Harvest Walk Friday, September 29th - 7 pm

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Harvest Walk 
   Friday, September 29th 
embark on your next social adventure

How to Harvest Walk

  1. Get plenty of sleep on Thursday night
  2. Get ready to build social capital in our walkable, friendly downtown
  3. Relax with others without any pressure to drink or spend
  4. Learn three new names by the end of the night
  5. Be a walking advocate
  6. Leave your car at home and ride Lyft, which is offering two $5.00 rides to all new users with code FRAMINGHAMMA
Harvest Walk
Get to know the locals who bring the 'Harvest Walk' to life!

here's your harvest walk line-up

7 PM

    Exhibit 'A' Brewing Company 
         81 Morton Street  


 

 

8 PM

Springdale Beer Barrel Room
    102 Clinton Street       


 

 

9 PM

    Pho Dakao  
    101 Concord Street 

  • Live Jazz!  Who Dat Band
  • Interactive community board


 

 

10 PM

Taqueria Mexico
40 Concord Street

  • Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with complimentary appetizers
  • Who will be the Harvest Walk superstar?

 

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TICKETS

$5.00
  • Adventure passport
  • Collectible Harvest Walk coaster
  • Complimentary appetizers at Taqueria Mexico
  • Chance to win a shirt from your favorite spot*
  • Fun social games at each location
 
* ticket-holders who attend ALL stops get a chance to win a shirt from their favorite Harvest Walk spot (where available)
THANK YOU FOR JOINING
the great downtown revitalization! 

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Please join Sofa Cafe for its Roastery Open House

Sofá Café kindly invites all clients, neighbors, and friends to come see firsthand our new roasting system and taste coffees from Brazil, Mexico and Colombia, ALL roasted in-house.
Amazing Things Art Center presents:  Boston Soul Revue
Friday, September 29th      8 pm      160 Hollis Street

The Boston Soul Revue takes you on a musical journey, tracing the roots of this uniquely American art form from the Blues, the early music of Ray Charles, on to the Doo Wop beginnings of the James Brown and the origins of Funk, then Memphis Soul featuring classics by Aretha, Wilson Pickett, Otis Redding, and Sam and Dave.
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