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Community Calendar

  1. Keep Framingham Beautiful Week

    October 16, 2021, 7:00 AM - October 24, 2021, 6:00 PM

    Keep Framingham Beautiful is planning our first ever “Keep Framingham Beautiful Week” which will run from Saturday 10/16 to Sunday 10/24. We will host 3 group litter clean ups on the weekends but are encouraging folks to also do small clean ups whenever and wherever they want! Please see our website for details and sign up: Please email us if you have any questions:

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  2. Advanced Genealogy

    October 18, 2021, 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Virtual via Zoom

    Uncover your family records and history through this advanced-level genealogy program. We will cover adoption, a brief summary of interpreting DNA test results, and local Framingham genealogy with guest speaker Ruthann Tomassini from the Framingham History Center. Register at by 5pm on October 18 for the Zoom link.

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  3. Transportation Master Plan, Phase II, 3rd Public Meeting

    October 21, 2021, 6:00 PM

    Framingham Public Works to Host Transportation Master Plan, Phase II, Virtual Public Meeting This Meeting is the Third of Four Public Engagement Sessions

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  4. Lifelong Learning: What Is It About Time and Human Nature in the Time of Covid?

    October 21, 2021, 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Virtual via Zoom

    As Covid ebbs, we all wonder which of the many changes we’ve made to our lives will stand the test of time. One of them is our relationship with time. But what is time? Dr. McKenna will discuss the nature of time and the question that all of us have post-pandemic. If you have not registered before, go to to join our mailing list and to receive the Zoom link for each lecture.

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  5. Yoga y Meditación con Nissa

    October 21, 2021, 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Virtual via Zoom

    Únase a la biblioteca pública de Framingham y a Nissa Diantina durante una hora de yoga y meditación. Los asistentes aprenderán a calentar y estirar el cuerpo de una forma divertida y funcional. Nissa lo guiará a través de las técnicas de respiración y cómo aplicarlas en la práctica y en la vida cotidiana. Aprenderá asanas (posturas) básicas de yoga, flujo básico de vinyasa y meditación. Para registrarse y recibir un enlace de zoom visite Esta clase es en español.

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  6. FHC Tag Sale

    October 23, 2021, 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM

    Find your next treasures at the Framingham History Center Tag Sale! Items will include: antiques, curiosities, holiday décor, furniture, linens, toys and games, cameras, tin types and gently-used household objects and more. Rain or shine both inside and outside the Village Hall on the Common (2 Oak Street). Parking is available at the 2 Oak Street lot and Oak Street, and Library Street. Cash or checks are encouraged. Masks will be required indoors only. All items have been donated to the Framingham History Center and are not part of our collection. Proceeds from the sale support our mission to preserve and share Framingham’s history in order to encourage connection to community.

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  7. From Outcasts to First Families: The Salem Witch Tragedy & the Founding of Framingham

    October 25, 2021, 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Virtual via Zoom

    Framingham’s own Anita Danker, Ed.D., will share with us stories of the resilience of the families who suffered terrible losses and became outcasts in their communities, yet went on to help found new ones. Register at by 5pm on October 25 for the Zoom link.

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  8. Lifelong Learning: A Highway Runs Through It: American Cities and Modernization Before 1956

    October 28, 2021, 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Virtual via Zoom

    In the early 20th century, the design of highway projects in American downtowns captivated the imaginations of city leaders, architects, and engineers alike. Learn about the evolution of these landscapes from architectural historian Dr. Finstein, who will present a lecture stemming from her new book, Modern Mobility Aloft: Elevated Highways, Architecture, And Urban Change in Pre-Interstate America. If you have not registered before, go to to join our mailing list and to receive the Zoom link for each lecture.

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Office of the Mayor - Public Events Calendar

  1. Learn about Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma (DIPG) and A Week for Acts of Kindness (Oct. 20-27) honoring Devin Suau (a six-year old Framingham resident who passed away from DIPG in 2017)

    October 19, 2021, 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM @

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    DIPG is a rare pediatric cancer that is aggressive, unforgiving, inoperable, and has no known cure. In 20217, the family of Devin Suau, a six-year-old Framingham resident, was told that he had just eight months to two years to live after being diagnosed with DIPG. On Oct. 20, 2017, just shy of nine months following his DIPG diagnosis, and just one week before what would have been his 7th birthday, Devin lost his battle with DIPG. In 2020, in Devin's honor, The #WhyNotDevin Foundation to End DIPG was formed. The Foundation works to support families facing a DIPG diagnosis and bring attention to DIPG. Join Mayor Yvonne M. Spicer and Devin’s Mom Christine Soutter Suau to learn more about DIPG. Attendees will be able to pose questions during the hour via Zoom's Chat function. If you cannot attend and have questions, please email with the subject line: October 18 Community Hour. A video recording of the Zoom will be available following for those who cannot attend.

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    October 28, 2021, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

    Join regional experts for a virtual event to discuss how the pandemic has impacted commercial workspace and discuss ways to help commercial space thrive in the Framingham and the region. As the pandemic continues to impact commercial activity – and as the status of commercial workspace remains in flux – Framingham and surrounding communities face a challenge: what will happen to vacant office space and other commercial properties after the pandemic? What can the City and others who support the region’s economic development do to help commercial space pivot to survive and thrive? Join leaders to discuss the status of commercial workspace and how business and community leaders can address the challenge. Participants: • Stephanie Hirshon, Deputy Director, MetroWest Chamber of Commerce • Garry Holmes, President, R.W. Holmes Realty Co., Inc. • Doug Lawrence, Chair, Framingham's Economic Development and Industrial Corporation • Charlotte Maynard, Managing Partner, Creative Deve

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Parks and Recreation

  1. Annual Pumpkins in the Park

    October 30, 2021, 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM @

    Cushing Memorial Park

    Join Framingham Parks & Rec for the Annual Pumpkins in the Park!! Pick out your pumpkin when you arrive and enjoy activities such as pumpkin painting, arts & crafts, and a hayride through Cushing Memorial Park!! Costumes are welcome !! Please Pre-register to save your spot!!

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