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NATICK – The Natick Center Cultural District will host a Holi Festival in Natick in May.

The celebration will take place at the Middlesex Savings Bank Parking Lot along Route 135 & Washington Street May 21 from 2-4 p.m. Rain date is May 22 at the same time.

The event was made possible via a generously grant from the Massachusetts Cultural Council.

Holi (/holi/;Sanskrit: हो ली Holi) is a spring festival celebrated in the Indian subcontinent, also known as the “festival of colors” or the “festival of love”.

There will be eco-friendly dry powdered color available for all, Bollywood music with a DJ, and delicious Indian food for purchase.

This is a free event, with the exception of the food.

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The Morse Institute Library will partner with us to provide activities on the front of the library lawn.

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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 of working together for downtown revitalization.

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