The Zip trip will be at Cushing Memorial Park on 760 Winter St. Framingham is a town in Middlesex County, about 20 miles west of Boston and mid-way between Boston and Worcester.
As of the 2010 US Census, the population of Framingham was 68,318. In July of 2015, the average annual selling price of a single-family home was $381,706. The average for a condo was $169,815 and the average annual selling price for a multi-family in Framingham was $339,713.
Framingham has three major business districts, “The Golden Triangle,” Downtown/South Framingham, and West Framingham. The villages of Framingham include Framingham Center, Saxonville, and Nobscot.
The town of Framingham has every type of food you could possibly desire, in every type of setting, from fast food to fine dining, Brazilian to Thai, and from casual coffee shops to upscale micro roasters. There’s something for everyone!
Beautiful outdoor spaces including The New England Wildflower Society’s Garden in the Woods, can be found to inspire all of Framingham’s nature loving residents, where acres upon acres of cultivated gardens are there for all to enjoy.
The mission of the Framingham Public Schools is to educate each student to learn and live productively as a critically thinking, responsible citizen in a multicultural, democratic society by providing academically challenging instructional programs taught by a highly qualified and diverse staff.
The Framingham Public School District is made up of 14 public schools that include Framingham High School, three middle schools, nine elementary schools, and the Blocks Pre-School. The town also has a regional vocational high school and a regional charter school.
Framingham is also home to several private and specialty schools and colleges, including Framingham State University and The Massachusetts Bay Community College Framingham Campus.