On Tuesday, December 6, the Lions sponsored our yearly high school speech contest, with Ryan Darbhanga taking first place, and Eva Bennet in second place.  Ryan will represent Hopkinton at the next contest level in January.

On Saturday, April 2, the Lions worked with the Hopkinton Senior Center to host our second Repair Cafe, where handymen (and -women) volunteers fixed household items brought in by folks in the community.

On Wednesday, March 29, the Lions sponsored our Musical Bingo at the Ashland Fish and Game Club, along with the Ashland Lions Club, for a fun night of music, games, and prizes.


(contact for more info on these items)

  • Oct 5Next club meeting, 6:30 PM, Location TBD
  • September 23: Hopkinton Family Day -- we're currently looking for volunteers to sit in ourDunk Tank; please contact us if you're interested in participating
  • September 30: Repair Fair: something broken? we'll fix it. Info here.


Our Lions Club, a part of Hopkinton, Massachusetts, since 1975, is dedicated to actively supporting the needs of our local community, as evidenced by our motto, "We Serve".


Click here to learn about donating used eyeglasses, participating in our upcoming seminars and events, and reviewing our history of club activities.

See Lions on HCAM Hopkinton Hangout Hour

here (Jan, 2021, @ 30-minute) and here (Apr, 2021)

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Interested in becoming a member of the Hopkinton Lions Club, or just learning more about the group?  (contact us here


Click here to read about our history in the Hopkinton area for the past 40 years.  Here is an additional message from our membership chairman, along with information on how to contact us with any further questions or interest you may have in the club.