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Fri, Nov 1st
Make & Take Sign Event (at McAuliffe Library)
Join us on Nov. 1st 2019 from 7:00-9:00pm for a unique Make & Take sign event in the Community Room of the Christa McAuliffe Library, 746 Water St., Framingham, MA *** Create a hand-painted wooden sign with a pre-designed saying or quote. Perfect for those who aren't crafty or anyone who wants to be creative. Create 1 sign for $30 or 2 signs for $55. Check some holiday gifts off your List! Light refreshments will be served. *** Contact Marsha Farmelant to sign up today: email@example.com or 508-875-1918.
Sat, Nov 2nd
8th Annual Rotary Club Pancake Breakfast (at Keefe Tech)
Saturday, Nov. 2nd, 7:30 - 11:00 a.m. *** Rotary Club of Framingham's 8th Annual Pancake Breakfast at Keefe Tech, 750 Winter St., Framingham (East Side Room Restaurant). *** Pancakes, sausage, potatoes, juice coffee, milk. *** $5 donation, children under 5 free. *** All proceeds go for scholarships to selected high school seniors in Framingham, Ashland, Holliston and Hopkinton.
Sun, Nov 10th
Free Dinner for MetroWest Veterans and Their Families
To honor our armed forces veterans, and to show our deep appreciation for their service, The Plymouth Church, Edwards Church, and Open Spirit joyfully invite all veterans living in MetroWest, and their families, to a FREE honorary dinner at The Plymouth Church, 87 Edgell Road in Framingham, on Sunday, November 10, from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. The dinner includes roasted chicken and potatoes, vegetable, salad, bread, and homemade desserts. The evening will also feature speaker, Lino Covarrubias, 20 years in the Navy and current Chief Operating Officer for Jewish Family Services of MetroWest. Lino has dedicated his life to service to our country, our community, and our world.Music will be provided by Dave Jost/Don Ryan Jazz Duo.All MetroWest veterans and their families are invited. Please RSVP to 508.875.1364 by Monday, November 4, to be entered in a raffle.
Thu, Nov 14th
Moonglow: Project Apollo and U.S. Foreign Relations (at FSU)
7:00PM-8:30PM, Alumni Room, McCarthy Center, Framingham State University *** What was the political and foreign policy significance of the Apollo program, and what is its enduring legacy? We often remember Project Apollo as a feat of science and engineering but from the very start it was part of a broader geopolitical strategy to build alliances, win hearts and minds,¯ and secure superpower status in the Cold War. This presentation traces the politics of Project Apollo, from President John F. Kennedy's call in 1961 to win the battle between "freedom and tyranny¯" with lunar exploration, to President Richard Nixon's "Moonglow" diplomatic tour of southeast Asia in 1969, and considers how Apollo-era space diplomacy should inform space policy today. *** Free and open to the public. *** Register here: https://moonglow.eventbrite.com
Sat, Nov 16th
Huge Library Book Sale!
In addition to thousands of books, DVDs, and books on CD, this month check out the selection of beautiful Art Books and Atlases at $2.00 each in the lobby. You'll also find an assortment of stocking stuffers consisting of toys, games, flash cards, craft kits, and more. It's never too early to start shopping for the holidays and many of our like-new books and toys make perfect presents!