group (Tues 6-8 pm, Sat 8:30-10:30 am) Community Scrapbooking & Crafts Club (2nd Fri 7-9 pm, 4th Sunday 1:30-5 pm)Sit and Sew (4th Saturday of the month 11 am-4 pm)Adult Strength and Balance Classes (Mon & Fri 5-6 pm)Some activities have space limitations so pre-registering is required.Call Slusser Center at 746-8265.   
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Soccer Club Camp
 
10:00 AM - 2:30 PM    Rec Summer Camp - Optional Swim Lesson
Hopkinton Rec Summer Camp is designed for: Campers Age 6 years (or have completed Kindergarten)-11 years CIT (Counselor-In-Training) Campers Age 12-15 IMPORTANT INFORMATION  Registrations:Registrations and payment MUST be done in advance by close of business (4:30pm) the Thursday before the week your child is to attend. Walk-ins WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.    Fees:Fees are set on a pay-per-week basis.  There are no discounts or reduced rates for campers who attend less days.  Transferring Fees:Weekly fees paid may be transferred if there is a need to switch weeks.  Please contact the Recreation Dept. by phone or email immediately if this need arises.  This MUST be done before the camper attends the needed week.   Medical Records:Copy of Camper and CIT (Counselor-in-Training) Immunization Records and most recent Physical must be submitted before your child can attend camp.  Please drop off at the Town Hall or Slusser Center (Rec. Office) or mail to: Recreation Dept., 330 Main Street, Hopkinton, NH  03229.  Please note that in most cases, this takes time to obtain.  Please DO NOT wait until the last minute! What Should Kids Bring To Camp?1.  Please remember to pack a lunch, 2 snacks, and drinks/water for your camper every day.  Please use a cooler with ice packs as there is no refrigerator available. 2.  Please pack a bathing suit and towel for your camper every day.  (There are planned and un-planned beach visits as well as games/activities that involve getting wet!).  Also, the camp staff cannot apply sunscreen to campers.  This should be done in advance at home and sending them with protective spray is advised.  Also, hats and swimming shirts are a fantastic idea!3.  Please pack sun screen & bug spray to be used as needed by your camper throughout the week.4.  Campers must wear (or bring) sneakers to camp each day.**note** please leave all electronics at home.  Our counselors will provide the entertainment!  Questions?: recreation@hopkinton-nh.gov or (603) 746-8263. 
 
4:30 PM - 5:00 PM    Swimming Lessons - Red Cross Learn-To-Swim Program - Level 4 & 5 - Stroke Improvement & Refinement
Level 1-3 lessons will be available in the mornings and evenings geared for ages 4+We also offer a Parent/Child Aquatics Class during the morning for age 3 and under with parent in the water.All swim lessons will be offered at Kimball Pond. Cost is $50/resident or $60/non-resident per two-week session. Class size will be limited according to swim level. Lessons are scheduled Monday through Thursday (with a make up rain date of Friday). Note that there is no swim lesson on July 4th, so that week's swim lesson will  include Friday.Day one and the second Thursday of each session will be skills assessment days. Lessons will only be canceled if thunder/lightning is present. We will post on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/KimballPond if lessons will be cancelled. For your child’s safety, we ask that there is a responsible adult present during all your child’s swimming lessons.PARENTS:  If you are not sure what level your child should be placed in, click the link below and look at the level descriptions.  Remember, the descriptions indicate what will be taught in the class, not what they should already know... 
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Adult Strength & Balance - Adult Strength & Balance
All adults ages 18+ are invited to join us each Monday and Friday evening at 5pm for Strength and Balance Classes.  Classes started on September 10, 2018 and are 1 hour long in the Slusser Center exercise room.  Donations are accepted.
 
5:05 PM - 5:35 PM    Swimming Lessons - Red Cross Learn-To-Swim Program - Level 2 - Fundamental Aquatic Skills
Level 1-3 lessons will be available in the mornings and evenings geared for ages 4+We also offer a Parent/Child Aquatics Class during the morning for age 3 and under with parent in the water.All swim lessons will be offered at Kimball Pond. Cost is $50/resident or $60/non-resident per two-week session. Class size will be limited according to swim level. Lessons are scheduled Monday through Thursday (with a make up rain date of Friday). Note that there is no swim lesson on July 4th, so that week's swim lesson will  include Friday.Day one and the second Thursday of each session will be skills assessment days. Lessons will only be canceled if thunder/lightning is present. We will post on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/KimballPond if lessons will be cancelled. For your child’s safety, we ask that there is a responsible adult present during all your child’s swimming lessons.PARENTS:  If you are not sure what level your child should be placed in, click the link below and look at the level descriptions.  Remember, the descriptions indicate what will be taught in the class, not what they should already know... 
 
5:40 PM - 6:10 PM    Swimming Lessons - Red Cross Learn-To-Swim Program - Level 3 - Stroke Development
Level 1-3 lessons will be available in the mornings and evenings geared for ages 4+We also offer a Parent/Child Aquatics Class during the morning for age 3 and under with parent in the water.All swim lessons will be offered at Kimball Pond. Cost is $50/resident or $60/non-resident per two-week session. Class size will be limited according to swim level. Lessons are scheduled Monday through Thursday (with a make up rain date of Friday). Note that there is no swim lesson on July 4th, so that week's swim lesson will  include Friday.Day one and the second Thursday of each session will be skills assessment days. Lessons will only be canceled if thunder/lightning is present. We will post on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/KimballPond if lessons will be cancelled. For your child’s safety, we ask that there is a responsible adult present during all your child’s swimming lessons.PARENTS:  If you are not sure what level your child should be placed in, click the link below and look at the level descriptions.  Remember, the descriptions indicate what will be taught in the class, not what they should already know... 
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Soccer Club Games
 
6:15 PM - 6:35 PM    Swimming Lessons - Red Cross Learn-To-Swim Program - Level 1 - Introduction to Water Skills
Level 1-3 lessons will be available in the mornings and evenings geared for ages 4+We also offer a Parent/Child Aquatics Class during the morning for age 3 and under with parent in the water.All swim lessons will be offered at Kimball Pond. Cost is $50/resident or $60/non-resident per two-week session. Class size will be limited according to swim level. Lessons are scheduled Monday through Thursday (with a make up rain date of Friday). Note that there is no swim lesson on July 4th, so that week's swim lesson will  include Friday.Day one and the second Thursday of each session will be skills assessment days. Lessons will only be canceled if thunder/lightning is present. We will post on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/KimballPond if lessons will be cancelled. For your child’s safety, we ask that there is a responsible adult present during all your child’s swimming lessons.PARENTS:  If you are not sure what level your child should be placed in, click the link below and look at the level descriptions.  Remember, the descriptions indicate what will be taught in the class, not what they should already know... 
 
Tuesday July 30, 2019
7:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Rec Summer Camp - Early Drop Off - Late Pick Up
Hopkinton Rec Summer Camp is designed for: Campers Age 6 years (or have completed Kindergarten)-11 years CIT (Counselor-In-Training) Campers Age 12-15 IMPORTANT INFORMATION  Registrations:Registrations and payment MUST be done in advance by close of business (4:30pm) the Thursday before the week your child is to attend. Walk-ins WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.    Fees:Fees are set on a pay-per-week basis.  There are no discounts or reduced rates for campers who attend less days.  Transferring Fees:Weekly fees paid may be transferred if there is a need to switch weeks.  Please contact the Recreation Dept. by phone or email immediately if this need arises.  This MUST be done before the camper attends the needed week.   Medical Records:Copy of Camper and CIT (Counselor-in-Training) Immunization Records and most recent Physical must be submitted before your child can attend camp.  Please drop off at the Town Hall or Slusser Center (Rec. Office) or mail to: Recreation Dept., 330 Main Street, Hopkinton, NH  03229.  Please note that in most cases, this takes time to obtain.  Please DO NOT wait until the last minute! What Should Kids Bring To Camp?1.  Please remember to pack a lunch, 2 snacks, and drinks/water for your camper every day.  Please use a cooler with ice packs as there is no refrigerator available. 2.  Please pack a bathing suit and towel for your camper every day.  (There are planned and un-planned beach visits as well as games/activities that involve getting wet!).  Also, the camp staff cannot apply sunscreen to campers.  This should be done in advance at home and sending them with protective spray is advised.  Also, hats and swimming shirts are a fantastic idea!3.  Please pack sun screen & bug spray to be used as needed by your camper throughout the week.4.  Campers must wear (or bring) sneakers to camp each day.**note** please leave all electronics at home.  Our counselors will provide the entertainment!  Questions?: recreation@hopkinton-nh.gov or (603) 746-8263. 
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area - Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area
Come enjoy the many recreational opportunities at Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area47 Kimball Lake Dr. in Hopkintonopen: dawn to duskEnjoy: Great fishing off the dock or from a non-motorized boatKayak or canoe Kimball Lake (BYO)Enjoy a stroll along a 4.5 mile loop of the Hopkinton Village Greenway Trail Plan a family picnic Read a book on the porch or sit along the shore in an Adirondack chairRent a cabin for a birthday party, group meeting, family function or camping Just relax and enjoy the view!
 
8:30 AM - 4:00 PM    Rec Summer Camp - Youth Camper
Hopkinton Rec Summer Camp is designed for: Campers Age 6 years (or have completed Kindergarten)-11 years CIT (Counselor-In-Training) Campers Age 12-15 IMPORTANT INFORMATION  Registrations:Registrations and payment MUST be done in advance by close of business (4:30pm) the Thursday before the week your child is to attend. Walk-ins WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.    Fees:Fees are set on a pay-per-week basis.  There are no discounts or reduced rates for campers who attend less days.  Transferring Fees:Weekly fees paid may be transferred if there is a need to switch weeks.  Please contact the Recreation Dept. by phone or email immediately if this need arises.  This MUST be done before the camper attends the needed week.   Medical Records:Copy of Camper and CIT (Counselor-in-Training) Immunization Records and most recent Physical must be submitted before your child can attend camp.  Please drop off at the Town Hall or Slusser Center (Rec. Office) or mail to: Recreation Dept., 330 Main Street, Hopkinton, NH  03229.  Please note that in most cases, this takes time to obtain.  Please DO NOT wait until the last minute! What Should Kids Bring To Camp?1.  Please remember to pack a lunch, 2 snacks, and drinks/water for your camper every day.  Please use a cooler with ice packs as there is no refrigerator available. 2.  Please pack a bathing suit and towel for your camper every day.  (There are planned and un-planned beach visits as well as games/activities that involve getting wet!).  Also, the camp staff cannot apply sunscreen to campers.  This should be done in advance at home and sending them with protective spray is advised.  Also, hats and swimming shirts are a fantastic idea!3.  Please pack sun screen & bug spray to be used as needed by your camper throughout the week.4.  Campers must wear (or bring) sneakers to camp each day.**note** please leave all electronics at home.  Our counselors will provide the entertainment!  Questions?: recreation@hopkinton-nh.gov or (603) 746-8263. 
 
8:30 AM - 4:00 PM    Rec Summer Camp - CIT Camper (Counselor In Training)
Hopkinton Rec Summer Camp is designed for: Campers Age 6 years (or have completed Kindergarten)-11 years CIT (Counselor-In-Training) Campers Age 12-15 IMPORTANT INFORMATION  Registrations:Registrations and payment MUST be done in advance by close of business (4:30pm) the Thursday before the week your child is to attend. Walk-ins WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.    Fees:Fees are set on a pay-per-week basis.  There are no discounts or reduced rates for campers who attend less days.  Transferring Fees:Weekly fees paid may be transferred if there is a need to switch weeks.  Please contact the Recreation Dept. by phone or email immediately if this need arises.  This MUST be done before the camper attends the needed week.   Medical Records:Copy of Camper and CIT (Counselor-in-Training) Immunization Records and most recent Physical must be submitted before your child can attend camp.  Please drop off at the Town Hall or Slusser Center (Rec. Office) or mail to: Recreation Dept., 330 Main Street, Hopkinton, NH  03229.  Please note that in most cases, this takes time to obtain.  Please DO NOT wait until the last minute! What Should Kids Bring To Camp?1.  Please remember to pack a lunch, 2 snacks, and drinks/water for your camper every day.  Please use a cooler with ice packs as there is no refrigerator available. 2.  Please pack a bathing suit and towel for your camper every day.  (There are planned and un-planned beach visits as well as games/activities that involve getting wet!).  Also, the camp staff cannot apply sunscreen to campers.  This should be done in advance at home and sending them with protective spray is advised.  Also, hats and swimming shirts are a fantastic idea!3.  Please pack sun screen & bug spray to be used as needed by your camper throughout the week.4.  Campers must wear (or bring) sneakers to camp each day.**note** please leave all electronics at home.  Our counselors will provide the entertainment!  Questions?: recreation@hopkinton-nh.gov or (603) 746-8263. 
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Strong Living 50+ Programs - Strong Living 50+ Programs
Intermediate Line Dancing Mon & Wed 10 amThe Intermediate Line Dancing group meets from 10:00-11:30 am on Mondays & Wednesdays in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a fun class to work on your skills in the art of line dancing!There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please come just before 10:00 am on a Monday or Wednesday.  Strength Exercises Tues & Thurs 9-10 amStrength Exercise is a non-aerobic program at the Slusser Center designed for seniors to strengthen bones and improve balance, thereby helping seniors to maintain their independence. Included in the program are exercise routines using ankle weights and hand weights, as well as stretching and balance exercises. Increasing weight adds to the intensity of the program. Participants are encouraged to increase ankle and hand weights gradually or whenever they feel it is possible. Seniors age 50+ of all ability levels are welcome. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.Any senior age 50+ who wants to join the Strength Exercise Classes, please come and speak with the instructor, Gloria Symonds, on a Tuesday or Thursday just before 9:00 am. Strength & Balance Mon & Wed 3-4 pmThe Strength and Balance Exercise Class meets every Monday and Wednesday from 3:00-4:00 pm at the Slusser Center. The class provides weight training, stretching, and balance exercises which will provide a foundation for increased quality of life for our seniors and a place to be encouraged to become stronger individuals.The program is based on the former Strong Living program developed by Tufts University. The program consists of a series of lower body, core, and upper body exercises. The leader monitors the form of the participants and provides correction if necessary. Each participant determines the amount of weight lifted and is encouraged by the leader to increase weights within his or her ability.There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please speak with the leader, Judy Sanborn, just before 3:00 pm on a Monday or Wednesday.  Chair Yoga Mon and Fri 9-10 amChair Yoga meets in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a gentle, chair based yoga for any level. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted. To join this class, please come and speak with the instructor just before 9:00 am on a Monday or Friday.
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Senior Daytime Activities - Senior Daytime Activities
Join us Monday - Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm at the Slusser Center for a variety of Senior activities!  (ages 50+) Strength & Balance Exercises (Mon & Wed 3-4 pm) Strength Exercises (Tues & Thurs 9-10 am) Free Blood Pressure Checks (Wed 11:30 am-12 pm) Senior Lunch (Wed 12-1 pm) $4 donation suggested  Intermediate Line Dancing (Mon & Wed 10-11:30 am) Knitting Group (Tues 1:30 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Quilting Group (Thurs 10 am-4 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Cribbage (Tues 1-3:30 pm - Free)Learn to Play Cribbage (call the Rec Dept. at 746-8263 and we will set up a private lesson!) Bingo (1st and 3rd Fri 1-3 pm) Scrabble (Wednesdays 1-3 pm) Card Making (Wed 12:45 pm & Fri 1 pm usually 2nd week of the month) Mah Jongg Games (every Fri 1-3 pm) Memoirs Class (every other Tuesday 12:15-1:15 pm - No Classes in July and August) VNA Health Clinic (1st Thurs 10 am-1 pm) Call Nurse ahead for appointment, at 410-9953. $10 suggested donation. Crocheting Program (Thursdays 1:30 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Lessons available!We also have Adult activities! (ages 18+)  Beginner Tai Chi Class (Thurs 6-7 pm)  Tai Chi Group (Tues 6-8 pm, Sat 8:30-10:30 am) Community Scrapbooking & Crafts Club (2nd Fri 7-9 pm, 4th Sunday 1:30-5 pm)Sit and Sew (4th Saturday of the month 11 am-4 pm)Adult Strength and Balance Classes (Mon & Fri 5-6 pm)Some activities have space limitations so pre-registering is required.Call Slusser Center at 746-8265.   
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Soccer Club Camp
 
4:30 PM - 5:00 PM    Swimming Lessons - Red Cross Learn-To-Swim Program - Level 4 & 5 - Stroke Improvement & Refinement
Level 1-3 lessons will be available in the mornings and evenings geared for ages 4+We also offer a Parent/Child Aquatics Class during the morning for age 3 and under with parent in the water.All swim lessons will be offered at Kimball Pond. Cost is $50/resident or $60/non-resident per two-week session. Class size will be limited according to swim level. Lessons are scheduled Monday through Thursday (with a make up rain date of Friday). Note that there is no swim lesson on July 4th, so that week's swim lesson will  include Friday.Day one and the second Thursday of each session will be skills assessment days. Lessons will only be canceled if thunder/lightning is present. We will post on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/KimballPond if lessons will be cancelled. For your child’s safety, we ask that there is a responsible adult present during all your child’s swimming lessons.PARENTS:  If you are not sure what level your child should be placed in, click the link below and look at the level descriptions.  Remember, the descriptions indicate what will be taught in the class, not what they should already know... 
 
5:05 PM - 5:35 PM    Swimming Lessons - Red Cross Learn-To-Swim Program - Level 2 - Fundamental Aquatic Skills
Level 1-3 lessons will be available in the mornings and evenings geared for ages 4+We also offer a Parent/Child Aquatics Class during the morning for age 3 and under with parent in the water.All swim lessons will be offered at Kimball Pond. Cost is $50/resident or $60/non-resident per two-week session. Class size will be limited according to swim level. Lessons are scheduled Monday through Thursday (with a make up rain date of Friday). Note that there is no swim lesson on July 4th, so that week's swim lesson will  include Friday.Day one and the second Thursday of each session will be skills assessment days. Lessons will only be canceled if thunder/lightning is present. We will post on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/KimballPond if lessons will be cancelled. For your child’s safety, we ask that there is a responsible adult present during all your child’s swimming lessons.PARENTS:  If you are not sure what level your child should be placed in, click the link below and look at the level descriptions.  Remember, the descriptions indicate what will be taught in the class, not what they should already know... 
 
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM    Boys LAX Camp - LAX Camp - July 30
Come have fun this summer with the Hopkinton High School Varsity LAX players!  All 8U-14U boys (ages 6-14) are invited to participate in this great opportunity to develop their LAX skills by learning from and playing with the Varsity LAX team.  The camp will focus on stick work, positioning, and LAX techniques during the various drills, games, and "chalk talk" the Varsity Team will offer.  The camp will run on 3 Tuesdays, and your child can sign up for 1, 2, or all 3 sessions ($5 discount will be applied for the second Tuesday, $10 for signing up for all 3 Tuesdays).  July 16,23,305:30-7 pmHouston Field 1All participants need to supply and bring their own equipment (cleats, pads, sticks, cups, mouth guards, helmets) as well as lots of water.Register by July 12!Registration proceeds will benefit the Varsity Boys LAX Team so they can purchase new team equipment. Thanks for supporting our High School LAX team!
 
5:40 PM - 6:10 PM    Swimming Lessons - Red Cross Learn-To-Swim Program - Level 3 - Stroke Development
Level 1-3 lessons will be available in the mornings and evenings geared for ages 4+We also offer a Parent/Child Aquatics Class during the morning for age 3 and under with parent in the water.All swim lessons will be offered at Kimball Pond. Cost is $50/resident or $60/non-resident per two-week session. Class size will be limited according to swim level. Lessons are scheduled Monday through Thursday (with a make up rain date of Friday). Note that there is no swim lesson on July 4th, so that week's swim lesson will  include Friday.Day one and the second Thursday of each session will be skills assessment days. Lessons will only be canceled if thunder/lightning is present. We will post on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/KimballPond if lessons will be cancelled. For your child’s safety, we ask that there is a responsible adult present during all your child’s swimming lessons.PARENTS:  If you are not sure what level your child should be placed in, click the link below and look at the level descriptions.  Remember, the descriptions indicate what will be taught in the class, not what they should already know... 
 
5:45 PM - 7:15 PM    Girl Scout Meeting
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Tai Chi Classes - Experienced Tai Chi (Tue 2015)
Beginner Tai Chi Class: Meets on Thursdays from 6:00-7:00 PM.Experienced Tai Chi Classes: Meet on Tuesdays from 6:00-8:00 PM, and on Saturdays from 8:30-10:30 AM.All Tai Chi Classes are held in the Exercise Room on the lower level of the Slusser Center.There is a fee of $7.50 per class.Come just before class time to sign up with the instructor.
 
6:15 PM - 6:35 PM    Swimming Lessons - Red Cross Learn-To-Swim Program - Level 1 - Introduction to Water Skills
Level 1-3 lessons will be available in the mornings and evenings geared for ages 4+We also offer a Parent/Child Aquatics Class during the morning for age 3 and under with parent in the water.All swim lessons will be offered at Kimball Pond. Cost is $50/resident or $60/non-resident per two-week session. Class size will be limited according to swim level. Lessons are scheduled Monday through Thursday (with a make up rain date of Friday). Note that there is no swim lesson on July 4th, so that week's swim lesson will  include Friday.Day one and the second Thursday of each session will be skills assessment days. Lessons will only be canceled if thunder/lightning is present. We will post on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/KimballPond if lessons will be cancelled. For your child’s safety, we ask that there is a responsible adult present during all your child’s swimming lessons.PARENTS:  If you are not sure what level your child should be placed in, click the link below and look at the level descriptions.  Remember, the descriptions indicate what will be taught in the class, not what they should already know... 
 
Wednesday July 31, 2019
7:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Rec Summer Camp - Early Drop Off - Late Pick Up
Hopkinton Rec Summer Camp is designed for: Campers Age 6 years (or have completed Kindergarten)-11 years CIT (Counselor-In-Training) Campers Age 12-15 IMPORTANT INFORMATION  Registrations:Registrations and payment MUST be done in advance by close of business (4:30pm) the Thursday before the week your child is to attend. Walk-ins WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.    Fees:Fees are set on a pay-per-week basis.  There are no discounts or reduced rates for campers who attend less days.  Transferring Fees:Weekly fees paid may be transferred if there is a need to switch weeks.  Please contact the Recreation Dept. by phone or email immediately if this need arises.  This MUST be done before the camper attends the needed week.   Medical Records:Copy of Camper and CIT (Counselor-in-Training) Immunization Records and most recent Physical must be submitted before your child can attend camp.  Please drop off at the Town Hall or Slusser Center (Rec. Office) or mail to: Recreation Dept., 330 Main Street, Hopkinton, NH  03229.  Please note that in most cases, this takes time to obtain.  Please DO NOT wait until the last minute! What Should Kids Bring To Camp?1.  Please remember to pack a lunch, 2 snacks, and drinks/water for your camper every day.  Please use a cooler with ice packs as there is no refrigerator available. 2.  Please pack a bathing suit and towel for your camper every day.  (There are planned and un-planned beach visits as well as games/activities that involve getting wet!).  Also, the camp staff cannot apply sunscreen to campers.  This should be done in advance at home and sending them with protective spray is advised.  Also, hats and swimming shirts are a fantastic idea!3.  Please pack sun screen & bug spray to be used as needed by your camper throughout the week.4.  Campers must wear (or bring) sneakers to camp each day.**note** please leave all electronics at home.  Our counselors will provide the entertainment!  Questions?: recreation@hopkinton-nh.gov or (603) 746-8263. 
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area - Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area
Come enjoy the many recreational opportunities at Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area47 Kimball Lake Dr. in Hopkintonopen: dawn to duskEnjoy: Great fishing off the dock or from a non-motorized boatKayak or canoe Kimball Lake (BYO)Enjoy a stroll along a 4.5 mile loop of the Hopkinton Village Greenway Trail Plan a family picnic Read a book on the porch or sit along the shore in an Adirondack chairRent a cabin for a birthday party, group meeting, family function or camping Just relax and enjoy the view!
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    July 4th Results - July 4th results
1st Place Winners!Sam Brown-Evans- 5KShaylee Murdough- 5KCarmen Diamond- Kid Parade Most PatrioticAva Jennison- Kid Parade Most CreativeAngelina D’Orazio- Kid Parade Most OriginalElias McKanan-Kid Root Beer ChuggingJeff Corbett- Adult Root Beer ChuggingDahlia Perry- Kid Pudding EatingEmma Vincent- Kid Pie EatingJess Gerrior- Adult Pie EatingSam Donlon- Bubble Gum Blowing Tooky Cookie Contest Winners!Anne Pearce- Kid 1st PlaceEvelyn Hopper- Kid 2nd PlaceLily Sproles- Kid 3rd PlaceAva Lambert- Adult 1st PlaceDulcey Miller- Adult 2nd PlaceLouise Carr- Adult 3rd Place
 
8:30 AM - 4:00 PM    Rec Summer Camp - Youth Camper
Hopkinton Rec Summer Camp is designed for: Campers Age 6 years (or have completed Kindergarten)-11 years CIT (Counselor-In-Training) Campers Age 12-15 IMPORTANT INFORMATION  Registrations:Registrations and payment MUST be done in advance by close of business (4:30pm) the Thursday before the week your child is to attend. Walk-ins WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.    Fees:Fees are set on a pay-per-week basis.  There are no discounts or reduced rates for campers who attend less days.  Transferring Fees:Weekly fees paid may be transferred if there is a need to switch weeks.  Please contact the Recreation Dept. by phone or email immediately if this need arises.  This MUST be done before the camper attends the needed week.   Medical Records:Copy of Camper and CIT (Counselor-in-Training) Immunization Records and most recent Physical must be submitted before your child can attend camp.  Please drop off at the Town Hall or Slusser Center (Rec. Office) or mail to: Recreation Dept., 330 Main Street, Hopkinton, NH  03229.  Please note that in most cases, this takes time to obtain.  Please DO NOT wait until the last minute! What Should Kids Bring To Camp?1.  Please remember to pack a lunch, 2 snacks, and drinks/water for your camper every day.  Please use a cooler with ice packs as there is no refrigerator available. 2.  Please pack a bathing suit and towel for your camper every day.  (There are planned and un-planned beach visits as well as games/activities that involve getting wet!).  Also, the camp staff cannot apply sunscreen to campers.  This should be done in advance at home and sending them with protective spray is advised.  Also, hats and swimming shirts are a fantastic idea!3.  Please pack sun screen & bug spray to be used as needed by your camper throughout the week.4.  Campers must wear (or bring) sneakers to camp each day.**note** please leave all electronics at home.  Our counselors will provide the entertainment!  Questions?: recreation@hopkinton-nh.gov or (603) 746-8263. 
 
