Keep Framingham Beautiful’s next big event series is coming up!
From Saturday 9/17 to Sunday 9/25 we invite the entire Framingham community to participate in the “KFB World Cleanup Week”. This event will build upon World Cleanup Day, which is Saturday, September 17th.
Details and sign-up: k-f-b.org/wcw
OUR GOAL: 300+ folks picking up litter throughout the week and posting pictures of their progress to our Facebook group: facebook.com/groups/keepframinghambeautiful
This event is co-sponsored by Keep Framingham Beautiful and Stop & Shop.
Join Boston archaeologist Barbara Donohue on a fascinating journey from the world of the Puritans to the world of today via the evolution of the colonial burying ground.
Can’t make it in person? Register for the Zoom link at https://bit.ly/FPL-Events.
A bullet journal is a creative way to organize your day. It can be as simplistic or as loud as you want to create it. This system organizes scheduling, reminders, to-do lists, brainstorming, and other organizational tasks into a single notebook!
Join us at McAuliffe Branch to learn how to put this tool to use in your life!
For ages 55+ -- The U.S. Civil War, Part 2, Presented by Rick Tulipano -- Join us as Rick Tulipano delves further into the Civil War. This presentation will focus on the decisive choices that shaped the Civil War and the influential individuals whose actions help to explain why the war proceeded the way it did. Rick Tulipano is the author of two books and numerous essays on the Cold War and the Civil War. He holds a Master of Education with focus on the U.S. Civil War and the Cold War.
Call the Callahan Ctr. to register by 9/28: 508-532-5980 ext. 0
This program is supported in part by a grant from the Framingham Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency, and in part by the Friends of Callahan.
Join Dr. Helen Heineman, President Emerita of FSU, for her Lifelong Learning Lecture: "Elizabeth Garrett Anderson: England’s First Woman Doctor" at the Main Library on September 29 or on YouTube Live at http://youtube.com/FraminghamPublicLibrary.