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Jan
21
Sat
Framingham Library Book Sale @ Framingham Public Library
Jan 21 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm

It’s a new year but the Friends are back with their huge monthly book sale.  All items are bargain priced and many are in top-notch condition.  Shop for books, CDs, DVDs, and more.  Proceeds from the sale directly support the library’s adult and children’s programming, museum passes, movie nights, and much more.  Doors open at 10 am but Friends members may enter at 9:30 for a first look.  And on your way out, stop by the Literacy Unlimited bake sale for delicious refreshments.

Jan
28
Sat
Taste of Compassion for the New Year @ Edwards Church
Jan 28 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

With the growing awareness of the value of plant-based eating, perhaps your new year’s resolution will include changes to your diet.

Come taste an exciting array of creative and delicious vegan dishes. Talk to the chefs and get some new recipes to add to your repertoire.  Gluten-free options available.

Saturday, January 28 1:00 – 2:00 pm

Susan P Dickerman Hall

Edwards Church 39 Edwards St. in Saxonville

(Next to Stapleton School)

Suggested donation: $5

Sponsored by:

Transition Framingham and Open Spirit (www.openspirit.org)

For more information email transitionframingham@yahoo.com

For inclement weather re-scheduling check our website http://transitionframingham.org

For directions to Edwards Church see http://www.edwardschurch.org/directions/

Feb
2
Thu
New Exhibition! “History in the Stitches: Framingham Fashion through the Centuries” @ Edgell Memorial Library
Feb 2 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Emily Foster dress (1830) – FHC Collection © 2016 Damianos Photography

Set against a backdrop of Framingham images and artifacts, this exhibit features fashions that will both please the eye and illuminate the lives of some very special Framingham women.  We’ve chosen pieces that reflect the social mores, economic status and the personalities behind the ever-present decision we all face daily – what to wear?

Did you know that you can read clothing like any other historical document? It’s simply a matter of understanding the language. We’ll illustrate this language as you compare the ethereal wedding dress worn by Anna Foster Haven in 1824 with the austere gown worn by the devout Mrs. Temple on her wedding day in 1772. We’ve set the stage for you to experience the intimate setting of an 1880s salon where Framingham women entertained their closest friends adhering to the international trends that dictated appropriate dress and décor. Experience the Roaring Twenties by reading an Art Deco inspired dress worn by a very independent local actress and theatre director.

Location: Edgell Memorial Building – 3 Oak Street, Framingham, MA
Parking: Please park on 3 Oak St. (street parking available) or in the Village Hall lot (2 Oak St.)
Hours: 1:00-4:00 p.m., Wednesday through Saturday, October 28, 2016 – April 29, 2017
Admission: Free for FHC Members, $5 for Non-Members, $2 per FSU ID.

Feb
3
Fri
New Exhibition! “History in the Stitches: Framingham Fashion through the Centuries” @ Edgell Memorial Library
Feb 3 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Emily Foster dress (1830) – FHC Collection © 2016 Damianos Photography

Set against a backdrop of Framingham images and artifacts, this exhibit features fashions that will both please the eye and illuminate the lives of some very special Framingham women.  We’ve chosen pieces that reflect the social mores, economic status and the personalities behind the ever-present decision we all face daily – what to wear?

Did you know that you can read clothing like any other historical document? It’s simply a matter of understanding the language. We’ll illustrate this language as you compare the ethereal wedding dress worn by Anna Foster Haven in 1824 with the austere gown worn by the devout Mrs. Temple on her wedding day in 1772. We’ve set the stage for you to experience the intimate setting of an 1880s salon where Framingham women entertained their closest friends adhering to the international trends that dictated appropriate dress and décor. Experience the Roaring Twenties by reading an Art Deco inspired dress worn by a very independent local actress and theatre director.

Location: Edgell Memorial Building – 3 Oak Street, Framingham, MA
Parking: Please park on 3 Oak St. (street parking available) or in the Village Hall lot (2 Oak St.)
Hours: 1:00-4:00 p.m., Wednesday through Saturday, October 28, 2016 – April 29, 2017
Admission: Free for FHC Members, $5 for Non-Members, $2 per FSU ID.

