Events Calendar / Lectures

Lifelong Learning Lecture Series: Georgia O’Keefe: Art, Image and Style

Framingham Public Library and Framingham State University Lifelong Learning Lecture Series: SPRING 2018

Georgia O’Keefe: Art, Image and Style with Dr. Erika Schneider, PhD, Associate Professor, FSU. The Peabody Essex Museum exhibition explores the Art, Image and Personal Style of one of America’s most iconic artists. Dr. Schneider will share her impressions of this very special exhibit.

BLACK HISTORY MONTH: Some Great Blacks of Framingham: Crispus Attucks and the Fuller Legacy

Dr. Brown will speak about Crispus Attucks, the first man to die in the Revolutionary War. Attucks was a Black Framingham native whose early life was as an enslaved person. Following his talk, Framingham resident David Fuller will speak about the accomplishments of his grandparents, Dr. Solomon Carter Fuller and Meta Vaux Warrick Fuller.

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Brown Bag Learning Series: Kill Your Lawn

Presented by Mark Richardson of The New England Wild Flower Society

According to NASA, more surface area in the United States is covered by lawn than by any other single irrigated crop. Lawns are resource-heavy, requiring irrigation, fertilizer, and pesticides to thrive in our climate. Learn why you should “kill your lawn” and how to replace it with beautiful and environmentally friendly native plantings.

About Mark Richardson:
Mark oversees the Society’s botanic garden, Garden in the Woods, and its native plant nursery operation, Nasami Farm. He studied ornamental horticulture at University of Rhode Island while helping to run a mid-sized ornamental plant nursery before finding his true passion in public horticulture. He led undergraduate programs at Longwood Gardens, where he overhauled the curriculum of the Professional Gardener Program, and oversaw adult education at Brookside Gardens. He holds a master’s degree from the University of Delaware’s Longwood Graduate Program.

The Kitchen Garden

Talented local gardener and chef Renée Faubert (of Renée's Kitchen in Natick) will share some of her gardening expertise and talk about how she chooses what to grow in her garden.