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Monday, March 30th, 2015

  • CELTICS @ Charlotte | Sports and Recreation
  • "A Wound Too Deep to Heal" | Arts and Entertainment
    Posted by Town Planner Calendar of Metrowest

    "A Wound Too Deep to Heal" - 5-7pm, Framingham State University, Alumni Room, McCarthy Center,  as part of the And Justice
    for All Series. 
    A Wound too Deep to Heal?
    Conversations on the Armenian Genocide at 100  --

    The year 2015 marks the
    one hundredth anniversary of the Armenian Genocide, the massacres and forced deportations that
    claimed the lives of more than one million Armenians.    The political
    and academic contention over the interpretation of this genocide continues to divide the communities
    of Armenians and Turks, despite efforts at dialogue and reconciliation. The speakers will
    deliberate on their own endeavors and hopes for a constructive conversation to heal the historical
    wounds.

    Panel: Pamela
    Steiner, Ed.D., 
    Fellow, FXB
    Center for Health and Human Rights, Harvard School of Public Health; 

    Gonca Snmez-Poole, 
    Filmmaker/Founder of TAWA (Turkish-Armenian Women's
    Alliance); 

    Harry
    Parsekian, 
    President, Friends of
    Hrant Dink; 

    Paula Parnigian,
    President, World View Services.


    The event is free and open to the public.  To register, visit:
     framingham.edu/artsandideas.


  • Food Chains: Movie Screening and Discussion | 7:30pm - | Community and Civic Groups, Clubs, food chain
    Food Chains: Movie Screening and Discussion - Food Chains shows an intrepid group of Florida farmworkers battling to defeat the $4 trillion global supermarket industry through their ingenious Fair Food program, which partners with growers and retailers to improve working conditions for farm laborers in the United States.
    The Fair Food Program this film explores has been called “one of the great human rights success stories of our day” and “a model elsewhere in the world” by the UN Working Group on Business & Human Rights. This screening is brought to you by Transition Wayland, Congregational Church of Weston environmental action group, Open Spirit, Interlock Media, and One Earth Collaborative.

    Learn more at our website

Tuesday, March 31st, 2015

  • Florida @ BRUINS | Sports and Recreation
  • Watercolors in Nature | 10:00am - 1:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, adults, creative, seniors, watercolors, painting, art, nature, explore, fun
    Posted by Mass Audubon's Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary

    Watercolors in Nature - Let the beauty of nature inspire your painting! Watercolors are a great way to experience nature and brighten up a day. Explore the use of textures, lines, colors and more. Bring your own painting wish list! Small class size for individual attention. May join series in progress.

    Relax, enjoy and create! Pre-registration required. Online registration available.

    Learn more at our website

    Contact: Broadmoor Education Coordinator. Phone: 508.655.2296. broadmoorprograms@massaudubon.org

  • Book Club | 7:00pm - 8:00pm | Library Events, books, clubs, reading, conversation
    Book Club - Join us for book club, where we'll discuss "Gilead" by Marilynne Robinson. New members always welcome! Copies of the book available at the library, or request one here: http://library.minlib.net/record=b2254552

    Learn more at our website

    Contact: Bacon Free Library. Phone: 508.653.6730. bfl@minlib.net

  • Food Chains: Movie Screening and Discussion | 7:30pm - | Community and Civic Groups, Clubs, food chain
    Food Chains: Movie Screening and Discussion - Food Chains shows an intrepid group of Florida farmworkers battling to defeat the $4 trillion global supermarket industry through their ingenious Fair Food program, which partners with growers and retailers to improve working conditions for farm laborers in the United States.
    The Fair Food Program this film explores has been called “one of the great human rights success stories of our day” and “a model elsewhere in the world” by the UN Working Group on Business & Human Rights. This screening is brought to you by Transition Wayland, Congregational Church of Weston environmental action group, Open Spirit, Interlock Media, and One Earth Collaborative.

    Learn more at our website

Wednesday, April 1st, 2015

Thursday, April 2nd, 2015

  • BRUINS @ Detroit | Sports and Recreation
  • "The 29th Day" | Arts and Entertainment
    Posted by Town Planner Calendar of Metrowest

    "The 29th Day" - 4:30pm, Framingham State University, Alumni Room,  as part of the And Justice for All
    Series. 
    The 29th Day: Ensuring a Livable Planet for Future Generations  --

    A fact: those who are least responsible for causing climate change will be the most likely to suffer. This raises profound ethical questions, in the name of justice for all.    Professor Patrick Parenteau, from The Vermont Law School, has been involved in drafting, litigating, and implementing environmental law and policy for four decades. This presentation will explore solutions to the climate crisis by looking at specific public and private sector initiatives needed to de-carbonize our economy.  

    The event is free and open to the public.  To register, visit:
     framingham.edu/artsandideas.


