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Museum closed through December 2017 for an upgrade and enlarged displays, after we relocated our offices to 207 Union Street. Come and see our museum makeover in 2018!
OPEN for public programs, as noted below.
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Wednesday, November15, 7 PM
"UNDER THE PETTICOATS" with Patricia Perry
NHS Museum, 58 Eliot Street
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Monday, November 20, 2 PM
"NATICK'S PRAYING INDIANS & REV. JOHN ELIOT" with NHS member Richard Subber
Natick Community-Senior Center, 117 E. Central Street
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Tuesday, November 21, 1 PM
History Book Club: "THANKSGIVING: THE BIOGRAPHY OF AN AMERICAN HOLIDAY" by James W. Baker
All are welcome to attend
Natick Community-Senior Center, 117 E. Central Street
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Tuesday, December 19, 1 PM
History Book Club: "AT HOME: A SHORT HISTORY OF PRIVATE LIFE" by Bill Bryson
All are welcome to attend
Natick Community-Senior Center, 117 E. Central Street
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A History of Natick

About Natick, Massachusetts

Natick has always been a special place. Our town is a microcosm of American history—conflicts and cooperation between native peoples and European settlers, the transition from farms to factories and the issues it raised such as immigration, suffrage and abolition and, more recently, the birth of the mall as a driving suburban force.


We have great stories to tell about sports heroes starting with the 1891 firemen who earned us the nickname “Home of Champions.” Natick has inspired inventors and inventions: from mechanization of shoe making to innovations at The Mathworks and COGNEX. Natick is home to world-class authors, artists and performers.

For an extensive exploration of Natick history, please refer to the links below.