Feb
4
Sat
New Exhibition! “History in the Stitches: Framingham Fashion through the Centuries” @ Edgell Memorial Library
Feb 4 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Emily Foster dress (1830) – FHC Collection © 2016 Damianos Photography

Set against a backdrop of Framingham images and artifacts, this exhibit features fashions that will both please the eye and illuminate the lives of some very special Framingham women.  We’ve chosen pieces that reflect the social mores, economic status and the personalities behind the ever-present decision we all face daily – what to wear?

Did you know that you can read clothing like any other historical document? It’s simply a matter of understanding the language. We’ll illustrate this language as you compare the ethereal wedding dress worn by Anna Foster Haven in 1824 with the austere gown worn by the devout Mrs. Temple on her wedding day in 1772. We’ve set the stage for you to experience the intimate setting of an 1880s salon where Framingham women entertained their closest friends adhering to the international trends that dictated appropriate dress and décor. Experience the Roaring Twenties by reading an Art Deco inspired dress worn by a very independent local actress and theatre director.

Location: Edgell Memorial Building – 3 Oak Street, Framingham, MA
Parking: Please park on 3 Oak St. (street parking available) or in the Village Hall lot (2 Oak St.)
Hours: 1:00-4:00 p.m., Wednesday through Saturday, October 28, 2016 – April 29, 2017
Admission: Free for FHC Members, $5 for Non-Members, $2 per FSU ID.

Feb
9
Thu
New Exhibition! “History in the Stitches: Framingham Fashion through the Centuries” @ Edgell Memorial Library
Feb 9 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Emily Foster dress (1830) – FHC Collection © 2016 Damianos Photography

Set against a backdrop of Framingham images and artifacts, this exhibit features fashions that will both please the eye and illuminate the lives of some very special Framingham women.  We’ve chosen pieces that reflect the social mores, economic status and the personalities behind the ever-present decision we all face daily – what to wear?

Did you know that you can read clothing like any other historical document? It’s simply a matter of understanding the language. We’ll illustrate this language as you compare the ethereal wedding dress worn by Anna Foster Haven in 1824 with the austere gown worn by the devout Mrs. Temple on her wedding day in 1772. We’ve set the stage for you to experience the intimate setting of an 1880s salon where Framingham women entertained their closest friends adhering to the international trends that dictated appropriate dress and décor. Experience the Roaring Twenties by reading an Art Deco inspired dress worn by a very independent local actress and theatre director.

Location: Edgell Memorial Building – 3 Oak Street, Framingham, MA
Parking: Please park on 3 Oak St. (street parking available) or in the Village Hall lot (2 Oak St.)
Hours: 1:00-4:00 p.m., Wednesday through Saturday, October 28, 2016 – April 29, 2017
Admission: Free for FHC Members, $5 for Non-Members, $2 per FSU ID.

Feb
10
Fri
New Exhibition! “History in the Stitches: Framingham Fashion through the Centuries” @ Edgell Memorial Library
Feb 10 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Emily Foster dress (1830) – FHC Collection © 2016 Damianos Photography

Set against a backdrop of Framingham images and artifacts, this exhibit features fashions that will both please the eye and illuminate the lives of some very special Framingham women.  We’ve chosen pieces that reflect the social mores, economic status and the personalities behind the ever-present decision we all face daily – what to wear?

Did you know that you can read clothing like any other historical document? It’s simply a matter of understanding the language. We’ll illustrate this language as you compare the ethereal wedding dress worn by Anna Foster Haven in 1824 with the austere gown worn by the devout Mrs. Temple on her wedding day in 1772. We’ve set the stage for you to experience the intimate setting of an 1880s salon where Framingham women entertained their closest friends adhering to the international trends that dictated appropriate dress and décor. Experience the Roaring Twenties by reading an Art Deco inspired dress worn by a very independent local actress and theatre director.

Location: Edgell Memorial Building – 3 Oak Street, Framingham, MA
Parking: Please park on 3 Oak St. (street parking available) or in the Village Hall lot (2 Oak St.)
Hours: 1:00-4:00 p.m., Wednesday through Saturday, October 28, 2016 – April 29, 2017
Admission: Free for FHC Members, $5 for Non-Members, $2 per FSU ID.

