Events Calendar / November 01, 2019
Presented by Courtney Thraen
Learn about Downtown Framingham, Inc.'s overall strategy and specific tactics to fulfill the four tenets of the Main Street America model, including economic vitality, urban design and placemaking, organizational partnerships, and area promotion. Discover the program's benchmark progress toward over-arching measurable goals along with 2020 projects and policy objectives. Come ready to ask questions, and learn how to participate as a volunteer.
About Courtney Thraen:
Courtney is an Executive Director of Downtown Framingham, Inc., a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to building business, community, and culture. A U.S. Navy Veteran, she has professional experience in higher education at Boston University and in federal government with the Department of Veterans Affairs. Courtney holds a Masters Degree in Public Policy from the University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth and a Masters Degree in City Planning from Boston University.
Join us for a fun evening with friends at a unique DIY Fun-Raiser! Guests make 4x24 hand painted wooden signs with their choice of a pre-designed saying/quote!
NO drawing, writing or stencils involved, perfect for those that feel they aren't crafty as well as anyone who wants to be creative!
Choose from over 200 pre-designed quotes & sayings. There is something for everyone—funny, romantic, holidays, motivational, sports, grandkids, and pets. Leave with them dry and ready to gift or hang! Quick, Easy, and FUN!
Unlike that stack of embarrassing paintings hidden in the closet or under the bed, you and your friends will be proud to display (or gift) these unique signs created to match your personal taste and decor, all while helping The Friends of the Framingham Library.
Create 1 sign for $30 or 2 signs for $55
Check some holiday gifts off your List!
Light refreshments will be served
Space is limited.
To reserve your spot contact: Marsha Farmelant, firstname.lastname@example.org, 508-875-1918
Take a self-guided walk around the library to read our fall title, Creepy Carrots by Aaron Reynolds! Start at the bottom of the Pearl St. ramp, continue around the building, up the Lexington St. steps, then halfway down the ramp to the stairs to the Reading Garden and the end of the story.
In honor of National Author’s Day, stop by the library to write a friendly letter to any author you enjoy! Tell them what book they wrote is your favorite, ask them questions, or just draw them a picture. We’ll mail letters at the end of the month to the authors!