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Art things this weekend

November 2nd, 2010


This weekend is open studios at the Saxonville Studios.  Theyll be open Nov. 6-7 from 12-5pm
From the Studios:
Free and family-friendly Open Studios at Saxonville Studios (1602B Concord Street, Framingham) on Saturday, November 6th and Sunday, November 7th, from noon until 5:00 pm. Park in the Watson Place parking lot (behind the Atheneum in Saxonville off Concord Street) and it’s a short walk through the Saxonville Mills to Building 2B and the studios, or drop off passengers at Building 2B and then park. Artists will be opening their studios for you to visit, see their art, and learn about their processes of creating art. There will be art and holiday gift items for sale, also. Gallery 2B will be showing the artists’ works in oil, acrylic, watercolor, sculpture, mixed media, photography, silk painting, and fiber art. For map and artist info: http://www.saxonvillestudios.com


Also this weekend is the Performing Arts Center of Metrowest’s production of And Then There Were None 
Performances: November 5 and 6 at 7:30 pm
and Sunday November 7 at 2 pm
at The Performing Arts Center of Metrowest
140 Pearl Street, Framingham
(3rd Floor of the Danforth Museum Building)
Advance Tickets: $15 Adults; $13 Students/Seniors
$2 more at the door
go to http://www.pacmetrowest.org for more information

2 Comments »

  1. If you have ever read Agatha Cristie or not this is the production to see! It will keep you guessing even if you think you know the ending. I’ve had the priviledge to see rehearsals and the mystery still keeps me guessing. This is a must see, Framingham has incredible talent!

    Comment by Carolyn November 3, 2010 @ 8:12 am

  2. Please note this production is by Framingham Community Theater, the adult theater group housed at the Performing Arts Center.

    Comment by Carolyn November 3, 2010 @ 8:14 am

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