About North Reading

The Town of North Reading is 10 miles south of Lawrence, 15 miles north of Boston. It was founded an independent town in 1853, North Reading is rich in history and the historical society maintains a number of simple and well-preserved mid-18th century center-chimney vernacular houses with about three houses dating back to 1730. North Readings multi-family homes and condominiums lines the streets of this of a welcoming neighborhood in an suburban town in Middlesex County, lying entirely within the watershed of the Ipswich River. Boston's cultural center, championship sports teams, as well as the seashore, retail shopping malls and employment centers are easily accessible.

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How do you you know you live in a small New England town? Check out the library!

When the Flint Memorial Library 2014 Fall fundraiser is entittled "Win a snowblower!"   You have to love New Englander's - they are a practical bunch and we know our snow!

Now that the new year has arrived the library is kicking off another New England weather appropriate activity.

 

Starting Tuesday, January 27th - at the Flint Memorial Library at 7 p.m. - library patrons are invited to join the

 

                                                      "15 in 15 Challenge."

This is year-long adult reading program designed to challe nge yourself and your neighbors to read or listen to 15 books in 2015.

Read any book, in any genre, in any format!

Top kick off the program, the library is hostoing a Random House Penguin representative who will share the hottest books yet to be released and you might walk away with an advanced reader’s book copy for yourself.   

Check out the library website for full details and updates!   flintmemoriallibrary.org 

 

Martin's Pond- Terrific Family Resource

Located just off of North Main Street on the West side - Martin's Pond and Clarke Park are popular community resources for North Reading.    The shallow pond was formed 11,000 years ago by a glacier and encompasses 92 acres of fresh water and the deepest point is just about 7 feet.

Clarke Park sits on the shore of the pond and features a playground and a beach and hosts numerous communtiies activities throughout the year including the Haunted Halloween Playground and a Bass Fishing Tournment.

While Martin's Pond is a "back yard" for some 100 homes, all North Reading residents can easily enjoy year roud fun wiht friends and neighbors ranging from picnicing, volleyball, fishing and ice fishing, canoeing, musical events.

For the latest happenings at the park check out the following:

http://www.martinspond.org

https://www.facebook.com/MartinsPond/info