Tuesday, December 11, 2012
Framingham Parks & Recreation and Durham Transportation will offer free shuttle to Shoppers World and the Natick Mall.
The Framingham Parks and Recreation will offer a free shuttle bus to Shoppers World and the Natick Mall Saturday Dec. 15 Avoid the hassle of trying to find a parking space and leave your car at Bowditch Field, as Durham Transportation has volunteered to help shoppers. There is no fee, but pre-registration is required no later than Dec. 12. To register call the Framingham Parks & Recreation office at 508-532-5960.
Saturday, November 3, 2012
Framingham Youth Football & Cheering will host the BayState Superbowl games Sunday at Bowditch Field.
Framingham Youth Football & Cheering will host the Bay State Superbowl games Sunday, Nov. 4 at Bowditch Field. Everyone is invited to attend the games for free to cheer on Framingham's two nationally-ranked youth football teams. The Framingham Youth Football A Team, comprised of eighth graders, finished the regular season undefeated at 9-0. They are ranked third in the county in the American Youth Football All-American rankings. They defeated Needham Tuesday to earth a spot in Sunday's championship game. Last year as a seventh grade team, they won the Bay State League Championship, Massachusetts State Championship and the New England Regional Championship. In doing so, the team qualified for the national American Youth Football playoffs in…
Saturday, June 30, 2012
The U.S. Air Force band of Liberty performed at Bowditch Field Friday night. Framingham Patch will have more photos and video on Monday.
The U.S. Air Force Band of Liberty performed at Bowditch Field Friday night. Framingham Patch will have more photos and video from the event on Monday.
Friday, June 29, 2012
The U.S. Air Force Band of Liberty will perform tonight as part of the summer concert series, which will be held at Bowditch Field at 6:30.
The U.S. Air Force Band of Liberty will perform tonight (Friday, June 29) as part of the summer concert series, which will be held at Bowditch Field at 6:30 instead of the regular Framingham Centre Common. This will be the kick off to the free summer concert series, as last week's scheduled first concert was cancelled due to bad weather. Attendees are encouraged to bring blankets and chairs to put on the football field for this concert, or sit in the stands of the stadium. Feel free to pack a picnic too. Framingham Patch is proud to be one of the sponsors. Stop by our table and say hello!
Friday, March 30, 2012
Before they head off to Japan to play the #1 ranked United States Womens' Soccer Team in the Challenge Cup, the Brazilian Women's National Soccer team played an exhibition game in Framingham.
Ranked fourth in the world, the Brazilian national women's soccer team played an exhibition game at Bowditch Field, minus their star player Marta Vieira da Silva. The 2012 Summer Olympic-bound Brazilian team defeated Franklin Pierce, a Division II college team from New Hampshire, 9-0 in an exhibition game. With the wind whipping and temperatures in the mid 40s, youth soccer players and their families and members of the Brazilian community watched a World Cup caliber team Thursday afternoon. Covered in blankets and waving green & yellow flags, locals cheered on the Brazilian national team. That game hosted by the New England Revolution was a warmup for both teams, which are expected to compete in the 2012 Summer Olympics in London. Five-…
Thursday, March 29, 2012
Framingham Board of Health voted unanimously to revoke HoMei Seafood's food permit citing numerous code violations.
Our daily column, 5 Things You Need to Know Today, will help you to get your day started and offer you some fodder for water cooler conversation. 1. Bowditch Field will host an exhibition soccer game between Franklin Pierce College and the Brazilian Women's National soccer team at 3:30 p.m. today. Former Franklin Pierce soccer player Gabriela Demoner, a four-time All-American for the Ravens from 2006-09, is a member of the Brazilian team. Demoner, from Vitoria, Brazil, posted 32 goals and eight assists her senior year at FPU. She was poised to be a part of Brazil’s 2011 World Cup team before suffering an injury, reported the Keene Sentinel. Demoner and Brazil will face the United States and Japan in the upcoming Challenge Cup. The request …
Tuesday, March 27, 2012
There will be a scrimmage between the Brazilian Women’s National Soccer Team and Franklin Pierce College at Bowditch Field.
Bowditch Field will play host to the Brazilian women’s national soccert eam Thursday, said Parks & Recreation Director Bob Merusi. There will be a scrimmage between the Brazilian women’s national soccer team and Franklin Pierce College at 3:30 pm. Admission is free.
Sunday, December 4, 2011
Framingham cheered on the 7th grade Framingham Flyers football team Friday night at Bowditch Field. The team left Saturday to compete in the American Youth Football national playoffs.
Framingham cheered on the 7th grade Framingham Flyers football team Friday night at Bowditch Field. The team is the Bay State League Champions, Massachusetts State Champions and the New England Regional Champions. The team left for Florida and the national American Youth Football playoffs Saturday. The Flyers first game is Monday. Framingham Youth Football treated the players and their families to a pasta dinner at the Framingham Elks after the rally. Half the team flew out of Logan Airport in Boston and half flew out of Worcester very early saturday morning. Knights Airtport Limousine Service provided transportation to the airport for the New England Champion Framingham Flyers team. The cost of the championship quest is $45,000+. More …
Saturday, September 10, 2011
Framingham High Flyers opened the season Saturday night with a 41-10 win over Wellesley High School at Bowditch Field.
Framingham State University, playing at Bowditch Field, defeated Nichols Friday night 54-13. Matt Silva, who was making his first collegiate start, made five touchdown passes and now shares the single game touchdown pass record.
Saturday, September 10, 2011
Freshman quarterback Matt Silva of Dracut tied a school record with five touchdown passes and rushed for another as the Framingham State University football team defeated Nichols College 54-13 in non-conference action tonight at Bowditch Field. With the win, the Framingham State Rams even their record at 1-1, according to a press release from Framingham State University athletics. Silva, who was making his first collegiate start, completed 14 of 14 pass attempts for 234 yards with no interceptions in just one half of action. With his five touchdown passes to three different receivers Silva now shares the single game touchdown pass record with three former Rams. Silva rushed for 58 yards on five carries and scored the Rams first touchdown…