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Located in Brockton, Massachusetts, the Fuller Craft Museum hosts a variety of craft workshops and displays exhibits that are devoted to the art of contemporary craft. Programs instruct participants in the use of textiles and crafting design.
Brockton Rox Baseball is a minor league baseball experience. Housed in Campanelli Stadium, the Brockton Rox play a full schedule of home and away games. The stadium also hosts special events, and is available for party rentals.
Featuring 62 lanes, Westgate Lanes Inc offers both ten-pin and candlepin bowling suitable for individuals, groups and leagues. The center provides billiard tables, arcade games and high-definition televisions along with a pub and grill.
Over 700 acres of land compose D.W. Field Park along with more than seven miles of paved roadway which surround the park area. A wide range of trails are offered for walking or cycling along with a duck pond and nature viewing.
Originally formed in 1948 as the Brockton Orchestral Society, the Brockton Symphony Orchestra is a professional-caliber orchestra that performs a variety of shows each year. The orchestra is conducted by Maestro James M. Orent.
The Maliotis Cultural Center is a center for the performing arts that also features lectures and seminars, conferences and meetings, and various types of celebrations. The facility is made up of two levels of seating.