Natick Center is truly the heart of the community.
It’s where families come to hear concerts at the Common or at TCAN, and where they meet and study together at the Morse Library. It’s the place where our community-run government meets to serve the needs of our residents. It is where we come to catch a train into Boston, to have coffee or a meal with family and friends, or get an ice cream with classmates. It’s the place we come together to see a Fourth of July parade, watch the Boston Marathon or celebrate the Town’s community groups at Natick Days. It is where people of faith meet to congregate freely and care for those less fortunate among us.
The businesses in downtown Natick are much more than retail chain stores – they are centers of expertise where residents help other residents with everything from framing a picture and choosing a paint color, to buying or insuring their homes, to selecting the perfect gift for a loved one. The historical buildings of downtown Natick reflect our history, and the traditions that bring us together as a community.
Viewed by our neighboring towns, “Natick is cool”. Our many artist lofts and galleries, dance studios, craft boutiques and the region’s premier performance space make downtown Natick more than a shopping center…it is a vibrant cultural center. Natick Center is a collective statement of who we are as a community – strong and free, creative and hard-working, caring and passionate.