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Sat, Aug 11th
Annual Rummage Sale
Annual Rummage Sale, Saturday, August 11 from 9am to 1pm at First United Methodist Church, 360 Water St, Framingham. Clothing, White Elephant, Dishes and Glassware, Jewelry, Nick-Knacks etc., Refreshments. Come look for that next special discovery! Eail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fri, Aug 17th
Metrowest Veterans Council at McAulliffe Library
Friday is right around the corner and it will be the second meeting for the Metrowest Veterans Council, consisting of any and all veterans who are interested in participating with us. Do not be shy, we need you. Please attend, you can make a difference and help our brothers at the same time.This meeting is very important to attend, why, the city is going to take a Mellon Fund left to the Veterans about 32 years ago, amounting to $4007, that was designated to the PTSD program here in town. There were prior meetings whereas Mr.Giombetti sanctioned that move to give it to the PTSD program , just before leaving the town Board of Selectmen.I have all the communication regarding this fiasco. Unfortunately Mr. Halpin and Mr. Harvell set there sights on the money, You might want to spend a little time with us on Friday and learn how little some people in the city look at us veterans. Jeff Cox who was President of the Veterans Council before being called up to Germany was instrumental in getting access to these funds.It remained in limbo, and I and others thought at that time it would no be prudent to sue the town. The perps do not pay, only the tax payers, and they work damn hard for their money. Refreshments served.Hope to see you there.Commander Larry Herson POST 157
Sat, Aug 25th
Framingham Vegetable Gardens Tour
Thinking of starting or improving a vegetable garden next year, or even this fall? Join us on a free tour of several home and community gardens in Framingham to get inspiration, ideas, and advice from local gardeners.This year's garden tour will feature 2 parts - a driving tour and a walking tour - and participants can choose to join us for one or both! The tour will be followed by a BBQ at Mike Croci's house. This is a rain or shine event - dress for the weather!Here's the schedule: Part 1: Driving tour of 3 community gardens in Framingham -- 9:30 a.m. -12:00 p.m.Meet at Mike Croci's house (2A Pershing Ave.) for snacks and to arrange car-pooling.Part 2: 12:00-1:30 p.m.Anyone joining us for Part 2 of the tour can meet up at Mike's house (see above).Depart from Mike's house to tour 3 other gardens in the neighborhood by foot (total walking distance is less than ½ mile long).Return to Mike's house for a BBQ at 1:30 p.m.Organized by Transition Framingham - www.TransitionFramingham.org. Contact TransitionFramingham@yahoo.com or call 413-237-0383 for more information on this years tour and route.