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Praying Town - a Documentary about the Praying Indians
Come and learn more about the Native Americans in our region through the story of John Eliot, a Puritan, who emigrated to America in 1631 with a mission to bring
Christianity to the native people of Southern New England. Eliot formed many praying towns in the area –Natick being
the first. He had great success until disaster struck.
Natick filmmaker, Zadi Zokou, will present the first 50 minutes of his documentary Praying Town and answer questions following the showing. Framingham
History Center research volunteers will be available to answer questions related to the overlap with more local Native Americans as well. Praying Town was produced with the support of the Natick Historical Society and
Museum, the Morse Institute Library and Natick Pegasus. Refreshments will be served.
Suggested program donation at door - $5.00
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|Where||Village Hall 2 Oak St, Framingham, MA 01701|
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|Time||7:00 pm–8:30 pm|
|Price||$5.00 suggested donation to the FHC|
More About Village Hall
Built in 1834 (during Andrew Jackson's presidential term), Village Hall was has been a library and town offices. Today, the Greek Revival–style structure is available to rent for weddings and other social events. There is a large foyer, a cocktail reception room, a bar service area, and a fully equipped kitchen. The hall can provide tables and chairs, too. It can be booked for up to six hours at a time.
Village Hall is on the National Registry of Historic Places.