Events Calendar / February 28, 2018

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Drop-in Resume Help

Get expert help with resumes, cover letters and job-search strategies.

Please note: Drop-in Resume Help will not be available Wednesday, January 31.

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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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Origami Workshop Series

In the first workshop, participants will learn a few simple techniques that will enable them to fold the classic origami crane and create a string of colorful cranes to take home. In following meetings we will be folding a variety of animals and geometric shapes. Led by Lucas Gustafson, a middle schooler who started folding at the age of 6 and is a longtime member of the origami club at MIT.

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Celebrate ‘88 Film Series: Hairspray

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.

Celebrate '88 continues in February with the original John Waters classic, Hairspray!

February-May Schedule:
February 28 – Hairspray (PG)
March 28 – Beetlejuice (PG)
April 25 - Bull Durham (R)
May 38 - The Naked Gun (PG-13)

All ages event (some movies rated R).

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.