brewCycle  Sunday, May 21st | 12- 4 pm 
The Framingham Downtown Renaissance is keeping the momentum high in Downtown Framingham
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official Bike Week Boston event!

We've shut down the 80 block of Morton Street.
Explore the best FREE block party in Framingham

experience the
Exhibit 'A' Brewing Company outdoor beer garden.

go Downtown - bike - walk - or park at 37 Waverly Street

brewCycle TOP 5

  1. Voice your support for enhanced walking & cycling infrastructure
  2. SURPRISE your kids with a FREE cycling safety rodeo
  3. Never get stuck again - try the FREE fix-a-flat bike clinic hosted by n+1 cyclery
  4. Check out new and vintage bikes from our local, small-business cycling companies,      n+1 cyclery & 1854 Cycling Company
  5. Shrink your carbon footprint while you savor the great GottaQ BBQ Truck, enjoy jams from the sustainable Holt Hill Audio, and sample one of the many great craft brews from Exhibit 'A' Brewing Company


Dr. Sumbul Naqvi (center) leads Atlantis Dental at 118 Concord Street.  She is a health care and wellness pioneer who has volunteered without hesitation to help spur growth in downtown Framingham.   Dr. Naqvi chose to sponsor brewCycle because she champions environmentally friendly policies that call for enhanced infrastructure to support improved walking and cycling downtown. Be sure to visit the Atlantis Dental booth, where you can even recycle your toothbrushes!  
Manny and John are the brothers that keep downtown Framingham produce-secure with their expansive selection of fruits and vegetables at Tesoro Supermarket at 80 Hollis Street.  Stop by their table this Sunday to stay hydrated...and don't forget to recycle!
Become a brewCycle sponsor today!
It turns out security on a Sunday is pretty expensive, but we recognize the high value and need for events just like these in our diverse downtown.  
Bring your family to the Springdale Beer Barrel Room at 102 Clinton Street from 5 to 9 pm on Sunday, May 21st.  There will be a suggested donation at the door, and the event will be open to everyone!  Please support this great fundraiser led by our FDR partners from Jack's Abby and Springdale Beer. 
In need of live music?
Amazing Things Art Center has you covered!
Head to the Amazing Things Art Center at 160 Hollis Street to catch the New Sound Assembly and Women of Note at 3 pm on Sunday, May 21st!  The Amazing Things Art Center is wonderful non-profit that partners with FDR to bring you live entertainment and fine art!
the great downtown revitalization! 
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