A Visual Public Art Show featuring artwork from the Framingham Public Schools grades K-12 will be on display at the library from March 6 – March 31. Come meet the artists at a reception on Wednesday, March 8 from 5:30-7:00. Refreshments will be served.
The Framingham Public Library has launched an early literacy initiative called 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten. The program helps kids build their early literacy skills and fosters a love of reading. Upon sign up, children will receive a free book bag, log sheet, and other goodies. Please visit us at the Main Library or McAuliffe Branch to ask questions or to sign up!
Classes will take place on the following Tuesdays: March 7, 14, 21, 28 (Snow date – April 4). The brochure will be available by the first week of February, and Member Registration begins on February 8.
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Beginning March 4, The Framingham Public Library will offer a 12-week Civics and American History course designed for those who are preparing to seek American Citizenship. Registration is required and students must have intermediate English language skills. Interested students should attend an information session on February 11 at 10:00am in the Literacy Center at the Main Library. For more information contact Anne O’Connell at email@example.com.
Thank you to all who purchased a Commemorative Brick! The Bricks will be installed at the McAuliffe Branch Library in the Spring. We greatly appreciate the donations we have already received for our Annual Appeal. Your donations help us meet a matching challenge. These funds will be used to modernize the Costin Room at the Main Library, which includes enhancing audio-visual and broadcasting capabilities in the room. To honor the memory of a loved one, consider a donation to the Framingham Public Library Foundation. Checks should be payable to the Framingham Public Library Foundation, and donors should specify the honoree and when applicable, the person(s) to receive notification of the donation.
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