Embrace the new collaboration between Exhibit 'A' Brewing Co. and Amazing Things Arts Center as they unveil the Morton Street Gallery! This gallery will feature local artists with a unique style well suited to the brewery environment. The gallery will be curated and juried by Amazing Things and Exhibit 'A' Brewing Co.! On-site parking at 81 Morton St.
Create holiday ornaments or ceramic gift tags using clay, all while learning basic hand-building techniques. Tuition includes all materials and firing. Finished artworks can be picked up 3 weeks after the workshop. Ages 5 to 15. Advance registration required; price is per person so register anyone planning to create something.
Musical performances will be provided by Framingham Public Schools and the Framingham Girl Scouts. There will be face painting, cookies and hot chocolate. Children and families can have their photograph taken with Santa for a dollar and a free book will be provided to each child.
Celebrate the Season with Community Kiln! Come visit the studio and purchase one of a kind gifts for yourself and loved ones. There will be an abundance of sculptural and functional ceramics for sale. A portion of the proceeds will benefit Community Kiln's scholarship program.
At Paint and Pints, have fun, sip a beer and take home your masterpiece. All materials will be provided in this Winter Themed Edition! Tickets are $40 and include instructions, all materials for your masterpiece and one Springdale beer.
Get to know your community on this four-hour adventure through downtown Framingham! Learn about others' passions and aspirations this holiday season while you partake in our fun holiday games and show off your unique stroll swag! We'll announce the holiday gear winner and help you vote on the best storefront window decorations, too! Remember - there is zero pressure to drink or even spend money at every venue!
Each select vendor has been paired with a specialty brew from Springdale Beer. Intrigued? Check out more here!
> 1854 Cycling pays homage to the Abolitionist movement in Framingham's own Harmony Grove, where activists like Henry David Thoreau, William Lloyd Garrison, and Sojourner Truth gathered in 1854. Proceeds help end cycles of poverty among formerly incarcerated.
> Venezuelan Artist Franklin Marval lives in Boston and works as an art teacher at the Boston Day and Evening Academy in Roxbury, MA. He is intrigued by colors and shapes, which create situations similar to human behavior, events of nature, and the observation of reality.
> MW Knits offers uniquely colorful creations. Amy Weader is a well-known artist and clerk of Framingham's former Fountain Street Studios. Come meet Amy and check out her wonderful, eye-popping collection!
> Brookfield Candle Company is home-based out of Framingham and creates triple-scented, handmade candles. Each candle is made to order using 100% all natural renewable soy wax. Only the finest uncut, undiluted oils are used. Stop by and say hello to Karen!
> Susie Rich is an author of children's books and social worker
Raised in Cincinnati, Ohio, Susie has spent her career working in the social work/homelessness prevention field. She has written great children's books and resides near Boston with her family. Please stop by to meet her.
> Welcome to School of Rock, where students learn to rock their worlds. School of Rock has the best combination of instructors, instruments, and captivating programs to get your student strumming, drumming, playing, or singing their way to rock-star status.
> Toy Trucks and Succulents from Nicole will not disappoint! These memorable, vintage items will help you make an impressive mark upon your friends and family. Stop by Nicole's table to see what the commotion is all about!
> Atlantis Dental's team knows that oral hygiene is important during all months, especially the holiday season. Stop by to visit this hard-working team that proudly represents downtown Framingham. Care kits will be available for everyone!
Celebrate the holiday season and shop with a cop from the MetroWest! Return the application linked here by December 14th. Approximately 100 children will be chosen, based on financial need or military parents currently deployed. Students that are accepted will be notified by phone or email no later than Thursday, December 14th.
- Your child must be available on December 19, 2017
- Your child must be in kindergarten through 8th grade
- You must live in Middlesex County
Wait - the voting isn't over! Throughout the month, we will upload storefront window displays from our downtown businesses. You, the people, can vote online for your favorites! Our esteemed panel of Celebrity Judges will decide the best overall. Stay tuned for more voting news! Winners will be announced at a January City Council meeting, and winners will receive complimentary paid social media marketing!