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December Events with Natick Community Senior Center

Call to register 508-647-6540 
Member Pass To Tower Hill Botanic Gardens
Open year-round, 7 days a week, 10:00 am-5:00 pm
We have six available admissions per day.
The pass may be reserved in person or by phone, can be picked up at the Center or emailed to you.
Mindfulness Meditation- Zoom
Free. Every Thursday with Sharon 2:00-2:40 pm. This meditation is audio only and participants are muted during the meditation portion. Everyone is welcome to join for some guided meditation, some quiet sitting and some reflection with Q & A and sharing.
Mondays At A Museum- Zoom
Mondays from 3:00-4:00 pm, free. We visit museums all over the world and view artwork with commentary by artists, docents, curators and others.
December 5- Newport Mansions at Holiday Time- The Breakers
December 12- Queen Nefertair- Kimbell Art Museum
December 19- Uffizi Gallery, Accademia, Getty Museum
December 26- Center is CLOSED
Beeyonder Virtual Travel- Norway Holiday Lights
Tuesday, December 6, 10:00-11:00am, free.
Join us in this LIVE walking tour of the sights and sounds of Oslo, Norway at Christmastime. We’ll immerse in the fairy tale winter season with a stroll through Christmas Markets observing beautiful unique gifts, cheerful ambience, while sharing holiday traditions, holiday foods & drinks & the unique character of Norway during this special time of the season. Zoom Link will be sent out a week in advance.
Bfl History Book Group- Zoom
Thursday, December 8, 11:00am-noon, free, register e-mail [email protected].
All are welcome to join this casual group discussing works of fiction and non-fiction. Our book read for this session is Facing the Mountain by Daniel James Brown (NF).
Letters To Santa - In Person
Tuesday, December 13, 10:00 am-noon, free. Join other ‘elves’ as we answer heartfelt letters to Santa, written by local children. Legible handwriting and holiday spirit are the only requirements. Light refreshments and holiday tunes.
Backyard Mammals - Zoom And In Person
Tuesday, December 13, 1:30-2:30 pm, free.
Nature talk with Joy Marzolf. There is a wide range of mammals found around New England, from the woods, fields and suburbs to the seashore.  From the shy fisher to the comical chipmunk, rabbits, foxes, deer, coyotes and even black bear might visit neighborhoods, sometimes under the cover of night. Learn about mammal behavior, tracks and signs to help figure out who is in your neighborhood!