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  1. Calendar Overlay Bacon Free Library Events (2)
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Bacon Free Library Events

  1. BFL - Read to a Dog

    September 16, 2017, 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM

    Kids in kindergarten through 4th grade are invited to sign up for 15 minute turns to read aloud to a therapy dog! Please call (508) 653-6730 or check out website events to register

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  2. Environmental Book Club Field Trip to Elm Bank

    September 16, 2017, 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM @ ELM BANK RESERVATION

    After a year of meeting at the library, the Environmental Book Club likes to get out into nature. So, join us for a private guided tour of the Elm Bank gardens with an emphasis on environmental issues!

    Massachusetts Horticultural Society is located on 36-acres in the historic Elm Bank Reservation. The site includes open fields and meadows, streams and pools, wooded areas and formal gardens. Mass Hort is uniquely positioned, not only to protect these natural resources, but also to develop spaces that enhance visitors’ appreciation of the landscape and the surrounding Charles River.

    Space is limited to 25 so sign up soon!

    This event costs $10 per person entrance to Elm Bank. You can pay this by check at the library or by filling out the online form.

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Misc Events

  1. Natick Farmers Market

    September 16, 2017, 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM

    We are open every Saturday from 9 am to 1 pm. Our market is open year round. We move from the Natick common right across the street to the Common Street Church. You won't miss a bit of all the good music and you certainly won't miss any of your vendors. We will be there come rain, sunshine, or snow. The Natick Farmers Market, sponsored by the Natick Center Associates, is designed to meet the following goals: To provide fresh food products, either grown or made by local providers, to the community. To provide a marketing opportunity to farms and small food businesses in order to help sustain a thriving, local food source. To provide the community with a broad range of information about food and it's sources, and the opportunity to speak directly with those producers involved with bringing the food to market.

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