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If you’ve gone to the Franklin Art Center lately, you’ve probably seen a fresh new face, young artist Madison Weber, who grew up in Franklin and recently graduated from Framingham State with a major in Art and minor in education.
Certified for high school and coming off the heels of a student teaching position in Weston, Weber hopes to find a position teaching art at the high school level. In the meantime, she’s teaching art classes at the Franklin Art Center.

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July Programs at the Franklin Public Library

Every Monday
Story & Craft for ages 3-6 at 10:30 a.m.
Stories, activities, and a craft for children ages 3 to 6 who are able to attend “on their own.” This program lasts around 45 minutes. Please note – no program on August 4th.
Family PJ Storytime for all ages at 6:30 p.m.
Come in your pajamas with your favorite storytime pal and we will provide the bedtime stories.
Every Tuesday
Family Storytime for all ages at 10:30 a.m.
Join us for thirty minutes of stories, fingerplay, and music the whole family will enjoy.

10th Annual Pete’s Bluebird Car, Truck & Motorcycle Show a success

More than over 200 vehicles of all types, antique to brand new, headed to Pete’s Bluebird on Mendon Street in Bellingham in early June. They were headed to Pete’s to have fun and raise funds for some good causes. Bill and Stammy Coniaris, owners of “Pete’s,” and the Car Show Staff, set up tents, picnic tables, heated up the grills and invited everyone to come and stay awhile. Enjoying the sunshine and some great music, people came, stayed, and had a wonderful time.

He Literally Wrote the Book on Sand Training

APECS/CrossFit Tri-Valley Offers Unique Sand Training Opportunities

Getting through an interview with Jason Shea, owner of Athlete Performance Enhancement Centers (APECS)/CrossFit Tri-Valley at 276 Village Street in Medway, was tough. To be honest, my lower back was killing me, and I wasn’t comfortable sitting, only standing. I’d walked into the right place.


Since May of 2005 when I started my own business I have advertised in nearly every local print media. The Medway - Millis paper has resulted in more contacts and sales than anything I have tried before. I am now advertising in the new Franklin paper as well and have stopped all other print
advertising. Thank you Local Town Pages for results and excellent customer service.

John C. Schroeder
Village Cabinet Design, LLC