8:30 AM - 4:00 PM    Rec Summer Camp - CIT Camper (Counselor In Training)
Hopkinton Rec Summer Camp is designed for: Campers Age 6 years (or have completed Kindergarten)-11 years CIT (Counselor-In-Training) Campers Age 12-15 IMPORTANT INFORMATION  Registrations:Registrations and payment MUST be done in advance by close of business (4:30pm) the Thursday before the week your child is to attend. Walk-ins WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.    Fees:Fees are set on a pay-per-week basis.  There are no discounts or reduced rates for campers who attend less days.  Transferring Fees:Weekly fees paid may be transferred if there is a need to switch weeks.  Please contact the Recreation Dept. by phone or email immediately if this need arises.  This MUST be done before the camper attends the needed week.   Medical Records:Copy of Camper and CIT (Counselor-in-Training) Immunization Records and most recent Physical must be submitted before your child can attend camp.  Please drop off at the Town Hall or Slusser Center (Rec. Office) or mail to: Recreation Dept., 330 Main Street, Hopkinton, NH  03229.  Please note that in most cases, this takes time to obtain.  Please DO NOT wait until the last minute! What Should Kids Bring To Camp?1.  Please remember to pack a lunch, 2 snacks, and drinks/water for your camper every day.  Please use a cooler with ice packs as there is no refrigerator available. 2.  Please pack a bathing suit and towel for your camper every day.  (There are planned and un-planned beach visits as well as games/activities that involve getting wet!).  Also, the camp staff cannot apply sunscreen to campers.  This should be done in advance at home and sending them with protective spray is advised.  Also, hats and swimming shirts are a fantastic idea!3.  Please pack sun screen & bug spray to be used as needed by your camper throughout the week.4.  Campers must wear (or bring) sneakers to camp each day.**note** please leave all electronics at home.  Our counselors will provide the entertainment!  Questions?: recreation@hopkinton-nh.gov or (603) 746-8263. 
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Strong Living 50+ Programs - Strong Living 50+ Programs
Intermediate Line Dancing Mon & Wed 10 amThe Intermediate Line Dancing group meets from 10:00-11:30 am on Mondays & Wednesdays in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a fun class to work on your skills in the art of line dancing!There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please come just before 10:00 am on a Monday or Wednesday.  Strength Exercises Tues & Thurs 9-10 amStrength Exercise is a non-aerobic program at the Slusser Center designed for seniors to strengthen bones and improve balance, thereby helping seniors to maintain their independence. Included in the program are exercise routines using ankle weights and hand weights, as well as stretching and balance exercises. Increasing weight adds to the intensity of the program. Participants are encouraged to increase ankle and hand weights gradually or whenever they feel it is possible. Seniors age 50+ of all ability levels are welcome. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.Any senior age 50+ who wants to join the Strength Exercise Classes, please come and speak with the instructor, Gloria Symonds, on a Tuesday or Thursday just before 9:00 am. Strength & Balance Mon & Wed 3-4 pmThe Strength and Balance Exercise Class meets every Monday and Wednesday from 3:00-4:00 pm at the Slusser Center. The class provides weight training, stretching, and balance exercises which will provide a foundation for increased quality of life for our seniors and a place to be encouraged to become stronger individuals.The program is based on the former Strong Living program developed by Tufts University. The program consists of a series of lower body, core, and upper body exercises. The leader monitors the form of the participants and provides correction if necessary. Each participant determines the amount of weight lifted and is encouraged by the leader to increase weights within his or her ability.There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please speak with the leader, Judy Sanborn, just before 3:00 pm on a Monday or Wednesday.  Chair Yoga Mon and Fri 9-10 amChair Yoga meets in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a gentle, chair based yoga for any level. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted. To join this class, please come and speak with the instructor just before 9:00 am on a Monday or Friday.
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Senior Daytime Activities - Senior Daytime Activities
Join us Monday - Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm at the Slusser Center for a variety of Senior activities!  (ages 50+) Strength & Balance Exercises (Mon & Wed 3-4 pm) Strength Exercises (Tues & Thurs 9-10 am) Free Blood Pressure Checks (Wed 11:30 am-12 pm) Senior Lunch (Wed 12-1 pm) $4 donation suggested  Intermediate Line Dancing (Mon & Wed 10-11:30 am) Knitting Group (Tues 1:30 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Quilting Group (Thurs 10 am-4 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Cribbage (Tues 1-3:30 pm - Free)Learn to Play Cribbage (call the Rec Dept. at 746-8263 and we will set up a private lesson!) Bingo (1st and 3rd Fri 1-3 pm) Scrabble (Wednesdays 1-3 pm) Card Making (Wed 12:45 pm & Fri 1 pm usually 2nd week of the month) Mah Jongg Games (every Fri 1-3 pm) Memoirs Class (every other Tuesday 12:15-1:15 pm - No Classes in July and August) VNA Health Clinic (1st Thurs 10 am-1 pm) Call Nurse ahead for appointment, at 410-9953. $10 suggested donation. Crocheting Program (Thursdays 1:30 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Lessons available!We also have Adult activities! (ages 18+)  Beginner Tai Chi Class (Thurs 6-7 pm)  Tai Chi Group (Tues 6-8 pm, Sat 8:30-10:30 am) Community Scrapbooking & Crafts Club (2nd Fri 7-9 pm, 4th Sunday 1:30-5 pm)Sit and Sew (4th Saturday of the month 11 am-4 pm)Adult Strength and Balance Classes (Mon & Fri 5-6 pm)Some activities have space limitations so pre-registering is required.Call Slusser Center at 746-8265.   
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Soccer Club Camp
 
4:30 PM - 5:00 PM    Swimming Lessons - Red Cross Learn-To-Swim Program - Level 4 & 5 - Stroke Improvement & Refinement
Level 1-3 lessons will be available in the mornings and evenings geared for ages 4+We also offer a Parent/Child Aquatics Class during the morning for age 3 and under with parent in the water.All swim lessons will be offered at Kimball Pond. Cost is $50/resident or $60/non-resident per two-week session. Class size will be limited according to swim level. Lessons are scheduled Monday through Thursday (with a make up rain date of Friday). Note that there is no swim lesson on July 4th, so that week's swim lesson will  include Friday.Day one and the second Thursday of each session will be skills assessment days. Lessons will only be canceled if thunder/lightning is present. We will post on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/KimballPond if lessons will be cancelled. For your child’s safety, we ask that there is a responsible adult present during all your child’s swimming lessons.PARENTS:  If you are not sure what level your child should be placed in, click the link below and look at the level descriptions.  Remember, the descriptions indicate what will be taught in the class, not what they should already know... 
 
5:05 PM - 5:35 PM    Swimming Lessons - Red Cross Learn-To-Swim Program - Level 2 - Fundamental Aquatic Skills
Level 1-3 lessons will be available in the mornings and evenings geared for ages 4+We also offer a Parent/Child Aquatics Class during the morning for age 3 and under with parent in the water.All swim lessons will be offered at Kimball Pond. Cost is $50/resident or $60/non-resident per two-week session. Class size will be limited according to swim level. Lessons are scheduled Monday through Thursday (with a make up rain date of Friday). Note that there is no swim lesson on July 4th, so that week's swim lesson will  include Friday.Day one and the second Thursday of each session will be skills assessment days. Lessons will only be canceled if thunder/lightning is present. We will post on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/KimballPond if lessons will be cancelled. For your child’s safety, we ask that there is a responsible adult present during all your child’s swimming lessons.PARENTS:  If you are not sure what level your child should be placed in, click the link below and look at the level descriptions.  Remember, the descriptions indicate what will be taught in the class, not what they should already know... 
 
5:40 PM - 6:10 PM    Swimming Lessons - Red Cross Learn-To-Swim Program - Level 3 - Stroke Development
Level 1-3 lessons will be available in the mornings and evenings geared for ages 4+We also offer a Parent/Child Aquatics Class during the morning for age 3 and under with parent in the water.All swim lessons will be offered at Kimball Pond. Cost is $50/resident or $60/non-resident per two-week session. Class size will be limited according to swim level. Lessons are scheduled Monday through Thursday (with a make up rain date of Friday). Note that there is no swim lesson on July 4th, so that week's swim lesson will  include Friday.Day one and the second Thursday of each session will be skills assessment days. Lessons will only be canceled if thunder/lightning is present. We will post on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/KimballPond if lessons will be cancelled. For your child’s safety, we ask that there is a responsible adult present during all your child’s swimming lessons.PARENTS:  If you are not sure what level your child should be placed in, click the link below and look at the level descriptions.  Remember, the descriptions indicate what will be taught in the class, not what they should already know... 
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Soccer Club Games
 
6:15 PM - 6:35 PM    Swimming Lessons - Red Cross Learn-To-Swim Program - Level 1 - Introduction to Water Skills
Level 1-3 lessons will be available in the mornings and evenings geared for ages 4+We also offer a Parent/Child Aquatics Class during the morning for age 3 and under with parent in the water.All swim lessons will be offered at Kimball Pond. Cost is $50/resident or $60/non-resident per two-week session. Class size will be limited according to swim level. Lessons are scheduled Monday through Thursday (with a make up rain date of Friday). Note that there is no swim lesson on July 4th, so that week's swim lesson will  include Friday.Day one and the second Thursday of each session will be skills assessment days. Lessons will only be canceled if thunder/lightning is present. We will post on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/KimballPond if lessons will be cancelled. For your child’s safety, we ask that there is a responsible adult present during all your child’s swimming lessons.PARENTS:  If you are not sure what level your child should be placed in, click the link below and look at the level descriptions.  Remember, the descriptions indicate what will be taught in the class, not what they should already know... 
 
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM    Town Band Concerts
 
Thursday August 1, 2019
7:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Rec Summer Camp - Early Drop Off - Late Pick Up
Hopkinton Rec Summer Camp is designed for: Campers Age 6 years (or have completed Kindergarten)-11 years CIT (Counselor-In-Training) Campers Age 12-15 IMPORTANT INFORMATION  Registrations:Registrations and payment MUST be done in advance by close of business (4:30pm) the Thursday before the week your child is to attend. Walk-ins WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.    Fees:Fees are set on a pay-per-week basis.  There are no discounts or reduced rates for campers who attend less days.  Transferring Fees:Weekly fees paid may be transferred if there is a need to switch weeks.  Please contact the Recreation Dept. by phone or email immediately if this need arises.  This MUST be done before the camper attends the needed week.   Medical Records:Copy of Camper and CIT (Counselor-in-Training) Immunization Records and most recent Physical must be submitted before your child can attend camp.  Please drop off at the Town Hall or Slusser Center (Rec. Office) or mail to: Recreation Dept., 330 Main Street, Hopkinton, NH  03229.  Please note that in most cases, this takes time to obtain.  Please DO NOT wait until the last minute! What Should Kids Bring To Camp?1.  Please remember to pack a lunch, 2 snacks, and drinks/water for your camper every day.  Please use a cooler with ice packs as there is no refrigerator available. 2.  Please pack a bathing suit and towel for your camper every day.  (There are planned and un-planned beach visits as well as games/activities that involve getting wet!).  Also, the camp staff cannot apply sunscreen to campers.  This should be done in advance at home and sending them with protective spray is advised.  Also, hats and swimming shirts are a fantastic idea!3.  Please pack sun screen & bug spray to be used as needed by your camper throughout the week.4.  Campers must wear (or bring) sneakers to camp each day.**note** please leave all electronics at home.  Our counselors will provide the entertainment!  Questions?: recreation@hopkinton-nh.gov or (603) 746-8263. 
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area - Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area
Come enjoy the many recreational opportunities at Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area47 Kimball Lake Dr. in Hopkintonopen: dawn to duskEnjoy: Great fishing off the dock or from a non-motorized boatKayak or canoe Kimball Lake (BYO)Enjoy a stroll along a 4.5 mile loop of the Hopkinton Village Greenway Trail Plan a family picnic Read a book on the porch or sit along the shore in an Adirondack chairRent a cabin for a birthday party, group meeting, family function or camping Just relax and enjoy the view!
 
8:30 AM - 4:00 PM    Rec Summer Camp - Youth Camper
Hopkinton Rec Summer Camp is designed for: Campers Age 6 years (or have completed Kindergarten)-11 years CIT (Counselor-In-Training) Campers Age 12-15 IMPORTANT INFORMATION  Registrations:Registrations and payment MUST be done in advance by close of business (4:30pm) the Thursday before the week your child is to attend. Walk-ins WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.    Fees:Fees are set on a pay-per-week basis.  There are no discounts or reduced rates for campers who attend less days.  Transferring Fees:Weekly fees paid may be transferred if there is a need to switch weeks.  Please contact the Recreation Dept. by phone or email immediately if this need arises.  This MUST be done before the camper attends the needed week.   Medical Records:Copy of Camper and CIT (Counselor-in-Training) Immunization Records and most recent Physical must be submitted before your child can attend camp.  Please drop off at the Town Hall or Slusser Center (Rec. Office) or mail to: Recreation Dept., 330 Main Street, Hopkinton, NH  03229.  Please note that in most cases, this takes time to obtain.  Please DO NOT wait until the last minute! What Should Kids Bring To Camp?1.  Please remember to pack a lunch, 2 snacks, and drinks/water for your camper every day.  Please use a cooler with ice packs as there is no refrigerator available. 2.  Please pack a bathing suit and towel for your camper every day.  (There are planned and un-planned beach visits as well as games/activities that involve getting wet!).  Also, the camp staff cannot apply sunscreen to campers.  This should be done in advance at home and sending them with protective spray is advised.  Also, hats and swimming shirts are a fantastic idea!3.  Please pack sun screen & bug spray to be used as needed by your camper throughout the week.4.  Campers must wear (or bring) sneakers to camp each day.**note** please leave all electronics at home.  Our counselors will provide the entertainment!  Questions?: recreation@hopkinton-nh.gov or (603) 746-8263. 
 
8:30 AM - 4:00 PM    Rec Summer Camp - CIT Camper (Counselor In Training)
Hopkinton Rec Summer Camp is designed for: Campers Age 6 years (or have completed Kindergarten)-11 years CIT (Counselor-In-Training) Campers Age 12-15 IMPORTANT INFORMATION  Registrations:Registrations and payment MUST be done in advance by close of business (4:30pm) the Thursday before the week your child is to attend. Walk-ins WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.    Fees:Fees are set on a pay-per-week basis.  There are no discounts or reduced rates for campers who attend less days.  Transferring Fees:Weekly fees paid may be transferred if there is a need to switch weeks.  Please contact the Recreation Dept. by phone or email immediately if this need arises.  This MUST be done before the camper attends the needed week.   Medical Records:Copy of Camper and CIT (Counselor-in-Training) Immunization Records and most recent Physical must be submitted before your child can attend camp.  Please drop off at the Town Hall or Slusser Center (Rec. Office) or mail to: Recreation Dept., 330 Main Street, Hopkinton, NH  03229.  Please note that in most cases, this takes time to obtain.  Please DO NOT wait until the last minute! What Should Kids Bring To Camp?1.  Please remember to pack a lunch, 2 snacks, and drinks/water for your camper every day.  Please use a cooler with ice packs as there is no refrigerator available. 2.  Please pack a bathing suit and towel for your camper every day.  (There are planned and un-planned beach visits as well as games/activities that involve getting wet!).  Also, the camp staff cannot apply sunscreen to campers.  This should be done in advance at home and sending them with protective spray is advised.  Also, hats and swimming shirts are a fantastic idea!3.  Please pack sun screen & bug spray to be used as needed by your camper throughout the week.4.  Campers must wear (or bring) sneakers to camp each day.**note** please leave all electronics at home.  Our counselors will provide the entertainment!  Questions?: recreation@hopkinton-nh.gov or (603) 746-8263. 
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Strong Living 50+ Programs - Strong Living 50+ Programs
Intermediate Line Dancing Mon & Wed 10 amThe Intermediate Line Dancing group meets from 10:00-11:30 am on Mondays & Wednesdays in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a fun class to work on your skills in the art of line dancing!There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please come just before 10:00 am on a Monday or Wednesday.  Strength Exercises Tues & Thurs 9-10 amStrength Exercise is a non-aerobic program at the Slusser Center designed for seniors to strengthen bones and improve balance, thereby helping seniors to maintain their independence. Included in the program are exercise routines using ankle weights and hand weights, as well as stretching and balance exercises. Increasing weight adds to the intensity of the program. Participants are encouraged to increase ankle and hand weights gradually or whenever they feel it is possible. Seniors age 50+ of all ability levels are welcome. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.Any senior age 50+ who wants to join the Strength Exercise Classes, please come and speak with the instructor, Gloria Symonds, on a Tuesday or Thursday just before 9:00 am. Strength & Balance Mon & Wed 3-4 pmThe Strength and Balance Exercise Class meets every Monday and Wednesday from 3:00-4:00 pm at the Slusser Center. The class provides weight training, stretching, and balance exercises which will provide a foundation for increased quality of life for our seniors and a place to be encouraged to become stronger individuals.The program is based on the former Strong Living program developed by Tufts University. The program consists of a series of lower body, core, and upper body exercises. The leader monitors the form of the participants and provides correction if necessary. Each participant determines the amount of weight lifted and is encouraged by the leader to increase weights within his or her ability.There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please speak with the leader, Judy Sanborn, just before 3:00 pm on a Monday or Wednesday.  Chair Yoga Mon and Fri 9-10 amChair Yoga meets in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a gentle, chair based yoga for any level. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted. To join this class, please come and speak with the instructor just before 9:00 am on a Monday or Friday.
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Senior Daytime Activities - Senior Daytime Activities
Join us Monday - Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm at the Slusser Center for a variety of Senior activities!  (ages 50+) Strength & Balance Exercises (Mon & Wed 3-4 pm) Strength Exercises (Tues & Thurs 9-10 am) Free Blood Pressure Checks (Wed 11:30 am-12 pm) Senior Lunch (Wed 12-1 pm) $4 donation suggested  Intermediate Line Dancing (Mon & Wed 10-11:30 am) Knitting Group (Tues 1:30 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Quilting Group (Thurs 10 am-4 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Cribbage (Tues 1-3:30 pm - Free)Learn to Play Cribbage (call the Rec Dept. at 746-8263 and we will set up a private lesson!) Bingo (1st and 3rd Fri 1-3 pm) Scrabble (Wednesdays 1-3 pm) Card Making (Wed 12:45 pm & Fri 1 pm usually 2nd week of the month) Mah Jongg Games (every Fri 1-3 pm) Memoirs Class (every other Tuesday 12:15-1:15 pm - No Classes in July and August) VNA Health Clinic (1st Thurs 10 am-1 pm) Call Nurse ahead for appointment, at 410-9953. $10 suggested donation. Crocheting Program (Thursdays 1:30 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Lessons available!We also have Adult activities! (ages 18+)  Beginner Tai Chi Class (Thurs 6-7 pm)  Tai Chi Group (Tues 6-8 pm, Sat 8:30-10:30 am) Community Scrapbooking & Crafts Club (2nd Fri 7-9 pm, 4th Sunday 1:30-5 pm)Sit and Sew (4th Saturday of the month 11 am-4 pm)Adult Strength and Balance Classes (Mon & Fri 5-6 pm)Some activities have space limitations so pre-registering is required.Call Slusser Center at 746-8265.   
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Soccer Club Camp
 
4:30 PM - 5:00 PM    Swimming Lessons - Red Cross Learn-To-Swim Program - Level 4 & 5 - Stroke Improvement & Refinement
Level 1-3 lessons will be available in the mornings and evenings geared for ages 4+We also offer a Parent/Child Aquatics Class during the morning for age 3 and under with parent in the water.All swim lessons will be offered at Kimball Pond. Cost is $50/resident or $60/non-resident per two-week session. Class size will be limited according to swim level. Lessons are scheduled Monday through Thursday (with a make up rain date of Friday). Note that there is no swim lesson on July 4th, so that week's swim lesson will  include Friday.Day one and the second Thursday of each session will be skills assessment days. Lessons will only be canceled if thunder/lightning is present. We will post on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/KimballPond if lessons will be cancelled. For your child’s safety, we ask that there is a responsible adult present during all your child’s swimming lessons.PARENTS:  If you are not sure what level your child should be placed in, click the link below and look at the level descriptions.  Remember, the descriptions indicate what will be taught in the class, not what they should already know... 
 
5:05 PM - 5:35 PM    Swimming Lessons - Red Cross Learn-To-Swim Program - Level 2 - Fundamental Aquatic Skills
Level 1-3 lessons will be available in the mornings and evenings geared for ages 4+We also offer a Parent/Child Aquatics Class during the morning for age 3 and under with parent in the water.All swim lessons will be offered at Kimball Pond. Cost is $50/resident or $60/non-resident per two-week session. Class size will be limited according to swim level. Lessons are scheduled Monday through Thursday (with a make up rain date of Friday). Note that there is no swim lesson on July 4th, so that week's swim lesson will  include Friday.Day one and the second Thursday of each session will be skills assessment days. Lessons will only be canceled if thunder/lightning is present. We will post on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/KimballPond if lessons will be cancelled. For your child’s safety, we ask that there is a responsible adult present during all your child’s swimming lessons.PARENTS:  If you are not sure what level your child should be placed in, click the link below and look at the level descriptions.  Remember, the descriptions indicate what will be taught in the class, not what they should already know... 
 
5:30 PM - 8:00 PM    Soccer Club Games
 
5:40 PM - 6:10 PM    Swimming Lessons - Red Cross Learn-To-Swim Program - Level 3 - Stroke Development
Level 1-3 lessons will be available in the mornings and evenings geared for ages 4+We also offer a Parent/Child Aquatics Class during the morning for age 3 and under with parent in the water.All swim lessons will be offered at Kimball Pond. Cost is $50/resident or $60/non-resident per two-week session. Class size will be limited according to swim level. Lessons are scheduled Monday through Thursday (with a make up rain date of Friday). Note that there is no swim lesson on July 4th, so that week's swim lesson will  include Friday.Day one and the second Thursday of each session will be skills assessment days. Lessons will only be canceled if thunder/lightning is present. We will post on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/KimballPond if lessons will be cancelled. For your child’s safety, we ask that there is a responsible adult present during all your child’s swimming lessons.PARENTS:  If you are not sure what level your child should be placed in, click the link below and look at the level descriptions.  Remember, the descriptions indicate what will be taught in the class, not what they should already know... 
 
