Welcome to the

Framingham Centre Common
Cultural District

The Framingham Centre Common offers the timeless vista of a prototypical New England village with churches and stately white homes gathered around a rectangular common shaded by trees along its length. With this 18th century common as its hub, the Framingham Centre Common Cultural District (FCCCD) offers a rich, distinctive blend of the old and the new, including historical architecture, arts, cultural, and educational institutions, businesses, and open space.

So whether the purpose of your visit is to check out a museum exhibit or participate in any number of events on the Common, shop, have a meal, or paddle the Sudbury River, the Framingham Centre Common Cultural District is the place to enjoy these activities and more in the heart of our city.

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Mayo-Collins Square
Panel Unveiling

On August 26, the 100th anniversary of the adoption of the 19th amendment, the FCCCD and the Framingham History Center unveiled an interpretive panel at Mayo-Collins Square on the Centre Common. This panel tells the history of two prominent Framingham suffragists, Louise Parker Mayo and Josephine Collins.

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Framingham Centre Common Cultural District23 hours ago
Framingham State University and Framingham Public Library's Lifelong Learning Lecture Series for Winter-Spring 2021 begins Thursday, January 28. Sign up for their mailing list to receive Zoom invites to all the lectures!
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Framingham Centre Common Cultural District1 day ago
You can always join Mystic Fitness Yoga Studio at 9 am on Facebook for some morning flow!
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Mystic Fitness Yoga Studio
Please enjoy our live-streams and Video-On-Demand Library at any time, on Facebook, Instagram and Youtube. We rely on the kind donations from our viewers to support our live-stream classes. If you would like to make a donation, please jump onto our Venmo account (Mystic Fitness or mystic.fitness) or mail a check made out to "Mystic Fitness" to Mystic Fitness, 855 Worcester Road, Suite 18, Framingham, MA 01701.
Thanks for coming to class!
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Framingham Centre Common Cultural District2 days ago
Today! Join Danforth Art at 3 pm for the newest installment in their Sunday Spotlight series, with artist Rebecca Hutchinson discussing her exhibition, Midnight Blooms.

Visit Eventbrite.com to register for free - search for Danforth Sunday Spotlight.
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Framingham Centre Common Cultural District3 days ago
Get a new perspective with Common Ground Yoga's Aerial Yoga Fundamentals workshop this Sunday! Suitable for all levels - a chance to try something new, or to work on some of the basics!
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Framingham Centre Common Cultural District4 days ago
Haven't made any progress on your resolution to learn a new instrument? Visit Centre Music House for a free trial lesson! Sign up on their website, www.centremusic.com/free-trial.
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Framingham Centre Common Cultural District5 days ago
Arts and Ideas at Framingham State University's Spring 2021 calendar of events starts in two weeks! They have a great series of online events lined up with the theme of The Public Self: Citizen as Change Agent. Visit their website to learn more about the series and sign up for the webinars.

Want To Get Involved?

There are a number of ways to participate, including:

1.) Sign up for our mailing list for news from the District.
2.) Follow the FCCCD and the individual member institutions on social media.
3.) Link to the institution websites and help cross-promote events with your customers.
4.) Attend cultural events and encourage others to do so.