Natick Pegasus Inc 2 Summer St, Natick, MA01760 Natick Pegasus offers public access, educational and town government programming for citizens in town to watch on…More television in the comfort of their homes. For those who are looking to learn more about broadcast, the nonprofit company offers production courses. Natick Pegasus is located in the historic section of Natick, which caught fire and burned to the ground in 1874. The building that houses the company was built by Nathaniel Clark in 1872. It was once home to the town government offices and was the location of many town meetings. Clark rebuilt the building immediately following the fire.
Natick Firefighters Local 1707 is located at 22 East Central Street in Natick. It is in Station 1, which is…More across the street from the Town Hall. The local is part of the International Association of Fire Fighters.
Town of Natick Fire Dept 22 E Central St, Natick, MA01760 Situated in the center of town, the Natick Fire Department boasts four engines, two advanced life support ambulances and…More a command car to help protect the town. The station in town center is the headquarters for three others in town including South, East and West Natick. The department hosts tours for families and individuals by appointment throughout the year and holds an annual Fire Prevention Week for residents in October.
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.