1186 Worcester Rd.
Framingham, MA 01701
Phone: (508) 879-1510
Fax: (508) 875-2686
"As one of the leading coffeehouses in the metro Boston area, the Uncommon has been the host for hundreds of top folk, big band, and world acts since its beginnings in the mid-80s.
The Natick American Legion Hall is a popular entertainment venue located in the beautiful city of Natick, Massachusetts. Besides being a leading venue for live music performances, this hall also hosts a range of other cultural and fun events throughout the year. Call +1 508 653 9848 for event timings and additional information.
Housed inside the former Summer Street Firehouse, which was built in 1875, The Center for Arts in Natick (T.C.A.N.) is a cultural center that serves as a platform for emerging and national performers. The center offers a space of 9,000 square feet with a multi-purpose stage on the upper floor and administrative office and a green room on the lower floor. The stage has a seating capacity for 290 spectators and is equipped with advanced technology and infrastructure which is ideal for social as well as cultural events. Famous folk artists and groups like Ellis Paul, Firefall and Dave Mason have performed at the cozy theater facility of The Center for Arts in Natick. Call or visit their website to know more.
Babson College may be a business school, but with the help of facilities like the Sorenson Center for the Arts, there is also an emphasis on fostering a love for the arts. The Carling-Sorenson Theater is one of the performance venues at this center, and is the site for a vast array of performances. This 441-capacity theater boasts top-notch sound and lighting, which enhance any performance. It also comes complete with dressing rooms and a lobby and rehearsal studio.
PepsiCo Pavilion is part of Babson College and is the epicenter of the campus buzz. The venue is host to many sports events, regularly playing host to tournaments, championships, leagues and so on along with events in performing arts. Catch dance shows, concerts, convocations and many other college events held here. The place is well facilitated and brings many sports buffs and connoisseurs of performing arts under one roof.
The Walker Center is a historic structure which operates as a rental space for private events. Built with a mix of Italianate and Colonial Revival styles, the center was designed by Coolidge & Carlson. It was established in 1913 and was previously used as a home for Missionary Children. The center also offers an accommodation facility at moderate prices. This historic venue is a great place to host your business meetings or corporate events. For information about reservation and rent please log on to their website.
The University is named after the late Louis Dembitz Brandeis, an associate justice of the US Supreme Court. The huge 235 acres complex is well equipped with facilities for academic as well as extra curricular activities. The University campus is also available as venue for events and meetings. Cholmondeley, the coffee house, is ideal for a concert or a comedy show, while the Intercultural Center are available for meetings, conferences, dances and concerts. The Rose Art Museum has a lovely contemporary art collection, worth a visit. A lot of Cultural activities and festivals also take place on the campus and are exciting to attend.
This historic hall in it's most beautiful Italianate style is the Exchange Hall. This beautiful hall consisting of three levels with the balcony on the front of the first two levels and a hall on the third is absolutely stunning. This hall is wide with an amazing florring and looks great. It is a great visit place and also conducts several ballroom events and many more here.
Located across the Woodward Avenue, the Berlin Town Hall dates back to 1870s. It is a historic building that was fully restored and renovated in 2007. This special hall can also be hired for private events and celebrations and features several splendid rooms. Included in the National Register of Historic Places, private, social and cultural events are a regular feature here.
The Publick Theater has been moving audiences with its professional theater for years. Composed of three main programs, the Mainstage/Outdoor program, The Young Company, and Shakespeare Workshop, each performance is performed by a small group of talented, dedicated individuals, often incorporating works and productions from the other two programs. The Publick Theater states its mission as "demonstrating the power of spoken word" and bringing its high-quality performances to Boston and the world.
Boston College is a coeducational, Liberal Arts Jesuit university with an undergraduate student population of 9,000. The campus, build in 1913, features the finest examples of Collegiate Gothic architecture in the United States and is quite visually stunning. The university's flagship building, Gasson Hall, towers above "the Heights" (the local term for the campus) and its bells can be heard for miles in all directions. Stop in the McMullen Art Museum in Devlin Hall and admire the fine art, as well as the stunning architecture of the admissions building, chosen as the most beautiful building in Boston in 2006. Football games draw the largest crowds, so beware of driving nearby during game days. Boston College mixes the resources of a large research university with the individualized attention and strong community more often found in small Liberal Arts colleges, and both students and faculty benefit from this. Come and enjoy the rich history that the University is steeped in and take an unforgettable stroll around the campus!
The Conte Forum, located at Boston College, is host to ice-hockey and basketball games. A brand new sound system has been installed which means that every patron in the over 8,000 seating capacity of Conte Forum will enjoy the sights and improved sound quality of Boston College Athletics. The arena is also called Kelly Rink, for ice-hockey games, and also features several large jumbotrons.