Events Calendar / January 31, 2018

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Drop-in Knitting

Unwind with your knitting and your crocheting at the library!  Share tips, conversation, and a love of making. Drop in for a little while or for the whole time. Instruction is provided if needed. Bring your own materials, although we do have some tools to get you started.  We look forward to seeing you every Wednesday from 10-11 and the second and fourth Saturday of the month. 

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Mother Goose on the Loose

Join us for the return of the popular children's program Mother Goose on the Loose! For ages 0-3 accompanied by a caregiver. Please pre-register at the Children's Department desk!

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Celebrate ‘88 Film Series: Big

Framingham Public Library is proud to announce our new 30th Anniversary Celebration film series with many movies of 1988! Re-watch an old favorite, re-live your childhood, or catch something great for the first time. First up in January is the Tom Hanks’ crowd pleaser, Big.

January-March Schedule:
January 31– Big (PG)
February 28 – Hairspray (PG)
March 28 – Beetlejuice (PG)

All ages event (some movies rated R).

Margaret Pearmain Welch (1893-1984): Proper Bostonian, Activist, Pacifist, Reformer, Preservationist thumbnail Photo

Margaret Pearmain Welch (1893-1984): Proper Bostonian, Activist, Pacifist, Reformer, Preservationist

With Elizabeth F. Fideler, EdD, Research Fellow, Center on Aging & Work, Boston College

Elizabeth Fideler will be discussing her most recent book about Margaret Pearmain Welch, a Proper Bostonian from Louisburg Square who defied the mores of her social set and got away with it. Her country house was the 1787 Nixon House on Edmands Road, situated between the Millwood Hunt Club on one side and the meetinghouse of the Framingham Friends (which she cofounded) on the other, with Stearns Farm directly across the road, managed by her companion and caregiver Penelope Turton.