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  1. Celebrate Our One Millionth Storytime With Hey Grandude!

    September 8, 2019, 11:00 AM @ Barnes & Noble

    Celebrate our one millionth Storytime this weekend! Join us to read Sir Paul McCartney's first picture book about the fun that grandparents and grandkids can have together. Plus, enjoy fun activities and a Confetti Cupcake for $1.50 with any Café purchase (Café stores only).

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  2. The New England Bicycle Show & Swap Meet 2019

    September 8, 2019, 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM @ Exhibit 'A' Brewing

    We're back with our third show! We're excited to once again continue the tradition of the Larz Anderson Car Museum and Bicycle show, which was held in Brookline, MA, until 2014. General admission is free. If you plan to enter bikes into the show, you will need to pay a fee of $5.00 per bike. You may pay this fee on the day of the event. See the show page for more information. Vendor booth spaces are $40. We require vendors to register before the event. See the vendors & sponsors page for more information. http://nplusonecyclery.com/2018event.html Parking is available in front of Exhibit 'A', (81 Morton Street) along side streets, and along Route 135. Food and, of course, local craft beer will be available for purchase during the full length of the event.

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  3. “In a Good Cause”: Framingham and the Fight for Women’s Suffrage

    September 8, 2019, 2:00 PM @ Village Hall

    When Framingham resident Louise Mayo was arrested in 1917 for picketing the White House in support of the 19th Amendment, her daughter told the Boston Post, “Of course we feel terribly to have mother arrested. It seems like a disgrace, doesn’t it? But we don’t mind for it’s in a good cause.” Two years later, local store owner Josephine Collins went to jail for refusing to disperse while participating in a demonstration on Boston Common. While the two may be Framingham’s most widely recognized suffragists, they were far from the only members of the community who protested, picketed, organized, and provided financial support in the fight to secure the vote for women. Framingham History Center (FHC) member and volunteer Anita Danker, Ed.D. Lecturer in Education at Framingham State University, will highlight the contributions of these women, as well as others, and showcase various locations throughout Framingham where events of consequence were held to advance the “good cause.”

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  4. Sunday Concert Series: Constantine Finehouse and Mickey Katz

    September 8, 2019, 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ Framingham Public Library

    Pianist Constantine Finehouse and cellist Mickey Katz perform.

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