Invite a friend
As part of the Living Well Project, Natick Service Council is hosting a free community information session tonight June 28th, at the Morse Library at 6:30pm. Everyone from the community is invited, there will be refreshments and the speaker will be Mark Kinchla from SMOC in Framingham. The topic tonight is substance use and abuse. We look forward to seeing you there!
More About Morse Institute Library
The Morse Institute Library was built in the heart of town in 1873, after Natick resident Mary Ann Morse donated her estate to its creation. The red brick gothic style building has since been given a few modern touches. The collection has grown over the years, filling the library with row after row of around 175,000 books, books on tape, compact discs, CD-ROMs, magazines, DVDs, children's kits and cassettes. Stop by for a quick read, spend the day curled up in the comfortable chairs or do research and study at one of the many tables. The library offers free and reduced admission passes to nearby venues such as the Boston Children's Museum, Discovery Museum, New England Aquarium, Zoo New England and more.
Other events here
- Caregivers Support Group Monthly, 6:30 pm–8:00 pm