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  1. Framingham Farmer's Market

    October 19, 2017, 12:00 PM - 5:30 PM @ Town Common

    This year, more than 20 local vendors will offer produce, meat, fish, baked goods, lemonade, clothing, jewelry, hand-crafted items, beauty products, and professional healthcare, nutrition, dental and energy consultation. More vendors may be added as the season progresses. Vendors include Hanson’s Farm, Silvia’s Farm, Flats Mentor Farm, Framingham Community Farm, Velma’s Kettle Corn, Captain Marden’s Seafood, Great Harvest Baking Co., Shamrock Hives Farm, When Life Gives You Lemons, OMG! Bagels, Everything Jalapeno and Not, Pony Shack Cider, Full Circle Arts, Jennifer’s Handmade Soap, LuLaRoe Clothing, Brookfield Candle, True Happiness Designs Jewelry, Elzire’s Acre Goat Milk Soap, Artist Dave Gayman, Atlantis Dental, Cultivate Nutrition Consulting, Sun Run Home Solar, Direct Energy Solar, Palmetto Energy and Skyline Solar.

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  2. Framingham Library Book Sale

    October 21, 2017, 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM @ Framingham Public Library

    We offer 3 rooms with thousands of books, DVDs, and other materials in all genres. Shop our Book Room, arranged by category like a bookstore; browse the nicer quality selection in the lobby Book Sale room; or hunt for goodies in the Bag Room where you can fill a paper grocery bag for just $7. The lobby special this month is crafting. We have numerous books on various crafts, as well as knitting needles, crochet and Tunisian hooks, wool tapestry yarn, embroidery thread, and miscellaneous notions. Proceeds from the sale support library programming, museum passes, and more.

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  3. Fall Craft and Vendor Fair, Framingham Knights of Columbus

    October 21, 2017, 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM @ Eagles Club

    Join us for a Fall Craft and Vendor Fair hosted by the Framingham Knights of Columbus. Handmade crafts, jewelry, candles, clothing, health and beauty and more. LuLaRoe, Perfectly Posh, Thirty One, Tupperware, Scentsy, Paparazzi, Beauty Counter, Pure Haven, Young Living Oils, Jamberry, Arbonne, Muse Mary, Younique, Steeped Tea, It Works, Usborne Books just to name a few vendors.

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  4. Sunday Book Sale at the Library

    October 22, 2017, 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ Framingham Public Library

    The book sale continues on Sunday October 22 from 1-4pm. If sports events, work, or other obligations have kept you away from the Saturday sale, then this special Sunday sale is perfect for you. With 3 rooms to shop in, you'll find a wide range of materials. All James Patterson and Danielle Steele books are half price (many as low as 25 cents)! The lobby special this month is crafting. We have an abundant variety of books on various crafts, as well as knitting needles, crochet and Tunisian hooks, wool tapestry yarn, embroidery thread, and miscellaneous notions. In the Bag Room, fill a paper grocery bag for just $7. Proceeds from the sale support library programming, museum passes, and more.

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  5. Framingham Farmer's Market

    October 26, 2017, 12:00 PM - 5:30 PM @ Town Common

    This year, more than 20 local vendors will offer produce, meat, fish, baked goods, lemonade, clothing, jewelry, hand-crafted items, beauty products, and professional healthcare, nutrition, dental and energy consultation. More vendors may be added as the season progresses. Vendors include Hanson’s Farm, Silvia’s Farm, Flats Mentor Farm, Framingham Community Farm, Velma’s Kettle Corn, Captain Marden’s Seafood, Great Harvest Baking Co., Shamrock Hives Farm, When Life Gives You Lemons, OMG! Bagels, Everything Jalapeno and Not, Pony Shack Cider, Full Circle Arts, Jennifer’s Handmade Soap, LuLaRoe Clothing, Brookfield Candle, True Happiness Designs Jewelry, Elzire’s Acre Goat Milk Soap, Artist Dave Gayman, Atlantis Dental, Cultivate Nutrition Consulting, Sun Run Home Solar, Direct Energy Solar, Palmetto Energy and Skyline Solar.

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  6. Saint Bridget School Admissions Open House

    October 26, 2017, 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM

    Join us for our first Admissions Open House. Meet the Teachers, visit the classrooms and take a school tour from a current parent and current student. All are welcome to see the amazing things we are doing at SBS!

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  7. League of Women Voters Candidate Showcase - City-wide Elections

    October 28, 2017, 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ Nevins Hall

    Candidates for Mayor and for At Large City Councillor will answer questions posed by a League of Women Voters moderator and by a representative of MetroWest Daily News. You may submit a question between October 20 and October 26 to VoterService.LWV.Framingham@gmail.com with the Subject Line "Question City-Wide Races". Please keep your question short, do not address the question to a single candidate, and specify whether the question is for the Mayoral or Councillor candidates.

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  8. Voices from Edgell Grove Cemetery

    October 28, 2017, 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM @ Edgell Grove Cemetery

    The Framingham History Center presents a spooky Halloween tradition that began at the Old Burying Ground has moved to this beautiful “garden cemetery” modeled after Mount Auburn in Cambridge. Join us for a stroll and visit with some of the luminaries buried here. You will hear from: Mary Eames who was the first person interred at Edgell Grove; mapmaker—Warren Nixon; General George Gordon and his wife Lizzie; historian, Josiah Temple, and a Revolutionary War soldier who died of smallpox and was reinterred in the soldier’s lot before developers destroyed his original grave behind Framingham’s “pest house”. There are others who are waiting to tell you their tales, but we don’t want to spoil their surprise! Content is most suited for ages 8+ and wear appropriate footwear for hilly terrain. Refreshments following the tour at Plymouth Church. Rain date - November 5th Tickets may be purchased on the day of event if we haven’t sold out…. Questions? Call 508-626-9091.

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