June 29th 5:00-8:00 The Franklin Historical Museum Presents - 1776

From IMDB:
The film version of the Broadway musical comedy of the same name. In the days leading up to July 4, 1776, Continental Congressmen John Adams and Benjamin Franklin coerce Thomas Jefferson into writing the Declaration of Independence as a delaying tactic as they try to persuade the American colonies to support a resolution on independence. As George Washington sends depressing messages describing one military disaster after another, the businessmen, landowners and slave holders in Congress all stand in the way of the Declaration, and a single “nay” vote will forever end the question of independence. Large portions of spoken and sung dialog are taken directly from the letters and memoirs of the actual participants.

2014 FCC Grant Recipients

1529963_623850187687725_91627517039247686_oThe Franklin Cultural Council announces a Public Art Project honoring the 40th Anniversary of the Massachusetts State Bug…Born in the town of Franklin.

The Franklin Cultural Council’s Award Reception is this Sunday, April 6 at 2:00 pm at the Historical Museum. All recipients of Cultural Grants have been invited to receive their award at Sunday’s presentation. The event is open to the public and refreshments will be served.

The mission of the Franklin Cultural Council (FCC) is to encourage and enhance opportunities for enrichment in the cultural arts and sciences throughout our community. Comprised of committed residents, the FCC meets monthly from September through May with the purpose of supporting events and programs through grants from the MCC.