1 The City of Framingham Department of Public Works will host a meeting to discuss the roadway and drainage improvements for Concord Street, between School and Cherry Streets tonight at Framingham High at 6:30. Work is scheduled to begin this spring. The public is invited to attend. Click here for more details.
2. The Framingham History Center will open its newest exhibit An American Town in World War I tomorrow, April 13. (Photo courtesy)
Tonight there is a members and donors only event at the Center from 6 to 8 p.m.
The exhibit will be open on Friday from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Framingham History Center. And starting next week, Wednesdays through Saturdays until April 2019.
3. City of Framingham and School meetings:
- Framingham Planning Board scheduled to meet at 7 in the Memorial Building in the Ablondi room
- Framingham Board of Health is scheduled to meet at 7 in the Memorial Building in the Blumer room.
- Framingham Cable Advisory Committee will meet tonight at 7 in the Memorial Building. The Committee has a public hearing on April 18.
- Human Relations Commission is scheduled to meet at 7 in Conference room 2 at the Memorial Building. One the agenda is a discussion on the future of the Commission and the possibility of merging with the Fair Housing Committee.
- Framingham High School Council is scheduled to meet at 7 at the high school in the library.
- Framingham Cultural Council is scheduled to meet at 7:15 p.m. in Conference room 1 at the Memorial Building.
According to Mayor’s public calendar on the City of Framingham’s website she is not attending any public events today, that is because she is in Atlanta through Saturday.
4. FLYERS in action
- Framingham High girls lacrosse will host the Mustangs of Norwood High at 3:45 p.m. on Phil Read field.
- Flyers boys volleyball will host Natick at 4 p.m. in the high school gym
- Framingham High softball will play the Clockers at 4 p.m. in Ashland.
- Boys lacrosse has an away game in Norwood this afternoon.
5. Tonight at the Christa McAuliffe branch library Dr. Helen Heineman will present an illustrated lecture about Charles Dickens’ last 12 years of his life when he gave stunning performances of his writings at 7. The lecture is free and is part of the lifelong learning series presented by the Framingham Public Library and Framingham State University.
BONUS: Today is National Grilled Cheese Day