1 Framingham Public Library & Framingham State University’s Lifelong Learning Lecture Series continues tonight with Professor Erika Schneider on Jane Quick to See Smith – Salish. The one-hour 7 p.m. Zoom lecture will examine how Native American artists address history and identity. Pre-register here: Register: http://bit.ly/FPL-Lifelong-Learning-Lectures.
2. Post-season athletics
- Framingham High girls ice hockey team won its first playoff game since 2010 last night at Loring Arena defeating Central Catholic High School. The Flyers now will battle the #1 seeded team in the Division 2 MIAA tourney – Duxbury High on March 5.
- Framingham High boys ice hockey team, seeded #24, will travel to Randolph for a game against #9-Braintree at Zapustas Arena at 7 tonight.
3. CITY OF FRAMINGHAM MEETINGS (all remote unless otherwise noted):
- Framingham Planning Board at 7 p.m
- Framingham Public Library – Personnel Subcommittee at 7 p.m.
- Team Framingham at 7 p.m.
Just a reminder that Team Framingham runners can submit a runner’s Q&A. Check out the ones already published.
4. Mayor Charlie Sisitsky spoke at the Framingham Business Association meeting yesterday (lead photo)and attended the School Committee meeting last night.
It was the largest crowd for a Framingham Business Association meeting since Governor Charlie Baker spoke. More than 75 business owners and guests attended the lunch meeting at La Cantina.
Today, the Mayor will meet with the Keefe Tech Superintendent and attend MetroWest Care Connection’s briefing for community leaders.
5. MetroWest Jewish Day School is holding a virtual open house tonight at 7. MetroWest Jewish Day School is a Pre-K through Grade 8 community Jewish day school that celebrates pluralism and diversity.