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  1. Lifelong Learning: A Highway Runs Through It: American Cities and Modernization Before 1956

    October 28, 2021, 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Virtual via Zoom

    In the early 20th century, the design of highway projects in American downtowns captivated the imaginations of city leaders, architects, and engineers alike. Learn about the evolution of these landscapes from architectural historian Dr. Finstein, who will present a lecture stemming from her new book, Modern Mobility Aloft: Elevated Highways, Architecture, And Urban Change in Pre-Interstate America. If you have not registered before, go to http://bit.ly/FPL-Lifelong-Learning-Lectures to join our mailing list and to receive the Zoom link for each lecture.

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  1. METROWEST COMMERCIAL SPACE : WHAT'S NEXT (Framingham EDIC)

    October 28, 2021, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

    Join regional experts for a virtual event to discuss how the pandemic has impacted commercial workspace and discuss ways to help commercial space thrive in the Framingham and the region. As the pandemic continues to impact commercial activity – and as the status of commercial workspace remains in flux – Framingham and surrounding communities face a challenge: what will happen to vacant office space and other commercial properties after the pandemic? What can the City and others who support the region’s economic development do to help commercial space pivot to survive and thrive? Join leaders to discuss the status of commercial workspace and how business and community leaders can address the challenge. Participants: • Stephanie Hirshon, Deputy Director, MetroWest Chamber of Commerce • Garry Holmes, President, R.W. Holmes Realty Co., Inc. • Doug Lawrence, Chair, Framingham's Economic Development and Industrial Corporation • Charlotte Maynard, Managing Partner, Creative Deve

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