Community News


Cooperstown baseball team bottle and can drive - Postponed

The next 2018 Cooperstown Baseball Team Bottle and Can Drive will be in January! Thank you for all of the cans thus far and please keep collecting your cans over the holidays!

Bottle and Can Drive Fundraiser
When: Saturday, January 6, 8:00 am - Noon
Where: Hopedale Jr/Sr. High School Parking lot

Too many holiday cans to keep at your place? We will happily pick them up!
Pickup: Call Rick Adamski 508-473-7830

May you all have a wonderful winter break! We hope to see you in the New Year!

The 2018 Cooperstown Baseball Team (Nate, Evan, Will, Ben, Lucas, Carter, CJ, Alex, Jack, JD and Jackson)


HopeDale Youth Baseball Clinic and Registration info

HYBA would like to inform you of the following upcoming items:

1. Beginning on January 20th, we will be holding our winter clinics on Saturdays from 6:30PM to 7:30PM at The Hab in Uxbridge.  There will be 10 weekly clinics, and the cost will be $100 if a player signs up for all 10 clinics or $15 per clinic if the player only wants to attend some of the clinics.

2. Registration for the Spring 2018 season will open on 1/1/18 (and close on 3/18/18).  We will be moving to a new registration system, so you will need to create a new profile.

3. As a reminder, please click on the following link Bat Rule Change.pdf to review the new bat rule change that will go into effect with the Spring 2018 season.

Separate emails will be sent at a later date with additional details regarding the clinics and the new registration process.  If you have any questions, please send an email to hopedaleyouthbaseball@gmail.com.


Milford/Hopedale Youth Lacrosse Registration

If you are interested, please complete enrollment as soon as possible!  Registrations received after December 31st will be charged a $25 late fee. 

Please note: Grades 1-4 and Grades 7-8 are filling up fast. Secure your spots today!

Enroll now at www.milfordmayouthlacrosse.com. Registration issues? please contact amandalind118@gmail.com for assistance .

Additional information can be found here or visit: www.milfordmayouthlacrosse.com


Bancroft memorial Library

January Calendar of Events

January's full moon means it's time  for our traditional Owl Moon hunt. On Wednesday, January 31, children age 3 and older are invited to join us for a night of owl stories, and a hunt through the darkened Marjorie Hattersley Children's Room, for our beautiful white owl.  As always, children should bring a flashlight to light their way on the hunt. Following the stories and owl hunt, we'll enjoy a special winter snack.  Please call Mrs. Kraimer to let us know that your child will be here. This program will begin at 6pm.

Attention Pokemon fans!  We'll be hosting Pokemon trading on Thursday afternoons throughout January, from 3:30 to 4:15pm.  Bring your cards....maybe you'll find just the one you've been looking for!  It's not necessary for parents to stay in the Program Room during this activity.

Story times will resume during the week of January 1 and run through the week of February 5.  Pre-school story time (ages 3-6) are on Tuesdays at 3:30pm, with stories, finger plays, and crafts.
Children in grades K thru 2 are invited to share stories, poems, puzzles and crafts on Wednesdays at 3pm.  Toddler Time, on Thursdays at 11am, includes puppets, music, stories, and flannel board rhymes for children 18 to 36 months. Please call Mrs. Kraimer at 508-634-2209, or e-mail (ekraimer@cwmars,org) for information.

Watch for information about our Valentine Chocolate Fest for grades 5-9, and Bedtime Math, with sessions for children in grades K-2, and 3-5, coming in February!


Hopedale Community House

Click here to see the Hopedale Community House's Schedule.


Sensibility Gym  

A sensory gym for sensational kids

Sensibility Gym Incorporated is a nonprofit corporation serving special needs children in the greater Hopedale, Massachusetts area. Our mission is to provide a parent-led sensory gym, giving children with special needs a safe, fun, indoor area where they can play and accommodate their sensory needs. This is the first of its kind in the metrowest area of Massachusetts.