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Tai Chi Classes - Beginner Tai Chi (Thurs 2015)
Beginner Tai Chi Class: Meets on Thursdays from 6:00-7:00 PM.Experienced Tai Chi Classes: Meet on Tuesdays from 6:00-8:00 PM, and on Saturdays from 8:30-10:30 AM.All Tai Chi Classes are held in the Exercise Room on the lower level of the Slusser Center.There is a fee of $7.50 per class.Come just before class time to sign up with the instructor.
 
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Women's Pick-up Soccer - Women's Pickup Soccer
Join us on Thursdays at 6 pm for Women's Pick-up Soccer.  All women 18+ are invited to attend.This 6 week program runs July 18-August 29 at the Park Avenue field (539 Park Ave.)Safety equipment is needed - bring a mouth guard and shin pads. This is a free activity for Hopkinton and Contoocook residents.  Non-residents pay $10.  Everyone needs to register in advance.
 
6:15 PM - 6:35 PM    Swimming Lessons - Red Cross Learn-To-Swim Program - Level 1 - Introduction to Water Skills
Level 1-3 lessons will be available in the mornings and evenings geared for ages 4+We also offer a Parent/Child Aquatics Class during the morning for age 3 and under with parent in the water.All swim lessons will be offered at Kimball Pond. Cost is $50/resident or $60/non-resident per two-week session. Class size will be limited according to swim level. Lessons are scheduled Monday through Thursday (with a make up rain date of Friday). Note that there is no swim lesson on July 4th, so that week's swim lesson will  include Friday.Day one and the second Thursday of each session will be skills assessment days. Lessons will only be canceled if thunder/lightning is present. We will post on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/KimballPond if lessons will be cancelled. For your child’s safety, we ask that there is a responsible adult present during all your child’s swimming lessons.PARENTS:  If you are not sure what level your child should be placed in, click the link below and look at the level descriptions.  Remember, the descriptions indicate what will be taught in the class, not what they should already know... 
 
Friday August 2, 2019
7:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Rec Summer Camp - Early Drop Off - Late Pick Up
Hopkinton Rec Summer Camp is designed for: Campers Age 6 years (or have completed Kindergarten)-11 years CIT (Counselor-In-Training) Campers Age 12-15 IMPORTANT INFORMATION  Registrations:Registrations and payment MUST be done in advance by close of business (4:30pm) the Thursday before the week your child is to attend. Walk-ins WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.    Fees:Fees are set on a pay-per-week basis.  There are no discounts or reduced rates for campers who attend less days.  Transferring Fees:Weekly fees paid may be transferred if there is a need to switch weeks.  Please contact the Recreation Dept. by phone or email immediately if this need arises.  This MUST be done before the camper attends the needed week.   Medical Records:Copy of Camper and CIT (Counselor-in-Training) Immunization Records and most recent Physical must be submitted before your child can attend camp.  Please drop off at the Town Hall or Slusser Center (Rec. Office) or mail to: Recreation Dept., 330 Main Street, Hopkinton, NH  03229.  Please note that in most cases, this takes time to obtain.  Please DO NOT wait until the last minute! What Should Kids Bring To Camp?1.  Please remember to pack a lunch, 2 snacks, and drinks/water for your camper every day.  Please use a cooler with ice packs as there is no refrigerator available. 2.  Please pack a bathing suit and towel for your camper every day.  (There are planned and un-planned beach visits as well as games/activities that involve getting wet!).  Also, the camp staff cannot apply sunscreen to campers.  This should be done in advance at home and sending them with protective spray is advised.  Also, hats and swimming shirts are a fantastic idea!3.  Please pack sun screen & bug spray to be used as needed by your camper throughout the week.4.  Campers must wear (or bring) sneakers to camp each day.**note** please leave all electronics at home.  Our counselors will provide the entertainment!  Questions?: recreation@hopkinton-nh.gov or (603) 746-8263. 
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area - Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area
Come enjoy the many recreational opportunities at Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area47 Kimball Lake Dr. in Hopkintonopen: dawn to duskEnjoy: Great fishing off the dock or from a non-motorized boatKayak or canoe Kimball Lake (BYO)Enjoy a stroll along a 4.5 mile loop of the Hopkinton Village Greenway Trail Plan a family picnic Read a book on the porch or sit along the shore in an Adirondack chairRent a cabin for a birthday party, group meeting, family function or camping Just relax and enjoy the view!
 
8:30 AM - 4:00 PM    Rec Summer Camp - Youth Camper
Hopkinton Rec Summer Camp is designed for: Campers Age 6 years (or have completed Kindergarten)-11 years CIT (Counselor-In-Training) Campers Age 12-15 IMPORTANT INFORMATION  Registrations:Registrations and payment MUST be done in advance by close of business (4:30pm) the Thursday before the week your child is to attend. Walk-ins WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.    Fees:Fees are set on a pay-per-week basis.  There are no discounts or reduced rates for campers who attend less days.  Transferring Fees:Weekly fees paid may be transferred if there is a need to switch weeks.  Please contact the Recreation Dept. by phone or email immediately if this need arises.  This MUST be done before the camper attends the needed week.   Medical Records:Copy of Camper and CIT (Counselor-in-Training) Immunization Records and most recent Physical must be submitted before your child can attend camp.  Please drop off at the Town Hall or Slusser Center (Rec. Office) or mail to: Recreation Dept., 330 Main Street, Hopkinton, NH  03229.  Please note that in most cases, this takes time to obtain.  Please DO NOT wait until the last minute! What Should Kids Bring To Camp?1.  Please remember to pack a lunch, 2 snacks, and drinks/water for your camper every day.  Please use a cooler with ice packs as there is no refrigerator available. 2.  Please pack a bathing suit and towel for your camper every day.  (There are planned and un-planned beach visits as well as games/activities that involve getting wet!).  Also, the camp staff cannot apply sunscreen to campers.  This should be done in advance at home and sending them with protective spray is advised.  Also, hats and swimming shirts are a fantastic idea!3.  Please pack sun screen & bug spray to be used as needed by your camper throughout the week.4.  Campers must wear (or bring) sneakers to camp each day.**note** please leave all electronics at home.  Our counselors will provide the entertainment!  Questions?: recreation@hopkinton-nh.gov or (603) 746-8263. 
 
8:30 AM - 4:00 PM    Rec Summer Camp - CIT Camper (Counselor In Training)
Hopkinton Rec Summer Camp is designed for: Campers Age 6 years (or have completed Kindergarten)-11 years CIT (Counselor-In-Training) Campers Age 12-15 IMPORTANT INFORMATION  Registrations:Registrations and payment MUST be done in advance by close of business (4:30pm) the Thursday before the week your child is to attend. Walk-ins WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.    Fees:Fees are set on a pay-per-week basis.  There are no discounts or reduced rates for campers who attend less days.  Transferring Fees:Weekly fees paid may be transferred if there is a need to switch weeks.  Please contact the Recreation Dept. by phone or email immediately if this need arises.  This MUST be done before the camper attends the needed week.   Medical Records:Copy of Camper and CIT (Counselor-in-Training) Immunization Records and most recent Physical must be submitted before your child can attend camp.  Please drop off at the Town Hall or Slusser Center (Rec. Office) or mail to: Recreation Dept., 330 Main Street, Hopkinton, NH  03229.  Please note that in most cases, this takes time to obtain.  Please DO NOT wait until the last minute! What Should Kids Bring To Camp?1.  Please remember to pack a lunch, 2 snacks, and drinks/water for your camper every day.  Please use a cooler with ice packs as there is no refrigerator available. 2.  Please pack a bathing suit and towel for your camper every day.  (There are planned and un-planned beach visits as well as games/activities that involve getting wet!).  Also, the camp staff cannot apply sunscreen to campers.  This should be done in advance at home and sending them with protective spray is advised.  Also, hats and swimming shirts are a fantastic idea!3.  Please pack sun screen & bug spray to be used as needed by your camper throughout the week.4.  Campers must wear (or bring) sneakers to camp each day.**note** please leave all electronics at home.  Our counselors will provide the entertainment!  Questions?: recreation@hopkinton-nh.gov or (603) 746-8263. 
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Strong Living 50+ Programs - Strong Living 50+ Programs
Intermediate Line Dancing Mon & Wed 10 amThe Intermediate Line Dancing group meets from 10:00-11:30 am on Mondays & Wednesdays in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a fun class to work on your skills in the art of line dancing!There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please come just before 10:00 am on a Monday or Wednesday.  Strength Exercises Tues & Thurs 9-10 amStrength Exercise is a non-aerobic program at the Slusser Center designed for seniors to strengthen bones and improve balance, thereby helping seniors to maintain their independence. Included in the program are exercise routines using ankle weights and hand weights, as well as stretching and balance exercises. Increasing weight adds to the intensity of the program. Participants are encouraged to increase ankle and hand weights gradually or whenever they feel it is possible. Seniors age 50+ of all ability levels are welcome. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.Any senior age 50+ who wants to join the Strength Exercise Classes, please come and speak with the instructor, Gloria Symonds, on a Tuesday or Thursday just before 9:00 am. Strength & Balance Mon & Wed 3-4 pmThe Strength and Balance Exercise Class meets every Monday and Wednesday from 3:00-4:00 pm at the Slusser Center. The class provides weight training, stretching, and balance exercises which will provide a foundation for increased quality of life for our seniors and a place to be encouraged to become stronger individuals.The program is based on the former Strong Living program developed by Tufts University. The program consists of a series of lower body, core, and upper body exercises. The leader monitors the form of the participants and provides correction if necessary. Each participant determines the amount of weight lifted and is encouraged by the leader to increase weights within his or her ability.There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please speak with the leader, Judy Sanborn, just before 3:00 pm on a Monday or Wednesday.  Chair Yoga Mon and Fri 9-10 amChair Yoga meets in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a gentle, chair based yoga for any level. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted. To join this class, please come and speak with the instructor just before 9:00 am on a Monday or Friday.
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Senior Daytime Activities - Senior Daytime Activities
Join us Monday - Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm at the Slusser Center for a variety of Senior activities!  (ages 50+) Strength & Balance Exercises (Mon & Wed 3-4 pm) Strength Exercises (Tues & Thurs 9-10 am) Free Blood Pressure Checks (Wed 11:30 am-12 pm) Senior Lunch (Wed 12-1 pm) $4 donation suggested  Intermediate Line Dancing (Mon & Wed 10-11:30 am) Knitting Group (Tues 1:30 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Quilting Group (Thurs 10 am-4 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Cribbage (Tues 1-3:30 pm - Free)Learn to Play Cribbage (call the Rec Dept. at 746-8263 and we will set up a private lesson!) Bingo (1st and 3rd Fri 1-3 pm) Scrabble (Wednesdays 1-3 pm) Card Making (Wed 12:45 pm & Fri 1 pm usually 2nd week of the month) Mah Jongg Games (every Fri 1-3 pm) Memoirs Class (every other Tuesday 12:15-1:15 pm - No Classes in July and August) VNA Health Clinic (1st Thurs 10 am-1 pm) Call Nurse ahead for appointment, at 410-9953. $10 suggested donation. Crocheting Program (Thursdays 1:30 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Lessons available!We also have Adult activities! (ages 18+)  Beginner Tai Chi Class (Thurs 6-7 pm)  Tai Chi Group (Tues 6-8 pm, Sat 8:30-10:30 am) Community Scrapbooking & Crafts Club (2nd Fri 7-9 pm, 4th Sunday 1:30-5 pm)Sit and Sew (4th Saturday of the month 11 am-4 pm)Adult Strength and Balance Classes (Mon & Fri 5-6 pm)Some activities have space limitations so pre-registering is required.Call Slusser Center at 746-8265.   
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Soccer Club Camp
 
Saturday August 3, 2019
8:00 AM - 2:00 PM    Farmer's Market
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area - Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area
Come enjoy the many recreational opportunities at Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area47 Kimball Lake Dr. in Hopkintonopen: dawn to duskEnjoy: Great fishing off the dock or from a non-motorized boatKayak or canoe Kimball Lake (BYO)Enjoy a stroll along a 4.5 mile loop of the Hopkinton Village Greenway Trail Plan a family picnic Read a book on the porch or sit along the shore in an Adirondack chairRent a cabin for a birthday party, group meeting, family function or camping Just relax and enjoy the view!
 
8:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Tai Chi Classes - Experienced Tai Chi (Sat 2015)
Beginner Tai Chi Class: Meets on Thursdays from 6:00-7:00 PM.Experienced Tai Chi Classes: Meet on Tuesdays from 6:00-8:00 PM, and on Saturdays from 8:30-10:30 AM.All Tai Chi Classes are held in the Exercise Room on the lower level of the Slusser Center.There is a fee of $7.50 per class.Come just before class time to sign up with the instructor.
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Soccer Club Games
 
Sunday August 4, 2019
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area - Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area
Come enjoy the many recreational opportunities at Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area47 Kimball Lake Dr. in Hopkintonopen: dawn to duskEnjoy: Great fishing off the dock or from a non-motorized boatKayak or canoe Kimball Lake (BYO)Enjoy a stroll along a 4.5 mile loop of the Hopkinton Village Greenway Trail Plan a family picnic Read a book on the porch or sit along the shore in an Adirondack chairRent a cabin for a birthday party, group meeting, family function or camping Just relax and enjoy the view!
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Soccer Club Games
 
Monday August 5, 2019
7:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Rec Summer Camp - Early Drop Off - Late Pick Up
Hopkinton Rec Summer Camp is designed for: Campers Age 6 years (or have completed Kindergarten)-11 years CIT (Counselor-In-Training) Campers Age 12-15 IMPORTANT INFORMATION  Registrations:Registrations and payment MUST be done in advance by close of business (4:30pm) the Thursday before the week your child is to attend. Walk-ins WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.    Fees:Fees are set on a pay-per-week basis.  There are no discounts or reduced rates for campers who attend less days.  Transferring Fees:Weekly fees paid may be transferred if there is a need to switch weeks.  Please contact the Recreation Dept. by phone or email immediately if this need arises.  This MUST be done before the camper attends the needed week.   Medical Records:Copy of Camper and CIT (Counselor-in-Training) Immunization Records and most recent Physical must be submitted before your child can attend camp.  Please drop off at the Town Hall or Slusser Center (Rec. Office) or mail to: Recreation Dept., 330 Main Street, Hopkinton, NH  03229.  Please note that in most cases, this takes time to obtain.  Please DO NOT wait until the last minute! What Should Kids Bring To Camp?1.  Please remember to pack a lunch, 2 snacks, and drinks/water for your camper every day.  Please use a cooler with ice packs as there is no refrigerator available. 2.  Please pack a bathing suit and towel for your camper every day.  (There are planned and un-planned beach visits as well as games/activities that involve getting wet!).  Also, the camp staff cannot apply sunscreen to campers.  This should be done in advance at home and sending them with protective spray is advised.  Also, hats and swimming shirts are a fantastic idea!3.  Please pack sun screen & bug spray to be used as needed by your camper throughout the week.4.  Campers must wear (or bring) sneakers to camp each day.**note** please leave all electronics at home.  Our counselors will provide the entertainment!  Questions?: recreation@hopkinton-nh.gov or (603) 746-8263. 
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area - Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area
Come enjoy the many recreational opportunities at Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area47 Kimball Lake Dr. in Hopkintonopen: dawn to duskEnjoy: Great fishing off the dock or from a non-motorized boatKayak or canoe Kimball Lake (BYO)Enjoy a stroll along a 4.5 mile loop of the Hopkinton Village Greenway Trail Plan a family picnic Read a book on the porch or sit along the shore in an Adirondack chairRent a cabin for a birthday party, group meeting, family function or camping Just relax and enjoy the view!
 
8:30 AM - 12:00 PM    Art Camp - Art Camp
Art Camp is designed to expose children entering 1st to 7th grade to several different art mediums while encouraging creativity and exploration. Projects include drawing, watercolor, painting, ceramics, printmaking, fiber arts, book arts, and mixed media. Camp staff include Lucy Mink-Covello and Kim Emerson. There is a $130.00 registration fee, which includes all art supplies.Dates: August 5-9thTime: 8:30-noonLocation: Maple Street School Art RoomClass will be separated into a younger aged group and an older aged group.
 
8:30 AM - 4:00 PM    Rec Summer Camp - Youth Camper
Hopkinton Rec Summer Camp is designed for: Campers Age 6 years (or have completed Kindergarten)-11 years CIT (Counselor-In-Training) Campers Age 12-15 IMPORTANT INFORMATION  Registrations:Registrations and payment MUST be done in advance by close of business (4:30pm) the Thursday before the week your child is to attend. Walk-ins WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.    Fees:Fees are set on a pay-per-week basis.  There are no discounts or reduced rates for campers who attend less days.  Transferring Fees:Weekly fees paid may be transferred if there is a need to switch weeks.  Please contact the Recreation Dept. by phone or email immediately if this need arises.  This MUST be done before the camper attends the needed week.   Medical Records:Copy of Camper and CIT (Counselor-in-Training) Immunization Records and most recent Physical must be submitted before your child can attend camp.  Please drop off at the Town Hall or Slusser Center (Rec. Office) or mail to: Recreation Dept., 330 Main Street, Hopkinton, NH  03229.  Please note that in most cases, this takes time to obtain.  Please DO NOT wait until the last minute! What Should Kids Bring To Camp?1.  Please remember to pack a lunch, 2 snacks, and drinks/water for your camper every day.  Please use a cooler with ice packs as there is no refrigerator available. 2.  Please pack a bathing suit and towel for your camper every day.  (There are planned and un-planned beach visits as well as games/activities that involve getting wet!).  Also, the camp staff cannot apply sunscreen to campers.  This should be done in advance at home and sending them with protective spray is advised.  Also, hats and swimming shirts are a fantastic idea!3.  Please pack sun screen & bug spray to be used as needed by your camper throughout the week.4.  Campers must wear (or bring) sneakers to camp each day.**note** please leave all electronics at home.  Our counselors will provide the entertainment!  Questions?: recreation@hopkinton-nh.gov or (603) 746-8263. 
 
8:30 AM - 4:00 PM    Rec Summer Camp - CIT Camper (Counselor In Training)
Hopkinton Rec Summer Camp is designed for: Campers Age 6 years (or have completed Kindergarten)-11 years CIT (Counselor-In-Training) Campers Age 12-15 IMPORTANT INFORMATION  Registrations:Registrations and payment MUST be done in advance by close of business (4:30pm) the Thursday before the week your child is to attend. Walk-ins WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.    Fees:Fees are set on a pay-per-week basis.  There are no discounts or reduced rates for campers who attend less days.  Transferring Fees:Weekly fees paid may be transferred if there is a need to switch weeks.  Please contact the Recreation Dept. by phone or email immediately if this need arises.  This MUST be done before the camper attends the needed week.   Medical Records:Copy of Camper and CIT (Counselor-in-Training) Immunization Records and most recent Physical must be submitted before your child can attend camp.  Please drop off at the Town Hall or Slusser Center (Rec. Office) or mail to: Recreation Dept., 330 Main Street, Hopkinton, NH  03229.  Please note that in most cases, this takes time to obtain.  Please DO NOT wait until the last minute! What Should Kids Bring To Camp?1.  Please remember to pack a lunch, 2 snacks, and drinks/water for your camper every day.  Please use a cooler with ice packs as there is no refrigerator available. 2.  Please pack a bathing suit and towel for your camper every day.  (There are planned and un-planned beach visits as well as games/activities that involve getting wet!).  Also, the camp staff cannot apply sunscreen to campers.  This should be done in advance at home and sending them with protective spray is advised.  Also, hats and swimming shirts are a fantastic idea!3.  Please pack sun screen & bug spray to be used as needed by your camper throughout the week.4.  Campers must wear (or bring) sneakers to camp each day.**note** please leave all electronics at home.  Our counselors will provide the entertainment!  Questions?: recreation@hopkinton-nh.gov or (603) 746-8263. 
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Strong Living 50+ Programs - Strong Living 50+ Programs
Intermediate Line Dancing Mon & Wed 10 amThe Intermediate Line Dancing group meets from 10:00-11:30 am on Mondays & Wednesdays in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a fun class to work on your skills in the art of line dancing!There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please come just before 10:00 am on a Monday or Wednesday.  Strength Exercises Tues & Thurs 9-10 amStrength Exercise is a non-aerobic program at the Slusser Center designed for seniors to strengthen bones and improve balance, thereby helping seniors to maintain their independence. Included in the program are exercise routines using ankle weights and hand weights, as well as stretching and balance exercises. Increasing weight adds to the intensity of the program. Participants are encouraged to increase ankle and hand weights gradually or whenever they feel it is possible. Seniors age 50+ of all ability levels are welcome. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.Any senior age 50+ who wants to join the Strength Exercise Classes, please come and speak with the instructor, Gloria Symonds, on a Tuesday or Thursday just before 9:00 am. Strength & Balance Mon & Wed 3-4 pmThe Strength and Balance Exercise Class meets every Monday and Wednesday from 3:00-4:00 pm at the Slusser Center. The class provides weight training, stretching, and balance exercises which will provide a foundation for increased quality of life for our seniors and a place to be encouraged to become stronger individuals.The program is based on the former Strong Living program developed by Tufts University. The program consists of a series of lower body, core, and upper body exercises. The leader monitors the form of the participants and provides correction if necessary. Each participant determines the amount of weight lifted and is encouraged by the leader to increase weights within his or her ability.There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please speak with the leader, Judy Sanborn, just before 3:00 pm on a Monday or Wednesday.  Chair Yoga Mon and Fri 9-10 amChair Yoga meets in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a gentle, chair based yoga for any level. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted. To join this class, please come and speak with the instructor just before 9:00 am on a Monday or Friday.
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Senior Daytime Activities - Senior Daytime Activities
Join us Monday - Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm at the Slusser Center for a variety of Senior activities!  (ages 50+) Strength & Balance Exercises (Mon & Wed 3-4 pm) Strength Exercises (Tues & Thurs 9-10 am) Free Blood Pressure Checks (Wed 11:30 am-12 pm) Senior Lunch (Wed 12-1 pm) $4 donation suggested  Intermediate Line Dancing (Mon & Wed 10-11:30 am) Knitting Group (Tues 1:30 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Quilting Group (Thurs 10 am-4 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Cribbage (Tues 1-3:30 pm - Free)Learn to Play Cribbage (call the Rec Dept. at 746-8263 and we will set up a private lesson!) Bingo (1st and 3rd Fri 1-3 pm) Scrabble (Wednesdays 1-3 pm) Card Making (Wed 12:45 pm & Fri 1 pm usually 2nd week of the month) Mah Jongg Games (every Fri 1-3 pm) Memoirs Class (every other Tuesday 12:15-1:15 pm - No Classes in July and August) VNA Health Clinic (1st Thurs 10 am-1 pm) Call Nurse ahead for appointment, at 410-9953. $10 suggested donation. Crocheting Program (Thursdays 1:30 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Lessons available!We also have Adult activities! (ages 18+)  Beginner Tai Chi Class (Thurs 6-7 pm)  Tai Chi Group (Tues 6-8 pm, Sat 8:30-10:30 am) Community Scrapbooking & Crafts Club (2nd Fri 7-9 pm, 4th Sunday 1:30-5 pm)Sit and Sew (4th Saturday of the month 11 am-4 pm)Adult Strength and Balance Classes (Mon & Fri 5-6 pm)Some activities have space limitations so pre-registering is required.Call Slusser Center at 746-8265.   
 
