presented by Downtown Framingham, Inc.

WHEN:   Sunday, September 23    |  1:00 pm - 3:30 pm

WHERE:  Downtown Framingham's history-filled Manufacturing District

MEET:   Board Shuttles at 1 pm near ~ 139 Clark Street  (north side of Jack's Abby parking lot)

TICKETS:  1 for $10.00 or two for $15.00                            - minors must be accompanied by a legal guardian

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1. Exhibit 'A' Brewing Company



Take a deep dive into the Exhibit ‘A’ Brewing Companywhich celebrates its second birthday on August 25, 2018.  Learn about the brewing processes that deliver their trademark brews along with the experiential Demo Tape Series.  

2. Tripp Street Studios 

MAPA Translations




For nearly 11 years, MAPA Translations & Language Solutions has demonstrated how to run a successful, growing business, with services ranging from interpretation, translation and localization, multicultural marketing, voice-over, cross-cultural training and consulting, along with hosting Studio 3 English. 

On this tour, you will meet CEO Drita Protopapa, who will demonstrate the very best of this Tripp Street asset.

3. Jack's Abby Brewing, LLC



Named the 2018 Massachusetts Manufacturer of the Year by the Small Business Administration, Jack's Abby has demonstrated how to build business, community, and culture in downtown Framingham since 2011.  With a growing employee base and launch of Springdale Beer in 2016, Jack's Abby finds new, creative ways to deliver a memorable community experience.   You won't want to miss this part of the tour!

4.  "Howard Street Open Studios: Art in the Heart of the Dennison Triangle

Launched in 2017, the Howard Street Studios at 162 Howard Street has been a mecca for artists seeking the downtown life while perfecting their craft.  With bright walls, high ceilings, and a community feel, these artists are eager to share their work with the community.  Stop by to learn more about the backgrounds and driving passions of each artist.

This event is made possible by our partners!

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