Showing posts with label pizza. Show all posts
Showing posts with label pizza. Show all posts

Thursday, March 21, 2024

Reminder: Join the Cosmic Pizza Party on April 4

Join us on April 4 for a Cosmic Pizza Party!

All Ages Welcome

Did you know Earth Day is on April 22? 

Did you also know that Franklin is deciding to celebrate Earth during the entire month of April? If not, now you do! 

Come join us on April 4 for our Earth month kickoff with a COSMIC CELEBRATION to learn about the centennial solar eclipse, other celestial bodies, and how Earth kicks it with the stars. We'll be making box pinhole projectors to safely view the solar eclipse on April 8. 

RSVP by March 28 to

Join us on April 4 for a Cosmic Pizza Party!
Join us on April 4 for a Cosmic Pizza Party!

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Thursday, November 30, 2023

Franklin Recreation schedules annual Pizza Party with Santa - Friday, Dec 8

via Franklin Recreation Dept 

"Don't forget to join us next Friday as Santa pays a visit to the Rec Department for a Pizza Party!!! 
We will have crafts, bounce house, face painting and of course pizza! 
Register online at"

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Franklin Recreation schedules annual Pizza Party with Santa - Friday, Dec 8
Franklin Recreation schedules annual Pizza Party with Santa - Friday, Dec 8

Saturday, October 14, 2023

Sierras Pizza & Pub schedules Greek Night on Tuesday

Franklin's Most Favorite Pizza & Pub

370 King St. Franklin, MA 02038 | Phone : (508) 488-9900 

Catering : (781) 479-9440 |

So Here Is The Bottom Line

As Always  Best Regards

It is Our Pleasure Serving You
& thank you for allowing us to do so.

This Is Mike Da Greek & I Approve This Message

Sierras Pizza & Pub
Sierras Pizza & Pub

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Franklin, MA 02038

( 508 ) 530 - 0868 

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Saturday, September 9, 2023

Cruise night at Sierra's Brick Oven Pizza - Mondays through October, 2023

Cruise night at Sierra's
Cruise night at Sierra's


"ONLY A COUPLE MORE WEEKS LEFT OF 𝐂𝐑𝐔𝐈𝐒𝐄 𝐍𝐈𝐆𝐇𝐓!! Come join us on Monday nights and check it out!"

Sunday, June 13, 2021

Nick Gaspar Day at George’s Pizza - June 23

"Join us and show your support for Nick on Wednesday June 23rd, 2021 by eating at George’s!

15% of ALL Orders will be generously donated by George’s to support Nick and his family.  

Please visit George’s @ 1 Crossing Plaza Franklin, MA 02038 or CALL 508-528-0055
or order online ->"


Visit the webpage for additional ways to support the Gaspar family

Nick Gaspar Day at George’s Pizza  - June 23
Nick Gaspar Day at George’s Pizza  - June 23

Sunday, September 27, 2020

THE pizza box recycle story: yes, it can be recycled (no food, moderate grease)

Derek Adams replied to my email asking for clarification on the responses raised when we had shared the pizza box recycle update earlier this week.

Derek's response: (bold added for my emphasis)

"I spent today (Friday) at the Recycling Center. Together, the lead employee and I called Miller Recycling (our vendor for cardboard at the Recycling Center). We asked whether or not they accept Pizza Boxes with grease on them. They responded that they do, in fact, accept pizza boxes with moderate grease (however, zero food waste accepted with their recycling program).

I have also spent this week reaching out to Waste Management. There has been discrepancies between the contacts I have at Waste Management regarding their curbside policy. Ultimately, I have received correspondence that indicates Waste Management accepts “No-Food Pizza Boxes” as recyclable material. This is our policy moving forward.

If residents find they are having issues recycling pizza boxes in their curbside recycling bins, they should feel free to contact me to mitigate any potential problems.

Thank you for bringing this issue to light! "
Hopefully  for this recycle item going forward, let Derek know (copy me please, so if there is any change, I can be sure to spread the good word.)

Derek's email is

You can also reach Derek via the request form on the Recycling/Sold Waste page

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The pizza box story: yes, it can be recycled (no food, moderate grease)
The pizza box story: yes, it can be recycled (no food, moderate grease)

Tuesday, September 22, 2020

Recycling reminder: The box=YES! The Pizza=NO!

Recycling reminder: The box=YES!  The Pizza=NO
Don't forget to add those empty pizza boxes to your recycling bins!  
For additional info on what to or not to recycle, visit the Solid Waste page at the Town of Franklin
Recycling reminder: The box=YES!  The Pizza=NO!
Recycling reminder: The box=YES!  The Pizza=NO!