10:00 AM - 2:30 PM    Rec Summer Camp - Optional Swim Lesson
Hopkinton Rec Summer Camp is designed for: Campers Age 6 years (or have completed Kindergarten)-11 years CIT (Counselor-In-Training) Campers Age 12-15 IMPORTANT INFORMATION  Registrations:Registrations and payment MUST be done in advance by close of business (4:30pm) the Thursday before the week your child is to attend. Walk-ins WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.    Fees:Fees are set on a pay-per-week basis.  There are no discounts or reduced rates for campers who attend less days.  Transferring Fees:Weekly fees paid may be transferred if there is a need to switch weeks.  Please contact the Recreation Dept. by phone or email immediately if this need arises.  This MUST be done before the camper attends the needed week.   Medical Records:Copy of Camper and CIT (Counselor-in-Training) Immunization Records and most recent Physical must be submitted before your child can attend camp.  Please drop off at the Town Hall or Slusser Center (Rec. Office) or mail to: Recreation Dept., 330 Main Street, Hopkinton, NH  03229.  Please note that in most cases, this takes time to obtain.  Please DO NOT wait until the last minute! What Should Kids Bring To Camp?1.  Please remember to pack a lunch, 2 snacks, and drinks/water for your camper every day.  Please use a cooler with ice packs as there is no refrigerator available. 2.  Please pack a bathing suit and towel for your camper every day.  (There are planned and un-planned beach visits as well as games/activities that involve getting wet!).  Also, the camp staff cannot apply sunscreen to campers.  This should be done in advance at home and sending them with protective spray is advised.  Also, hats and swimming shirts are a fantastic idea!3.  Please pack sun screen & bug spray to be used as needed by your camper throughout the week.4.  Campers must wear (or bring) sneakers to camp each day.**note** please leave all electronics at home.  Our counselors will provide the entertainment!  Questions?: recreation@hopkinton-nh.gov or (603) 746-8263. 
 
4:30 PM - 5:00 PM    Swimming Lessons - Red Cross Learn-To-Swim Program - Level 4 & 5 - Stroke Improvement & Refinement
Level 1-3 lessons will be available in the mornings and evenings geared for ages 4+We also offer a Parent/Child Aquatics Class during the morning for age 3 and under with parent in the water.All swim lessons will be offered at Kimball Pond. Cost is $50/resident or $60/non-resident per two-week session. Class size will be limited according to swim level. Lessons are scheduled Monday through Thursday (with a make up rain date of Friday). Note that there is no swim lesson on July 4th, so that week's swim lesson will  include Friday.Day one and the second Thursday of each session will be skills assessment days. Lessons will only be canceled if thunder/lightning is present. We will post on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/KimballPond if lessons will be cancelled. For your child’s safety, we ask that there is a responsible adult present during all your child’s swimming lessons.PARENTS:  If you are not sure what level your child should be placed in, click the link below and look at the level descriptions.  Remember, the descriptions indicate what will be taught in the class, not what they should already know... 
 
5:05 PM - 5:35 PM    Swimming Lessons - Red Cross Learn-To-Swim Program - Level 2 - Fundamental Aquatic Skills
Level 1-3 lessons will be available in the mornings and evenings geared for ages 4+We also offer a Parent/Child Aquatics Class during the morning for age 3 and under with parent in the water.All swim lessons will be offered at Kimball Pond. Cost is $50/resident or $60/non-resident per two-week session. Class size will be limited according to swim level. Lessons are scheduled Monday through Thursday (with a make up rain date of Friday). Note that there is no swim lesson on July 4th, so that week's swim lesson will  include Friday.Day one and the second Thursday of each session will be skills assessment days. Lessons will only be canceled if thunder/lightning is present. We will post on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/KimballPond if lessons will be cancelled. For your child’s safety, we ask that there is a responsible adult present during all your child’s swimming lessons.PARENTS:  If you are not sure what level your child should be placed in, click the link below and look at the level descriptions.  Remember, the descriptions indicate what will be taught in the class, not what they should already know... 
 
5:40 PM - 6:10 PM    Swimming Lessons - Red Cross Learn-To-Swim Program - Level 3 - Stroke Development
Level 1-3 lessons will be available in the mornings and evenings geared for ages 4+We also offer a Parent/Child Aquatics Class during the morning for age 3 and under with parent in the water.All swim lessons will be offered at Kimball Pond. Cost is $50/resident or $60/non-resident per two-week session. Class size will be limited according to swim level. Lessons are scheduled Monday through Thursday (with a make up rain date of Friday). Note that there is no swim lesson on July 4th, so that week's swim lesson will  include Friday.Day one and the second Thursday of each session will be skills assessment days. Lessons will only be canceled if thunder/lightning is present. We will post on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/KimballPond if lessons will be cancelled. For your child’s safety, we ask that there is a responsible adult present during all your child’s swimming lessons.PARENTS:  If you are not sure what level your child should be placed in, click the link below and look at the level descriptions.  Remember, the descriptions indicate what will be taught in the class, not what they should already know... 
 
6:15 PM - 6:35 PM    Swimming Lessons - Red Cross Learn-To-Swim Program - Level 1 - Introduction to Water Skills
Level 1-3 lessons will be available in the mornings and evenings geared for ages 4+We also offer a Parent/Child Aquatics Class during the morning for age 3 and under with parent in the water.All swim lessons will be offered at Kimball Pond. Cost is $50/resident or $60/non-resident per two-week session. Class size will be limited according to swim level. Lessons are scheduled Monday through Thursday (with a make up rain date of Friday). Note that there is no swim lesson on July 4th, so that week's swim lesson will  include Friday.Day one and the second Thursday of each session will be skills assessment days. Lessons will only be canceled if thunder/lightning is present. We will post on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/KimballPond if lessons will be cancelled. For your child’s safety, we ask that there is a responsible adult present during all your child’s swimming lessons.PARENTS:  If you are not sure what level your child should be placed in, click the link below and look at the level descriptions.  Remember, the descriptions indicate what will be taught in the class, not what they should already know... 
 
Tuesday August 6, 2019
7:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Rec Summer Camp - Early Drop Off - Late Pick Up
Hopkinton Rec Summer Camp is designed for: Campers Age 6 years (or have completed Kindergarten)-11 years CIT (Counselor-In-Training) Campers Age 12-15 IMPORTANT INFORMATION  Registrations:Registrations and payment MUST be done in advance by close of business (4:30pm) the Thursday before the week your child is to attend. Walk-ins WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.    Fees:Fees are set on a pay-per-week basis.  There are no discounts or reduced rates for campers who attend less days.  Transferring Fees:Weekly fees paid may be transferred if there is a need to switch weeks.  Please contact the Recreation Dept. by phone or email immediately if this need arises.  This MUST be done before the camper attends the needed week.   Medical Records:Copy of Camper and CIT (Counselor-in-Training) Immunization Records and most recent Physical must be submitted before your child can attend camp.  Please drop off at the Town Hall or Slusser Center (Rec. Office) or mail to: Recreation Dept., 330 Main Street, Hopkinton, NH  03229.  Please note that in most cases, this takes time to obtain.  Please DO NOT wait until the last minute! What Should Kids Bring To Camp?1.  Please remember to pack a lunch, 2 snacks, and drinks/water for your camper every day.  Please use a cooler with ice packs as there is no refrigerator available. 2.  Please pack a bathing suit and towel for your camper every day.  (There are planned and un-planned beach visits as well as games/activities that involve getting wet!).  Also, the camp staff cannot apply sunscreen to campers.  This should be done in advance at home and sending them with protective spray is advised.  Also, hats and swimming shirts are a fantastic idea!3.  Please pack sun screen & bug spray to be used as needed by your camper throughout the week.4.  Campers must wear (or bring) sneakers to camp each day.**note** please leave all electronics at home.  Our counselors will provide the entertainment!  Questions?: recreation@hopkinton-nh.gov or (603) 746-8263. 
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area - Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area
Come enjoy the many recreational opportunities at Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area47 Kimball Lake Dr. in Hopkintonopen: dawn to duskEnjoy: Great fishing off the dock or from a non-motorized boatKayak or canoe Kimball Lake (BYO)Enjoy a stroll along a 4.5 mile loop of the Hopkinton Village Greenway Trail Plan a family picnic Read a book on the porch or sit along the shore in an Adirondack chairRent a cabin for a birthday party, group meeting, family function or camping Just relax and enjoy the view!
 
8:30 AM - 12:00 PM    Art Camp - Art Camp
Art Camp is designed to expose children entering 1st to 7th grade to several different art mediums while encouraging creativity and exploration. Projects include drawing, watercolor, painting, ceramics, printmaking, fiber arts, book arts, and mixed media. Camp staff include Lucy Mink-Covello and Kim Emerson. There is a $130.00 registration fee, which includes all art supplies.Dates: August 5-9thTime: 8:30-noonLocation: Maple Street School Art RoomClass will be separated into a younger aged group and an older aged group.
 
8:30 AM - 4:00 PM    Rec Summer Camp - Youth Camper
Hopkinton Rec Summer Camp is designed for: Campers Age 6 years (or have completed Kindergarten)-11 years CIT (Counselor-In-Training) Campers Age 12-15 IMPORTANT INFORMATION  Registrations:Registrations and payment MUST be done in advance by close of business (4:30pm) the Thursday before the week your child is to attend. Walk-ins WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.    Fees:Fees are set on a pay-per-week basis.  There are no discounts or reduced rates for campers who attend less days.  Transferring Fees:Weekly fees paid may be transferred if there is a need to switch weeks.  Please contact the Recreation Dept. by phone or email immediately if this need arises.  This MUST be done before the camper attends the needed week.   Medical Records:Copy of Camper and CIT (Counselor-in-Training) Immunization Records and most recent Physical must be submitted before your child can attend camp.  Please drop off at the Town Hall or Slusser Center (Rec. Office) or mail to: Recreation Dept., 330 Main Street, Hopkinton, NH  03229.  Please note that in most cases, this takes time to obtain.  Please DO NOT wait until the last minute! What Should Kids Bring To Camp?1.  Please remember to pack a lunch, 2 snacks, and drinks/water for your camper every day.  Please use a cooler with ice packs as there is no refrigerator available. 2.  Please pack a bathing suit and towel for your camper every day.  (There are planned and un-planned beach visits as well as games/activities that involve getting wet!).  Also, the camp staff cannot apply sunscreen to campers.  This should be done in advance at home and sending them with protective spray is advised.  Also, hats and swimming shirts are a fantastic idea!3.  Please pack sun screen & bug spray to be used as needed by your camper throughout the week.4.  Campers must wear (or bring) sneakers to camp each day.**note** please leave all electronics at home.  Our counselors will provide the entertainment!  Questions?: recreation@hopkinton-nh.gov or (603) 746-8263. 
 
8:30 AM - 4:00 PM    Rec Summer Camp - CIT Camper (Counselor In Training)
Hopkinton Rec Summer Camp is designed for: Campers Age 6 years (or have completed Kindergarten)-11 years CIT (Counselor-In-Training) Campers Age 12-15 IMPORTANT INFORMATION  Registrations:Registrations and payment MUST be done in advance by close of business (4:30pm) the Thursday before the week your child is to attend. Walk-ins WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.    Fees:Fees are set on a pay-per-week basis.  There are no discounts or reduced rates for campers who attend less days.  Transferring Fees:Weekly fees paid may be transferred if there is a need to switch weeks.  Please contact the Recreation Dept. by phone or email immediately if this need arises.  This MUST be done before the camper attends the needed week.   Medical Records:Copy of Camper and CIT (Counselor-in-Training) Immunization Records and most recent Physical must be submitted before your child can attend camp.  Please drop off at the Town Hall or Slusser Center (Rec. Office) or mail to: Recreation Dept., 330 Main Street, Hopkinton, NH  03229.  Please note that in most cases, this takes time to obtain.  Please DO NOT wait until the last minute! What Should Kids Bring To Camp?1.  Please remember to pack a lunch, 2 snacks, and drinks/water for your camper every day.  Please use a cooler with ice packs as there is no refrigerator available. 2.  Please pack a bathing suit and towel for your camper every day.  (There are planned and un-planned beach visits as well as games/activities that involve getting wet!).  Also, the camp staff cannot apply sunscreen to campers.  This should be done in advance at home and sending them with protective spray is advised.  Also, hats and swimming shirts are a fantastic idea!3.  Please pack sun screen & bug spray to be used as needed by your camper throughout the week.4.  Campers must wear (or bring) sneakers to camp each day.**note** please leave all electronics at home.  Our counselors will provide the entertainment!  Questions?: recreation@hopkinton-nh.gov or (603) 746-8263. 
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Strong Living 50+ Programs - Strong Living 50+ Programs
Intermediate Line Dancing Mon & Wed 10 amThe Intermediate Line Dancing group meets from 10:00-11:30 am on Mondays & Wednesdays in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a fun class to work on your skills in the art of line dancing!There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please come just before 10:00 am on a Monday or Wednesday.  Strength Exercises Tues & Thurs 9-10 amStrength Exercise is a non-aerobic program at the Slusser Center designed for seniors to strengthen bones and improve balance, thereby helping seniors to maintain their independence. Included in the program are exercise routines using ankle weights and hand weights, as well as stretching and balance exercises. Increasing weight adds to the intensity of the program. Participants are encouraged to increase ankle and hand weights gradually or whenever they feel it is possible. Seniors age 50+ of all ability levels are welcome. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.Any senior age 50+ who wants to join the Strength Exercise Classes, please come and speak with the instructor, Gloria Symonds, on a Tuesday or Thursday just before 9:00 am. Strength & Balance Mon & Wed 3-4 pmThe Strength and Balance Exercise Class meets every Monday and Wednesday from 3:00-4:00 pm at the Slusser Center. The class provides weight training, stretching, and balance exercises which will provide a foundation for increased quality of life for our seniors and a place to be encouraged to become stronger individuals.The program is based on the former Strong Living program developed by Tufts University. The program consists of a series of lower body, core, and upper body exercises. The leader monitors the form of the participants and provides correction if necessary. Each participant determines the amount of weight lifted and is encouraged by the leader to increase weights within his or her ability.There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please speak with the leader, Judy Sanborn, just before 3:00 pm on a Monday or Wednesday.  Chair Yoga Mon and Fri 9-10 amChair Yoga meets in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a gentle, chair based yoga for any level. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted. To join this class, please come and speak with the instructor just before 9:00 am on a Monday or Friday.
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Senior Daytime Activities - Senior Daytime Activities
Join us Monday - Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm at the Slusser Center for a variety of Senior activities!  (ages 50+) Strength & Balance Exercises (Mon & Wed 3-4 pm) Strength Exercises (Tues & Thurs 9-10 am) Free Blood Pressure Checks (Wed 11:30 am-12 pm) Senior Lunch (Wed 12-1 pm) $4 donation suggested  Intermediate Line Dancing (Mon & Wed 10-11:30 am) Knitting Group (Tues 1:30 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Quilting Group (Thurs 10 am-4 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Cribbage (Tues 1-3:30 pm - Free)Learn to Play Cribbage (call the Rec Dept. at 746-8263 and we will set up a private lesson!) Bingo (1st and 3rd Fri 1-3 pm) Scrabble (Wednesdays 1-3 pm) Card Making (Wed 12:45 pm & Fri 1 pm usually 2nd week of the month) Mah Jongg Games (every Fri 1-3 pm) Memoirs Class (every other Tuesday 12:15-1:15 pm - No Classes in July and August) VNA Health Clinic (1st Thurs 10 am-1 pm) Call Nurse ahead for appointment, at 410-9953. $10 suggested donation. Crocheting Program (Thursdays 1:30 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Lessons available!We also have Adult activities! (ages 18+)  Beginner Tai Chi Class (Thurs 6-7 pm)  Tai Chi Group (Tues 6-8 pm, Sat 8:30-10:30 am) Community Scrapbooking & Crafts Club (2nd Fri 7-9 pm, 4th Sunday 1:30-5 pm)Sit and Sew (4th Saturday of the month 11 am-4 pm)Adult Strength and Balance Classes (Mon & Fri 5-6 pm)Some activities have space limitations so pre-registering is required.Call Slusser Center at 746-8265.   
 
4:30 PM - 5:00 PM    Swimming Lessons - Red Cross Learn-To-Swim Program - Level 4 & 5 - Stroke Improvement & Refinement
Level 1-3 lessons will be available in the mornings and evenings geared for ages 4+We also offer a Parent/Child Aquatics Class during the morning for age 3 and under with parent in the water.All swim lessons will be offered at Kimball Pond. Cost is $50/resident or $60/non-resident per two-week session. Class size will be limited according to swim level. Lessons are scheduled Monday through Thursday (with a make up rain date of Friday). Note that there is no swim lesson on July 4th, so that week's swim lesson will  include Friday.Day one and the second Thursday of each session will be skills assessment days. Lessons will only be canceled if thunder/lightning is present. We will post on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/KimballPond if lessons will be cancelled. For your child’s safety, we ask that there is a responsible adult present during all your child’s swimming lessons.PARENTS:  If you are not sure what level your child should be placed in, click the link below and look at the level descriptions.  Remember, the descriptions indicate what will be taught in the class, not what they should already know... 
 
5:05 PM - 5:35 PM    Swimming Lessons - Red Cross Learn-To-Swim Program - Level 2 - Fundamental Aquatic Skills
Level 1-3 lessons will be available in the mornings and evenings geared for ages 4+We also offer a Parent/Child Aquatics Class during the morning for age 3 and under with parent in the water.All swim lessons will be offered at Kimball Pond. Cost is $50/resident or $60/non-resident per two-week session. Class size will be limited according to swim level. Lessons are scheduled Monday through Thursday (with a make up rain date of Friday). Note that there is no swim lesson on July 4th, so that week's swim lesson will  include Friday.Day one and the second Thursday of each session will be skills assessment days. Lessons will only be canceled if thunder/lightning is present. We will post on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/KimballPond if lessons will be cancelled. For your child’s safety, we ask that there is a responsible adult present during all your child’s swimming lessons.PARENTS:  If you are not sure what level your child should be placed in, click the link below and look at the level descriptions.  Remember, the descriptions indicate what will be taught in the class, not what they should already know... 
 
5:30 PM - 8:00 PM    Soccer Club Games
 
5:40 PM - 6:10 PM    Swimming Lessons - Red Cross Learn-To-Swim Program - Level 3 - Stroke Development
Level 1-3 lessons will be available in the mornings and evenings geared for ages 4+We also offer a Parent/Child Aquatics Class during the morning for age 3 and under with parent in the water.All swim lessons will be offered at Kimball Pond. Cost is $50/resident or $60/non-resident per two-week session. Class size will be limited according to swim level. Lessons are scheduled Monday through Thursday (with a make up rain date of Friday). Note that there is no swim lesson on July 4th, so that week's swim lesson will  include Friday.Day one and the second Thursday of each session will be skills assessment days. Lessons will only be canceled if thunder/lightning is present. We will post on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/KimballPond if lessons will be cancelled. For your child’s safety, we ask that there is a responsible adult present during all your child’s swimming lessons.PARENTS:  If you are not sure what level your child should be placed in, click the link below and look at the level descriptions.  Remember, the descriptions indicate what will be taught in the class, not what they should already know... 
 
5:45 PM - 7:15 PM    Girl Scout Meeting
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Tai Chi Classes - Experienced Tai Chi (Tue 2015)
Beginner Tai Chi Class: Meets on Thursdays from 6:00-7:00 PM.Experienced Tai Chi Classes: Meet on Tuesdays from 6:00-8:00 PM, and on Saturdays from 8:30-10:30 AM.All Tai Chi Classes are held in the Exercise Room on the lower level of the Slusser Center.There is a fee of $7.50 per class.Come just before class time to sign up with the instructor.
 
6:15 PM - 6:35 PM    Swimming Lessons - Red Cross Learn-To-Swim Program - Level 1 - Introduction to Water Skills
Level 1-3 lessons will be available in the mornings and evenings geared for ages 4+We also offer a Parent/Child Aquatics Class during the morning for age 3 and under with parent in the water.All swim lessons will be offered at Kimball Pond. Cost is $50/resident or $60/non-resident per two-week session. Class size will be limited according to swim level. Lessons are scheduled Monday through Thursday (with a make up rain date of Friday). Note that there is no swim lesson on July 4th, so that week's swim lesson will  include Friday.Day one and the second Thursday of each session will be skills assessment days. Lessons will only be canceled if thunder/lightning is present. We will post on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/KimballPond if lessons will be cancelled. For your child’s safety, we ask that there is a responsible adult present during all your child’s swimming lessons.PARENTS:  If you are not sure what level your child should be placed in, click the link below and look at the level descriptions.  Remember, the descriptions indicate what will be taught in the class, not what they should already know... 
 
Wednesday August 7, 2019
7:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Rec Summer Camp - Early Drop Off - Late Pick Up
Hopkinton Rec Summer Camp is designed for: Campers Age 6 years (or have completed Kindergarten)-11 years CIT (Counselor-In-Training) Campers Age 12-15 IMPORTANT INFORMATION  Registrations:Registrations and payment MUST be done in advance by close of business (4:30pm) the Thursday before the week your child is to attend. Walk-ins WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.    Fees:Fees are set on a pay-per-week basis.  There are no discounts or reduced rates for campers who attend less days.  Transferring Fees:Weekly fees paid may be transferred if there is a need to switch weeks.  Please contact the Recreation Dept. by phone or email immediately if this need arises.  This MUST be done before the camper attends the needed week.   Medical Records:Copy of Camper and CIT (Counselor-in-Training) Immunization Records and most recent Physical must be submitted before your child can attend camp.  Please drop off at the Town Hall or Slusser Center (Rec. Office) or mail to: Recreation Dept., 330 Main Street, Hopkinton, NH  03229.  Please note that in most cases, this takes time to obtain.  Please DO NOT wait until the last minute! What Should Kids Bring To Camp?1.  Please remember to pack a lunch, 2 snacks, and drinks/water for your camper every day.  Please use a cooler with ice packs as there is no refrigerator available. 2.  Please pack a bathing suit and towel for your camper every day.  (There are planned and un-planned beach visits as well as games/activities that involve getting wet!).  Also, the camp staff cannot apply sunscreen to campers.  This should be done in advance at home and sending them with protective spray is advised.  Also, hats and swimming shirts are a fantastic idea!3.  Please pack sun screen & bug spray to be used as needed by your camper throughout the week.4.  Campers must wear (or bring) sneakers to camp each day.**note** please leave all electronics at home.  Our counselors will provide the entertainment!  Questions?: recreation@hopkinton-nh.gov or (603) 746-8263. 
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area - Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area
Come enjoy the many recreational opportunities at Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area47 Kimball Lake Dr. in Hopkintonopen: dawn to duskEnjoy: Great fishing off the dock or from a non-motorized boatKayak or canoe Kimball Lake (BYO)Enjoy a stroll along a 4.5 mile loop of the Hopkinton Village Greenway Trail Plan a family picnic Read a book on the porch or sit along the shore in an Adirondack chairRent a cabin for a birthday party, group meeting, family function or camping Just relax and enjoy the view!
 
8:30 AM - 12:00 PM    Art Camp - Art Camp
Art Camp is designed to expose children entering 1st to 7th grade to several different art mediums while encouraging creativity and exploration. Projects include drawing, watercolor, painting, ceramics, printmaking, fiber arts, book arts, and mixed media. Camp staff include Lucy Mink-Covello and Kim Emerson. There is a $130.00 registration fee, which includes all art supplies.Dates: August 5-9thTime: 8:30-noonLocation: Maple Street School Art RoomClass will be separated into a younger aged group and an older aged group.
 
8:30 AM - 4:00 PM    Rec Summer Camp - Youth Camper
Hopkinton Rec Summer Camp is designed for: Campers Age 6 years (or have completed Kindergarten)-11 years CIT (Counselor-In-Training) Campers Age 12-15 IMPORTANT INFORMATION  Registrations:Registrations and payment MUST be done in advance by close of business (4:30pm) the Thursday before the week your child is to attend. Walk-ins WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.    Fees:Fees are set on a pay-per-week basis.  There are no discounts or reduced rates for campers who attend less days.  Transferring Fees:Weekly fees paid may be transferred if there is a need to switch weeks.  Please contact the Recreation Dept. by phone or email immediately if this need arises.  This MUST be done before the camper attends the needed week.   Medical Records:Copy of Camper and CIT (Counselor-in-Training) Immunization Records and most recent Physical must be submitted before your child can attend camp.  Please drop off at the Town Hall or Slusser Center (Rec. Office) or mail to: Recreation Dept., 330 Main Street, Hopkinton, NH  03229.  Please note that in most cases, this takes time to obtain.  Please DO NOT wait until the last minute! What Should Kids Bring To Camp?1.  Please remember to pack a lunch, 2 snacks, and drinks/water for your camper every day.  Please use a cooler with ice packs as there is no refrigerator available. 2.  Please pack a bathing suit and towel for your camper every day.  (There are planned and un-planned beach visits as well as games/activities that involve getting wet!).  Also, the camp staff cannot apply sunscreen to campers.  This should be done in advance at home and sending them with protective spray is advised.  Also, hats and swimming shirts are a fantastic idea!3.  Please pack sun screen & bug spray to be used as needed by your camper throughout the week.4.  Campers must wear (or bring) sneakers to camp each day.**note** please leave all electronics at home.  Our counselors will provide the entertainment!  Questions?: recreation@hopkinton-nh.gov or (603) 746-8263. 
 
