July 2018
July in Natick Center!
Summer has arrived and it's a busy time in Natick Center! With the warm weather you can explore our shops, restaurants, and newly painted electrical boxes downtown. Beginning with the 4th of July parade, Natick Nights every Thursday night, Farmers Market on Saturday's, and concerts on Monday nights, there's something to do downtown everyday!

Visit our full calendar of events all month long at our website at natickcenter.org .
The Sutherland Pipe Band performing on the common for Natick Nights.
Natick Nights in July!
Natick Nights is in full swing every Thursday night in July from 5:00 -8:00 pm. It's a great time to visit all the fine stores and hidden gems in Natick Center. We'll have musicians, entertainment, activities, dining and merchant specials throughout the evening!

The themed nights for July:

July 5th - Ladies Night & Healing Arts Night
July 12th - Brewfest & Movie on the Common at dusk.
July 19th - Artwalk!
July 26th - Xmas in July & Movie on the Common at dusk.

Each Thursday there's something new, so be sure to check our Website and/or Facebook page for the event listings each week.

We look forward to seeing you downtown this summer!
Natick Nights is Every Thursday in July!
4th of July Parade
63rd Annual 4th of July Parade, begins at 9:00 am! (Rain or Shine)

Parade route begins at Wilson Middle School, 22 Rutledge Road. It travels down Rt. 27 to the Natick Common, left onto Rt. 135 and concludes just after St. Patrick's Church. Great music, entertainment and a few surprises this year!

Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast
From 7:00 am - 12:00pm, at the Congregational Church, Rt. 135 & 27.
ArtWalk, July 19 th
Natick Center Cultural District's ArtWalk is celebrating its 11th season! More than 60 artists will be stationed outside local businesses and studios in Natick Center to share their work during ArtWalk on Thursday, July 19th from 5:00 to 8:30 pm. After dusk a unique projection event will take place called "Electric Pilgrim" on Summer St. in Natick Center by TCAN and across from Barleycorn's. This FREE event and the chance to enjoy the lively, family friendly atmosphere and a wide variety of arts festivities. This event is held rain or shine.
Proudly sponsored by  MutualOne Bank  and by a grant from the Massachusetts Cultural Council.
Multicultural Day on August 25th from
11-3:00 pm on the Natick Common
Multicultural Day
The district's 2nd annual Multi-Cultural Day will be held on Saturday, August 25th from 11:00–3:00 pm on Natick Common. This event will celebrate the various food, music and cultures found within the different ethnicities in our community!

If you are a part of a group or organization that would like to be represented please contact: Athena Pandolf, Executive Director, NCCD at  info.natickcenter@gmail.com  or call the office at 508-650-8848. 

Proudly sponsored by  MutualOne Bank .
Electrical Box Artistic Upgrade
Natick artists and residents, Mary Erickson and Rebecca McGee Tuck, are using their talents to convert these drab, utilitarian structures into canvases displaying their unique artwork. Thank you Mary and Rebecca for adding art and color to the downtown!
Above: Rebecca McGee Tuck has completed the electrical box on Clarendon St. next to the
Natick Police Dept.

Left: Mary Erickson is painting the electrical box on North Main Street across from
Calliope Paperie.
Saturday, July 28th Maureen Sullivan will be hosting a historical tour from the gazebo at 10:00 am
Natick Farmers Market
The Natick Farmers Market has new vendors and crafters each week and is located on the beautiful common each Saturday from 9:00-1:00 pm. From fresh vegetables, fruits, pastries and crafts with weekly music, this market not to be missed!

Please visit  natickfarmersmarket.com   for more information and a weekly list of vendors.

Natick Center Cultural District
20 Main St., Suite 208
 Natick, MA 01760 - 508-650-8848
Check out our Events Calendar on our website for more information about Natick Center activities!

You can also visit our Business Directory for information on our local, downtown merchants,
art classes, organizations and much more!