The Exchange Hall is a historic Italianate style hall on Quimby Square, at the intersection of Main and School Streets in the village of South Acton, in Acton, Massachusetts.
The 3-1/2 story wood frame building was built in 1860 by James Tuttle, who ran a dry goods business. The third floor of the building was an open space used for civic, social, and religious functions. During the 20th century the building housed the South Acton branch of the local public library.The building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1986.
We offer fantastic programs, taught by our enthusiastic, caring instructors, for children ages 1 to 18.
The Third Annual Nagog Seasons 20k & 5k (USATF New England Championship) will take place on September 6th at 9:00 AM at Nagog Mall in Acton.
Our constitution states that our purpose is to: 1) Maintain and preserve our historic building for the Town of Acton 2) Promote friendship 3) Encourage cultural, benevolent and civic activities of its members 4) Remain non-political and non-partisan.
Women's only small group personal training program. We help women loose 12 - 20 lbs. in 12 weeks or less.
Eric Reardon MS, CNC, Certified Nutritionist
Located inside of the Peter Pippos Karate Center. Our program offers inspiring and creative activities that helps kids develop life and social skills.
Intuitive Wellness and Empowerment Coach, Licensed Acupuncturist and Herbalist.
Private consultation and training in small groups or individually in the areas of nutrition and fitness.
The Movement Center offers classes for both children and adults ages 2 and up. Classes are offered in dance, yoga, Zumba, and more!
The Royal Lacrosse Family
Mantis Boxing, Kickboxing, & Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu training. Community atmosphere. Improve yourself. Reduce stress. Learn amazing arts.