Center for Arts in Natick (TCAN) 14 Summer St, Natick, MA01760 Once the Natick Central Fire Station, this building was named to the National Register of Historic Places in 1977. It…More was built in 1875 after a fire that destroyed most of downtown Natick and became the Center for Arts in 2003. The performance area seats 290 audience members who enjoy more than 300 shows and classes each year. With art galleries displaying locals' work, open mic nights, comedy shows and other musical performances throughout the year, the Center for Arts is a hub of entertainment in town. The center also hosts workshops and classes for kids.
The Adult Day Health Center at Whitney Place at Natick combines healthcare and social support for seniors living at…More home; as well as physical, occupational, and speech therapies. Elders are provided with escorted, door-to-door transportation and a hot nutritious breakfast and lunch. Participants engage in a variety of social and recreational activities including exercise classes, music groups and singing, crafts, and discussion groups.
The Whitney Place at Natick campus also provides assisted living including special programs for individuals with memory loss at Whitney Place Assisted Living Residence, long and short-term nursing and rehabilitative care at the Beaumont Rehabilitation and Skilled Nursing Center, and child day care services at the SALMON Center for Early Education.