Framingham Pride

  1. Pride & Progress Community Project
  2. June 13th Pride Ceremony

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1. Identify a publicly accessible Framingham location with a backdrop in one of the 11 colors featured in the progress flag, or set up a colorful backdrop in your home. The more locations folks select, the more diverse and beautiful our flag will be! Below are just a few examples and location suggestions.

2. Take a selfie or group photo* against the backdrop. Make sure the color you’re trying to feature is prominent—this will help us create a vibrant design!

3. Upload the photo to throughout the year. The final day to submit photos will be December 31, 2021.

*Please note that photos submitted will be displayed publicly only as part of our flag, which will fly proudly over Framingham next year. A digital copy of the flag design may also be shared electronically.

Example Locations:

  • White: Fence at corner of Pinewood Drive and Clara Road
  • Pink: Mural at 199 Concord Street
  • Light blue: Green Leaf Restaurant, 62 Water Street
  • Brown: YMCA, 280 Old Connecticut Path
  • Black: David Bakalar statue outside ATAC, 160 Hollis Street
  • Red: MetroWest Community Federal Credit Union, 200 Concord Street
  • Orange: May Hall, Framingham State University
  • Yellow: 1609 Concord Street
  • Green: Framingham Public Library loading dock, 49 Lexington Street
  • Medium blue: Avenue C, Eastleigh Farm
  • Purple: Mural behind ATAC, 160 Hollis Street

(Have a bright purple garage door, a brilliant yellow hedge on your property, or a brightly-painted kitchen wall? Private locations work too, as long as you have permission to be there!)

After you submit your photo to, we suggest that you follow @outmetrowest, post your photo on social media using the hashtag #FraminghamProgressFlag and #FraminghamPride or go to for updates!

Have questions about this project?

Email Lara Vilahomat at the Framingham Public Library at