Thursday, June 20, 6 p.m. (location TBD)
Saturday, June 22, 2013
us at the old Danforth Street Bridge. Activities are below.
1 p.m. - Nature Walk
Have you ever wondered what that plant is, if it were edible or could be used for medicinal purposes? Did you wonder what animal chewed a branch, left behind some food or made a footprint in the ground? Then join the Framingham Conservation Commission on a guided nature trail, led by Commission members with the assistance of Conservation Staff. Meet us at the Sudbury Landing Trail Head in Saxonville. Parking is available off of Hillside Street, Sudbury Landing and other low traffic streets in the area, but vehicles must be parked on the odd numbered side of these roads. Registration is required. Contact the Framingham Conservation Commission at (508) 532-5460 and ask for Meaghan Walters or Katie Messer, or send an email to the Conservation Commission at: ConservationCommission@iframinghamma.gov.
2:30 p.m. - Raptor Panel Unveiling
Join OARS and Friends of Saxonville for the unveiling of a beautiful Return of Raptors panel at the Danforth Street Bridge kiosk. We will also dedicate the kiosk to former FOS board member George Dixon. Celebrate with ice cream provided by Friends of Saxonville.
3 p.m. - Historic Talk and Tour
Join us for a talk and tour of historic Saxonville. Meet on the Danforth Street Bridge.
Board meetings begin at 7:30 p.m.
Thursday, June 20, 2013
For more information, email David Longden or call him at (508) 877-7034.
||The Saxonville Mills: Three Centuries of Industry in Framingham
Kevin A. Swope (author) and
James L. Parr (editor)
Photographs by Lynne Damianos
Design by Lisa Breslow Thompson
The mission of the Friends of Saxonville is to educate the public about the special identity of Saxonville, an historic neighborhood of Framingham, Massachusetts, and to preserve, enhance and protect its cultural, economic, environmental and historical qualities.
Fabulous photos from Jingle Bell Day - 2012
Business/Group Members Bulletin Board
Spring 2013 Newsletter
What was known as the Black Road in Saxonville?
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Top 10 Reasons to Join FOS
10 - Because you live or work in Saxonville.
9 - Because you love Saxonville and its history.
8 - You want to be a part of our future.
7 - You like to hear people say, "Friends of Where?".
6 - To learn about local lore.
5 - To keep up-to-date on the Cochituate Rail Trail, Carol J. Getchell Trail, Danforth Bridge and Athenaeum.
4 - To help preserve the history of the oldest part of our town.
3 - FOS members are my new BFFs!
2 - Saxonville is historical, hip and happening.
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