On Thursday, June 7, 5 to 8 p.m., the Natick Center Cultural District (NCCD) will host its first of eight weekly Natick Nights, throughout Natick Center.
Natick Nights is an annual event that takes place every Thursday night during the spring and summer months, rain or shine. The event showcases Natick’s great entertainment and artist community, and features a myriad of performances, demonstrations and activities in the downtown area. No two Thursday nights are alike! Each has its own theme and features a unique line up of artists and entertainment, including concerts given by Walnut Hill School students, walking history tours of Natick, gallery openings, beer and wine tastings, restaurant specials, and The Center for Arts in Natick (TCAN) exhibits.
During Natick Nights, the Morse Institute Library, 14 E. Central St., will stay open until 9 p.m. and the Town Hall will stay open until 8 p.m.
NCCD welcomes residents to come out and celebrate all that Natick has to offer. Natick Nights was created by NCCD to boost local business by making downtown Natick a vibrant and cultural destination.
Listings for the nights’ events will beton the NCCD website, natickcenter.org, on Twitter @natickcenter, and on the NCCD Facebook page. For more information, contact, Athena Pandolf, Executive Director, NCCD, [email protected], 508-650-8848.