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Editor's Picks: 5 Things To Do Today, March 8

Plant-based eating, Thai food, money tips for kids, reception with artist and BINGO at Stapleton featured today.

Pad Thai at The Thai Place on Route 9. The restaurant is participating in Shop & Explore MetroWest. Credit: Charlie Pasewark
Pad Thai at The Thai Place on Route 9. The restaurant is participating in Shop & Explore MetroWest. Credit: Charlie Pasewark
Below are my editor's picks for things to do today, Saturday, March 8:
  • Kids & Money: The main Framingham Library is hosting a workshop for kids ages 7-11 to learn money saving tips at 10:30 a.m. Pre-registration is required for the free workshop. Attendees will learn how to make good choices about spending, saving, budgets and goal setting with money coach Margie Slater.
  • Plant-based Eating: Learn about plant-based eating and taste a variety of vegan dishes prepared by passionate cooks, and learn how to include more easy plant-based options in your repertoire at Edwards Church in Saxonville at 12:30 p.m. Admission $5. The event is sponsored by Open Spirit, the Vegan MetroWest Network and Transition Framingham.
  • 20% off Thai Food: The Thai Place participating in the MetroWest Visitors Bureau's  Shop & Save MetroWest through Sunday, March 9. Mention Shop & Save MetroWest and receive 20 percent off your bill. 
  • Artist Reception: The newest one-man show at Fountain Street Fine Art gallery is Kellie Weeks' Fabrications. The gallery is open today and tomorrow from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. but tonight there is a reception with the artist from 5 to 7. Her paintings, "encaustic in nature, embark on an investigation in personal relationships that develop as a result of changing and shifting boundaries," according to the gallery. 
  • BINGO: Stapleton Elementary School will hold its 3rd Annual Family BINGO Night from 6 to 8.
Cathy Miles March 08, 2014 at 08:01 AM
I haven't had the pad thai but the food is great at The Thai Place. Fountain Street Fine Arts is also participating in Shop & Explore so after visiting , head over to The Thai Place. You won't be disappointed with either!
Susan Petroni March 08, 2014 at 08:52 PM
Cathy: Thanks for posting. I ate at The Thai Place Friday for lunch and it was yummy. There are lunch and dinner prices. Loved the Thai Ice Tea too!

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