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Lexington Recreation Department - Town Office Building
1625 Massachusetts Ave, Lexington, MA 02420
The Lexington Recreation Department - Town Office Building offers recreational programs for the community. It offersMore youth and adult programs ranging from chess class, basketball, tennis and snowboarding to self defense, Zumba, yoga and ballroom dancing, which are often held at local schools, churches and parks.
Hayden Recreation Centre
24 Lincoln St, Lexington, MA 02421
Hayden Recreation Centre provides recreational and athletic activities to children, teens and adults. It features aMore swimming pool, weight training room, auditorium and gymnasium. Playing fields are located behind the facility, on Worthen Road, across the street from Lexington High School's fields. An ice skating rink is also available.
Chase Skating Facility at the Hayden Recreation Centre
10 Lincoln St, Lexington, MA 02421
The Hayden Recreation Centre is operated as a non-profit, privately-endowed corporation and does not receive financialMore support  from the Town of Lexington. Open only during the winter season, the indoor rink is used for general skating, classes and league play. It is also used by Lexington High School and the Lexington Bedford Youth Hockey program on a scheduled basis. You must be a member of the Hayden Recreation Centre to use the skating facility. Call for membership details, general skate hours, class schedules or more information. Please note, skate rentals are not available.
Hayden Recreation Center, Main Facility
24 Lincoln St, Lexington, MA 02421
The main building of the Hayden Recreation Center is located at 24 Lincoln Street near the intersection of Worthen Road.More Originally opened in 1958, it was started by two brothers to provide affordable sports facilities to town residents. The Hayden Recreation Center is a privately owned facility that contains a gymnasium, Olympic-size swimming pool, weight training room, activity rooms and an auditorium. It receives no funding from the town of Lexington. Membership is required to use the facility.
Meadow Breeze Day Camp
48 Bartlett Ave, Lexington, MA 02420
The Meadow Breeze Day Camp is located on Bartlett Avenue and is operated by the Lexington Christian Academy. It is aMore summer program that runs from the end of June to the end of August. Those attending the camp make use of the Lexington Christian Academy facilities, which include air-conditioned classrooms, a swimming pool and large outdoor recreation area. In addition, private lessons are available in tennis and swimming and a special soccer camp is held in August for children up to age 18.
Cooperative Elder Services
9 Meriam St, Lexington, MA 02420
Cooperative Elder Services provides adult day health and Alzheimer's day care services to clients in the town ofMore Lexington and surrounding communities. This is a non-profit organization that offers a therapeutic recreational activity program to improve the quality of life for its patients. To schedule an appointment or for more information about the services provided, call the number listed.
Teresa and Roberta Lee Fitness Path
98 Lincoln St, Lexington, MA 02421
Opened in 2007 and built by the Town of Lexington, the Teresa and Roberta Lee Fitness Path is a fitness/nature path withMore 16 self-directed fitness stations. The trail begins at Lincoln Park and winds through woods, meadow and wetlands behind the Hayden Recreation Center and Lincoln Park. The trail is enjoyed by joggers, walkers and bicyclists. It is 1.35 miles long and is wheelchair accessible with braille signage.
Center Recreation Complex
90 Worthen Rd, Lexington, MA 02421
The Center Recreation Complex is home to basketball courts, four swimming pools, a track, two baseball fields, theMore Fitzgerald Little League Field (off Park Drive), a softball field (with lights for night play), a playground, skate park, the Gallagher tennis courts (10 courts, four lighted for night play with reservations) and a full-sized soccer/lacrosse field. The Teresa & Roberta Lee Fitness Path that begins at Lincoln Park also runs by the complex.
Town Office Building
1625 Massachusetts Ave, Lexington, MA 02420
The Town Office Building houses many of the town department offices, including those of the town manager, town clerk andMore selectmen, and for the departments or divisions of finance, building, community development, conservation, recreation, economic development, human resources, planning and zoning.
The Old Reservoir
458 Marrett Rd, Lexington, MA 02421

The Old Reservoir is a fresh-water pond with a sandy beach that is open seven days per week. It also has a picnicMore area and is open for fishing. Non-residents are welcome to pay a daily fee to use the facility.

The Lexington Recreation Department sells season memberships to the aquatic facilities, including a limited number of non-resident family memberships that go on sale in March. The swim tag is valid at both the town pool and the Old Reservoir. Residents may opt to pay a daily fee at either facility instead of purchasing a swim tag.  As of May 15, 2010, all swim tags must be purchased at the tennis booth located at the pool building. Visit the Web site for pricing information.

Lexington Prep School
265 Lowell St, Lexington, MA 02420

Housed in a modified turn-of-the-century estate on Lowell Street, Lexington Prep School is aimed at providingMore international students with the language and foundation they need to succeed in secondary or college education in the United States. The boarding school offers a variety of programs, including English and SAT courses in summer, flexible boarding programs during school vacations and holidays and weekend classes for local students.

In addition to 70 dormitories for students, the school facility includes a computer lab, library, auditorium, cafeteria, infirmary and a music and recreational room. Students can also play soccer and basketball on campus and participate in league sports through the school's relationship with other nearby organizations.

Though enrollment varies throughout the year, the school has as many as 80 students during the summer months. Students typically range in age from 11 to 18.

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