Thursday, January 5, 2017
A Note From the Curator:
As a new year starts, we have a lot of changes to look forward to at the Natick Historical Society. Our newly revived programs committee has been keeping the museum busy with regular events, we’ve expanded our range of educational programs for local school groups and we’ve just published our newest book! Unfortunately, I will not be around to take part in these exciting new developments. I will be moving on from y position as curator later this month to pursue new opportunities. Working at the Natick Historical Society has been a wonderful experience and I now I can leave feeling confident in all the work we have achieved in the past two years. While I’ve greatly enjoyed my time working here and I know I’m leaving you in capable hands of our wonderful staff of volunteers and our new director Aaron Dougherty. There are some very exciting things to come and I hope you’ll stay tuned to see what NHS will be up to next!
This is the blog of the Natick Historical Society in the town of Natick, Massachusetts. Our Curator uses this blog to augment our permanent and temporary exhibits, making our collections more accessible to the community. We welcome you to take part by following along, commenting, and sharing! (Bacon Free Library building photo courtesy of Judy Brown)