In celebration of the Morse Institute Library’s 150th anniversary, the Town of Natick, the Morse Institute Library, and local artists have partnered to install and maintain two temporary Outdoor Reading Rooms on the front lawn of the Morse Institute Library.
Outdoor Reading Rooms are open-air ‘rooms’ where anyone may sit and read—no library card needed.
Take a look at the Outdoor Reading Room installations on the front lawn of the Morse Institute Library. No need to sequester yourself inside with a good book when there are welcoming spaces outside.
The Outdoor Reading Rooms will serve the community through the summer months.
This public art program is possible due to the generosity of Cognex and the New England Foundation for the Arts.
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Jerry L Pierce says
Those are amazing. I was wondering what they were installing as I walked up to the Book Sale at the Library last Saturday morning. I figured some kind of a game for the kids was going to be offered during the Book sale. I think this is great and it can be a wonderful intergenerational experience. Thank you.
Jerry L. Pierce
Mary Collier says
So good to hear about this. Thanks!
Jane Dee says
There are also installations at the Cole Center and Connor Heffler Park under the same program, I’m surprised they aren’t mentioned. This is such a great program!