November 2018

logo for AIMC Business SolutionsSocial Media 101: A Presentation

Wednesday, November 7, 6-8pm, Christa McAuliffe Branch Library

poster for Social Media 101 presentation

October 2018

logo for Framingham History CenterSunset Cemetery Tour

Sunday, October 28th, Edgell Grove Cemetery

poster of Sunset Cemetery Tour at Edgell Grove Cemetery


photo of earthrise from the Moon landing, 1969Moon Landing in Context Series

September 2018-October 2019, The McAuliffe Center for Integrated Science Learning, Framingham State University

This project aims to contextualize the Moon Landing within the historical, social, and cultural framework of the Sixties, specifically the period from 1962, President Kennedy’s speech at Rice University, to 1972, the year of the last Apollo Mission.


The project is directed by Dr. Irene Porro of the McAuliffe Center for Integrated Science Learning and benefits from the scholarly contribution of Framingham State University faculty, Smithsonian Institution experts, and scholars from other academic institutions to engage Framingham State students and Massachusetts communities.

For further information, download the Schedule of Events, and visit the Moon Landing in Context website


September 2018

Fuller Middle School Presentations

Saturday, September 29, 10-11am, Framingham Public Library

Saturday, October 6, 10-11am, Christa McAuliffe Branch Library




logo of Framingham History Center

Ambulance 255 Comes to Framingham

Sunday, September 23, 2018, 2pm, Edgell Memorial Library, 3 Oak St., Framingham

In 1916, Gordon Ware of Framingham volunteered as a WWI ambulance driver in the American Field Service six months before Congress declared war. Ware was stationed in the Balkans, also known as the “Forgotten Front,” and documented his experiences in an unfinished memoir - What Did You Do in the Great War Father? Just as the memoir brings to light the life of an ambulance driver, so does the restored 1916 Model T Ford Ambulance 255.


This WWI ambulance serves as a tangible reminder of the 2,500 American volunteers who drove these vehicles, including E.E. Cummings and Ernest Hemingway. George King of N. Franklin, CT and Jeff Klinger of Sudbury restored and maintain “255” and have taken it to Europe and the Eastern U.S. as they present a history of American Ambulance Field Service. They participated in President Obama’s inaugural parade, ceremonies at Arlington National Cemetery, and many presentations to students, historical societies, and veteran’s organizations.   


Tickets are $5/FHC members and $10/non-members. Purchase tickets at or mail checks to FHC P.O. Box 2032, Framingham, MA 01703. Tickets may be purchased on the day of event if we haven’t sold out.

For more information call 508-626-9091 or visit the Framingham History Center blog.


Boston Hill Advisors Presents "What Will Your Retirement Look Like?"

Wednesday, September 12th, 1pm, Christa McAuliffe Branch Library



poster promoting what will your retirement look like seminar from Boston Hill Advisors


Native Woody Plant Materials (course)

Tuesday, August 28, 10am-2:30pm; Tuesday, September 4, 11am-1pm; Tuesday, September 11, 2018, 10am-2:30pm, Garden in the Woods, Framingham

Explore the huge variety of native trees, shrubs, and woody vines. Learn which species grow well in shade, which support local wildlife, and how to stagger plantings for continuous bloom, fruit production, and fall color. We’ll discuss growth characteristics, cultural requirements, and best horticultural uses. The course will include lectures and walks in the Garden as well as a field trip to The Arnold Arboretum. Bring a bag lunch.

Location: Garden in the Woods, Framingham, MA, and the Arnold Arboretum, Boston, MA
Program Code: HOR1100
Instructor: Dan Jaffe
Fee: $170 (Member) / $200 (Nonmember)
Limit: 24
Certificate: Core: HD; Elective: Adv.HD
Cosponsor: Ecological Landscape Alliance and The Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University

Visit this link to register.