Have you ever been curious about what’s on the upper floors of the iconic 11 S. Main St. building in Natick Center? You know the one, the four-story brick structure that Bagel Table calls home. Well, your chance to venture to the third floor happens on Saturday, April 9am-11am at an Arts Open House. (The space is not accessible and can be reached only via stairs.)
First, enjoy musical and dance performances and visual art displays featuring artists from the Natick Public Schools and various programs in town. While you’re appreciating the young artists, take time to ooh and ahh over the 135-year-old building’s interiors with its high ceilings, beautiful tin tiles, and arched windows. It’s a morning of the arts, architecture, and history, all without leaving town.
From there, stop by the Natick Farmers Market, with food and gifts vendors upstairs and downstairs in the Common Street Spiritual Center, and farmer and meats & fish purveyors in the back parking lot. The Market takes place every Saturday, 9am-11am.
The whole shebang that is the Farmers Market will move entirely outside onto the Natick Common in early May.