The Framingham History Center will be unveiling an exhibition of its extensive costume collection with fashions ranging from tea-gowns to flapper dresses to an elaborate kimono representing the influence of Japanese design on ladies’ salons across the country. These styles and the stories of the women who wore them will provide a fascinating glimpse into their lives, their times, and their town.Read more >>
Framingham History Exhibition at the Old Academy
Saturday, October 15, 2016
1:00 – 4:00 p.m.
16 Vernon Street
The public is invited to view our permanent exhibition of “Four Centuries of Framingham History” during this Open House. Tour three floors of Framingham history from the Nipmucks to Shoppers’ World. Suggested $5 donation.
We have taken down the Dennison Mfg Co. exhibit, but have retained a portion of it as a permanent part of our visitors’ experience at the Edgell Memorial Library. Former Dennison employees and their families, and all others interested in Dennison history are encouraged to come and visit.
The Edgell Memorial Library is open Monday through Friday, 10AM – 4PM, located at 3 Oak St, Framingham. Also explore our permanent Civil War Exhibit and our rotating exhibition space.