October 19, 2019, 9:00 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; or hunt for goodies in the Bag Room where you can fill a paper grocery bag for just $7! There's something for everyone!
October 19, 2019, 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM @ Framingham Centre Common
First Parish Church in Framingham is having its 29th annual Pies on the Common.
Hundreds of homemade pies for sale, Crafters, vendors, candy table with homemade fudge, breads & coffee, activities for children and food! This year Daniel’s Table of Framingham will be selling delicious food for all to enjoy and help to support their mission. Come and enjoy a wonderful fall day on the beautiful Framingham Centre Common.
October 19, 2019, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM @ 185 Concord Street, Framingham, MA, 01702
Bring your friends to join owners Rhay and Shalana to celebrate their new gleaming fitness studio at 185 Concord Street at their Happy Saturday fitness bonanza. Their creative, multi-purpose studio will inspire you to feel your best. At the event, you'll get fitness demos and learn how to make time for proper fitness nutrition!
- 14 Frederick Street (turn into the Arcade Parking lot) about 300 feet east of Sofa Cafe/Los Pinos.
October 19, 2019, 8:00 AM - 8:00 PM @ SHERATON FRAMINGHAM
Massachusetts Advocates Standing Strong (MASS) was established in 1998 as a non-profit self-advocacy organization. It was founded on the belief that people with disabilities should be meaningful participants in all decisions that impact their lives, both on an individual level and system wide. MASS’ founders were inspired by the People First movement which originated in Sweden in 1968. Members of the movement were demanding to be seen first as a person not a disability. The People First Movement is the disability equivalent of the civil rights movement and MASS is the People First Group of Massachusetts.
Today MASS continues to operate as a state-wide self-advocacy organization run for and governed by people with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities (ID/DD). Our board, members, trainers, and conference presenters are all individuals with disabilities.