Events Calendar / February 09, 2023

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Resume Help & Job Searching Strategies

Make an appointment for remote, one-on-one Resume Help and Job Searching Strategies with professional career coach Ed Lawrence.

Appointments are free and available every Thursday from 9am-1:30pm online via Zoom. Please email to schedule your appointment.

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Video Game Hangout

Play video games and eat snacks!

If you'd like to be added to our monthly reminder email list for our Video Game Hangouts, just fill out the form at this link:

If you've already filled this out in the past, there's no need to do so again.

Grades 6-12

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Lifelong Learning: Exploring Humane Standards in Animal Agriculture through Documentary Film

Dr. Audrey Kali talks about the making of her documentary film, Farm and Red Moon. The film follows Dr. Kali as she visits farms and slaughterhouses and meets with experts to reveal the ambiguous moral underbelly of humane animal slaughter. 

What starts out as a concern for animals becomes a story about people. What she once saw as senseless acts of violence, she understands as a complicated agricultural system, pursued by decent people fully cognizant of the contradictions and complexity of their actions.

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Craft with History: Calligraphy

Let’s get crafty! Join the Framingham History Center (FHC) for a program series titled “Craft with History.” Throughout the year, an object or topic with craft-related history will be pulled from the FHC collection to be featured alongside a craft workshop. These 60-minute workshops will be led by a local crafter, and did we mention there will be wine? Bring a friend for a fun night out at the museum!

Features historic signatures and handwritten letters, craft is introduction to calligraphy.

Must be 21+. Supplies will be provided. Space is limited.

Tickets: $20/FHC member, $25/non-member.