8:30 AM - 4:00 PM    Rec Summer Camp - CIT Camper (Counselor In Training)
Hopkinton Rec Summer Camp is designed for: Campers Age 6 years (or have completed Kindergarten)-11 years CIT (Counselor-In-Training) Campers Age 12-15 IMPORTANT INFORMATION  Registrations:Registrations and payment MUST be done in advance by close of business (4:30pm) the Thursday before the week your child is to attend. Walk-ins WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.    Fees:Fees are set on a pay-per-week basis.  There are no discounts or reduced rates for campers who attend less days.  Transferring Fees:Weekly fees paid may be transferred if there is a need to switch weeks.  Please contact the Recreation Dept. by phone or email immediately if this need arises.  This MUST be done before the camper attends the needed week.   Medical Records:Copy of Camper and CIT (Counselor-in-Training) Immunization Records and most recent Physical must be submitted before your child can attend camp.  Please drop off at the Town Hall or Slusser Center (Rec. Office) or mail to: Recreation Dept., 330 Main Street, Hopkinton, NH  03229.  Please note that in most cases, this takes time to obtain.  Please DO NOT wait until the last minute! What Should Kids Bring To Camp?1.  Please remember to pack a lunch, 2 snacks, and drinks/water for your camper every day.  Please use a cooler with ice packs as there is no refrigerator available. 2.  Please pack a bathing suit and towel for your camper every day.  (There are planned and un-planned beach visits as well as games/activities that involve getting wet!).  Also, the camp staff cannot apply sunscreen to campers.  This should be done in advance at home and sending them with protective spray is advised.  Also, hats and swimming shirts are a fantastic idea!3.  Please pack sun screen & bug spray to be used as needed by your camper throughout the week.4.  Campers must wear (or bring) sneakers to camp each day.**note** please leave all electronics at home.  Our counselors will provide the entertainment!  Questions?: recreation@hopkinton-nh.gov or (603) 746-8263. 
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Strong Living 50+ Programs - Strong Living 50+ Programs
Intermediate Line Dancing Mon & Wed 10 amThe Intermediate Line Dancing group meets from 10:00-11:30 am on Mondays & Wednesdays in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a fun class to work on your skills in the art of line dancing!There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please come just before 10:00 am on a Monday or Wednesday.  Strength Exercises Tues & Thurs 9-10 amStrength Exercise is a non-aerobic program at the Slusser Center designed for seniors to strengthen bones and improve balance, thereby helping seniors to maintain their independence. Included in the program are exercise routines using ankle weights and hand weights, as well as stretching and balance exercises. Increasing weight adds to the intensity of the program. Participants are encouraged to increase ankle and hand weights gradually or whenever they feel it is possible. Seniors age 50+ of all ability levels are welcome. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.Any senior age 50+ who wants to join the Strength Exercise Classes, please come and speak with the instructor, Gloria Symonds, on a Tuesday or Thursday just before 9:00 am. Strength & Balance Mon & Wed 3-4 pmThe Strength and Balance Exercise Class meets every Monday and Wednesday from 3:00-4:00 pm at the Slusser Center. The class provides weight training, stretching, and balance exercises which will provide a foundation for increased quality of life for our seniors and a place to be encouraged to become stronger individuals.The program is based on the former Strong Living program developed by Tufts University. The program consists of a series of lower body, core, and upper body exercises. The leader monitors the form of the participants and provides correction if necessary. Each participant determines the amount of weight lifted and is encouraged by the leader to increase weights within his or her ability.There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please speak with the leader, Judy Sanborn, just before 3:00 pm on a Monday or Wednesday.  Chair Yoga Mon and Fri 9-10 amChair Yoga meets in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a gentle, chair based yoga for any level. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted. To join this class, please come and speak with the instructor just before 9:00 am on a Monday or Friday.
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Senior Daytime Activities - Senior Daytime Activities
Join us Monday - Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm at the Slusser Center for a variety of Senior activities!  (ages 50+) Strength & Balance Exercises (Mon & Wed 3-4 pm) Strength Exercises (Tues & Thurs 9-10 am) Free Blood Pressure Checks (Wed 11:30 am-12 pm) Senior Lunch (Wed 12-1 pm) $4 donation suggested  Intermediate Line Dancing (Mon & Wed 10-11:30 am) Knitting Group (Tues 1:30 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Quilting Group (Thurs 10 am-4 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Cribbage (Tues 1-3:30 pm - Free)Learn to Play Cribbage (call the Rec Dept. at 746-8263 and we will set up a private lesson!) Bingo (1st and 3rd Fri 1-3 pm) Scrabble (Wednesdays 1-3 pm) Card Making (Wed 12:45 pm & Fri 1 pm usually 2nd week of the month) Mah Jongg Games (every Fri 1-3 pm) Memoirs Class (every other Tuesday 12:15-1:15 pm - No Classes in July and August) VNA Health Clinic (1st Thurs 10 am-1 pm) Call Nurse ahead for appointment, at 410-9953. $10 suggested donation. Crocheting Program (Thursdays 1:30 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Lessons available!We also have Adult activities! (ages 18+)  Beginner Tai Chi Class (Thurs 6-7 pm)  Tai Chi Group (Tues 6-8 pm, Sat 8:30-10:30 am) Community Scrapbooking & Crafts Club (2nd Fri 7-9 pm, 4th Sunday 1:30-5 pm)Sit and Sew (4th Saturday of the month 11 am-4 pm)Adult Strength and Balance Classes (Mon & Fri 5-6 pm)Some activities have space limitations so pre-registering is required.Call Slusser Center at 746-8265.   
 
4:30 PM - 5:00 PM    Swimming Lessons - Red Cross Learn-To-Swim Program - Level 4 & 5 - Stroke Improvement & Refinement
Level 1-3 lessons will be available in the mornings and evenings geared for ages 4+We also offer a Parent/Child Aquatics Class during the morning for age 3 and under with parent in the water.All swim lessons will be offered at Kimball Pond. Cost is $50/resident or $60/non-resident per two-week session. Class size will be limited according to swim level. Lessons are scheduled Monday through Thursday (with a make up rain date of Friday). Note that there is no swim lesson on July 4th, so that week's swim lesson will  include Friday.Day one and the second Thursday of each session will be skills assessment days. Lessons will only be canceled if thunder/lightning is present. We will post on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/KimballPond if lessons will be cancelled. For your child’s safety, we ask that there is a responsible adult present during all your child’s swimming lessons.PARENTS:  If you are not sure what level your child should be placed in, click the link below and look at the level descriptions.  Remember, the descriptions indicate what will be taught in the class, not what they should already know... 
 
5:05 PM - 5:35 PM    Swimming Lessons - Red Cross Learn-To-Swim Program - Level 2 - Fundamental Aquatic Skills
Level 1-3 lessons will be available in the mornings and evenings geared for ages 4+We also offer a Parent/Child Aquatics Class during the morning for age 3 and under with parent in the water.All swim lessons will be offered at Kimball Pond. Cost is $50/resident or $60/non-resident per two-week session. Class size will be limited according to swim level. Lessons are scheduled Monday through Thursday (with a make up rain date of Friday). Note that there is no swim lesson on July 4th, so that week's swim lesson will  include Friday.Day one and the second Thursday of each session will be skills assessment days. Lessons will only be canceled if thunder/lightning is present. We will post on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/KimballPond if lessons will be cancelled. For your child’s safety, we ask that there is a responsible adult present during all your child’s swimming lessons.PARENTS:  If you are not sure what level your child should be placed in, click the link below and look at the level descriptions.  Remember, the descriptions indicate what will be taught in the class, not what they should already know... 
 
5:40 PM - 6:10 PM    Swimming Lessons - Red Cross Learn-To-Swim Program - Level 3 - Stroke Development
Level 1-3 lessons will be available in the mornings and evenings geared for ages 4+We also offer a Parent/Child Aquatics Class during the morning for age 3 and under with parent in the water.All swim lessons will be offered at Kimball Pond. Cost is $50/resident or $60/non-resident per two-week session. Class size will be limited according to swim level. Lessons are scheduled Monday through Thursday (with a make up rain date of Friday). Note that there is no swim lesson on July 4th, so that week's swim lesson will  include Friday.Day one and the second Thursday of each session will be skills assessment days. Lessons will only be canceled if thunder/lightning is present. We will post on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/KimballPond if lessons will be cancelled. For your child’s safety, we ask that there is a responsible adult present during all your child’s swimming lessons.PARENTS:  If you are not sure what level your child should be placed in, click the link below and look at the level descriptions.  Remember, the descriptions indicate what will be taught in the class, not what they should already know... 
 
6:15 PM - 6:35 PM    Swimming Lessons - Red Cross Learn-To-Swim Program - Level 1 - Introduction to Water Skills
Level 1-3 lessons will be available in the mornings and evenings geared for ages 4+We also offer a Parent/Child Aquatics Class during the morning for age 3 and under with parent in the water.All swim lessons will be offered at Kimball Pond. Cost is $50/resident or $60/non-resident per two-week session. Class size will be limited according to swim level. Lessons are scheduled Monday through Thursday (with a make up rain date of Friday). Note that there is no swim lesson on July 4th, so that week's swim lesson will  include Friday.Day one and the second Thursday of each session will be skills assessment days. Lessons will only be canceled if thunder/lightning is present. We will post on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/KimballPond if lessons will be cancelled. For your child’s safety, we ask that there is a responsible adult present during all your child’s swimming lessons.PARENTS:  If you are not sure what level your child should be placed in, click the link below and look at the level descriptions.  Remember, the descriptions indicate what will be taught in the class, not what they should already know... 
 
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM    Town Band Concerts
 
Thursday August 8, 2019
7:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Rec Summer Camp - Early Drop Off - Late Pick Up
Hopkinton Rec Summer Camp is designed for: Campers Age 6 years (or have completed Kindergarten)-11 years CIT (Counselor-In-Training) Campers Age 12-15 IMPORTANT INFORMATION  Registrations:Registrations and payment MUST be done in advance by close of business (4:30pm) the Thursday before the week your child is to attend. Walk-ins WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.    Fees:Fees are set on a pay-per-week basis.  There are no discounts or reduced rates for campers who attend less days.  Transferring Fees:Weekly fees paid may be transferred if there is a need to switch weeks.  Please contact the Recreation Dept. by phone or email immediately if this need arises.  This MUST be done before the camper attends the needed week.   Medical Records:Copy of Camper and CIT (Counselor-in-Training) Immunization Records and most recent Physical must be submitted before your child can attend camp.  Please drop off at the Town Hall or Slusser Center (Rec. Office) or mail to: Recreation Dept., 330 Main Street, Hopkinton, NH  03229.  Please note that in most cases, this takes time to obtain.  Please DO NOT wait until the last minute! What Should Kids Bring To Camp?1.  Please remember to pack a lunch, 2 snacks, and drinks/water for your camper every day.  Please use a cooler with ice packs as there is no refrigerator available. 2.  Please pack a bathing suit and towel for your camper every day.  (There are planned and un-planned beach visits as well as games/activities that involve getting wet!).  Also, the camp staff cannot apply sunscreen to campers.  This should be done in advance at home and sending them with protective spray is advised.  Also, hats and swimming shirts are a fantastic idea!3.  Please pack sun screen & bug spray to be used as needed by your camper throughout the week.4.  Campers must wear (or bring) sneakers to camp each day.**note** please leave all electronics at home.  Our counselors will provide the entertainment!  Questions?: recreation@hopkinton-nh.gov or (603) 746-8263. 
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area - Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area
Come enjoy the many recreational opportunities at Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area47 Kimball Lake Dr. in Hopkintonopen: dawn to duskEnjoy: Great fishing off the dock or from a non-motorized boatKayak or canoe Kimball Lake (BYO)Enjoy a stroll along a 4.5 mile loop of the Hopkinton Village Greenway Trail Plan a family picnic Read a book on the porch or sit along the shore in an Adirondack chairRent a cabin for a birthday party, group meeting, family function or camping Just relax and enjoy the view!
 
8:30 AM - 12:00 PM    Art Camp - Art Camp
Art Camp is designed to expose children entering 1st to 7th grade to several different art mediums while encouraging creativity and exploration. Projects include drawing, watercolor, painting, ceramics, printmaking, fiber arts, book arts, and mixed media. Camp staff include Lucy Mink-Covello and Kim Emerson. There is a $130.00 registration fee, which includes all art supplies.Dates: August 5-9thTime: 8:30-noonLocation: Maple Street School Art RoomClass will be separated into a younger aged group and an older aged group.
 
8:30 AM - 4:00 PM    Rec Summer Camp - Youth Camper
Hopkinton Rec Summer Camp is designed for: Campers Age 6 years (or have completed Kindergarten)-11 years CIT (Counselor-In-Training) Campers Age 12-15 IMPORTANT INFORMATION  Registrations:Registrations and payment MUST be done in advance by close of business (4:30pm) the Thursday before the week your child is to attend. Walk-ins WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.    Fees:Fees are set on a pay-per-week basis.  There are no discounts or reduced rates for campers who attend less days.  Transferring Fees:Weekly fees paid may be transferred if there is a need to switch weeks.  Please contact the Recreation Dept. by phone or email immediately if this need arises.  This MUST be done before the camper attends the needed week.   Medical Records:Copy of Camper and CIT (Counselor-in-Training) Immunization Records and most recent Physical must be submitted before your child can attend camp.  Please drop off at the Town Hall or Slusser Center (Rec. Office) or mail to: Recreation Dept., 330 Main Street, Hopkinton, NH  03229.  Please note that in most cases, this takes time to obtain.  Please DO NOT wait until the last minute! What Should Kids Bring To Camp?1.  Please remember to pack a lunch, 2 snacks, and drinks/water for your camper every day.  Please use a cooler with ice packs as there is no refrigerator available. 2.  Please pack a bathing suit and towel for your camper every day.  (There are planned and un-planned beach visits as well as games/activities that involve getting wet!).  Also, the camp staff cannot apply sunscreen to campers.  This should be done in advance at home and sending them with protective spray is advised.  Also, hats and swimming shirts are a fantastic idea!3.  Please pack sun screen & bug spray to be used as needed by your camper throughout the week.4.  Campers must wear (or bring) sneakers to camp each day.**note** please leave all electronics at home.  Our counselors will provide the entertainment!  Questions?: recreation@hopkinton-nh.gov or (603) 746-8263. 
 
8:30 AM - 4:00 PM    Rec Summer Camp - CIT Camper (Counselor In Training)
Hopkinton Rec Summer Camp is designed for: Campers Age 6 years (or have completed Kindergarten)-11 years CIT (Counselor-In-Training) Campers Age 12-15 IMPORTANT INFORMATION  Registrations:Registrations and payment MUST be done in advance by close of business (4:30pm) the Thursday before the week your child is to attend. Walk-ins WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.    Fees:Fees are set on a pay-per-week basis.  There are no discounts or reduced rates for campers who attend less days.  Transferring Fees:Weekly fees paid may be transferred if there is a need to switch weeks.  Please contact the Recreation Dept. by phone or email immediately if this need arises.  This MUST be done before the camper attends the needed week.   Medical Records:Copy of Camper and CIT (Counselor-in-Training) Immunization Records and most recent Physical must be submitted before your child can attend camp.  Please drop off at the Town Hall or Slusser Center (Rec. Office) or mail to: Recreation Dept., 330 Main Street, Hopkinton, NH  03229.  Please note that in most cases, this takes time to obtain.  Please DO NOT wait until the last minute! What Should Kids Bring To Camp?1.  Please remember to pack a lunch, 2 snacks, and drinks/water for your camper every day.  Please use a cooler with ice packs as there is no refrigerator available. 2.  Please pack a bathing suit and towel for your camper every day.  (There are planned and un-planned beach visits as well as games/activities that involve getting wet!).  Also, the camp staff cannot apply sunscreen to campers.  This should be done in advance at home and sending them with protective spray is advised.  Also, hats and swimming shirts are a fantastic idea!3.  Please pack sun screen & bug spray to be used as needed by your camper throughout the week.4.  Campers must wear (or bring) sneakers to camp each day.**note** please leave all electronics at home.  Our counselors will provide the entertainment!  Questions?: recreation@hopkinton-nh.gov or (603) 746-8263. 
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Strong Living 50+ Programs - Strong Living 50+ Programs
Intermediate Line Dancing Mon & Wed 10 amThe Intermediate Line Dancing group meets from 10:00-11:30 am on Mondays & Wednesdays in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a fun class to work on your skills in the art of line dancing!There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please come just before 10:00 am on a Monday or Wednesday.  Strength Exercises Tues & Thurs 9-10 amStrength Exercise is a non-aerobic program at the Slusser Center designed for seniors to strengthen bones and improve balance, thereby helping seniors to maintain their independence. Included in the program are exercise routines using ankle weights and hand weights, as well as stretching and balance exercises. Increasing weight adds to the intensity of the program. Participants are encouraged to increase ankle and hand weights gradually or whenever they feel it is possible. Seniors age 50+ of all ability levels are welcome. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.Any senior age 50+ who wants to join the Strength Exercise Classes, please come and speak with the instructor, Gloria Symonds, on a Tuesday or Thursday just before 9:00 am. Strength & Balance Mon & Wed 3-4 pmThe Strength and Balance Exercise Class meets every Monday and Wednesday from 3:00-4:00 pm at the Slusser Center. The class provides weight training, stretching, and balance exercises which will provide a foundation for increased quality of life for our seniors and a place to be encouraged to become stronger individuals.The program is based on the former Strong Living program developed by Tufts University. The program consists of a series of lower body, core, and upper body exercises. The leader monitors the form of the participants and provides correction if necessary. Each participant determines the amount of weight lifted and is encouraged by the leader to increase weights within his or her ability.There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please speak with the leader, Judy Sanborn, just before 3:00 pm on a Monday or Wednesday.  Chair Yoga Mon and Fri 9-10 amChair Yoga meets in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a gentle, chair based yoga for any level. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted. To join this class, please come and speak with the instructor just before 9:00 am on a Monday or Friday.
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Senior Daytime Activities - Senior Daytime Activities
Join us Monday - Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm at the Slusser Center for a variety of Senior activities!  (ages 50+) Strength & Balance Exercises (Mon & Wed 3-4 pm) Strength Exercises (Tues & Thurs 9-10 am) Free Blood Pressure Checks (Wed 11:30 am-12 pm) Senior Lunch (Wed 12-1 pm) $4 donation suggested  Intermediate Line Dancing (Mon & Wed 10-11:30 am) Knitting Group (Tues 1:30 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Quilting Group (Thurs 10 am-4 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Cribbage (Tues 1-3:30 pm - Free)Learn to Play Cribbage (call the Rec Dept. at 746-8263 and we will set up a private lesson!) Bingo (1st and 3rd Fri 1-3 pm) Scrabble (Wednesdays 1-3 pm) Card Making (Wed 12:45 pm & Fri 1 pm usually 2nd week of the month) Mah Jongg Games (every Fri 1-3 pm) Memoirs Class (every other Tuesday 12:15-1:15 pm - No Classes in July and August) VNA Health Clinic (1st Thurs 10 am-1 pm) Call Nurse ahead for appointment, at 410-9953. $10 suggested donation. Crocheting Program (Thursdays 1:30 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Lessons available!We also have Adult activities! (ages 18+)  Beginner Tai Chi Class (Thurs 6-7 pm)  Tai Chi Group (Tues 6-8 pm, Sat 8:30-10:30 am) Community Scrapbooking & Crafts Club (2nd Fri 7-9 pm, 4th Sunday 1:30-5 pm)Sit and Sew (4th Saturday of the month 11 am-4 pm)Adult Strength and Balance Classes (Mon & Fri 5-6 pm)Some activities have space limitations so pre-registering is required.Call Slusser Center at 746-8265.   
 
4:30 PM - 5:00 PM    Swimming Lessons - Red Cross Learn-To-Swim Program - Level 4 & 5 - Stroke Improvement & Refinement
Level 1-3 lessons will be available in the mornings and evenings geared for ages 4+We also offer a Parent/Child Aquatics Class during the morning for age 3 and under with parent in the water.All swim lessons will be offered at Kimball Pond. Cost is $50/resident or $60/non-resident per two-week session. Class size will be limited according to swim level. Lessons are scheduled Monday through Thursday (with a make up rain date of Friday). Note that there is no swim lesson on July 4th, so that week's swim lesson will  include Friday.Day one and the second Thursday of each session will be skills assessment days. Lessons will only be canceled if thunder/lightning is present. We will post on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/KimballPond if lessons will be cancelled. For your child’s safety, we ask that there is a responsible adult present during all your child’s swimming lessons.PARENTS:  If you are not sure what level your child should be placed in, click the link below and look at the level descriptions.  Remember, the descriptions indicate what will be taught in the class, not what they should already know... 
 
5:05 PM - 5:35 PM    Swimming Lessons - Red Cross Learn-To-Swim Program - Level 2 - Fundamental Aquatic Skills
Level 1-3 lessons will be available in the mornings and evenings geared for ages 4+We also offer a Parent/Child Aquatics Class during the morning for age 3 and under with parent in the water.All swim lessons will be offered at Kimball Pond. Cost is $50/resident or $60/non-resident per two-week session. Class size will be limited according to swim level. Lessons are scheduled Monday through Thursday (with a make up rain date of Friday). Note that there is no swim lesson on July 4th, so that week's swim lesson will  include Friday.Day one and the second Thursday of each session will be skills assessment days. Lessons will only be canceled if thunder/lightning is present. We will post on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/KimballPond if lessons will be cancelled. For your child’s safety, we ask that there is a responsible adult present during all your child’s swimming lessons.PARENTS:  If you are not sure what level your child should be placed in, click the link below and look at the level descriptions.  Remember, the descriptions indicate what will be taught in the class, not what they should already know... 
 
5:30 PM - 8:00 PM    Soccer Club Games
 
5:40 PM - 6:10 PM    Swimming Lessons - Red Cross Learn-To-Swim Program - Level 3 - Stroke Development
Level 1-3 lessons will be available in the mornings and evenings geared for ages 4+We also offer a Parent/Child Aquatics Class during the morning for age 3 and under with parent in the water.All swim lessons will be offered at Kimball Pond. Cost is $50/resident or $60/non-resident per two-week session. Class size will be limited according to swim level. Lessons are scheduled Monday through Thursday (with a make up rain date of Friday). Note that there is no swim lesson on July 4th, so that week's swim lesson will  include Friday.Day one and the second Thursday of each session will be skills assessment days. Lessons will only be canceled if thunder/lightning is present. We will post on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/KimballPond if lessons will be cancelled. For your child’s safety, we ask that there is a responsible adult present during all your child’s swimming lessons.PARENTS:  If you are not sure what level your child should be placed in, click the link below and look at the level descriptions.  Remember, the descriptions indicate what will be taught in the class, not what they should already know... 
 
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Tai Chi Classes - Beginner Tai Chi (Thurs 2015)
Beginner Tai Chi Class: Meets on Thursdays from 6:00-7:00 PM.Experienced Tai Chi Classes: Meet on Tuesdays from 6:00-8:00 PM, and on Saturdays from 8:30-10:30 AM.All Tai Chi Classes are held in the Exercise Room on the lower level of the Slusser Center.There is a fee of $7.50 per class.Come just before class time to sign up with the instructor.
 
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Women's Pick-up Soccer - Women's Pickup Soccer
Join us on Thursdays at 6 pm for Women's Pick-up Soccer.  All women 18+ are invited to attend.This 6 week program runs July 18-August 29 at the Park Avenue field (539 Park Ave.)Safety equipment is needed - bring a mouth guard and shin pads. This is a free activity for Hopkinton and Contoocook residents.  Non-residents pay $10.  Everyone needs to register in advance.
 
