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|Tue, Feb 21st||Class on White Privilege|
The Plymouth Church in Framingham is pleased to offer "Waking Up White," a seven-week course to equip participants in the conversation about privilege. How do we have hard conversations while holding fast to our beliefs? Can we disagree, yet still be kind in our efforts to understand? Using Debby Irving's 2014 book, Waking Up White: And Finding Myself in the Story of Race, the class will examine how white Americans are socialized, how to reconsider the roots of their perspective, and their own role in dismantling old myths.The class will meet on Tuesdays, from 7:00-8:30 p.m., beginning February 21; and on Thursdays, from 2:00-3:30 p.m., beginning February 23.This class is free and open to the public. Facilitated by Rob Schadt and the Rev. Gregory Morisse, each class is limited to 15 participants, who are expected to attend all seven weeks. To sign up, contact the Plymouth Church Office at 508.875.1364.The Plymouth Church is located at 87 Edgell Road in Framingham.
|Tue, Feb 21st||February School Vacation Workshops at Community Kiln|
Spend your vacation week creating with clay! Students Ages 6-13 will learn hand building techniques such as slab, pinch, and coil to create original works of ceramic art; ages 10-13 will get a chance to explore the potter's wheel. Teens will work on the wheel and learn techniques such as wedging, centering, and forming. After the student uses underglazes to add color to their unique design, works will be fired in the kiln and parents will be notified when ready to pick up. All supplies included. Cost $160-$170.Create with Clay: Ages 6-9, 9am-12pmKids Clay Combo: Ages 10-13, (1-4pm)High School Wheelthrowing, (9am-12pm)Location: Community Kiln Address: 46 Park St, Framingham MA 01702E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone Number: 508-309-4604
|Wed, Feb 22nd||February Vacation Craft: Paper Dolls|
Edgell Memorial Library, 3 Oak St, Framingham. Discover Framingham's fashion from a new perspective! Children ages 7 and up are invited to cut, color and play with paper dolls ranging from colonial soldiers to 1920s flappers. Fashion coloring pages and a scavenger hunt of the History in the Stitches exhibit will also be available. No registration required. FHC Members (parents and/or grandparents) are free, Non-members $5/child
|Sun, Feb 26th||International Dinner and Open Mic|
Join us on February 26 at 5:30pm for a celebration of the people of Open Spirit–your spirit, your devotion, your gifts! We will share a meal with dishes from around the world, followed by dessert and a coffee-house-style Open Mic. Bring your guitar, your drums, your voice, your poetry, or just yourself and a friend!If you have a favorite international dish you would like to share, please contact Debbie at email@example.com. Please do the same if you know you’d like to share something for the Open Mic!Please RSVP to the email above or register on our website to help us prepare for the right number of people.For further information, click here.
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