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|Fri, Sep 8th||Full Moon Scratchboard Workshop|
September 8 at 6:00pmOpen Spirit (39 Edwards Street)Susan P. Dickerman Education BuildingPaintings of stars and the moon go back thousands of years and can be witnessed in the earliest cave paintings. The practice of representing the natural world through art is as old as humanity itself.In this workshop, attendees will create their own lunar art in the form of a scratchboard to take home with them. Techniques will be demonstrated and practiced before beginning the final piece, no previous experience necessary. Supplies will be provided.Participants are encouraged to create their own unique image, while having the support of reference materials and personal guidance. If a particular image or photo calls to you, please bring it in to use as inspiration for your piece.Instructor: Samela St PierreCost: $30 (materials included)Registration: email email@example.com
|Sat, Sep 16th||Framingham Library Book Sale|
Shop from 10am to 3pmFramingham Public Library, 49 Lexington StreetOur biggest sale after collecting books, DVDs, books on CDs, and other materials over the summer! With 3 rooms to shop in, you'll find a wide range of materials. The lobby special this month is crafting. We have numerous books on various crafts, as well as knitting needles, crochet and Tunisian hooks, wool tapestry yarn, embroidery thread, and miscellaneous notions. In the Bag Room, fill a paper grocery bag for just $7. Proceeds from the sale support library programming, museum passes, and more. Good news: join the Friends before September 30 and you will be entered into a drawing for a $100 Visa gift card.
|Sun, Sep 17th||HUGE multi family yard sale|
HUGE Multifamily Yard sale at 60 Elm St. Sunday September 17th 10-2. Mens and Womens clothes, Tons of baby clothes and items, maternity clothes, furniture, Office equipment. You don't want to miss this! Lots of items with tags still on them!
|Sat, Sep 23rd||Outdoors Rx at the Carol Getchell Trail|
Find out where the wild things live! We'll look for signs of otters, fisher cats and beavers along the wooden boardwalk beside the Sudbury River. Outdoors Rx is a free program of the Appalachian Mountain Club for families with children from 0-13 designed to get everyone outdoors and having fun.The walk will take place from 10:00-11:00 AM. Meet at 39 Edwards Street at the parking lot of the Edwards Church, UCC.
|Sun, Sep 24th||McAuliffe Branch Library Bricks Celebration|
The Framingham Public Library Foundation has 889 reasons to celebrate.That's the number of personalized bricks that were purchased by library supporters to defray the cost to the town of constructing the new McAuliffe branch library in Nobscot, and now the foundation is holding a celebration to recognize that support.The bricks are installed in two patios in front of the McAuliffe, and on Sunday, September 24 from 1-3 p.m. library supporters who purchased the bricks are invited to join foundation board members and library staff at the branch library at 746 Water Street.The event will formally acknowledge and celebrate the community support that contributed to the successful effort to open the first new branch library building in Framingham in decades.The celebration will include speakers from the foundation and the library, refreshments, and musical entertainment from Framingham High School drama students.
|Sat, Sep 30th||Plymouth Church Fall Fair|
On Saturday, September 30, from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., The Plymouth Church in Framingham is excited to invite the entire community to its annual Fall Fair. A beloved autumn tradition, the Plymouth Church Fall Fair boasts something for everyone: a huge “White Elephant” tag sale, an Old-Fashioned Country Store with homemade jams, fudge and candies, themed gift baskets, handmade gifts, Crafts Shop, Costume Shop, a Cookie Walk, books for all ages, Christmas crafts and decorations, and a variety of fun activities for kids, including a Monkey Bridge, Star Wars Bouncy House, and a free magic show featuring local talent JoJo the Magician. You won’t want to miss out on this fun-for-all-ages community event! Admission is free and open to all.This year, a portion of net proceeds will benefit Church World Service, an association of 37 Christian denominations serving critical global and local needs, such as hurricane relief efforts in Texas, to support families in need of shelter, medicine, education, and sustainable food sources.The Plymouth Church in Framingham is located at 87 Edgell Road in Framingham, MA. For more information, please call the church office at 508.875.1364.
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