Whether it’s a date night or a weekly workshop, the Metrowest area offers plenty of opportunities to learn, play and listen. Meet new people, get to know local artists and maybe even find your next hobby!

Framingham Repair Cafe: Saturday, February 18th 2pm – 5pm

Have you got something that needs fixing or mending?
Bring it to the Repair Café
Scott Hall at 24 Vernon Street, Framingham

Our volunteers can help fix many things for FREE including clothing, lamps, small appliances, computers/other electronics, bikes, batteries, toys, jewelry and sewing machines. We will also have a station for sharpening knives, scissors and garden tools.

If you know what parts are needed, please get them ahead of time.

Follow the Facebook Event here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1117441409654983

Framingham Public Library – Featuring free events for both adults and children daily, you’ll find something for everyone at the FPL. More information on everything from crafting and story time to movie nights, stretching and job seeking workshops (and much more) can be found here: https://framinghamlibrary.org/calendar

The Natick Center Cultural District – Explore community events happening at the Bacon Free Library, Center for the Arts in Natick and online at https://natickcenter.org/events/

atac: downtown arts + music (Framingham) – Plan an outing and support local artists right in downtown Framingham. Check out all the upcoming concerts, comedy shows and open mic nights here: https://www.atac160.org/upcoming

Vokes Theatre (Wayland) – If it’s live theater you’re after, no need to trek to Boston. Tickets are now on sale for the next production (opening February 24th!) and can be purchased at https://www.vokesplayers.org/

Photo credit: Matthew Banks