6:15 PM - 6:35 PM    Swimming Lessons - Red Cross Learn-To-Swim Program - Level 1 - Introduction to Water Skills
Level 1-3 lessons will be available in the mornings and evenings geared for ages 4+We also offer a Parent/Child Aquatics Class during the morning for age 3 and under with parent in the water.All swim lessons will be offered at Kimball Pond. Cost is $50/resident or $60/non-resident per two-week session. Class size will be limited according to swim level. Lessons are scheduled Monday through Thursday (with a make up rain date of Friday). Note that there is no swim lesson on July 4th, so that week's swim lesson will  include Friday.Day one and the second Thursday of each session will be skills assessment days. Lessons will only be canceled if thunder/lightning is present. We will post on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/KimballPond if lessons will be cancelled. For your child’s safety, we ask that there is a responsible adult present during all your child’s swimming lessons.PARENTS:  If you are not sure what level your child should be placed in, click the link below and look at the level descriptions.  Remember, the descriptions indicate what will be taught in the class, not what they should already know... 
 
Friday August 9, 2019
7:30 AM - 5:00 PM    Rec Summer Camp - Early Drop Off - Late Pick Up
Hopkinton Rec Summer Camp is designed for: Campers Age 6 years (or have completed Kindergarten)-11 years CIT (Counselor-In-Training) Campers Age 12-15 IMPORTANT INFORMATION  Registrations:Registrations and payment MUST be done in advance by close of business (4:30pm) the Thursday before the week your child is to attend. Walk-ins WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.    Fees:Fees are set on a pay-per-week basis.  There are no discounts or reduced rates for campers who attend less days.  Transferring Fees:Weekly fees paid may be transferred if there is a need to switch weeks.  Please contact the Recreation Dept. by phone or email immediately if this need arises.  This MUST be done before the camper attends the needed week.   Medical Records:Copy of Camper and CIT (Counselor-in-Training) Immunization Records and most recent Physical must be submitted before your child can attend camp.  Please drop off at the Town Hall or Slusser Center (Rec. Office) or mail to: Recreation Dept., 330 Main Street, Hopkinton, NH  03229.  Please note that in most cases, this takes time to obtain.  Please DO NOT wait until the last minute! What Should Kids Bring To Camp?1.  Please remember to pack a lunch, 2 snacks, and drinks/water for your camper every day.  Please use a cooler with ice packs as there is no refrigerator available. 2.  Please pack a bathing suit and towel for your camper every day.  (There are planned and un-planned beach visits as well as games/activities that involve getting wet!).  Also, the camp staff cannot apply sunscreen to campers.  This should be done in advance at home and sending them with protective spray is advised.  Also, hats and swimming shirts are a fantastic idea!3.  Please pack sun screen & bug spray to be used as needed by your camper throughout the week.4.  Campers must wear (or bring) sneakers to camp each day.**note** please leave all electronics at home.  Our counselors will provide the entertainment!  Questions?: recreation@hopkinton-nh.gov or (603) 746-8263. 
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area - Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area
Come enjoy the many recreational opportunities at Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area47 Kimball Lake Dr. in Hopkintonopen: dawn to duskEnjoy: Great fishing off the dock or from a non-motorized boatKayak or canoe Kimball Lake (BYO)Enjoy a stroll along a 4.5 mile loop of the Hopkinton Village Greenway Trail Plan a family picnic Read a book on the porch or sit along the shore in an Adirondack chairRent a cabin for a birthday party, group meeting, family function or camping Just relax and enjoy the view!
 
8:30 AM - 12:00 PM    Art Camp - Art Camp
Art Camp is designed to expose children entering 1st to 7th grade to several different art mediums while encouraging creativity and exploration. Projects include drawing, watercolor, painting, ceramics, printmaking, fiber arts, book arts, and mixed media. Camp staff include Lucy Mink-Covello and Kim Emerson. There is a $130.00 registration fee, which includes all art supplies.Dates: August 5-9thTime: 8:30-noonLocation: Maple Street School Art RoomClass will be separated into a younger aged group and an older aged group.
 
8:30 AM - 4:00 PM    Rec Summer Camp - Youth Camper
Hopkinton Rec Summer Camp is designed for: Campers Age 6 years (or have completed Kindergarten)-11 years CIT (Counselor-In-Training) Campers Age 12-15 IMPORTANT INFORMATION  Registrations:Registrations and payment MUST be done in advance by close of business (4:30pm) the Thursday before the week your child is to attend. Walk-ins WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.    Fees:Fees are set on a pay-per-week basis.  There are no discounts or reduced rates for campers who attend less days.  Transferring Fees:Weekly fees paid may be transferred if there is a need to switch weeks.  Please contact the Recreation Dept. by phone or email immediately if this need arises.  This MUST be done before the camper attends the needed week.   Medical Records:Copy of Camper and CIT (Counselor-in-Training) Immunization Records and most recent Physical must be submitted before your child can attend camp.  Please drop off at the Town Hall or Slusser Center (Rec. Office) or mail to: Recreation Dept., 330 Main Street, Hopkinton, NH  03229.  Please note that in most cases, this takes time to obtain.  Please DO NOT wait until the last minute! What Should Kids Bring To Camp?1.  Please remember to pack a lunch, 2 snacks, and drinks/water for your camper every day.  Please use a cooler with ice packs as there is no refrigerator available. 2.  Please pack a bathing suit and towel for your camper every day.  (There are planned and un-planned beach visits as well as games/activities that involve getting wet!).  Also, the camp staff cannot apply sunscreen to campers.  This should be done in advance at home and sending them with protective spray is advised.  Also, hats and swimming shirts are a fantastic idea!3.  Please pack sun screen & bug spray to be used as needed by your camper throughout the week.4.  Campers must wear (or bring) sneakers to camp each day.**note** please leave all electronics at home.  Our counselors will provide the entertainment!  Questions?: recreation@hopkinton-nh.gov or (603) 746-8263. 
 
8:30 AM - 4:00 PM    Rec Summer Camp - CIT Camper (Counselor In Training)
Hopkinton Rec Summer Camp is designed for: Campers Age 6 years (or have completed Kindergarten)-11 years CIT (Counselor-In-Training) Campers Age 12-15 IMPORTANT INFORMATION  Registrations:Registrations and payment MUST be done in advance by close of business (4:30pm) the Thursday before the week your child is to attend. Walk-ins WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.    Fees:Fees are set on a pay-per-week basis.  There are no discounts or reduced rates for campers who attend less days.  Transferring Fees:Weekly fees paid may be transferred if there is a need to switch weeks.  Please contact the Recreation Dept. by phone or email immediately if this need arises.  This MUST be done before the camper attends the needed week.   Medical Records:Copy of Camper and CIT (Counselor-in-Training) Immunization Records and most recent Physical must be submitted before your child can attend camp.  Please drop off at the Town Hall or Slusser Center (Rec. Office) or mail to: Recreation Dept., 330 Main Street, Hopkinton, NH  03229.  Please note that in most cases, this takes time to obtain.  Please DO NOT wait until the last minute! What Should Kids Bring To Camp?1.  Please remember to pack a lunch, 2 snacks, and drinks/water for your camper every day.  Please use a cooler with ice packs as there is no refrigerator available. 2.  Please pack a bathing suit and towel for your camper every day.  (There are planned and un-planned beach visits as well as games/activities that involve getting wet!).  Also, the camp staff cannot apply sunscreen to campers.  This should be done in advance at home and sending them with protective spray is advised.  Also, hats and swimming shirts are a fantastic idea!3.  Please pack sun screen & bug spray to be used as needed by your camper throughout the week.4.  Campers must wear (or bring) sneakers to camp each day.**note** please leave all electronics at home.  Our counselors will provide the entertainment!  Questions?: recreation@hopkinton-nh.gov or (603) 746-8263. 
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Strong Living 50+ Programs - Strong Living 50+ Programs
Intermediate Line Dancing Mon & Wed 10 amThe Intermediate Line Dancing group meets from 10:00-11:30 am on Mondays & Wednesdays in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a fun class to work on your skills in the art of line dancing!There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please come just before 10:00 am on a Monday or Wednesday.  Strength Exercises Tues & Thurs 9-10 amStrength Exercise is a non-aerobic program at the Slusser Center designed for seniors to strengthen bones and improve balance, thereby helping seniors to maintain their independence. Included in the program are exercise routines using ankle weights and hand weights, as well as stretching and balance exercises. Increasing weight adds to the intensity of the program. Participants are encouraged to increase ankle and hand weights gradually or whenever they feel it is possible. Seniors age 50+ of all ability levels are welcome. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.Any senior age 50+ who wants to join the Strength Exercise Classes, please come and speak with the instructor, Gloria Symonds, on a Tuesday or Thursday just before 9:00 am. Strength & Balance Mon & Wed 3-4 pmThe Strength and Balance Exercise Class meets every Monday and Wednesday from 3:00-4:00 pm at the Slusser Center. The class provides weight training, stretching, and balance exercises which will provide a foundation for increased quality of life for our seniors and a place to be encouraged to become stronger individuals.The program is based on the former Strong Living program developed by Tufts University. The program consists of a series of lower body, core, and upper body exercises. The leader monitors the form of the participants and provides correction if necessary. Each participant determines the amount of weight lifted and is encouraged by the leader to increase weights within his or her ability.There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please speak with the leader, Judy Sanborn, just before 3:00 pm on a Monday or Wednesday.  Chair Yoga Mon and Fri 9-10 amChair Yoga meets in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a gentle, chair based yoga for any level. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted. To join this class, please come and speak with the instructor just before 9:00 am on a Monday or Friday.
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Senior Daytime Activities - Senior Daytime Activities
Join us Monday - Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm at the Slusser Center for a variety of Senior activities!  (ages 50+) Strength & Balance Exercises (Mon & Wed 3-4 pm) Strength Exercises (Tues & Thurs 9-10 am) Free Blood Pressure Checks (Wed 11:30 am-12 pm) Senior Lunch (Wed 12-1 pm) $4 donation suggested  Intermediate Line Dancing (Mon & Wed 10-11:30 am) Knitting Group (Tues 1:30 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Quilting Group (Thurs 10 am-4 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Cribbage (Tues 1-3:30 pm - Free)Learn to Play Cribbage (call the Rec Dept. at 746-8263 and we will set up a private lesson!) Bingo (1st and 3rd Fri 1-3 pm) Scrabble (Wednesdays 1-3 pm) Card Making (Wed 12:45 pm & Fri 1 pm usually 2nd week of the month) Mah Jongg Games (every Fri 1-3 pm) Memoirs Class (every other Tuesday 12:15-1:15 pm - No Classes in July and August) VNA Health Clinic (1st Thurs 10 am-1 pm) Call Nurse ahead for appointment, at 410-9953. $10 suggested donation. Crocheting Program (Thursdays 1:30 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Lessons available!We also have Adult activities! (ages 18+)  Beginner Tai Chi Class (Thurs 6-7 pm)  Tai Chi Group (Tues 6-8 pm, Sat 8:30-10:30 am) Community Scrapbooking & Crafts Club (2nd Fri 7-9 pm, 4th Sunday 1:30-5 pm)Sit and Sew (4th Saturday of the month 11 am-4 pm)Adult Strength and Balance Classes (Mon & Fri 5-6 pm)Some activities have space limitations so pre-registering is required.Call Slusser Center at 746-8265.   
 
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Scrapbooking & Crafts - Scrapbook & Crafts (Fri)
Each month, the Community Scrapbooking & Crafts Club meets on the second Friday from 7:00-9:00 PM, and the fourth Sunday from 1:30-5:00 PM, at the Slusser Center. All ages are welcome!
 
Saturday August 10, 2019
8:00 AM - 2:00 PM    Farmer's Market
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area - Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area
Come enjoy the many recreational opportunities at Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area47 Kimball Lake Dr. in Hopkintonopen: dawn to duskEnjoy: Great fishing off the dock or from a non-motorized boatKayak or canoe Kimball Lake (BYO)Enjoy a stroll along a 4.5 mile loop of the Hopkinton Village Greenway Trail Plan a family picnic Read a book on the porch or sit along the shore in an Adirondack chairRent a cabin for a birthday party, group meeting, family function or camping Just relax and enjoy the view!
 
8:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Tai Chi Classes - Experienced Tai Chi (Sat 2015)
Beginner Tai Chi Class: Meets on Thursdays from 6:00-7:00 PM.Experienced Tai Chi Classes: Meet on Tuesdays from 6:00-8:00 PM, and on Saturdays from 8:30-10:30 AM.All Tai Chi Classes are held in the Exercise Room on the lower level of the Slusser Center.There is a fee of $7.50 per class.Come just before class time to sign up with the instructor.
 
Sunday August 11, 2019
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area - Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area
Come enjoy the many recreational opportunities at Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area47 Kimball Lake Dr. in Hopkintonopen: dawn to duskEnjoy: Great fishing off the dock or from a non-motorized boatKayak or canoe Kimball Lake (BYO)Enjoy a stroll along a 4.5 mile loop of the Hopkinton Village Greenway Trail Plan a family picnic Read a book on the porch or sit along the shore in an Adirondack chairRent a cabin for a birthday party, group meeting, family function or camping Just relax and enjoy the view!
 
Monday August 12, 2019
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Music Camp - Hopkinton Music Camp- grades 5-8
Hopkinton Music Camp is a five-day morning camp open to all students entering grades 5-8 who are interested in singing or playing an instrument. Campers will have opportunities to sing in a chorus, play in a band, and participate in music-elective activities. The camp will conclude with a final concert that is open to the public on the morning of 8/16.  When signing up, please note the primary instrument your child would like to play at camp (clarinet, voice, saxophone, etc.) There will be opportunities for campers to play and sing on more than one instrument if they so choose.  Campers can also sign up for music elective activities to be announced on the first day of camp. Options may include: Guitar, African Drumming, Bucket Drumming, and Jazz Band. Camp Staff: Ben Levergood, MSS and MS Jazz Band Music Director Bridgett Gattie, HMHS Music Director Dates: August 12th -16th Times: 8 am -12 pm Location: Room 1 Maple Street School Performance: Friday, August 16th at 11 am Cost: $80 for the week Last day to register is August 5. Scholarships are available. Please contact the Rec Department, Ben Levergood, or Bridgett Gattie if in need.
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area - Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area
Come enjoy the many recreational opportunities at Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area47 Kimball Lake Dr. in Hopkintonopen: dawn to duskEnjoy: Great fishing off the dock or from a non-motorized boatKayak or canoe Kimball Lake (BYO)Enjoy a stroll along a 4.5 mile loop of the Hopkinton Village Greenway Trail Plan a family picnic Read a book on the porch or sit along the shore in an Adirondack chairRent a cabin for a birthday party, group meeting, family function or camping Just relax and enjoy the view!
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Strong Living 50+ Programs - Strong Living 50+ Programs
Intermediate Line Dancing Mon & Wed 10 amThe Intermediate Line Dancing group meets from 10:00-11:30 am on Mondays & Wednesdays in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a fun class to work on your skills in the art of line dancing!There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please come just before 10:00 am on a Monday or Wednesday.  Strength Exercises Tues & Thurs 9-10 amStrength Exercise is a non-aerobic program at the Slusser Center designed for seniors to strengthen bones and improve balance, thereby helping seniors to maintain their independence. Included in the program are exercise routines using ankle weights and hand weights, as well as stretching and balance exercises. Increasing weight adds to the intensity of the program. Participants are encouraged to increase ankle and hand weights gradually or whenever they feel it is possible. Seniors age 50+ of all ability levels are welcome. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.Any senior age 50+ who wants to join the Strength Exercise Classes, please come and speak with the instructor, Gloria Symonds, on a Tuesday or Thursday just before 9:00 am. Strength & Balance Mon & Wed 3-4 pmThe Strength and Balance Exercise Class meets every Monday and Wednesday from 3:00-4:00 pm at the Slusser Center. The class provides weight training, stretching, and balance exercises which will provide a foundation for increased quality of life for our seniors and a place to be encouraged to become stronger individuals.The program is based on the former Strong Living program developed by Tufts University. The program consists of a series of lower body, core, and upper body exercises. The leader monitors the form of the participants and provides correction if necessary. Each participant determines the amount of weight lifted and is encouraged by the leader to increase weights within his or her ability.There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please speak with the leader, Judy Sanborn, just before 3:00 pm on a Monday or Wednesday.  Chair Yoga Mon and Fri 9-10 amChair Yoga meets in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a gentle, chair based yoga for any level. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted. To join this class, please come and speak with the instructor just before 9:00 am on a Monday or Friday.
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Senior Daytime Activities - Senior Daytime Activities
Join us Monday - Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm at the Slusser Center for a variety of Senior activities!  (ages 50+) Strength & Balance Exercises (Mon & Wed 3-4 pm) Strength Exercises (Tues & Thurs 9-10 am) Free Blood Pressure Checks (Wed 11:30 am-12 pm) Senior Lunch (Wed 12-1 pm) $4 donation suggested  Intermediate Line Dancing (Mon & Wed 10-11:30 am) Knitting Group (Tues 1:30 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Quilting Group (Thurs 10 am-4 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Cribbage (Tues 1-3:30 pm - Free)Learn to Play Cribbage (call the Rec Dept. at 746-8263 and we will set up a private lesson!) Bingo (1st and 3rd Fri 1-3 pm) Scrabble (Wednesdays 1-3 pm) Card Making (Wed 12:45 pm & Fri 1 pm usually 2nd week of the month) Mah Jongg Games (every Fri 1-3 pm) Memoirs Class (every other Tuesday 12:15-1:15 pm - No Classes in July and August) VNA Health Clinic (1st Thurs 10 am-1 pm) Call Nurse ahead for appointment, at 410-9953. $10 suggested donation. Crocheting Program (Thursdays 1:30 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Lessons available!We also have Adult activities! (ages 18+)  Beginner Tai Chi Class (Thurs 6-7 pm)  Tai Chi Group (Tues 6-8 pm, Sat 8:30-10:30 am) Community Scrapbooking & Crafts Club (2nd Fri 7-9 pm, 4th Sunday 1:30-5 pm)Sit and Sew (4th Saturday of the month 11 am-4 pm)Adult Strength and Balance Classes (Mon & Fri 5-6 pm)Some activities have space limitations so pre-registering is required.Call Slusser Center at 746-8265.   
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Wicked Cool Science Camp - Morning ONLY Science Camp
Wicked Cool Science Camp is coming to Hopkinton again!!!This year’s science camp will take place August 12th -16th at Harold Martin School.  Options are available for half day ($195, am or pm) or full day ($325) camp.  Children grades K-5 are invited to attend.  9 am-12 pm session:  Rocket Science 2019A perennial favorite returns! Build and launch our favorite solid fuel rocket, the customizable E2X, perfect for the young aerospace engineer. Keep a Commander’s log as you investigate the solar system, design a satellite, and build a space base for an astronaut. Blast off with a solid fuel high-flying rocket launch at the end of the week, weather permitting. Continue with the flight plan and launch water rockets, make galactic slime, and map distant constellations as part of your out-of-the-world lunar journey. Entering grades K-5, half-day only.12-1 pm Lunch Break for Full Day Kids1-4 pm session: Lego WeDo 2.0Learn to program free roaming LEGO robots and make science come to life!  Get in gear with LEGO's new updated software to build and use an iPad to program Milo the science rover and other fun untethered robots.  In the morning, explore guided robotics projects to create a shake table to test house designs to withstand an earthquake or create a bot to sort and recycle items.Entering grades K-5, half day onlyAll children who are attending the full day should bring their own lunch. Last day to register is August 5! Wicked Cool Science requires all parents to sign their kids out at the end of the day. Parents need to provide a note if their child will be walking home from the program.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Wicked Cool Science Camp - Full Day Science Camp
Wicked Cool Science Camp is coming to Hopkinton again!!!This year’s science camp will take place August 12th -16th at Harold Martin School.  Options are available for half day ($195, am or pm) or full day ($325) camp.  Children grades K-5 are invited to attend.  9 am-12 pm session:  Rocket Science 2019A perennial favorite returns! Build and launch our favorite solid fuel rocket, the customizable E2X, perfect for the young aerospace engineer. Keep a Commander’s log as you investigate the solar system, design a satellite, and build a space base for an astronaut. Blast off with a solid fuel high-flying rocket launch at the end of the week, weather permitting. Continue with the flight plan and launch water rockets, make galactic slime, and map distant constellations as part of your out-of-the-world lunar journey. Entering grades K-5, half-day only.12-1 pm Lunch Break for Full Day Kids1-4 pm session: Lego WeDo 2.0Learn to program free roaming LEGO robots and make science come to life!  Get in gear with LEGO's new updated software to build and use an iPad to program Milo the science rover and other fun untethered robots.  In the morning, explore guided robotics projects to create a shake table to test house designs to withstand an earthquake or create a bot to sort and recycle items.Entering grades K-5, half day onlyAll children who are attending the full day should bring their own lunch. Last day to register is August 5! Wicked Cool Science requires all parents to sign their kids out at the end of the day. Parents need to provide a note if their child will be walking home from the program.
 
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Wicked Cool Science Camp - Afternoon ONLY Science Camp
Wicked Cool Science Camp is coming to Hopkinton again!!!This year’s science camp will take place August 12th -16th at Harold Martin School.  Options are available for half day ($195, am or pm) or full day ($325) camp.  Children grades K-5 are invited to attend.  9 am-12 pm session:  Rocket Science 2019A perennial favorite returns! Build and launch our favorite solid fuel rocket, the customizable E2X, perfect for the young aerospace engineer. Keep a Commander’s log as you investigate the solar system, design a satellite, and build a space base for an astronaut. Blast off with a solid fuel high-flying rocket launch at the end of the week, weather permitting. Continue with the flight plan and launch water rockets, make galactic slime, and map distant constellations as part of your out-of-the-world lunar journey. Entering grades K-5, half-day only.12-1 pm Lunch Break for Full Day Kids1-4 pm session: Lego WeDo 2.0Learn to program free roaming LEGO robots and make science come to life!  Get in gear with LEGO's new updated software to build and use an iPad to program Milo the science rover and other fun untethered robots.  In the morning, explore guided robotics projects to create a shake table to test house designs to withstand an earthquake or create a bot to sort and recycle items.Entering grades K-5, half day onlyAll children who are attending the full day should bring their own lunch. Last day to register is August 5! Wicked Cool Science requires all parents to sign their kids out at the end of the day. Parents need to provide a note if their child will be walking home from the program.
 
