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  1. ON ZOOM, Frenemies: The Art World’s Greatest Rivalries, Presented by Jane Oneail, For ages 55+

    September 21, 2023, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
    Offered on Zoom

    For ages 55+ -- Frenemies: The Art World’s Greatest Rivalries -- This program will examine the ways some of the world’s greatest artists challenged and competed with each other for commissions, sales and status. Learn about rivalries between da Vinci and Michelangelo, Constable and Turner, and Matisse and Picasso and decide who history has treated most kindly. Presenter Jane Oneail curates and delivers art appreciation programs to audiences throughout New England. She holds a master’s in Art History from Boston University and a master’s in Education from the Harvard University Graduate School of Education. Jane has worked at some of New Hampshire’s most esteemed cultural institutions and has taught Art History at the college level for more than a decade.

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  2. Spark Lab Satellite: Paper Making

    September 21, 2023, 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    McAuliffe Branch Library

    Join us to learn how to make your own paper with wildflower seeds! Send notes to loved ones on your very own seed paper. Supplies are limited, so there may be a wait. * In case of inclement weather, please meet in the McAuliffe Craft Room.

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  3. Lifelong Learning Lecture: Back to the Future: Food Conservation Posters in the United States 1917-1918

    September 21, 2023, 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    Framingham Public Library

    Speaker: Janet Schwartz, MS, RD, Emeritus Professor and former Chair of the Department of Food and Nutrition, FSU If you think the United States can’t reduce its food waste, think again and go “back to the future.” During World War I, the government asked Americans to change their food habits to “win the war” by reducing food waste and reducing their sugar, wheat, fat, and meat intake. Posters and local libraries were used to change food habits of Americans. Professor Schwartz presents the posters and draws comparisons between the food and nutrition messages in 1917 and 2023. Join us at the Main Library, Costin Room or stream live on YouTube at

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