Framingham, Mass. — Framingham Public Library is pleased to invite the community to the grand opening of its brand new Citizenship Corner on Friday, March 23rd at 10 a.m. at the Main Framingham Public Library, 49 Lexington Street in Framingham.
Located on the 2nd floor of the Main Library, the Citizenship Corner will provide easy access to information and resources to obtain U.S. citizenship, the naturalization process, and English language learning. Patrons can find access to forms, books on American history and civics, citizenship study and test materials, and other resources to help guide them on the path to citizenship.
The Citizenship Corner is made possible by a $15,000 LSTA (Library Services and Technology Act) grant from the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners. The grant funded the creation of the Citizenship Corner as well as the development of expanded Literacy Services in the form of Saturday Conversation Classes for those seeking to learn or improve their English. In addition to these Saturday Conversation Classes, the Library is also providing free Citizenship classes. For more information contact Literacy Unlimited at the Framingham Public Library at email@example.com or 508-532-5574.
For more information about the Citizenship Corner please visit Framingham Public Library website at https://framinghamlibrary.org/services/citizenship-corner.
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