Housed inside the former Summer Street Firehouse, which was built in 1875, The Center for Arts in Natick (T.C.A.N.) is a cultural center that serves as a platform for emerging and national performers. The center offers a space of 9,000 square feet with a multi-purpose stage on the upper floor and administrative office and a green room on the lower floor. The stage has a seating capacity for 290 spectators and is equipped with advanced technology and infrastructure which is ideal for social as well as cultural events. Famous folk artists and groups like Ellis Paul, Firefall and Dave Mason have performed at the cozy theater facility of The Center for Arts in Natick. Call or visit their website to know more.