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life in acton ma: Oktoberfest in Acton MA - 09/26/11 10:24 PM
By admin posted September 25th, 2011 Octoberfest in Acton, MA Acton likes to ring in October the right way. If you’re around next Saturday, October 1st, stop by and join the community to celebrate Acton’s annual Octoberfest. The fun starts with a 5K run or walk and a kids’ fun run sponsored by the Middlesex West Chamber of Commerce. You’ll see lots of local vendors selling delicious food and drinks, and there will also be plenty of singing, dancing, and merriment among the entire community. Kids enjoy going on the rides and visiting the fire station’s annual open house, but most (2 comments)
Acton just placed 16th on CNN’s poll of the Best Places in Live in the U.S. Some of the factors they cited as making Acton so desirable were the consistently top-rated schools, low crime, historic significance, proximity to major commuter routes and more. They said that even though Acton is easily accessible to Boston, it “feels very much like its own place.” Visitors enjoying interacting with Revolutionary War landmarks and artifacts, and residents take a lot of (1 comments)
life in acton ma: Fun things to do in Acton MA! - 08/31/11 07:41 AM
Discovery Museum Acton MA By agent posted July 20th, 2011 The Discovery Museum Acton, MA The Discovery Museum in Acton is a wonderful place to bring the kids and even learn a few things yourself. Situated on four acres, the Discovery Museum has one building for tiny tots and one for children and adults of all ages. In the Children’s Discovery Museum, your littlest children can explore three floors of hands-on, kid-sized activities. Step inside a bubble wall, conduct a train, or cross a wobbly bridge – the choice is theirs. At Science Discovery, children and adults learn about the science all (0 comments)
By agent posted June 25th, 2011 Theater III Acton, MA Theater III is an exciting, community theater organization that was established in 1955. Since then, the group has been entertaining Acton residents with plays, musicals, reviews and educational programs. This year, Acton residents are looking forward to being frightened by Jekyll and Hyde in September, laughing along with Neil Simon’sBarefoot in the Park in January, and enjoying the sounds ofMusical Chairs in April. Theater III recently won the Moss Hart Award for its production of Falsettos and was nominated for various EMACT Distinguished Achievement and Special Honor Awards. When you buy a home in Acton, you’ll (0 comments)
NARA (North Acton Recreation Area) Park is a wonderful asset to Acton homeowners. The park is open all year and provides residents with a wealth of outdoor recreation and beauty to enjoy. NARA Beach opens each year at Memorial Day and for a small fee residents and guests can use the beach and rent paddleboats or canoes. The amphitheater at NARA park is a hot spot for summer concerts that keep Acton residents involved in entertainment, their community and outdoor life. At NARA park, you’ll find plenty (0 comments)
South Acton Neighborhood Info By betsypurcell posted April 26th, 2011 Faulkner Homestead in South Acton
South Acton used to be the most industrialized area of Acton. In the 18th century many, many mills and other small industrial developments were in this area and using water power generated by the Fort Pond Brook. South Acton includes the Faulkner Homestead, which is the oldest home still standing in Acton. The Homestead was owned by the Faulkner family who also owned and operated a mill that was just across the street from the family home. The Jones Tavern is another antique (0 comments)
life in acton ma: Acton MA - West Acton Village - 04/23/11 08:55 AM
West Acton or West Acton Village as it’s known to local residents is an important commercial and residential area of town. Many local businesses operate from it’s cute streets and are housed in older style buildings. Residents frequently walk to the bank or to buy lunch. Seasonal things to do include the Farmers’ Market, which showcases produce from local farms in the area and even an Oktoberfest which is full of seasonal goodies from pumpkins to apple pies and lots of fun acitivities for children. The annual 5K run/walk takes place the morning of the Oktoberfest event, and is a fun (0 comments)
Those looking into purchasing Acton, MA homes may be surprised to learn that Acton has a large amount of green space in town. In fact, there are over 1,650 acres of town owned conservation lands. Here’s a look at just some of the great spots Acton has for nature lovers. Great Hill. A 185 acre property that is located in South Acton behind the School Street fire station. There are picnic tables, two sets of playing fields and even a skating pond for wintertime fun. Wills Hole Conservation (0 comments)
Acton, MA real estate buyers are in for a real treat when it comes to cultural attractions. Acton, MA has a rich, diverse history and has a wide variety of attractions for everyone of all ages to enjoy.
Acton Memorial Library
The town owns and operates two libraries, the Acton Memorial Library and the West Acton Citizens Library (or the Secret Library as it’s known.) The Acton Historical Society also owns the Jenks Library which contains historical maps, documents, photographs and drawings. Acton also has a variety of museums which include the Children’s Discovery Museum and (0 comments)
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