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  1. METROWEST HUMANE SOCIETY FUDGE FUNDRAISER

    September 11, 2020 - September 26, 2020 @ FRAMINGHAM CENTER COMMON - PICK-UP LOCATION OF PRE-SOLD FUDGE

    We have a special opportunity for you to satisfy your sweet tooth! For a limited time, we are holding a fundraiser with The Fudge Lady. 100% of the profits go towards the shelter in helping us keep our expenses down. Don't like fudge? Buy a box or two as a gift!! https://www.facebook.com/events/389618308941863/

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  2. Relax and Reinvigorate with Meditation

    September 17, 2020, 11:00 AM - 11:30 AM

    Email framinghamlibraryevents@gmail.com for an invitation and link to the Zoom session. Start your week off right with a half hour of guided meditation and other opportunities for care free relaxation techniques! Join us the third Thursday of each month as Leslie teaches us valuable techniques to relax and reinvigorate before the stresses of the week take hold. With Love and Gratitude is a nonprofit organization dedicated to service and education www.withloveandgratitude.com.

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  3. Lifelong Learning Lectures Series

    September 17, 2020, 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

    This free Thursday 7:00pm lecture series via Zoom is a partnership between Framingham State University and Framingham Public Library. Please email framinghamlibraryevents@gmail.com to join our Fall 2020 mailing list and receive Zoom links to these lectures. September 17 – 100 Years of Bauhaus Design: Craftsmanship for the Machine Age. GUEST SPEAKER: Dr. Amy Finstein, Assistant Professor, Visual Arts, College of the Holy Cross. This year marks the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Bauhaus, the German national school of art, architecture and craft that merged interests in honest functionality with a celebration of the new materials of the machine age. As its teachers and students fled Nazi Germany, they brought their designs to new audiences around the world. This lecture will explore the legacy of key Bauhaus designers in Germany and abroad, including local examples.

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