Natick middle and high school students will have a chance to share their visions for what downtown should look like, under a new Kids Create Natick Center program meeting Wednesdays from Feb. 28 to March 28, 5:30 to 7:30 pm at Kids-Connect (43 Main St.)
Working with two architects, they'll be given "real-world maps and plans and the space to create collages, drawings and models," according to a press release announcing the program. "At the end of the 5-week session, students will present their work to the public Monday, April 9 at the Morse Institute Library as part of a Natick Center Associates' planning forum."
The program is funded in part through a grant from the Boston Foundation for Architecture (there's also a $15 materials fee per student). For more info head to kids-connect.org.