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Parks

  • Quinsigamond State Park - consists of two sites located on Lake Quinsigamond in Worcester: Regatta Point and Lake Park. The 25 acre Regatta Point area offers facilities for swimming, sailing, picnicking and fishing. The area is used extensively for sailing and rowing crew regattas
  • Lake Dennison Recreation Area - is a section of the Army Corps of Engineers Birch Hill Flood Control Project. The Department of Conservation and Recreation , via Otter River State Park staff, manages 4,221 acres of Corp land for recreational use. Located in Winchendon, the park has 150 campsites. There is a swimming beach on Lake Dennison.
  • Southwick's Zoo
Hampshire County, MA Hampden County, MA Middlesex County, MA

Parks

Law Enforcement

  • Middlesex County Fire Departments
  • Middlesex District Attorney The true essence of what we do is to protect and serve the public, fight for victims, and speak for those who otherwise would have no voice. It is a mission we pursue and perform with focus, with passion, and with the utmost dedication.
  • Middlesex Sheriff's Office The Middlesex Sheriff's Office provides a secure, safe and humane environment for both staff and offenders. Our commitment to public safety is to improve the quality of life in the community through public awareness, reintegration and by exercising our core beliefs of professionalism, respect, fairness and integrity

Hospitals

Transportation

Entertainment

  • American Repetory Theatre
  • Brattle Theatre and the Brattle Film Foundation - has been Boston's unofficial film school since 1953. We screen the best in classic, cutting-edge and world cinema with a different double feature almost every day.
  • Cambridge Municipal Art Centre (CMAC) - is a non-profit corporation founded as a result of the Cambridge City Council's decision to create an arts center.
  • Middlesex Canal Museum
  • The Semitic Museum - was founded in 1889, and moved into its present location in 1903. It originally was the home of the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations, a departmental library, a repository for research collections, a public educational institute, and a center for archaeological exploration.
  • Susi's A Gallery for Children - offers a collection of whimsical, colorful art including a wide selection of jewelry, clocks, furniture, picture frames, clothing, mobiles, paintings, and prints. All of the art we show are hand-crafted by artists from all over the country.
  • Zoo New England Zoo New England's mission is to inspire people to protect and sustain the natural world for future generations by creating fun and engaging experiences that integrate wildlife and conservation programs, research, and education.