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Wednesday, April 15th, 2015

  • CELTICS @ Milwaukee | Sports and Recreation
  • International Film Series | Arts and Entertainment
    Posted by Town Planner Calendar of Metrowest

    International Film Series - 7pm, Amazing Things Arts Center, 160 Hollis St.,
    Framingham.   Ziad Doueiri's THE ATTACK (L'Attentat; Belgium, Egypt, and France; 2012).  When a successful Palestinian surgeon is informed that his wife was
    a suicide bomber whose attack killed a dozen children, he sets out on a mission to prove her
    innocence. In the process he learns the truth not only about his marriage but also about the need
    for moral responsibility. In Arabic and Hebrew with English subtitles. 102
    min.
    Film screenings and disucssions are led by FSU Professor Emeritus Dr. Arthur
    Nolletti, Jr.
    Free admission for FSU Faculty and Staff with ID. Other non-FSU students
    get in for $5.00. The cost is $9.00 for Amazing Things members, $5.00 for seniors
    and $12.00 for general admission.


  • Washington @ RED SOX | Sports and Recreation
    Posted by Town Planner Calendar of Metrowest

    Washington @ RED SOX - boston.redsox.mlb.com

Thursday, April 16th, 2015

  • Dawids Return: Journey of an African Bushman | 7:30pm - 8:30pm | Arts and Entertainment, talk, lecture, nature, conservation, wildlife, Africa, book, conservation
    Posted by Mass Audubon's Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary

    Dawids Return: Journey of an African Bushman - In 2011, Patrician Glyn set off for the Kalahari, to find traces of a long-dead Bushman by the name of Makai Kruiper, a legendary mystic, hunter and healer who roamed ‘The Thirst Land’ a century ago. By her side was Makai’s grandson, Dawid, a man as legendary as his forebear. Dawid was 76 years old and easily the most famous Bushman in South Africa, having featured in numerous films, documentaries and books and for the most celebrated human rights victory for the Bushmen of Southern Africa. In 1999, Dawid and his clan won a land claim against the former apartheid government. Patricia will tell the story of what she witnessed on this trip: the fragments that remain in the Kalahari sand of a long-gone life; the extraordinary memory and tracking skills that helped Dawid find his grand-father’s artifacts, some 100 years after they’d been buried; the secrets that have been handed down from son to son. Hear how losing their land brought the Khomani people to a state of utter despair and rage, and how going back to their heritage places helped to heal and restore them. Learn what the Bushmen can teach us about respect for our natural resources, how to preserve them and how the ‘old’ Bushman attitudes hold the key to our environmental future. Join us for a compelling and amusing talk about a journey with a group of irreverent storytellers, free spirits, hilarious mimics and loving people.

    Please join us for a meet the speaker desert reception and book signing following the talk. Pre-registration recommended. Online registration available.

    Patricia Glyn made her name as a broadcaster on South African radio and TV where she hosted news and actuality programmes, did profile interviews, music shows, quizzes and documentaries. Once again Patricia and her professional team of photographers and filmmakers have brought back amazing photos and footage, the best of which have been selected to illustrate her talk about this grand adventure.

    During the 13 years she was on air, Patricia spent her vacations enjoying the great African outdoors. She hiked in wilderness areas, walked 500 kilometres through Zimbabwe at a rate of 50 kilometres per day, canoed sections of several of Africa’s great rivers, climbed Kilimanjaro twice, and Aconcagua (the highest mountain in the Southern Hemisphere) once – all but the last 300 metres when the team was beaten back by a killer storm.

    In 2003, Patricia decided to make adventures her living and she spent three months at Mount Everest, reporting on the Discovery team’s efforts to stand on top of the world. Her daily journal describing life on this great mountain was later published as a popular book called Off Peak.

    Her next adventure was a 2000 kilometre walk from Durban to the Victoria Falls in the footsteps of her ancestor, Sir Richard Glyn, who got to the Falls soon after David Livingstone. The two thousand kilometre journey took her along the old hunter/trader routes to the interior of Africa, often off-road and often in Big Five territory. Footing with Sir Richard’s Ghost is the book Patricia wrote about this odyssey and it is a best-seller in South Africa.



    Learn more at our website

    Contact: Broadmoor Education Coordinator. Phone: 508.655.2296. broadmoorprograms@massaudubon.org

Friday, April 17th, 2015

  • Baltimore @ RED SOX | Sports and Recreation
    Posted by Town Planner Calendar of Metrowest

    Baltimore @ RED SOX - boston.redsox.mlb.com

  • Legislative Breakfast | 8:00am - 9:30am | Community and Civic Groups, Clubs, homelessness, poverty
    Legislative Breakfast - Hosted by Family Promise Metrowest and Natick Service Council.

    You are cordially invited to join us and learn more about how we can come together as a community in providing solutions surrounding the critical issues of poverty and family homelessness.



    Where: The event will be held at Family Promise Metrowest's Day Center located at the Common Street Community Church, 13 Common Street, Natick and will include a tour of Natick Service Council.



    Please RSVP to admin@familypromisemetrowest.org or 508-418-4820 by
    Monday, April 13, 2015

    Learn more at our website

    Contact: Family Promise Metrowest. Phone: 508.418.4820. admin@familypromisemetrowest.org

Saturday, April 18th, 2015

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