We have good facilities for rental in a charming Museum.

Should you plan a function, we hope that you will consider us.

The walk will be led by Robert Winters and Marlies Henderson. Interspersed throughout much of this system were more than three dozen “Landings”, which provided shipping and receiving services for those who had goods to transport. Breen, President of the Middlesex Canal Association, will address the Winchester Historical Society, 15 High Street, Winchester, MA 01890.

From the station side of the tracks, the Museum is a 3-minute walk down Faulkner Street on the right side.

For information about publications available through the Middlesex Canal Association, contact Betty Bigwood.

At the end of the ramp, turn onto Treble Cove Road toward North Billerica. After another 3/4 mile you'll come to a traffic light; this is Route 3A; go straight.

Go about 1/4 mile to a 3-way fork; take the middle road, which will put St. Go about 1/4 mile; bear right, then turn right onto Faulkner Street. From the North take a left, from the South a right onto Woburn Street, which becomes Billerica Avenue.

Just to clarify: The boys basketball team was scheduled to play @ West Middlesex on Friday, January 5th.

These games have been postponed to Saturday January 6th at 6/.

For information on membership in the Middlesex Canal Association, contact Neil Devins. At the family's request all services will be private. [Details and online condolences] Sept 1 - This week we are grieving the loss of our dear friend Tom Raphael who died on Sunday, August 27 at the age of 95.

For information about the Middlesex Canal Commission and its efforts to preserve and restore what remains of the Middlesex Canal, contact Tom Raphael. Tom was a longtime Board member of the Middlesex Canal Association and was the Chair of the Middlesex Canal Commission.

He grew up in southern California where he sought out Spanish missions and remnants of Red Car lines, and rowed a boat in Long Beach harbor to try to get a peek of the Spruce Goose when it was Howard Hughes’ personal property. Please see the MCA website for more information on Bill’s scheduled lecture History in Modern Surroundings. 2017 will mark the 200th Anniversary of the start of construction on the Erie Canal. In the first half of the 19th century a 120-mile system of canals and navigable waterways provided “heavy lifting” transportation services throughout the Merrimack Valley and the area north of Boston.