Tuesday August 13, 2019
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Music Camp - Hopkinton Music Camp- grades 5-8
Hopkinton Music Camp is a five-day morning camp open to all students entering grades 5-8 who are interested in singing or playing an instrument. Campers will have opportunities to sing in a chorus, play in a band, and participate in music-elective activities. The camp will conclude with a final concert that is open to the public on the morning of 8/16.  When signing up, please note the primary instrument your child would like to play at camp (clarinet, voice, saxophone, etc.) There will be opportunities for campers to play and sing on more than one instrument if they so choose.  Campers can also sign up for music elective activities to be announced on the first day of camp. Options may include: Guitar, African Drumming, Bucket Drumming, and Jazz Band. Camp Staff: Ben Levergood, MSS and MS Jazz Band Music Director Bridgett Gattie, HMHS Music Director Dates: August 12th -16th Times: 8 am -12 pm Location: Room 1 Maple Street School Performance: Friday, August 16th at 11 am Cost: $80 for the week Last day to register is August 5. Scholarships are available. Please contact the Rec Department, Ben Levergood, or Bridgett Gattie if in need.
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area - Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area
Come enjoy the many recreational opportunities at Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area47 Kimball Lake Dr. in Hopkintonopen: dawn to duskEnjoy: Great fishing off the dock or from a non-motorized boatKayak or canoe Kimball Lake (BYO)Enjoy a stroll along a 4.5 mile loop of the Hopkinton Village Greenway Trail Plan a family picnic Read a book on the porch or sit along the shore in an Adirondack chairRent a cabin for a birthday party, group meeting, family function or camping Just relax and enjoy the view!
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Strong Living 50+ Programs - Strong Living 50+ Programs
Intermediate Line Dancing Mon & Wed 10 amThe Intermediate Line Dancing group meets from 10:00-11:30 am on Mondays & Wednesdays in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a fun class to work on your skills in the art of line dancing!There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please come just before 10:00 am on a Monday or Wednesday.  Strength Exercises Tues & Thurs 9-10 amStrength Exercise is a non-aerobic program at the Slusser Center designed for seniors to strengthen bones and improve balance, thereby helping seniors to maintain their independence. Included in the program are exercise routines using ankle weights and hand weights, as well as stretching and balance exercises. Increasing weight adds to the intensity of the program. Participants are encouraged to increase ankle and hand weights gradually or whenever they feel it is possible. Seniors age 50+ of all ability levels are welcome. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.Any senior age 50+ who wants to join the Strength Exercise Classes, please come and speak with the instructor, Gloria Symonds, on a Tuesday or Thursday just before 9:00 am. Strength & Balance Mon & Wed 3-4 pmThe Strength and Balance Exercise Class meets every Monday and Wednesday from 3:00-4:00 pm at the Slusser Center. The class provides weight training, stretching, and balance exercises which will provide a foundation for increased quality of life for our seniors and a place to be encouraged to become stronger individuals.The program is based on the former Strong Living program developed by Tufts University. The program consists of a series of lower body, core, and upper body exercises. The leader monitors the form of the participants and provides correction if necessary. Each participant determines the amount of weight lifted and is encouraged by the leader to increase weights within his or her ability.There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please speak with the leader, Judy Sanborn, just before 3:00 pm on a Monday or Wednesday.  Chair Yoga Mon and Fri 9-10 amChair Yoga meets in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a gentle, chair based yoga for any level. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted. To join this class, please come and speak with the instructor just before 9:00 am on a Monday or Friday.
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Senior Daytime Activities - Senior Daytime Activities
Join us Monday - Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm at the Slusser Center for a variety of Senior activities!  (ages 50+) Strength & Balance Exercises (Mon & Wed 3-4 pm) Strength Exercises (Tues & Thurs 9-10 am) Free Blood Pressure Checks (Wed 11:30 am-12 pm) Senior Lunch (Wed 12-1 pm) $4 donation suggested  Intermediate Line Dancing (Mon & Wed 10-11:30 am) Knitting Group (Tues 1:30 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Quilting Group (Thurs 10 am-4 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Cribbage (Tues 1-3:30 pm - Free)Learn to Play Cribbage (call the Rec Dept. at 746-8263 and we will set up a private lesson!) Bingo (1st and 3rd Fri 1-3 pm) Scrabble (Wednesdays 1-3 pm) Card Making (Wed 12:45 pm & Fri 1 pm usually 2nd week of the month) Mah Jongg Games (every Fri 1-3 pm) Memoirs Class (every other Tuesday 12:15-1:15 pm - No Classes in July and August) VNA Health Clinic (1st Thurs 10 am-1 pm) Call Nurse ahead for appointment, at 410-9953. $10 suggested donation. Crocheting Program (Thursdays 1:30 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Lessons available!We also have Adult activities! (ages 18+)  Beginner Tai Chi Class (Thurs 6-7 pm)  Tai Chi Group (Tues 6-8 pm, Sat 8:30-10:30 am) Community Scrapbooking & Crafts Club (2nd Fri 7-9 pm, 4th Sunday 1:30-5 pm)Sit and Sew (4th Saturday of the month 11 am-4 pm)Adult Strength and Balance Classes (Mon & Fri 5-6 pm)Some activities have space limitations so pre-registering is required.Call Slusser Center at 746-8265.   
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Wicked Cool Science Camp - Morning ONLY Science Camp
Wicked Cool Science Camp is coming to Hopkinton again!!!This year’s science camp will take place August 12th -16th at Harold Martin School.  Options are available for half day ($195, am or pm) or full day ($325) camp.  Children grades K-5 are invited to attend.  9 am-12 pm session:  Rocket Science 2019A perennial favorite returns! Build and launch our favorite solid fuel rocket, the customizable E2X, perfect for the young aerospace engineer. Keep a Commander’s log as you investigate the solar system, design a satellite, and build a space base for an astronaut. Blast off with a solid fuel high-flying rocket launch at the end of the week, weather permitting. Continue with the flight plan and launch water rockets, make galactic slime, and map distant constellations as part of your out-of-the-world lunar journey. Entering grades K-5, half-day only.12-1 pm Lunch Break for Full Day Kids1-4 pm session: Lego WeDo 2.0Learn to program free roaming LEGO robots and make science come to life!  Get in gear with LEGO's new updated software to build and use an iPad to program Milo the science rover and other fun untethered robots.  In the morning, explore guided robotics projects to create a shake table to test house designs to withstand an earthquake or create a bot to sort and recycle items.Entering grades K-5, half day onlyAll children who are attending the full day should bring their own lunch. Last day to register is August 5! Wicked Cool Science requires all parents to sign their kids out at the end of the day. Parents need to provide a note if their child will be walking home from the program.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Wicked Cool Science Camp - Full Day Science Camp
Wicked Cool Science Camp is coming to Hopkinton again!!!This year’s science camp will take place August 12th -16th at Harold Martin School.  Options are available for half day ($195, am or pm) or full day ($325) camp.  Children grades K-5 are invited to attend.  9 am-12 pm session:  Rocket Science 2019A perennial favorite returns! Build and launch our favorite solid fuel rocket, the customizable E2X, perfect for the young aerospace engineer. Keep a Commander’s log as you investigate the solar system, design a satellite, and build a space base for an astronaut. Blast off with a solid fuel high-flying rocket launch at the end of the week, weather permitting. Continue with the flight plan and launch water rockets, make galactic slime, and map distant constellations as part of your out-of-the-world lunar journey. Entering grades K-5, half-day only.12-1 pm Lunch Break for Full Day Kids1-4 pm session: Lego WeDo 2.0Learn to program free roaming LEGO robots and make science come to life!  Get in gear with LEGO's new updated software to build and use an iPad to program Milo the science rover and other fun untethered robots.  In the morning, explore guided robotics projects to create a shake table to test house designs to withstand an earthquake or create a bot to sort and recycle items.Entering grades K-5, half day onlyAll children who are attending the full day should bring their own lunch. Last day to register is August 5! Wicked Cool Science requires all parents to sign their kids out at the end of the day. Parents need to provide a note if their child will be walking home from the program.
 
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Wicked Cool Science Camp - Afternoon ONLY Science Camp
Wicked Cool Science Camp is coming to Hopkinton again!!!This year’s science camp will take place August 12th -16th at Harold Martin School.  Options are available for half day ($195, am or pm) or full day ($325) camp.  Children grades K-5 are invited to attend.  9 am-12 pm session:  Rocket Science 2019A perennial favorite returns! Build and launch our favorite solid fuel rocket, the customizable E2X, perfect for the young aerospace engineer. Keep a Commander’s log as you investigate the solar system, design a satellite, and build a space base for an astronaut. Blast off with a solid fuel high-flying rocket launch at the end of the week, weather permitting. Continue with the flight plan and launch water rockets, make galactic slime, and map distant constellations as part of your out-of-the-world lunar journey. Entering grades K-5, half-day only.12-1 pm Lunch Break for Full Day Kids1-4 pm session: Lego WeDo 2.0Learn to program free roaming LEGO robots and make science come to life!  Get in gear with LEGO's new updated software to build and use an iPad to program Milo the science rover and other fun untethered robots.  In the morning, explore guided robotics projects to create a shake table to test house designs to withstand an earthquake or create a bot to sort and recycle items.Entering grades K-5, half day onlyAll children who are attending the full day should bring their own lunch. Last day to register is August 5! Wicked Cool Science requires all parents to sign their kids out at the end of the day. Parents need to provide a note if their child will be walking home from the program.
 
5:30 PM - 8:00 PM    Soccer Club Games
 
5:45 PM - 7:15 PM    Girl Scout Meeting
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Tai Chi Classes - Experienced Tai Chi (Tue 2015)
Beginner Tai Chi Class: Meets on Thursdays from 6:00-7:00 PM.Experienced Tai Chi Classes: Meet on Tuesdays from 6:00-8:00 PM, and on Saturdays from 8:30-10:30 AM.All Tai Chi Classes are held in the Exercise Room on the lower level of the Slusser Center.There is a fee of $7.50 per class.Come just before class time to sign up with the instructor.
 
Wednesday August 14, 2019
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Music Camp - Hopkinton Music Camp- grades 5-8
Hopkinton Music Camp is a five-day morning camp open to all students entering grades 5-8 who are interested in singing or playing an instrument. Campers will have opportunities to sing in a chorus, play in a band, and participate in music-elective activities. The camp will conclude with a final concert that is open to the public on the morning of 8/16.  When signing up, please note the primary instrument your child would like to play at camp (clarinet, voice, saxophone, etc.) There will be opportunities for campers to play and sing on more than one instrument if they so choose.  Campers can also sign up for music elective activities to be announced on the first day of camp. Options may include: Guitar, African Drumming, Bucket Drumming, and Jazz Band. Camp Staff: Ben Levergood, MSS and MS Jazz Band Music Director Bridgett Gattie, HMHS Music Director Dates: August 12th -16th Times: 8 am -12 pm Location: Room 1 Maple Street School Performance: Friday, August 16th at 11 am Cost: $80 for the week Last day to register is August 5. Scholarships are available. Please contact the Rec Department, Ben Levergood, or Bridgett Gattie if in need.
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area - Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area
Come enjoy the many recreational opportunities at Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area47 Kimball Lake Dr. in Hopkintonopen: dawn to duskEnjoy: Great fishing off the dock or from a non-motorized boatKayak or canoe Kimball Lake (BYO)Enjoy a stroll along a 4.5 mile loop of the Hopkinton Village Greenway Trail Plan a family picnic Read a book on the porch or sit along the shore in an Adirondack chairRent a cabin for a birthday party, group meeting, family function or camping Just relax and enjoy the view!
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Strong Living 50+ Programs - Strong Living 50+ Programs
Intermediate Line Dancing Mon & Wed 10 amThe Intermediate Line Dancing group meets from 10:00-11:30 am on Mondays & Wednesdays in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a fun class to work on your skills in the art of line dancing!There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please come just before 10:00 am on a Monday or Wednesday.  Strength Exercises Tues & Thurs 9-10 amStrength Exercise is a non-aerobic program at the Slusser Center designed for seniors to strengthen bones and improve balance, thereby helping seniors to maintain their independence. Included in the program are exercise routines using ankle weights and hand weights, as well as stretching and balance exercises. Increasing weight adds to the intensity of the program. Participants are encouraged to increase ankle and hand weights gradually or whenever they feel it is possible. Seniors age 50+ of all ability levels are welcome. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.Any senior age 50+ who wants to join the Strength Exercise Classes, please come and speak with the instructor, Gloria Symonds, on a Tuesday or Thursday just before 9:00 am. Strength & Balance Mon & Wed 3-4 pmThe Strength and Balance Exercise Class meets every Monday and Wednesday from 3:00-4:00 pm at the Slusser Center. The class provides weight training, stretching, and balance exercises which will provide a foundation for increased quality of life for our seniors and a place to be encouraged to become stronger individuals.The program is based on the former Strong Living program developed by Tufts University. The program consists of a series of lower body, core, and upper body exercises. The leader monitors the form of the participants and provides correction if necessary. Each participant determines the amount of weight lifted and is encouraged by the leader to increase weights within his or her ability.There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please speak with the leader, Judy Sanborn, just before 3:00 pm on a Monday or Wednesday.  Chair Yoga Mon and Fri 9-10 amChair Yoga meets in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a gentle, chair based yoga for any level. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted. To join this class, please come and speak with the instructor just before 9:00 am on a Monday or Friday.
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Senior Daytime Activities - Senior Daytime Activities
Join us Monday - Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm at the Slusser Center for a variety of Senior activities!  (ages 50+) Strength & Balance Exercises (Mon & Wed 3-4 pm) Strength Exercises (Tues & Thurs 9-10 am) Free Blood Pressure Checks (Wed 11:30 am-12 pm) Senior Lunch (Wed 12-1 pm) $4 donation suggested  Intermediate Line Dancing (Mon & Wed 10-11:30 am) Knitting Group (Tues 1:30 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Quilting Group (Thurs 10 am-4 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Cribbage (Tues 1-3:30 pm - Free)Learn to Play Cribbage (call the Rec Dept. at 746-8263 and we will set up a private lesson!) Bingo (1st and 3rd Fri 1-3 pm) Scrabble (Wednesdays 1-3 pm) Card Making (Wed 12:45 pm & Fri 1 pm usually 2nd week of the month) Mah Jongg Games (every Fri 1-3 pm) Memoirs Class (every other Tuesday 12:15-1:15 pm - No Classes in July and August) VNA Health Clinic (1st Thurs 10 am-1 pm) Call Nurse ahead for appointment, at 410-9953. $10 suggested donation. Crocheting Program (Thursdays 1:30 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Lessons available!We also have Adult activities! (ages 18+)  Beginner Tai Chi Class (Thurs 6-7 pm)  Tai Chi Group (Tues 6-8 pm, Sat 8:30-10:30 am) Community Scrapbooking & Crafts Club (2nd Fri 7-9 pm, 4th Sunday 1:30-5 pm)Sit and Sew (4th Saturday of the month 11 am-4 pm)Adult Strength and Balance Classes (Mon & Fri 5-6 pm)Some activities have space limitations so pre-registering is required.Call Slusser Center at 746-8265.   
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Wicked Cool Science Camp - Morning ONLY Science Camp
Wicked Cool Science Camp is coming to Hopkinton again!!!This year’s science camp will take place August 12th -16th at Harold Martin School.  Options are available for half day ($195, am or pm) or full day ($325) camp.  Children grades K-5 are invited to attend.  9 am-12 pm session:  Rocket Science 2019A perennial favorite returns! Build and launch our favorite solid fuel rocket, the customizable E2X, perfect for the young aerospace engineer. Keep a Commander’s log as you investigate the solar system, design a satellite, and build a space base for an astronaut. Blast off with a solid fuel high-flying rocket launch at the end of the week, weather permitting. Continue with the flight plan and launch water rockets, make galactic slime, and map distant constellations as part of your out-of-the-world lunar journey. Entering grades K-5, half-day only.12-1 pm Lunch Break for Full Day Kids1-4 pm session: Lego WeDo 2.0Learn to program free roaming LEGO robots and make science come to life!  Get in gear with LEGO's new updated software to build and use an iPad to program Milo the science rover and other fun untethered robots.  In the morning, explore guided robotics projects to create a shake table to test house designs to withstand an earthquake or create a bot to sort and recycle items.Entering grades K-5, half day onlyAll children who are attending the full day should bring their own lunch. Last day to register is August 5! Wicked Cool Science requires all parents to sign their kids out at the end of the day. Parents need to provide a note if their child will be walking home from the program.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Wicked Cool Science Camp - Full Day Science Camp
Wicked Cool Science Camp is coming to Hopkinton again!!!This year’s science camp will take place August 12th -16th at Harold Martin School.  Options are available for half day ($195, am or pm) or full day ($325) camp.  Children grades K-5 are invited to attend.  9 am-12 pm session:  Rocket Science 2019A perennial favorite returns! Build and launch our favorite solid fuel rocket, the customizable E2X, perfect for the young aerospace engineer. Keep a Commander’s log as you investigate the solar system, design a satellite, and build a space base for an astronaut. Blast off with a solid fuel high-flying rocket launch at the end of the week, weather permitting. Continue with the flight plan and launch water rockets, make galactic slime, and map distant constellations as part of your out-of-the-world lunar journey. Entering grades K-5, half-day only.12-1 pm Lunch Break for Full Day Kids1-4 pm session: Lego WeDo 2.0Learn to program free roaming LEGO robots and make science come to life!  Get in gear with LEGO's new updated software to build and use an iPad to program Milo the science rover and other fun untethered robots.  In the morning, explore guided robotics projects to create a shake table to test house designs to withstand an earthquake or create a bot to sort and recycle items.Entering grades K-5, half day onlyAll children who are attending the full day should bring their own lunch. Last day to register is August 5! Wicked Cool Science requires all parents to sign their kids out at the end of the day. Parents need to provide a note if their child will be walking home from the program.
 
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Wicked Cool Science Camp - Afternoon ONLY Science Camp
Wicked Cool Science Camp is coming to Hopkinton again!!!This year’s science camp will take place August 12th -16th at Harold Martin School.  Options are available for half day ($195, am or pm) or full day ($325) camp.  Children grades K-5 are invited to attend.  9 am-12 pm session:  Rocket Science 2019A perennial favorite returns! Build and launch our favorite solid fuel rocket, the customizable E2X, perfect for the young aerospace engineer. Keep a Commander’s log as you investigate the solar system, design a satellite, and build a space base for an astronaut. Blast off with a solid fuel high-flying rocket launch at the end of the week, weather permitting. Continue with the flight plan and launch water rockets, make galactic slime, and map distant constellations as part of your out-of-the-world lunar journey. Entering grades K-5, half-day only.12-1 pm Lunch Break for Full Day Kids1-4 pm session: Lego WeDo 2.0Learn to program free roaming LEGO robots and make science come to life!  Get in gear with LEGO's new updated software to build and use an iPad to program Milo the science rover and other fun untethered robots.  In the morning, explore guided robotics projects to create a shake table to test house designs to withstand an earthquake or create a bot to sort and recycle items.Entering grades K-5, half day onlyAll children who are attending the full day should bring their own lunch. Last day to register is August 5! Wicked Cool Science requires all parents to sign their kids out at the end of the day. Parents need to provide a note if their child will be walking home from the program.
 
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM    Town Band Concerts
 
Thursday August 15, 2019
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Music Camp - Hopkinton Music Camp- grades 5-8
Hopkinton Music Camp is a five-day morning camp open to all students entering grades 5-8 who are interested in singing or playing an instrument. Campers will have opportunities to sing in a chorus, play in a band, and participate in music-elective activities. The camp will conclude with a final concert that is open to the public on the morning of 8/16.  When signing up, please note the primary instrument your child would like to play at camp (clarinet, voice, saxophone, etc.) There will be opportunities for campers to play and sing on more than one instrument if they so choose.  Campers can also sign up for music elective activities to be announced on the first day of camp. Options may include: Guitar, African Drumming, Bucket Drumming, and Jazz Band. Camp Staff: Ben Levergood, MSS and MS Jazz Band Music Director Bridgett Gattie, HMHS Music Director Dates: August 12th -16th Times: 8 am -12 pm Location: Room 1 Maple Street School Performance: Friday, August 16th at 11 am Cost: $80 for the week Last day to register is August 5. Scholarships are available. Please contact the Rec Department, Ben Levergood, or Bridgett Gattie if in need.
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area - Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area
Come enjoy the many recreational opportunities at Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area47 Kimball Lake Dr. in Hopkintonopen: dawn to duskEnjoy: Great fishing off the dock or from a non-motorized boatKayak or canoe Kimball Lake (BYO)Enjoy a stroll along a 4.5 mile loop of the Hopkinton Village Greenway Trail Plan a family picnic Read a book on the porch or sit along the shore in an Adirondack chairRent a cabin for a birthday party, group meeting, family function or camping Just relax and enjoy the view!
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Strong Living 50+ Programs - Strong Living 50+ Programs
Intermediate Line Dancing Mon & Wed 10 amThe Intermediate Line Dancing group meets from 10:00-11:30 am on Mondays & Wednesdays in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a fun class to work on your skills in the art of line dancing!There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please come just before 10:00 am on a Monday or Wednesday.  Strength Exercises Tues & Thurs 9-10 amStrength Exercise is a non-aerobic program at the Slusser Center designed for seniors to strengthen bones and improve balance, thereby helping seniors to maintain their independence. Included in the program are exercise routines using ankle weights and hand weights, as well as stretching and balance exercises. Increasing weight adds to the intensity of the program. Participants are encouraged to increase ankle and hand weights gradually or whenever they feel it is possible. Seniors age 50+ of all ability levels are welcome. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.Any senior age 50+ who wants to join the Strength Exercise Classes, please come and speak with the instructor, Gloria Symonds, on a Tuesday or Thursday just before 9:00 am. Strength & Balance Mon & Wed 3-4 pmThe Strength and Balance Exercise Class meets every Monday and Wednesday from 3:00-4:00 pm at the Slusser Center. The class provides weight training, stretching, and balance exercises which will provide a foundation for increased quality of life for our seniors and a place to be encouraged to become stronger individuals.The program is based on the former Strong Living program developed by Tufts University. The program consists of a series of lower body, core, and upper body exercises. The leader monitors the form of the participants and provides correction if necessary. Each participant determines the amount of weight lifted and is encouraged by the leader to increase weights within his or her ability.There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please speak with the leader, Judy Sanborn, just before 3:00 pm on a Monday or Wednesday.  Chair Yoga Mon and Fri 9-10 amChair Yoga meets in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a gentle, chair based yoga for any level. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted. To join this class, please come and speak with the instructor just before 9:00 am on a Monday or Friday.
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Senior Daytime Activities - Senior Daytime Activities
Join us Monday - Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm at the Slusser Center for a variety of Senior activities!  (ages 50+) Strength & Balance Exercises (Mon & Wed 3-4 pm) Strength Exercises (Tues & Thurs 9-10 am) Free Blood Pressure Checks (Wed 11:30 am-12 pm) Senior Lunch (Wed 12-1 pm) $4 donation suggested  Intermediate Line Dancing (Mon & Wed 10-11:30 am) Knitting Group (Tues 1:30 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Quilting Group (Thurs 10 am-4 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Cribbage (Tues 1-3:30 pm - Free)Learn to Play Cribbage (call the Rec Dept. at 746-8263 and we will set up a private lesson!) Bingo (1st and 3rd Fri 1-3 pm) Scrabble (Wednesdays 1-3 pm) Card Making (Wed 12:45 pm & Fri 1 pm usually 2nd week of the month) Mah Jongg Games (every Fri 1-3 pm) Memoirs Class (every other Tuesday 12:15-1:15 pm - No Classes in July and August) VNA Health Clinic (1st Thurs 10 am-1 pm) Call Nurse ahead for appointment, at 410-9953. $10 suggested donation. Crocheting Program (Thursdays 1:30 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Lessons available!We also have Adult activities! (ages 18+)  Beginner Tai Chi Class (Thurs 6-7 pm)  Tai Chi Group (Tues 6-8 pm, Sat 8:30-10:30 am) Community Scrapbooking & Crafts Club (2nd Fri 7-9 pm, 4th Sunday 1:30-5 pm)Sit and Sew (4th Saturday of the month 11 am-4 pm)Adult Strength and Balance Classes (Mon & Fri 5-6 pm)Some activities have space limitations so pre-registering is required.Call Slusser Center at 746-8265.   
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Wicked Cool Science Camp - Morning ONLY Science Camp
Wicked Cool Science Camp is coming to Hopkinton again!!!This year’s science camp will take place August 12th -16th at Harold Martin School.  Options are available for half day ($195, am or pm) or full day ($325) camp.  Children grades K-5 are invited to attend.  9 am-12 pm session:  Rocket Science 2019A perennial favorite returns! Build and launch our favorite solid fuel rocket, the customizable E2X, perfect for the young aerospace engineer. Keep a Commander’s log as you investigate the solar system, design a satellite, and build a space base for an astronaut. Blast off with a solid fuel high-flying rocket launch at the end of the week, weather permitting. Continue with the flight plan and launch water rockets, make galactic slime, and map distant constellations as part of your out-of-the-world lunar journey. Entering grades K-5, half-day only.12-1 pm Lunch Break for Full Day Kids1-4 pm session: Lego WeDo 2.0Learn to program free roaming LEGO robots and make science come to life!  Get in gear with LEGO's new updated software to build and use an iPad to program Milo the science rover and other fun untethered robots.  In the morning, explore guided robotics projects to create a shake table to test house designs to withstand an earthquake or create a bot to sort and recycle items.Entering grades K-5, half day onlyAll children who are attending the full day should bring their own lunch. Last day to register is August 5! Wicked Cool Science requires all parents to sign their kids out at the end of the day. Parents need to provide a note if their child will be walking home from the program.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Wicked Cool Science Camp - Full Day Science Camp
Wicked Cool Science Camp is coming to Hopkinton again!!!This year’s science camp will take place August 12th -16th at Harold Martin School.  Options are available for half day ($195, am or pm) or full day ($325) camp.  Children grades K-5 are invited to attend.  9 am-12 pm session:  Rocket Science 2019A perennial favorite returns! Build and launch our favorite solid fuel rocket, the customizable E2X, perfect for the young aerospace engineer. Keep a Commander’s log as you investigate the solar system, design a satellite, and build a space base for an astronaut. Blast off with a solid fuel high-flying rocket launch at the end of the week, weather permitting. Continue with the flight plan and launch water rockets, make galactic slime, and map distant constellations as part of your out-of-the-world lunar journey. Entering grades K-5, half-day only.12-1 pm Lunch Break for Full Day Kids1-4 pm session: Lego WeDo 2.0Learn to program free roaming LEGO robots and make science come to life!  Get in gear with LEGO's new updated software to build and use an iPad to program Milo the science rover and other fun untethered robots.  In the morning, explore guided robotics projects to create a shake table to test house designs to withstand an earthquake or create a bot to sort and recycle items.Entering grades K-5, half day onlyAll children who are attending the full day should bring their own lunch. Last day to register is August 5! Wicked Cool Science requires all parents to sign their kids out at the end of the day. Parents need to provide a note if their child will be walking home from the program.
 
