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In operation for over thirty years, the Concord Youth Theatre Inc is dedicated to fostering a love of and appreciation for drama in kids of all ages. The theater offers acting lessons and camps, and stages a variety of productions.
Servicing the Assabet, Sudbury, and Concord Rivers, South Bridge Boat House offers an assortment of canoe and kayak rentals to take out on the water. It also organizes guided kayak tours where visitors can see frogs, turtles, and other animals.
Multiple trampolines have been put together to make up the large Main Court section of the Launch Trampoline Park. The venue also boasts a Kid's Court made of nine floor trampolines and four wall trampolines in addition to a Dodgeball Court and Foam Pit.
Hold Fast Fishing Charters offers guided fishing trips aboard the Hold Fast, a 25 foot Parker with a sport cabin. The trips are lead by Captain Mike Herb and targeted fish include striped bass, sharks, bluefish, and flounder.
A public art display, Soles of Haverhill celebrates the area's tradition of shoe manufacturing and design through multiple giant shoe sculptures at various points in Haverhill's downtown area. The sculptures are created and painted by local artists.
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Enjoy a slow stroll through the Massachusetts Horticultural Society's Gardens at Elm Bank. Several different varieties of floral and plant life are on display. Open daily. Special occasions can be booked.
The 1732 residence of Captain Benjamin James is now the site of the Maritime and Mossing Museum. There are currently six growing exhibits that cover local history and famous area shipwrecks, and each has its own descriptive videos.
The multiple elements of estate landscaping in the Elm Bank Reservation helped it to be listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Spread over 182 acres, the site has a museum within the old estate property, fishing, kayaking, and hiking paths.
Centered on a war memorial, Veterans Memorial Park is a large recreation and sports park with activities for all ages. It features two baseball, football and soccer fields, as well as a large sprinkler park for hot summer days.