5 Things You Need To Know Today in Framingham: Friday, June 24

1 Today is the last day until September, that the Memorial Building will be open until 5 p.m.

Town offices will move to summer hours, for the second year in a row, starting Monday.

During summer hours, Town of Framingham offices close early on Fridays, but stay open later on Tuesdays.


2. The second summer concert of the season is tonight on the Framingham Centre Common.

Tonight, starting at 6:30, the Common will be filled with Beatles music, as Studio Two, an early Beatles cover band will play until 8:30.

The concert is free. Food and other vendors will have tents on the Common. Bring chairs or blankets.

Concerts run every Friday night through mid-August. For a complete schedule, click here.

Last week, it was Blues music on the common. Click here for a short video and photos.

Photo courtesy of the Studio 2 Facebook page.


3. Two bands – the Hummingbird Syndicate and The Rafters will perform at Amazing Things Arts Center tonight at 8. Tickets are still available at $18, $17 for seniors and students, $15 for members and $9 fo children under age 12.



4. Massachusetts Senator Ed Markey was at the White House earlier this week for the signing of the  “Frank R. Lautenberg Chemical Safety for the 21st Century Act,” a reauthorization of the Toxic Substances Control Act, the first major environmental law to be passed by Congress in a generation. Click here to learn more.


5. PLAN AHEAD: Tomorrow is the 3rd Annual MetroFest at Bowditch Field.

MetroFest is an arts, music, and food truck festival on Saturday, June 25 in Framingham—will enjoy two dozen food trucks and specialty food vendors, 100 exhibitors, a classic car show, expanded kids’ activities, performances on two stages, and a tastings tent with craft beer, wine, and hard cider. Click here to learn more.


Framingham Source Editor Susan Petroni

Susan Petroni Framingham Source Editor Email: editor@FraminghamSource.com Phone: 508-315-7176

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