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Dick's Beantown Comedy Escape @ Park Grill & Spirits takes place every Friday and Saturday evening with local and national comedians. Besides regular shows, they are also available for corporate and holiday parties.
Dedham Community Theatre is an independent cinema founded in 1927. The theatre offers art-house films, events, music, and comedy while helping independent filmmakers to thrive in the age of digital downloads. The theatre also offers first run movies all year.
Stretching from the Boston Harbor and along the Charles River, the Charles River Reservation is a linear park that covers approximately 20 miles. Water recreation is popular at the reservation, including canoeing, sailing, and rowing.
A working museum, Lowell's Boat Shop is also a National Historic Landmark that has been in operation since 1793. The shop is dedicated to the craft of building wooden boats, and hosts an apprentice program and other educational events.
Featuring a pavilion used for community events, Shedd Park provides tennis and basketball courts along with baseball and softball fields. The park also has a children's playground, a spray park, picnic tables and a track for walking and jogging.
Lowell Cemetery is a Victorian garden cemetery where visitors can enjoy the beautiful grounds while paying their respects. Founded in 1841, the cemetery is now part of the National Register of Historic Places. Tours are offered.
Once the home of the founder of the Christian Science religion, Mary Baker Eddy Historic House organizes tours through the significant landmarks of her life. The exhibits showcase artifacts like historical documents, paintings, and photographs that depict her life.