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Register by calling the center 508-647-6540 for FREE events and come by the center to register for events that have a cost, 117 East Central St, Natick, MA  01760
Borrow Our Member Pass
Passes must be reserved in advance by calling between 9am-4pm on Monday-Thursday and 9am-2pm on Friday. 
Tower Hill Botanic Gardens
11 French Drive, Boylston
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 and can be picked up at the Center or emailed to you. Thank you to Whitney Place for sponsoring this program.
Mindfulness Meditation- Zoom & In Person
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- Movies 
2:30-4:30pm, Free- In Person
Feb 6- The Duke, 2020, R, 90 minutes, comedy. In 1961, Kempton Bunton, a 60 year old taxi driver, steals Goya’s portrait of the Duke of Wellington from the National Gallery in London. Starring Helen Mirren, Jim Broadbent.
Feb 13-Woman in Gold, 2015, PG13, 110 minutes. Maria Altmann, an octogenarian Jewish refugee, takes on the Austrian government to recover artwork she believes rightfully belongs to her family. Starring Helen Mirren.
Feb 27- Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict, 2015, NR, Documentary, 90 minutes. A portrait of a patron of the arts extraordinaire who transformed a modest fortune and impeccable taste into one of the premiere collections of twentieth century art.
 Beeyonder- Live From London’s Royal Westminster- Zoom
Thursday, February 2, 11:00am-noon, free, registration required.
Westminster is the area of London most associated with the British Royal family. You will receive the zoom link one week in advance.
Meetup At Spellman Stamp Museum- In Person
Thursday, February 9, 10:30 am-noon, guided tour, $5, plenty of parking on site.
Special exhibits include a celebration of Valentine’s Day through stamps and in all the ways this holiday has been portrayed through the postal service and an exhibit of the Hindenburg disaster and the mail that got through anyway. Meet at Spellman Stamp Museum, 241 Wellesley St, Weston.   
Valentine’s Music With Sandi Bedrosian Trio- In Person
Monday, February 13, 1:30-2:30 pm, free
Join Sandi Bedrosian, vocals and trio for a LIVE music program celebrating Valentine’s Day with classic songs about love from the Great American Songbook- Gershwin, Cole Porter, Duke Ellington as we dance-  Cheek to Cheek, The Way You Look Tonight, Fly Me to Moon and more! you to Anthology of Natick for sponsoring this program! 
A Personal Conversation In Mrs. Washington’s Bedchamber- In Person
Wednesday, February 15, 1:30-2:30pm, free, rsvp.
Spend time with Mrs. Washington in the year 1784, as she completes dressing for her day in this interactive and informative program. Mrs. Washington will share news of her family, and how the current events that her husband is so deeply involved in impacts her family and her developing nation. She will give narrative details on her clothing as well!
Culturally Curious- Secret Stories Part Ii- Behind The World’s Most Iconic Paintings- Zoom
Tuesday, February 21, 1:30-2:30pm, free
From Starry Night to The Nighthawks, there are some images that are so ubiquitous in our culture that we have stopped looking at them closely. This program delves into these iconic works and shares the secret stories behind their creation and reception. Thanks to Whitney Place, Natick for sponsoring this program! Zoom LINK
Knock On Wood- Music With Howie Newman- In Person
Monday February 27, 1:30-2:30pm, free
Knock on Wood is a high-energy acoustic folk-rock duo, featuring singer-songwriter Howie Newman on guitar, lead vocals and harmonica. Howie is joined by a local fiddler. The duo performs Classic Rock covers and funny original songs. It’s a very lively show with great musicianship, nice vocal harmonies and a little humor here and there. Made possible by a Grant from the MASS Cultural Council.