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  1. Concerts on the Green - Alan & The Alligators (Rock)

    July 19, 2019, 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM @ Framingham Village Green (Edgell Road and Oak Street, Framingham)

    The *concert series will be held every Friday evening,  June 21 - August 9, 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. on the Framingham Village Green (Edgell Road and Oak Street, Framingham). In addition to a welcoming family environment, there are a variety of vendors participating each week. So grab your lawn chair, blanket, picnic basket and head on down to Framingham Concerts on the Green, Friday evenings this summer!!  See you there!!     *No alcohol allowed. Concerts are weather permitting.  All cancellations will be announced by 4:30 pm on Framingham Parks & Recreation Facebook page and on our cancellation line 508-532-5962.

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Office of the Mayor - Public Events Calendar


    July 19, 2019, 1:30 PM - 2:00 PM @ Intersection of General Greene Avenue and North Main Street, Natick

    On Friday, July 19th, at 1:30 p.m., Transportation Secretary and CEO Stephanie Pollack will join Highway Administrator Jonathan Gulliver, Senate President Karen Spilka and state and local officials from Natick and Framingham at a ground breaking event for the Framingham-Natick-Cochituate Rail Trail. MassDOT officials will be releasing their Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan. The $12.4 million project involves the construction of 2.4 miles of rail trail and includes a grade separated crossing at Route 30, as well as replacement of the CSX Bridge over Route 9. A section of the trail also includes a spur line connecting to the Natick Mall. At the northerly end, a grade separated crossing of Route 30 will be constructed to provide the connection to the Framingham section of the CRT. At its southerly end, the trail connects to Route 27 along Willow Street, just north of the MBTA station.

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