Feb
11
Sat
New Exhibition! “History in the Stitches: Framingham Fashion through the Centuries” @ Edgell Memorial Library
Feb 11 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Emily Foster dress (1830) – FHC Collection © 2016 Damianos Photography

Set against a backdrop of Framingham images and artifacts, this exhibit features fashions that will both please the eye and illuminate the lives of some very special Framingham women.  We’ve chosen pieces that reflect the social mores, economic status and the personalities behind the ever-present decision we all face daily – what to wear?

Did you know that you can read clothing like any other historical document? It’s simply a matter of understanding the language. We’ll illustrate this language as you compare the ethereal wedding dress worn by Anna Foster Haven in 1824 with the austere gown worn by the devout Mrs. Temple on her wedding day in 1772. We’ve set the stage for you to experience the intimate setting of an 1880s salon where Framingham women entertained their closest friends adhering to the international trends that dictated appropriate dress and décor. Experience the Roaring Twenties by reading an Art Deco inspired dress worn by a very independent local actress and theatre director.

Location: Edgell Memorial Building – 3 Oak Street, Framingham, MA
Parking: Please park on 3 Oak St. (street parking available) or in the Village Hall lot (2 Oak St.)
Hours: 1:00-4:00 p.m., Wednesday through Saturday, October 28, 2016 – April 29, 2017
Admission: Free for FHC Members, $5 for Non-Members, $2 per FSU ID.

Feb
16
Thu
New Exhibition! “History in the Stitches: Framingham Fashion through the Centuries” @ Edgell Memorial Library
Feb 16 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Emily Foster dress (1830) – FHC Collection © 2016 Damianos Photography

Set against a backdrop of Framingham images and artifacts, this exhibit features fashions that will both please the eye and illuminate the lives of some very special Framingham women.  We’ve chosen pieces that reflect the social mores, economic status and the personalities behind the ever-present decision we all face daily – what to wear?

Did you know that you can read clothing like any other historical document? It’s simply a matter of understanding the language. We’ll illustrate this language as you compare the ethereal wedding dress worn by Anna Foster Haven in 1824 with the austere gown worn by the devout Mrs. Temple on her wedding day in 1772. We’ve set the stage for you to experience the intimate setting of an 1880s salon where Framingham women entertained their closest friends adhering to the international trends that dictated appropriate dress and décor. Experience the Roaring Twenties by reading an Art Deco inspired dress worn by a very independent local actress and theatre director.

Location: Edgell Memorial Building – 3 Oak Street, Framingham, MA
Parking: Please park on 3 Oak St. (street parking available) or in the Village Hall lot (2 Oak St.)
Hours: 1:00-4:00 p.m., Wednesday through Saturday, October 28, 2016 – April 29, 2017
Admission: Free for FHC Members, $5 for Non-Members, $2 per FSU ID.

Feb
17
Fri
New Exhibition! “History in the Stitches: Framingham Fashion through the Centuries” @ Edgell Memorial Library
Feb 17 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Emily Foster dress (1830) – FHC Collection © 2016 Damianos Photography

Set against a backdrop of Framingham images and artifacts, this exhibit features fashions that will both please the eye and illuminate the lives of some very special Framingham women.  We’ve chosen pieces that reflect the social mores, economic status and the personalities behind the ever-present decision we all face daily – what to wear?

Did you know that you can read clothing like any other historical document? It’s simply a matter of understanding the language. We’ll illustrate this language as you compare the ethereal wedding dress worn by Anna Foster Haven in 1824 with the austere gown worn by the devout Mrs. Temple on her wedding day in 1772. We’ve set the stage for you to experience the intimate setting of an 1880s salon where Framingham women entertained their closest friends adhering to the international trends that dictated appropriate dress and décor. Experience the Roaring Twenties by reading an Art Deco inspired dress worn by a very independent local actress and theatre director.

Location: Edgell Memorial Building – 3 Oak Street, Framingham, MA
Parking: Please park on 3 Oak St. (street parking available) or in the Village Hall lot (2 Oak St.)
Hours: 1:00-4:00 p.m., Wednesday through Saturday, October 28, 2016 – April 29, 2017
Admission: Free for FHC Members, $5 for Non-Members, $2 per FSU ID.