Thursday, August 22, 2019

"Papa Gino’s will donate its last day of East Central Street sales to the Franklin Food Pantry"

From the Milford Daily News, articles of interest for Franklin:

"Papa Gino’s will close its East Central Street store at the end of the day on Sunday, but the Village Shopping Center spot will remain open.

All employees at the East Central Street store have been offered a transfer to either Franklin Village or a location nearby, according to Nicole Mazzarella, a spokeswoman for the brand.

The company is calling the move a consolidation to “more efficiently utilize our resources,” according to a press release.

“This decision has nothing to do with company performance; in fact, our sales - locally and overall - have been stronger and guest visits higher than they have been in years. The Franklin restaurant closing is rooted only in efficiency through consolidation,” said Tom Sterrett, president and COO, in a statement."

Continue reading the article online (subscription may be required)

Papa Gino’s will close its East Central Street store
Papa Gino’s will close its East Central Street store

Tuesday, July 30, 2019

Pineapple pizza? Yes or No?

How divisive have we become online? Very.
"What does pineapple pizza have to do with interference by Russia and other trolls in U.S. elections? 
Everything, the head of an American cybersecurity agencies says. Because foreign governments, trying to create divisiveness, want Americans to argue and will go after low hanging fruit, like pizza toppings. 
From a little-known conference put on by Fordham University and the FBI this week, DHS Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) Director Christopher Krebs tweeted his own hot take on pineapple pizza: Thumbs down.
CISA breaks down the playbook of foreign influencers into five steps: targeting divisive issues (see: pineapple pizza), moving accounts into place, amplifying and distorting the conversation, making the mainstream (see: NBC News story about pineapple pizza), and taking the conversation into the real world.

Krebs said his agency is trying to strengthen the national immune system for disinformation. "How do you take the tactics, techniques, and procedures of the bad guys, and educate the American people? How do you explain, 'This is how you’re being manipulated, this is how they’re hacking your brain?'"

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Pineapple pizza? Yes or No?
Pineapple pizza? Yes or No?

Tuesday, February 3, 2015

Hello Mac Deli

Mega Bites is gone and Mac Deli is having their grand opening on Tuesday, Feb 3rd at 11:00 AM.

Mac Deli Franklin
Mac Deli Franklin

Where is Mac Deli?
Where Mega Bites used to be. Located on West Central St between the Up Town bar and THE BLACK BOX theater. 

goodbye Mega Bites, hello Mac Deli!
goodbye MegaBites, hello Mac Deli!
Check out the Mac Deli menu online -->

Sunday, February 14, 2010

Franklin Flatbread/Spruce Pond Creamery

As the girls were growing up, one of our family traditions was to walk to Spruce Pond Creamery on the last day of school to help celebrate. I've been known to go with a banana split for dinner. It does have multiple food groups, right (fruit, dairy, nuts, chocolate!) :-)

Good food with a quaint pond view setting. Now with a wine and malt license, there is an added incentive to visit for pizza or a panini.

Of course, sitting on the porch with your ice cream is not something you'd do often in winter.

Franklin Flatbread/Spruce Pond Creamery in a green and warmer view:

Stay warm!

Sunday, October 26, 2008

Now open for business - Andro's Pizza


Yes, Andro's Pizza is now open for business.

Well, not at this very moment when I am taking this photo. It is too early this Sunday morning for pizza.

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Wednesday, October 8, 2008

Andro's Pizza - preparing to open

Some progress was observed on our walk about town this weekend. A new sign for Andro's Pizza is up. There are indications of getting ready but the ladder observed in the window says there is still work being done to prepare for the opening.

Franklin: New sign for Andro's Pizza

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Sunday, August 24, 2008

Franklin: Andro's Pizza

Franklin: Andro's Pizza, originally uploaded by shersteve.

Yes, this used to be Aroma's Caffe.

Soon it will be Andro's Pizza.

BTW - also on the food front, noticed a sign that says Nonni Roses' is now offering a full breakfast Thu-Fri-Sat.

Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Isabella's Menu - Page 2

Isabellas_2a, originally uploaded by shersteve.

Isabella's is also a good supporter of local groups and organizations. For a period of time one day during the week, they'll share a percent of the sales. As I go by almost every day coming from the train station, on most days there is a sign up for one group or another.

This is a win-win situation. Good food for a good cause!

Isabella's Menu - Page 1

Isabellas_1a, originally uploaded by shersteve.

Isabella's is one of the really good delis and pizza places in Franklin.

We got two full sheets of pizza for the Friday when the Sherlock's gathered at our place after Thanksgiving and did not end up with any leftovers.