Natick organizers this month will follow through with a couple of Cochituate Rail Trail programs previously discussed publicly: a sculpture exhibit and availability of accessible/adaptive cycles.
Public art on the trail
The art exhibit, from artists with Studios Without Walls, was originally planned for last fall, but now will be on display this Sept. 9-Oct. 15, between Chrysler Road near Home Depot and Amvets Post 79. Parking for visitors to the exhibit has been approved by Amvets on Superior Drive.
You can breeze by the sculptures, opt for a slower self-guided tour, or partake in an art treasure hunt. Maps will be available on the trail near the exhibit.
Accessible/adaptive cycling event
The town of Natick is partnering with the Friends of Natick Trails and non-profit All Out Adventures to bring accessible/adaptive cycling to the rail trail for those with mobility challenges. Learn more or register as a participant or volunteer. This event will be held on Saturday, Sept. 30 (rain date Oct. 1) at the Mechanic Street parking lot.
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