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Fri, Mar 17th Ladies Night! at Community Kiln
Take a night off and spend time with your best gals! Come with ideas or get inspiration from teacher Cheska Komissar. Make ceramic bowls, mugs, or containers with your girl squad, all while enjoying conversation and laughs. Bring your creative side; we'll provide the fun. Friday March 17, 7-10pm $45 per person Location: 46 Park St, Framingham MA, 01702 E-mail: communitykiln@smoc.org Phone:508- 309-4604
<http://www.brickstack.org/home.html>


Sat, Mar 18th 44th Annual Heritage Craft Fair
Choose FraminghamLooking for something to do with the whole family on a Saturday when it’s still too cold to be outside? Check out the Heritage Craft Fair. 115 artisans from Massachusetts as well as 5 other states in the region will show their wares: Woodworking, clothes, pottery, photos, quilts, glass, lots of goodies to sample, fresh baked goods, jewelry, a raffle and more.Make a day of it, bring Grandma and the kids and have lunch or a snack at the Food Court.Rain or shine, indoors, no stairs, handicapped accessSaturday, March 18th, 10am to 4pmKeefe Tech HS, 750 Winter St, Framingham 01701Adults - $5, Seniors - $4, Kids K-12 - $2.50.Below school age admitted free. Print this article and receive a coupon for each paid entry, worth $1 off any vendor purchase of $10 or more. Coupons may be combined for purchases ($2 off $20, etc.)Read more at www.HeritageChorale.org/fair or call 508-270-3999.
<http://www.HeritageChorale.org/fair>


Sat, Mar 18th Framingham Library Book Sale
With three large rooms filled with books, we have something for everyone. Planning to escape the Massachusetts winter? Stop by the book sale before you go to pick up books, books on CD, and DVDs. At these bargain prices, there’s no need to worry if items get damaged. And if your New Year’s resolution is to de-clutter, think of the Friends first. Small donations can be brought to the Main and Branch libraries during the week, large donations can be brought in on sale days.
<http://framinghamlibrary.org/support-the-library/friends-of-the-library/>


Sat, Mar 18th Veterans Acupuncture Care Metrowest
A local group of volunteer acupuncturists is offering free community acupuncture for veterans, active military, first responders and their families. The program addresses issues related to post combat stress such as sleep, anxiety, panic or other mood changes. VAC is located at St. Andrew's Church 3 Maple St. Framingham MA. The ongoing clinic will be open the hours of 10 a.m.-12 noon every Saturday. Last sitting is 11:30 am. Walk in. No appointment needed. Winter snow cancellation made by 8 a.m., please check facebook page or call info line 508 626 0896 for a message.
<http://vacmetrowest.com>


Sun, Mar 19th Seder Plates (Family Workshop at Community Kiln)
Create beautiful and functional Seder plates for your family’s Passover. Decorate with symbols, colors, and textures that evoke the spirit of the special day. These plates can be used for years to come! Tuition includes all materials and firing. Fired artworks can be picked up 3 weeks after the workshop. Ages 5 and up. Advance registration required; price is per person so register anyone planning to create something. $45 per person. Date: Sunday, March 19 at 1PM to 4PM Location: Community Kiln 46 Park Street, Framingham MA 01702 Phone: 508-309-4604
<http://www.brickstack.org/home.html>


Sun, Mar 19th What Shall We Do With Our Daughters? A Lecture on Mary Ashton Rice Livermore
Presented by Joan Grassey-Spinazola and the Framingham History Center. Mary Livermore was one of the most fascinating women of the 19th century and yet she is practically unknown today. As a suffragist, abolitionist, and co-director of the U.S. Sanitary Commission in Chicago during the Civil War, she travelled across the country giving thousands of inspirational speeches and raising serious money for her various causes. Known as “Queen of the Platform,” she delivered her most famous lecture “What Shall We Do with Our Daughters?” over 800 times. This speech focused on the health of women and girls and blamed the fashions of the day as the cause of many problems. Framingham’s Joan Grassey-Spinazola, a former stand-up comedian who spent years travelling a different kind of circuit, will tell us more about this charismatic woman and her fame. Joan serves on the FHC Program Committee and given visitors’ fascination with the corsets on display in our History in the Stitches exhibition, she thought we should hear from Mary Livermore!Tickets are $5/FHC members, $10/non-members and can be purchased at the door. Questions? Call 508-626-9091 or e-mail laura@framinghamhistory.org.
<http://www.framinghamhistory.org/what-shall-we-do-with-our-daughters-a-lecture-on-mary-ashton-rice-livermore>


Sat, Mar 25th Veterans Acupuncture Care Metrowest
A local group of volunteer acupuncturists is offering free community acupuncture for veterans, active military, first responders and their families. The program addresses issues related to post combat stress such as sleep, anxiety, panic or other mood changes. VAC is located at St. Andrew's Church 3 Maple St. Framingham MA. The ongoing clinic will be open the hours of 10 a.m.-12 noon every Saturday. Last sitting is 11:30 am. Walk in. No appointment needed. Winter snow cancellation made by 8 a.m., please check facebook page or call info line 508 626 0896 for a message.
<http://vacmetrowest.com>


Sun, Mar 26th Plant-Based Chili Cook-Off
Come taste delicious and healthy plant-based chili, made by old friends and new! Pumpkin chili, black bean chili with orange and cumin, butternut black bean chili…and many more we don’t yet know. You will have the opportunity to taste them all, with vegan cornbread and fresh fruit to cleanse your palate, and then you can vote in our friendly competition! There will be music, raffles, and great conversation as well as delicious chili! If you would like to be a “contestant” in this friendly competition, please email info@openspiritcenter.org. Participants are asked to list all ingredients; dishes should not include meat, poultry, dairy, honey or fish. Suggested donation of $10 per person.
<http://www.openspiritcenter.org/events/chili-cook-off-an-open-spirit-fundraiser/>


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