Enjoy these FREE courses for adults 60+ on ZOOM!
Journey to the Center of the World: Europe, 1830-1900
The British Empire in the age of Queen Victoria, France of the Impressionists and the rebuilding of Paris, the unifications of both Italy and Germany, and the flourishing of the arts and sciences when European civilization was at its height are stops we shall make along the route to understanding how Europeans shaped the world and were shaped by it.
Fridays: January 6, 13, 20, and 27
Registration is required and due by Tuesday, January 3. Online registration opens on December 5, at 11:00 am.
Please go to www.framinghamlibrary.org/adventures or bit.ly/Adventures-FSU for full course descriptions, registration information, and instructions for using Zoom (by computer, tablet or phone).
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Learn to use a sewing machine while making a tote bag! Bring your own quilting weight cottons or come at least 30 minutes early to pick from our supply. Supplies and space are limited. Registration required at http://bit.ly/FPL-Adult-Sewing.
Learn to use a shuttle loom and weave a 6 inch wall hanging using yarn and other decorative items. Supplies and space limited. For adults. Registration required at http://tinyurl.com/FPLshuttleLoom.
The holiday cards we know and love today did not start out as friendly, festive, and jolly. Victorians shared the holiday spirit with images of singing beetles, dead birds, and dancing frogs. Drop in to create your own Victorian Yuletide card.
Join us to learn how to mix some of your favorite nonalcoholic drinks! Space and supplies are limited. Register at http://bit.ly/FPL-Mocktails.
Come to the Project B Gallery for a reception for a new art exhibit every month, and visit artist studios to see what they are working on, and discuss their techniques.
We have painters, sculptors, photographers, multimedia artists, stained glass artists, fiber artists, ceramicists, print makers, video artists, woodworkers, and more...
Sherlock Jr. starring Buster Keaton
Buster Keaton is a laugh riot in this Romantic comedy “who-done-it” about a private detective wanna be. He gets framed for stealing a pocket watch that a jealous rival took at his girlfriend’s house. Back at the movie theater, Buster falls asleep and solves the crime by dreaming that he is in the film being shown. Great fun!
The Garage starring Fatty Arbuckle with Buster Keaton
Roscoe and Buster operate a combination garage and fire station. In the first half they destroy a car left for them to clean. In the second half they go off on a false alarm and return to find their own building on fire.
Join us in person at the Main Library or watch live on our YouTube channel at http://youtube.com/FraminghamPublicLibrary.
Registration or event questions? Call us at 508.532.5570 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This event is sponsored in part by Metro Credit Union, Middlesex Savings Bank, Roche Brothers, St. Mary’s Credit Union, and Friends of the Framingham Library.
Join the Framingham History Center and Voices of MetroWest for our annual FREE holiday celebration! Guests of all ages are invited to sing along to their favorite carols inside the historic Village Hall on the Common. Discover the history behind some of your favorite holiday tunes while enjoying caroling, holiday crafts, and delicious treats and hot cocoa.