Framingham Cultural Council Press Release

From: Framingham Cultural Council FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE ​May 13, 2024 Framingham Cultural Council Press Release On Thursday, May 2, 2024 the Framingham Cultural Council (FCC) held their annual Awards Reception in the Costin Room of the main Framingham Library at 6:30...
Spring Fest 2024

Spring Fest 2024

This year we are hosting a Day Downtown with offering a new exciting opportunity; Spring Fest.  This event will be in collaboration with the Early Childhood Alliance, Framingham Public Library and many other community organizations and local vendors. There will be...
N+1 Cyclery Blog

N+1 Cyclery Blog

N+1 Cyclery is a bicycle repair shop located in downtown Framingham on 57 Waverly Street. The shop’s manager Francisco has had a passion for bikes for 40 years which was the main inspiration for his business. He also wanted to actively participate in keeping the...
Terra Brasilis Blog

Terra Brasilis Blog

Considered one of the most traditional Brazilian restaurants in Massachusetts, the Brazilian-style buffet, Terra Brasilis Restaurant is one of the many loved restaurants in Downtown Framingham. The owners first opened in 2001 in Framingham and have since opened new...
Jack’s Abby

Jack’s Abby

Jack’s Abby is a popular and loved brewery, beer Hall and kitchen where they also make delicious pizzas in Framingham. The lagers they brew are a prominent part of their business as they are considerably smoother than other beers. The goal is to make lagers that...
A Look at Waverly Market

A Look at Waverly Market

Waverly Market is a family-owned meat market that has been in business since 1929. It is located at the 6 mile mark for the Boston Marathon. Fresh meat, Italian artisan cold cuts, homemade pasta and desserts are served here with pride and passion. David Stefanini has...
Historic Framingham Cushing Memorial Park

Historic Framingham Cushing Memorial Park

As we celebrate the 4th of July, we thought we’d look at one of Framingham’s most beautiful historic locations! Cushing Memorial Park was bought by the US War Department during World War II and there was a military hospital built on the site. It was named after Dr....