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  1. 2018 Framingham Cultural Council Student Art Competition

    April 28, 2018, 9:00 AM

    The theme of this year’s contest is “city” recognizing that Framingham is the Commonwealth’s newest city All submissions draw inspiration from or respond to this theme in some way. The submissions must be new and original and not copies or reinterpretations of works by others nor have been submitted or exhibited previously. The students must be age 11-18 as of January 1, 2018.

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  2. 8th Annual Framingham Earth Day Festival

    April 28, 2018, 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM @ Framingham Centre Common

    With more than 100 vendors, exhibitors, and attractions, the 8th annual Framingham Earth Day Festival will be a great chance to celebrate the Earth in a wonderful community based way. The Festival will be held on the Framingham Centre Common on Saturday, April 28th from 11am to 3pm. The theme of this year’s festival is “LOCAL” featuring Framingham and MetroWest organizations actively involved in our local community. Kids can enjoy nature-based games, art projects, and activities. We will have lots of local, vegetarian food options for the whole family. Attendees can also enjoy live music and free yoga classes. The Festival will also provide an opportunity to recycle many hard to recycle items. For a full list please check our website: http://www.framinghamearthday.org/recycling-info/ Full details about the Festival can be found on our website: http://www.framinghamearthday.org/ We hope to see you on April 28th!

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  3. Exhibit: An American Town in World War I

    April 28, 2018, 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

    Why do many of us know so little about WWI? Perhaps because America entered the war during its last year? Or is it because few understood shell shock and how to process the horrors of the trenches? While WWII is known for the “greatest generation,” WWI produced the “lost generation.” But WWI is not lost to Framingham. As the centenary of Armistice approaches in November this exhibit features seven local men and women whose stories speak to the larger forces at play in the first war that engulfed the world. Innovations around flight and technology, the impact of the influenza pandemic, pacifism and suffrage are just some of the threads tying Framingham to WWI. For more info: https://www.framinghamhistory.org/an-american-town-in-world-war-i

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