Mayor Yvonne M. Spicer invites you to a community conversation on building a resilient Framingham for women on Wednesday, March 28, 2018 from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. in Nevins Hall of the Memorial Building located at 150 Concord Street in Framingham. Look here for a poster in English, Spanish, and Portuguese.
Have you heard about the Brown Bag Learning Series? Every first Friday from 12-1pm at the Main Library, we host a short talk on a myriad of topics while you enjoy your lunch! In February, Donna Brock spoke to the audience about Road Scholar (formerly Elderhostel), America’s first and the world’s largest educational travel organization for adults. Ms. Brock, a seasoned Road Scholar participant, gave an informative and enthusiastic presentation about the educational travel adventures available in 150 countries and all 50 states.
Look here for the Framingham Government Channel recording of Ms. Brock's presentation.
The Executive Office of Health and Human Services (EOHHS) is holding a listening session to receive public comment on the Department of Developmental Services Adult ID Waiver Renewal Applications. For more information, please visit: https://www.mass.gov/service-details/home-and-community-based-services-waiver-renewal-applications-public-input-process
TIME: 11:00 AM
LOCATION: Main Library, Costin Room: 49 Lexington Street, Framingham MA 01702
All are welcome to attend!
Starting or running a small business? You can get free and confidential business advice from SCORE of Boston! Click here to make an appointment at Framingham Public Library with a SCORE volunteer.
Meet City Councilors Charlie Sisitsky, George King,& Pam Richardson at the McAuliffe Branch Library!
Meet with City Council Vice Chair Charlie Sisitsky, Councilor At Large George P. King, Jr. and District 2 Councilor Pam Richardson from 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. on Saturday, January 27, 2018 at the Christa McAuliffe Branch Library. All residents are welcome, appointments are not necessary.
Please join Senator Karen Spilka on January 9 for a conversation with the Rennie Center for Educational Research & Policy about ExSEL: Excellence through Emotional-Social Learning, a network bringing together school districts across Massachusetts to design and implement policies and practices that promote social-emotional learning (SEL). Click the poster for more information.
As part of the Library's Brown Bag Learning Series, Courtney Thraen, Executive Director of the Framingham Downtown Renaissance discussed the mission of the Framingham Downtown Renaissance, its current projects and future plans.
If you missed the presentation, click here for a video recording by Ron Rego of the Framingham Government Channel.
Enjoy these photos from the Play Space opening! For more information about the Play Space, click here.
All photos taken by Melissa Zieve.
And click here for video coverage of the event from the Framingham Beat!
Click here for video coverage of the event from the Framingham Beat.