Take a load off and park yourself on one of Natick’s best benches.
These are seats recognizable for their style, significance or unusualness.
Our list will grow—this is a work in progress: Suggestions? email@example.com
The annual Natick Days community festival would have been today, Sept. 12, if it weren’t for the pandemic. That call was made a while back.
While lamenting the absence of the event this year, I was reminded of a picture I took back in 2011 of a Natick Days sign.
What’s with the cat? Was there really an issue with people bringing cats?
Natick police and fire department members observed the anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks at a brief ceremony at 9:55am on Friday, which included a moment of silence to remember those who lost or injured in the terrorist attacks.
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Update 8/30/20: Photos from the event.
BLM vigil on Natick Common, with beats pic.twitter.com/1N8jVwm2yW
— Natick Report (@NatickReport) August 30, 2020
Natick Black Lives Matter will be hosting its weekly vigil at Natick Common on Sunday, Aug. 30 at 3pm.
All are welcome to join in peaceful protest against racism and racial injustice.
The group behind this summer’s LOVE 01760 public art campaign has taken the hundreds hearts down from the Natick Center bridge, but now they have a new cause: make hearts for Kimberly Gunner and Andy Colbert, the couple injured in the recent hit-and-run accident. The couple married last year at the bridge, then decorated with flowers.
The public is invited to create mini hearts using the template file on this page. Templates will be available this week at the Natick Center Cultural District Welcome Center, 20 Main St. Completed hearts, featuring art and messages, can be dropped off at 3 Adams St., double blue doors, by Sept. 30.
The public has already rallied around the injured couple by pledging about $90,000 through a crowdfunding campaign.