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NATICK – Mark your calendar for Natick’s Art in Bloom on May 14 & 15.

Natick Garden Club members will artfully design floral arrangements inspired by selected works from the Natick Art Association.

The event is sponsored by the Natick Center Cultural District, Natick Art Association and the Natick Garden Club, and a generous grant from the grant from the Massachusetts Cultural Council.

The event is scheduled for May 14 from 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and May 15 from 1 to 3:30 p.m. at the Morse Institute Library, 14 East Central Street in Natick, in Lebowitz Hall, lower level.

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There will be live music on Saturday from local violinist Ioana Weichelt and guitarist Scott Matsumoto. Also on Sunday stop by the fun photo booth.

The Natick Garden Club’s mission is to promote a positive educational environment for sharing gardening, horticultural, and conservation information and to encourage civic planting, beautification, and service in the Natick community. Organized in 1998 by three women, the Natick Garden Club currently has about 80 members. Members represent a range of ages, genders, and gardening acumen. All have a passion to learn, share, and volunteer in service to their garden club. The Club has evening meetings September through May at Morse Library featuring a keynote speaker, with time for
socialization and Club business at the start. September and March are non-membership
meetings and for the public at large.

Natick Center Cultural District is fostered by a private-public partnership, managed by Natick
Center Associates (NCA). This nonprofit organization is comprised of property owners, retail
and office workers, concerned neighbors, town officials, nonprofits and corporations with a
history of more than 40 years working together for downtown revitalization. We strive to be a
great example of a successful community-driven alliance dedicated to preserving the small-
town feel and the big- city amenities.

The Natick Art Association seeks to promote and encourage creative expression of fine arts to
its own membership, the Natick community and beyond.  The NAA is an organization of active
artists and art enthusiasts who represent all branches of visual art mediums from drawing to
sculpture.  The NAA works together to find and support like-minded colleagues; to learn from
demos, critiques and workshops; and to present our art to the public through exhibits and
other opportunities.

For more information, please visit the Garden Club at or on
Facebook and the NCCD at

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Susan Petroni is the former editor for SOURCE. She is the founder of the former news site, which as of May 1, 2023, is now a self-publishing community bulletin board. The website no longer has a journalist but a webmaster.