Preview of Coming Saxonville Attractions with Bob Halpin, Town Manager
Please join us Wednesday, March 26, at 7:00 PM at The Edwards Church Education Building, 39 Edwards
Street, for the Friends of Saxonville Annual Meeting. Our featured speaker for the evening will be Framingham
Town Manager, Bob Halpin.
Bob will give an overview of the continuing and proposed construction projects in Saxonville. Projects
in the queue include the Cochituate Rail Trail, the Athenaeum Hall, Water Street and Central Dam,
the Fire Station, the Ellingwood Operation, Danforth Farms, the Conservation Area at Danforth Farms,
the Aqueduct Trails, and the former State Lumber Site. There will be time for questions after the
Refreshments will be served. The Friends look forward to your joining us for this opportunity to obtain
reliable and timely information on all Saxonville projects.
For information, email David Longden.
We think you will enjoy your wine and beer more when you drink them from a Saxonville Athenaeum glass.
These glasses are available for purchase. Email Paula Longden to purchase and for delivery options. Cost is $10/glass. Your purchase will support The Saxonville Athenaeum renovation project.
||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.
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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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