Support the arts and creativity in your community.

We now have a stunning new center thanks to the generosity of hundreds of people and organizations in our state and community.  To help support critical operating expenses, we count on Donations and Memberships. Our campus serves thousands of people annually, including children, seniors, veterans, and people with disabilities. Your membership will enable HCA to continue to create new possibilities for HCA students and visitors.

> Click here to sign up now to become a member.

If you would like to mail in your payment, kindly download and fill out this membership form.

THE SMALL PRINT!

Student and Senior Membership – We all are students of life, but the student discount only is available to
those currently in a degree bearing course of study. The senior discount is available to individuals 62 years of
age and older.

Individual – Not surprisingly, available to individuals.

Couple Membership – A couple is two, so available to two individuals.

Family Membership – Available to up to five immediate family members. Please note that the discounts included with the Family Membership will be available only to those family members identified when signing up!

Contributor, Advocate, Patron, and Benefactor Membership – Available to one and all!

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Discount Off Performances – Applies only to HCA performances. The discount does not apply to performances by Enter Stage Left Theater.

Discount Off HCA Party Rentals – Please see one of our Executive Directors for pricing, dates, times, and other restrictions concerning the rental of the HCA’s facility.

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The HCA reserves the right to change membership benefits at any time.

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Tax Deduction Information – The Hopkinton Center for Arts is a private, non-profit, 501(c)(3) cultural institution. The IRS considers charitable contributions as the difference between your gift and the “fair market value” of any goods or services received in exchange. The gift amount minus the value of benefits received by the donor may be considered tax deductible to the extent allowable by law. Valued benefits can be waived by the donor, allowing the full donation to be considered a charitable gift.

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