Going Native Garden 143 Concord Ave, Lexington, MA02421 Going Native Garden serves the town of Lexington and surrounding communities. The company provides quality landscape and…More gardening services to residential and commercial properties by appointment. The company offers unique and natural designs with an emphasis on New England plants. To schedule an appointment or to obtain more information about the services provided by Going Native Garden, be sure to call the number listed.
Seasons Four 1265 Massachusetts Ave, Lexington, MA02420 Celebrating more than 40 years, the sunny, versatile Seasons Four offers a large selection of casual outdoor furniture…More and accessories. Its adjacent full-service garden center fulfills your planting needs. Seasons Four supports local community organizations, including the Cotting and Bowdoin schools and the Lexington Food Pantry.
Golden Living Center is a quality nursing home that serves the town of Lexington and surrounding communities. The…More Center delivers personalized and expert care to patients through a team of dedicated professionals.
The staff ensures the most advanced medical care and assistance to help patients achieve the best results for their goals. For more information about the services provided at Golden Living Center, be sure to call the number listed.
First Circle Learning Center is independently owned and offers programs for infants, toddlers, preschool and…More prekindergarten. It operates round the year and offers a schedule tailored to meet the need of each parent. The curriculum is carefully designed to meet the needs of each child, depending on his or her age. The classrooms and playground is designed to promote learning and fun in a very safe environment.
First Circle Learning Center is located on Maple Street across from the Emerson Gardens Condominium complex. It has been operating as a child care center since the 1970s and has been under the present ownership since 1997.
First Baptist Church celebrated its 175th anniversary in 2009. On November 11, 1833, the General Court of…More Massachusetts established the equality of all religious sects as well as the repeal of state authority over churches. One month later, on December 11, 1833, 21 baptists in Lexington met to form a church. On, January 13, 1892, the First Baptist Church of Lexington voted to become incorporated.
The Mission program at First Baptist Church is dedicated to a broad outreach, supporting over 50 local, national and foreign missions. The church's special mission project since 2004 has been support of a school in the Garden district, Zambia as part of Community Without Borders. Ongoing collections include grocery items for the food pantry at Eliot Church in Roxbury, a coin jug which helps support Grace and Hope mission in Boston, aluminum can flip tops for Shriners' Hospital to aid in the purchase of medical equipment, and travel size toiletries which are donated to Bristol lodge and Sandra's lodge.