Natick resident, business-owner and artist Ginger McEachern’s UnconVENTional Garden, which has transformed an unsightly vent on Adams Street into a work of art, will formally be dedicated at 1pm on Saturday, Nov. 7.
The garden joins other colorful displays, including the butterfly installation, in this alley.
This project was selected as a finalist for the Natick Center Creative Placemaking Call for Creatives 2019 – For The Love of Natick.
McEachern is the owner of Five Crows Gallery and Hand Crafted Gifts in Natick Center. She is also a member of the Natick Center Associates’ Board of Directors as well as Natick Center Cultural District’s Public Art Committee and Creative Placemaking Advisory Group.
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