Reading-North Reading Chamber of Commerce 128 Main St, North Reading, MA01864 The Reading/North Reading Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to fostering and promoting local businesses and keeps…More them up-to-date regarding important local and state issues that impact the community. The organization hosts the Annual Reading and North Reading Holiday Lighting Festivals as well as trolley rides, visits with Santa and entertainment. These events are free to the public.
The Reading-North Reading Chamber of Commerce began in 2000 after the merging of the Reading Chamber of Commerce and…More North Reading Business Association. The chamber represents local business interests and gives back to the community, most notably the two towns' holiday lighting festivals. It also hosts other activities and fundraisers.
The chamber's mailing address is PO Box 771, Reading, MA 01867.
Reading Masonic Temple 110 Haven St, Reading, MA01867 Located near the center of town, the Reading Masonic Temple was built in 1975. The building's cornerstone was donated by…More the Knights of Columbus. The temple is the meeting place of the Masonic Lodges in the Reading area.
Launched in 1958, the Reading Art Association promotes the works of local residents and donates to charitable causes…More such as the Reading Public Library and the Reading Scholarship Fund.
The association meets on the second Wednesday of each month from September to June in the First Congregational Church of Reading. The meetings include demonstrations of painting techniques and discussion topics.
The Friends of Reading Recreation receives private donations to help recreational and leisure opportunities in…More Reading. FORR hosts an annual road race and camp out and organizes a number of activities, including basketball and soccer leagues and a biking group.
Donations can be sent to: Friends of Reading Recreation, PO Box 82, Reading, MA 01867.
The Rotary Club of Reading is the local branch of Rotary International, which features more than 30,000 clubs with…More about 1.2 million members.
Rotary Club of Reading has provided funding for a number of community projects, including distributing trees to all Reading fifth graders annually, providing dictionaries and thesauruses for all Reading third-graders, donating to the Reading Food Pantry and providing flags in the downtown area.
The Rotary meets weekly at noon at Wingate at Reading.
Lions International is a local organization that gives back to the community in numerous ways, including donations to…More the Reading Public Library, Reading Food Pantry and Reading Fuel Assistance. It provides scholarships to Reading students and hosts an annual Reading Friends & Family Day. Of the $10,000 raised annually, the Lions Club donates $6,000 to the Massachusetts Eye Research.
The club meets on the first and third Tuesdays of month at 6:30pm at the Hillview Country Club in North Reading.
Reading Food Pantry 6 Salem St, Reading, MA01867 The Reading Food Pantry is located at the Old South United Methodist Church. It serves food to the needy twice a week. A…More referral is required and transportation is available on Mondays.
Reading Asphalt 56 Berkeley St, Reading, MA01867 Reading Asphalt, a leading pavement company in Massachusetts, was founded in 1952 by Philip Cail. The company…More specializes in residential and commercial paving and pavement maintenance. Call for a free estimate.