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July 21
5:00 - 9:00pm
Price: FREE and open to the public
Location: Natick Center
Organization: Natick Center Cultural District

Natick Center Cultural District's ArtWalk is celebrating its 9th season!  More than 50 artists will be stationed outside local businesses and studios in Natick Center to share their work with the public during ArtWalk on Thursday, July 21st from 5:00 to 9 PM, or until dusk. Natick Center Restaurant Week also begins on July 17 and runs through July 23 with local restaurants offering specials. 

Join us for downtown's largest summer arts festival featuring painters, photographers, potters, jewelry-makers, quilters, glass artists and mixed media artists who will show and sell their work in conjunction with many of the center's businesses. Washington Street in Natick Center will also be closed during the event for outdoor dining and local restaurants will be vending in booths set up on the street.

Located at the crossroads of routes 27 and 135, Natick Center Cultural District's quaint downtown offers the ideal setting for this annual outdoor festival. Over 10 local bands, musicians, and dances will be performing around Natick Center.  Artists will be exhibiting their work outside businesses, studios and galleries throughout the Center including from South Main St, Main St., South Ave, Court St. Summer St., Washington St., Pond St. Central St. and Adams St.

This FREE event offers visitors a chance to stroll through the Natick Center Cultural District enjoying the lively, family friendly atmosphere and a wide variety of arts  festivities. Visitors can find both ArtWalk and Restaurant tours online including artists and eatery locations on the free mobile app.    

This event is rain or shine. Information tents will be set up on throughout the event offering visitors maps and water. Balloons will highlight participating venues.

Proudly sponsored by MutualOne Bank and by a grant from the Massachusetts Cultural Council.

For information, call 508-650-8848 or email