Thursday, October 15, 2020

Franklin Cultural District Newsletter - October 2020

Welcome from The Chair ... Nancy Schoen

"With the changing of the leaves and the cool crisp evenings we are reminded that fall is now officially here. During the last seven months we have seen our local arts establishments close their performance venues and pivot to offering many performances online. While the future is still uncertain, we in Massachusetts are fortunate that we are now well into Phase 3 of the state’s reopening plan. This phase of the plan allows performance venues to hold both outdoor and indoor performances at a reduced capacity. Many local restaurants are also continuing to serve customers at both indoor and outdoor spaces.

Having a strong arts and cultural presence in Franklin provides opportunities for our community to come together during these challenging times. As our arts establishments and restaurants work to find their way in this pandemic let’s all do our best to patronize these businesses in Franklin. If you are not quite ready to attend a live performance or go out for a meal, purchasing a gift card that you can use in the future is a wonderful way to support our local businesses!"

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Franklin Cultural District Newsletter - October 2020
Franklin Cultural District Newsletter - October 2020


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