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Wicked Cool Science Camp - Afternoon ONLY Science Camp
Wicked Cool Science Camp is coming to Hopkinton again!!!This year’s science camp will take place August 12th -16th at Harold Martin School.  Options are available for half day ($195, am or pm) or full day ($325) camp.  Children grades K-5 are invited to attend.  9 am-12 pm session:  Rocket Science 2019A perennial favorite returns! Build and launch our favorite solid fuel rocket, the customizable E2X, perfect for the young aerospace engineer. Keep a Commander’s log as you investigate the solar system, design a satellite, and build a space base for an astronaut. Blast off with a solid fuel high-flying rocket launch at the end of the week, weather permitting. Continue with the flight plan and launch water rockets, make galactic slime, and map distant constellations as part of your out-of-the-world lunar journey. Entering grades K-5, half-day only.12-1 pm Lunch Break for Full Day Kids1-4 pm session: Lego WeDo 2.0Learn to program free roaming LEGO robots and make science come to life!  Get in gear with LEGO's new updated software to build and use an iPad to program Milo the science rover and other fun untethered robots.  In the morning, explore guided robotics projects to create a shake table to test house designs to withstand an earthquake or create a bot to sort and recycle items.Entering grades K-5, half day onlyAll children who are attending the full day should bring their own lunch. Last day to register is August 5! Wicked Cool Science requires all parents to sign their kids out at the end of the day. Parents need to provide a note if their child will be walking home from the program.
 
5:30 PM - 8:00 PM    Soccer Club Games
 
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Tai Chi Classes - Beginner Tai Chi (Thurs 2015)
Beginner Tai Chi Class: Meets on Thursdays from 6:00-7:00 PM.Experienced Tai Chi Classes: Meet on Tuesdays from 6:00-8:00 PM, and on Saturdays from 8:30-10:30 AM.All Tai Chi Classes are held in the Exercise Room on the lower level of the Slusser Center.There is a fee of $7.50 per class.Come just before class time to sign up with the instructor.
 
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Women's Pick-up Soccer - Women's Pickup Soccer
Join us on Thursdays at 6 pm for Women's Pick-up Soccer.  All women 18+ are invited to attend.This 6 week program runs July 18-August 29 at the Park Avenue field (539 Park Ave.)Safety equipment is needed - bring a mouth guard and shin pads. This is a free activity for Hopkinton and Contoocook residents.  Non-residents pay $10.  Everyone needs to register in advance.
 
Friday August 16, 2019
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Music Camp - Hopkinton Music Camp- grades 5-8
Hopkinton Music Camp is a five-day morning camp open to all students entering grades 5-8 who are interested in singing or playing an instrument. Campers will have opportunities to sing in a chorus, play in a band, and participate in music-elective activities. The camp will conclude with a final concert that is open to the public on the morning of 8/16.  When signing up, please note the primary instrument your child would like to play at camp (clarinet, voice, saxophone, etc.) There will be opportunities for campers to play and sing on more than one instrument if they so choose.  Campers can also sign up for music elective activities to be announced on the first day of camp. Options may include: Guitar, African Drumming, Bucket Drumming, and Jazz Band. Camp Staff: Ben Levergood, MSS and MS Jazz Band Music Director Bridgett Gattie, HMHS Music Director Dates: August 12th -16th Times: 8 am -12 pm Location: Room 1 Maple Street School Performance: Friday, August 16th at 11 am Cost: $80 for the week Last day to register is August 5. Scholarships are available. Please contact the Rec Department, Ben Levergood, or Bridgett Gattie if in need.
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area - Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area
Come enjoy the many recreational opportunities at Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area47 Kimball Lake Dr. in Hopkintonopen: dawn to duskEnjoy: Great fishing off the dock or from a non-motorized boatKayak or canoe Kimball Lake (BYO)Enjoy a stroll along a 4.5 mile loop of the Hopkinton Village Greenway Trail Plan a family picnic Read a book on the porch or sit along the shore in an Adirondack chairRent a cabin for a birthday party, group meeting, family function or camping Just relax and enjoy the view!
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Strong Living 50+ Programs - Strong Living 50+ Programs
Intermediate Line Dancing Mon & Wed 10 amThe Intermediate Line Dancing group meets from 10:00-11:30 am on Mondays & Wednesdays in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a fun class to work on your skills in the art of line dancing!There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please come just before 10:00 am on a Monday or Wednesday.  Strength Exercises Tues & Thurs 9-10 amStrength Exercise is a non-aerobic program at the Slusser Center designed for seniors to strengthen bones and improve balance, thereby helping seniors to maintain their independence. Included in the program are exercise routines using ankle weights and hand weights, as well as stretching and balance exercises. Increasing weight adds to the intensity of the program. Participants are encouraged to increase ankle and hand weights gradually or whenever they feel it is possible. Seniors age 50+ of all ability levels are welcome. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.Any senior age 50+ who wants to join the Strength Exercise Classes, please come and speak with the instructor, Gloria Symonds, on a Tuesday or Thursday just before 9:00 am. Strength & Balance Mon & Wed 3-4 pmThe Strength and Balance Exercise Class meets every Monday and Wednesday from 3:00-4:00 pm at the Slusser Center. The class provides weight training, stretching, and balance exercises which will provide a foundation for increased quality of life for our seniors and a place to be encouraged to become stronger individuals.The program is based on the former Strong Living program developed by Tufts University. The program consists of a series of lower body, core, and upper body exercises. The leader monitors the form of the participants and provides correction if necessary. Each participant determines the amount of weight lifted and is encouraged by the leader to increase weights within his or her ability.There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please speak with the leader, Judy Sanborn, just before 3:00 pm on a Monday or Wednesday.  Chair Yoga Mon and Fri 9-10 amChair Yoga meets in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a gentle, chair based yoga for any level. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted. To join this class, please come and speak with the instructor just before 9:00 am on a Monday or Friday.
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Senior Daytime Activities - Senior Daytime Activities
Join us Monday - Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm at the Slusser Center for a variety of Senior activities!  (ages 50+) Strength & Balance Exercises (Mon & Wed 3-4 pm) Strength Exercises (Tues & Thurs 9-10 am) Free Blood Pressure Checks (Wed 11:30 am-12 pm) Senior Lunch (Wed 12-1 pm) $4 donation suggested  Intermediate Line Dancing (Mon & Wed 10-11:30 am) Knitting Group (Tues 1:30 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Quilting Group (Thurs 10 am-4 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Cribbage (Tues 1-3:30 pm - Free)Learn to Play Cribbage (call the Rec Dept. at 746-8263 and we will set up a private lesson!) Bingo (1st and 3rd Fri 1-3 pm) Scrabble (Wednesdays 1-3 pm) Card Making (Wed 12:45 pm & Fri 1 pm usually 2nd week of the month) Mah Jongg Games (every Fri 1-3 pm) Memoirs Class (every other Tuesday 12:15-1:15 pm - No Classes in July and August) VNA Health Clinic (1st Thurs 10 am-1 pm) Call Nurse ahead for appointment, at 410-9953. $10 suggested donation. Crocheting Program (Thursdays 1:30 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Lessons available!We also have Adult activities! (ages 18+)  Beginner Tai Chi Class (Thurs 6-7 pm)  Tai Chi Group (Tues 6-8 pm, Sat 8:30-10:30 am) Community Scrapbooking & Crafts Club (2nd Fri 7-9 pm, 4th Sunday 1:30-5 pm)Sit and Sew (4th Saturday of the month 11 am-4 pm)Adult Strength and Balance Classes (Mon & Fri 5-6 pm)Some activities have space limitations so pre-registering is required.Call Slusser Center at 746-8265.   
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Wicked Cool Science Camp - Morning ONLY Science Camp
Wicked Cool Science Camp is coming to Hopkinton again!!!This year’s science camp will take place August 12th -16th at Harold Martin School.  Options are available for half day ($195, am or pm) or full day ($325) camp.  Children grades K-5 are invited to attend.  9 am-12 pm session:  Rocket Science 2019A perennial favorite returns! Build and launch our favorite solid fuel rocket, the customizable E2X, perfect for the young aerospace engineer. Keep a Commander’s log as you investigate the solar system, design a satellite, and build a space base for an astronaut. Blast off with a solid fuel high-flying rocket launch at the end of the week, weather permitting. Continue with the flight plan and launch water rockets, make galactic slime, and map distant constellations as part of your out-of-the-world lunar journey. Entering grades K-5, half-day only.12-1 pm Lunch Break for Full Day Kids1-4 pm session: Lego WeDo 2.0Learn to program free roaming LEGO robots and make science come to life!  Get in gear with LEGO's new updated software to build and use an iPad to program Milo the science rover and other fun untethered robots.  In the morning, explore guided robotics projects to create a shake table to test house designs to withstand an earthquake or create a bot to sort and recycle items.Entering grades K-5, half day onlyAll children who are attending the full day should bring their own lunch. Last day to register is August 5! Wicked Cool Science requires all parents to sign their kids out at the end of the day. Parents need to provide a note if their child will be walking home from the program.
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Wicked Cool Science Camp - Full Day Science Camp
Wicked Cool Science Camp is coming to Hopkinton again!!!This year’s science camp will take place August 12th -16th at Harold Martin School.  Options are available for half day ($195, am or pm) or full day ($325) camp.  Children grades K-5 are invited to attend.  9 am-12 pm session:  Rocket Science 2019A perennial favorite returns! Build and launch our favorite solid fuel rocket, the customizable E2X, perfect for the young aerospace engineer. Keep a Commander’s log as you investigate the solar system, design a satellite, and build a space base for an astronaut. Blast off with a solid fuel high-flying rocket launch at the end of the week, weather permitting. Continue with the flight plan and launch water rockets, make galactic slime, and map distant constellations as part of your out-of-the-world lunar journey. Entering grades K-5, half-day only.12-1 pm Lunch Break for Full Day Kids1-4 pm session: Lego WeDo 2.0Learn to program free roaming LEGO robots and make science come to life!  Get in gear with LEGO's new updated software to build and use an iPad to program Milo the science rover and other fun untethered robots.  In the morning, explore guided robotics projects to create a shake table to test house designs to withstand an earthquake or create a bot to sort and recycle items.Entering grades K-5, half day onlyAll children who are attending the full day should bring their own lunch. Last day to register is August 5! Wicked Cool Science requires all parents to sign their kids out at the end of the day. Parents need to provide a note if their child will be walking home from the program.
 
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Wicked Cool Science Camp - Afternoon ONLY Science Camp
Wicked Cool Science Camp is coming to Hopkinton again!!!This year’s science camp will take place August 12th -16th at Harold Martin School.  Options are available for half day ($195, am or pm) or full day ($325) camp.  Children grades K-5 are invited to attend.  9 am-12 pm session:  Rocket Science 2019A perennial favorite returns! Build and launch our favorite solid fuel rocket, the customizable E2X, perfect for the young aerospace engineer. Keep a Commander’s log as you investigate the solar system, design a satellite, and build a space base for an astronaut. Blast off with a solid fuel high-flying rocket launch at the end of the week, weather permitting. Continue with the flight plan and launch water rockets, make galactic slime, and map distant constellations as part of your out-of-the-world lunar journey. Entering grades K-5, half-day only.12-1 pm Lunch Break for Full Day Kids1-4 pm session: Lego WeDo 2.0Learn to program free roaming LEGO robots and make science come to life!  Get in gear with LEGO's new updated software to build and use an iPad to program Milo the science rover and other fun untethered robots.  In the morning, explore guided robotics projects to create a shake table to test house designs to withstand an earthquake or create a bot to sort and recycle items.Entering grades K-5, half day onlyAll children who are attending the full day should bring their own lunch. Last day to register is August 5! Wicked Cool Science requires all parents to sign their kids out at the end of the day. Parents need to provide a note if their child will be walking home from the program.
 
Saturday August 17, 2019
8:00 AM - 2:00 PM    Farmer's Market
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area - Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area
Come enjoy the many recreational opportunities at Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area47 Kimball Lake Dr. in Hopkintonopen: dawn to duskEnjoy: Great fishing off the dock or from a non-motorized boatKayak or canoe Kimball Lake (BYO)Enjoy a stroll along a 4.5 mile loop of the Hopkinton Village Greenway Trail Plan a family picnic Read a book on the porch or sit along the shore in an Adirondack chairRent a cabin for a birthday party, group meeting, family function or camping Just relax and enjoy the view!
 
8:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Tai Chi Classes - Experienced Tai Chi (Sat 2015)
Beginner Tai Chi Class: Meets on Thursdays from 6:00-7:00 PM.Experienced Tai Chi Classes: Meet on Tuesdays from 6:00-8:00 PM, and on Saturdays from 8:30-10:30 AM.All Tai Chi Classes are held in the Exercise Room on the lower level of the Slusser Center.There is a fee of $7.50 per class.Come just before class time to sign up with the instructor.
 
Sunday August 18, 2019
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Scout Event
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area - Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area
Come enjoy the many recreational opportunities at Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area47 Kimball Lake Dr. in Hopkintonopen: dawn to duskEnjoy: Great fishing off the dock or from a non-motorized boatKayak or canoe Kimball Lake (BYO)Enjoy a stroll along a 4.5 mile loop of the Hopkinton Village Greenway Trail Plan a family picnic Read a book on the porch or sit along the shore in an Adirondack chairRent a cabin for a birthday party, group meeting, family function or camping Just relax and enjoy the view!
 
1:30 PM - 5:00 PM    Scrapbooking & Crafts - Scrapbook & Crafts (Sun)
Each month, the Community Scrapbooking & Crafts Club meets on the second Friday from 7:00-9:00 PM, and the fourth Sunday from 1:30-5:00 PM, at the Slusser Center. All ages are welcome!
 
Monday August 19, 2019
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area - Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area
Come enjoy the many recreational opportunities at Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area47 Kimball Lake Dr. in Hopkintonopen: dawn to duskEnjoy: Great fishing off the dock or from a non-motorized boatKayak or canoe Kimball Lake (BYO)Enjoy a stroll along a 4.5 mile loop of the Hopkinton Village Greenway Trail Plan a family picnic Read a book on the porch or sit along the shore in an Adirondack chairRent a cabin for a birthday party, group meeting, family function or camping Just relax and enjoy the view!
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Strong Living 50+ Programs - Strong Living 50+ Programs
Intermediate Line Dancing Mon & Wed 10 amThe Intermediate Line Dancing group meets from 10:00-11:30 am on Mondays & Wednesdays in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a fun class to work on your skills in the art of line dancing!There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please come just before 10:00 am on a Monday or Wednesday.  Strength Exercises Tues & Thurs 9-10 amStrength Exercise is a non-aerobic program at the Slusser Center designed for seniors to strengthen bones and improve balance, thereby helping seniors to maintain their independence. Included in the program are exercise routines using ankle weights and hand weights, as well as stretching and balance exercises. Increasing weight adds to the intensity of the program. Participants are encouraged to increase ankle and hand weights gradually or whenever they feel it is possible. Seniors age 50+ of all ability levels are welcome. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.Any senior age 50+ who wants to join the Strength Exercise Classes, please come and speak with the instructor, Gloria Symonds, on a Tuesday or Thursday just before 9:00 am. Strength & Balance Mon & Wed 3-4 pmThe Strength and Balance Exercise Class meets every Monday and Wednesday from 3:00-4:00 pm at the Slusser Center. The class provides weight training, stretching, and balance exercises which will provide a foundation for increased quality of life for our seniors and a place to be encouraged to become stronger individuals.The program is based on the former Strong Living program developed by Tufts University. The program consists of a series of lower body, core, and upper body exercises. The leader monitors the form of the participants and provides correction if necessary. Each participant determines the amount of weight lifted and is encouraged by the leader to increase weights within his or her ability.There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please speak with the leader, Judy Sanborn, just before 3:00 pm on a Monday or Wednesday.  Chair Yoga Mon and Fri 9-10 amChair Yoga meets in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a gentle, chair based yoga for any level. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted. To join this class, please come and speak with the instructor just before 9:00 am on a Monday or Friday.
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Senior Daytime Activities - Senior Daytime Activities
Join us Monday - Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm at the Slusser Center for a variety of Senior activities!  (ages 50+) Strength & Balance Exercises (Mon & Wed 3-4 pm) Strength Exercises (Tues & Thurs 9-10 am) Free Blood Pressure Checks (Wed 11:30 am-12 pm) Senior Lunch (Wed 12-1 pm) $4 donation suggested  Intermediate Line Dancing (Mon & Wed 10-11:30 am) Knitting Group (Tues 1:30 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Quilting Group (Thurs 10 am-4 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Cribbage (Tues 1-3:30 pm - Free)Learn to Play Cribbage (call the Rec Dept. at 746-8263 and we will set up a private lesson!) Bingo (1st and 3rd Fri 1-3 pm) Scrabble (Wednesdays 1-3 pm) Card Making (Wed 12:45 pm & Fri 1 pm usually 2nd week of the month) Mah Jongg Games (every Fri 1-3 pm) Memoirs Class (every other Tuesday 12:15-1:15 pm - No Classes in July and August) VNA Health Clinic (1st Thurs 10 am-1 pm) Call Nurse ahead for appointment, at 410-9953. $10 suggested donation. Crocheting Program (Thursdays 1:30 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Lessons available!We also have Adult activities! (ages 18+)  Beginner Tai Chi Class (Thurs 6-7 pm)  Tai Chi Group (Tues 6-8 pm, Sat 8:30-10:30 am) Community Scrapbooking & Crafts Club (2nd Fri 7-9 pm, 4th Sunday 1:30-5 pm)Sit and Sew (4th Saturday of the month 11 am-4 pm)Adult Strength and Balance Classes (Mon & Fri 5-6 pm)Some activities have space limitations so pre-registering is required.Call Slusser Center at 746-8265.   
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    British Soccer Camp 2019 - 2018 British Soccer Camp
HOPKINTON RECREATION DEPARTMENT August 19-23  - Houston Soccer Field   Mini Soccer           8-9 am                      Ages 3-5yrs          $72 Half Day                9am   -   12pm          Ages 6-14yrs        $147 Full Day                 9am   - 4pm              Ages 8-14yrs        $195 Early drop off and late pick up is availablePlease bring a healthy pack lunch for full day campers and a healthy snack for all other camp programs. REGISTER HERE! Any questions, Please Contact: Challenger Sports, Charlotte Owen: cowen@challengersports.com   or Hopkinton Recreation Department:   recreation@hopkinton-nh.gov
 
Tuesday August 20, 2019
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area - Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area
Come enjoy the many recreational opportunities at Kimball Lake Cabins Recreation Area47 Kimball Lake Dr. in Hopkintonopen: dawn to duskEnjoy: Great fishing off the dock or from a non-motorized boatKayak or canoe Kimball Lake (BYO)Enjoy a stroll along a 4.5 mile loop of the Hopkinton Village Greenway Trail Plan a family picnic Read a book on the porch or sit along the shore in an Adirondack chairRent a cabin for a birthday party, group meeting, family function or camping Just relax and enjoy the view!
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Strong Living 50+ Programs - Strong Living 50+ Programs
Intermediate Line Dancing Mon & Wed 10 amThe Intermediate Line Dancing group meets from 10:00-11:30 am on Mondays & Wednesdays in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a fun class to work on your skills in the art of line dancing!There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please come just before 10:00 am on a Monday or Wednesday.  Strength Exercises Tues & Thurs 9-10 amStrength Exercise is a non-aerobic program at the Slusser Center designed for seniors to strengthen bones and improve balance, thereby helping seniors to maintain their independence. Included in the program are exercise routines using ankle weights and hand weights, as well as stretching and balance exercises. Increasing weight adds to the intensity of the program. Participants are encouraged to increase ankle and hand weights gradually or whenever they feel it is possible. Seniors age 50+ of all ability levels are welcome. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.Any senior age 50+ who wants to join the Strength Exercise Classes, please come and speak with the instructor, Gloria Symonds, on a Tuesday or Thursday just before 9:00 am. Strength & Balance Mon & Wed 3-4 pmThe Strength and Balance Exercise Class meets every Monday and Wednesday from 3:00-4:00 pm at the Slusser Center. The class provides weight training, stretching, and balance exercises which will provide a foundation for increased quality of life for our seniors and a place to be encouraged to become stronger individuals.The program is based on the former Strong Living program developed by Tufts University. The program consists of a series of lower body, core, and upper body exercises. The leader monitors the form of the participants and provides correction if necessary. Each participant determines the amount of weight lifted and is encouraged by the leader to increase weights within his or her ability.There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please speak with the leader, Judy Sanborn, just before 3:00 pm on a Monday or Wednesday.  Chair Yoga Mon and Fri 9-10 amChair Yoga meets in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a gentle, chair based yoga for any level. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted. To join this class, please come and speak with the instructor just before 9:00 am on a Monday or Friday.
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Senior Daytime Activities - Senior Daytime Activities
Join us Monday - Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm at the Slusser Center for a variety of Senior activities!  (ages 50+) Strength & Balance Exercises (Mon & Wed 3-4 pm) Strength Exercises (Tues & Thurs 9-10 am) Free Blood Pressure Checks (Wed 11:30 am-12 pm) Senior Lunch (Wed 12-1 pm) $4 donation suggested  Intermediate Line Dancing (Mon & Wed 10-11:30 am) Knitting Group (Tues 1:30 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Quilting Group (Thurs 10 am-4 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Cribbage (Tues 1-3:30 pm - Free)Learn to Play Cribbage (call the Rec Dept. at 746-8263 and we will set up a private lesson!) Bingo (1st and 3rd Fri 1-3 pm) Scrabble (Wednesdays 1-3 pm) Card Making (Wed 12:45 pm & Fri 1 pm usually 2nd week of the month) Mah Jongg Games (every Fri 1-3 pm) Memoirs Class (every other Tuesday 12:15-1:15 pm - No Classes in July and August) VNA Health Clinic (1st Thurs 10 am-1 pm) Call Nurse ahead for appointment, at 410-9953. $10 suggested donation. Crocheting Program (Thursdays 1:30 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Lessons available!We also have Adult activities! (ages 18+)  Beginner Tai Chi Class (Thurs 6-7 pm)  Tai Chi Group (Tues 6-8 pm, Sat 8:30-10:30 am) Community Scrapbooking & Crafts Club (2nd Fri 7-9 pm, 4th Sunday 1:30-5 pm)Sit and Sew (4th Saturday of the month 11 am-4 pm)Adult Strength and Balance Classes (Mon & Fri 5-6 pm)Some activities have space limitations so pre-registering is required.Call Slusser Center at 746-8265.   
 
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM    British Soccer Camp 2019 - 2018 British Soccer Camp
HOPKINTON RECREATION DEPARTMENT August 19-23  - Houston Soccer Field   Mini Soccer           8-9 am                      Ages 3-5yrs          $72 Half Day                9am   -   12pm          Ages 6-14yrs        $147 Full Day                 9am   - 4pm              Ages 8-14yrs        $195 Early drop off and late pick up is availablePlease bring a healthy pack lunch for full day campers and a healthy snack for all other camp programs. REGISTER HERE! Any questions, Please Contact: Challenger Sports, Charlotte Owen: cowen@challengersports.com   or Hopkinton Recreation Department:   recreation@hopkinton-nh.gov
 
5:30 PM - 8:00 PM    Soccer Club Games
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Tai Chi Classes - Experienced Tai Chi (Tue 2015)
Beginner Tai Chi Class: Meets on Thursdays from 6:00-7:00 PM.Experienced Tai Chi Classes: Meet on Tuesdays from 6:00-8:00 PM, and on Saturdays from 8:30-10:30 AM.All Tai Chi Classes are held in the Exercise Room on the lower level of the Slusser Center.There is a fee of $7.50 per class.Come just before class time to sign up with the instructor.