Bring a valid photo ID (e.g., a Mass driver's license or passport) and proof of current address (e.g., a Mass driver's license with current address, check book, or utility bill) -- and ask how you can sign up for your free card.
Already have a library card? Terrific! Bring it with you and check out books (including large-print titles), audio-books, magazines, music on CD, and movies on DVD.
2. The Natick Fire Department is holding a Fire Safety Open House at Natick Fire Headquarters, 22 East Central Street on Saturday, Sept. 21 from 10 am - 2 pm.
Fire Safety Open Houses are geared towards educating the community and preparing them for potential fires. Each year, these Open Houses help to better
prepare families in the event of a fire and hopefully save lives.
3. Add a little more love to your life - adopt a homeless cat from Christ Church, United Methodist, 2 Brook St, Wellesley, on Sept. 21 at 2:30 p.m. All cats are fixed, tested and vaccinated. Event sponsored by Animal Umbrella, a strictly no-kill volunteer humane organization dedicated to the rescue, care, rehabilitation and adoption of abandoned cats in MA. http://www.animalumbrella.org
Call 507-877-1194 for further information.
4. Brilliantly fierce vocals combined with poetic and profound lyrics set this siren apart from the rest. A multiple Grammy nominee and winner, Paula Cole’s classic hits from the 90’s made her famous, while her soulful artistry and emotionally vulnerable and intense performances keep her in the upper echelon of musicians. Cole’s latest release, Raven, was released in April 2013 and has received wide critical acclaim.
Tickets: $45/$40 members. Student/senior discounts. The Center for Arts in Natick, 14 Summer St; 508.647.0097,www.natickarts.org. Show begins at 8 p.m. on Sept. 19.