The Natick Historical Society, founded in 1870, is the place to find out about all things Natick--landmarks and landscapes, personalities and peculiarities, events and experiences. We celebrate our community's rich history, from before its origins as the most successful Massachusetts Praying Indian Town to its Oldtown days made famous by Harriet Beecher Stowe, through to the important center of culture and commerce in the MetroWest region that it is today.
We collect and conserve artifacts, papers and materials important to the origins, development and ongoing life of the town and provide rich educational experiences based on authentic objects, primary sources, stories and lives that engage senior, family and school group audiences in programs, exhibitions and publications.
Executive Director: Aaron M. Dougherty
Officers for the 2016-2017 Term
President: Marg Balcom
Vice President: Terri Evans
Secretary: Robert Gee
Treasurer: Bancroft R. Wheeler
Board of Directors
Robert M. Gee
Rudman J. Ham
Nathaniel J. Sheidley
Bancroft R. Wheeler
In Memoriam: Anne K. Schaller, Executive Director, Curator & Board Member 1975-2007; and Frederick Schaller, Jr. Facilities manager and Board Member 1975-2007