Town of Tewksbury- Veterans Services 1009 Main St, Tewksbury, MA01876 Under the direction of Jim Williams, the Veterans Services Office is located in the basement of the Town Hall. The…More primary purpose of the office is to assist local veterans and their families with advice and direction on benefits and programs available to them, including housing, health care and education.
Cape Real Estate 1830 Main St, Tewksbury, MA01876 Since 1969, Cape Real Estate and their agents have been helping individuals purchase and sell local residential…More properties. Cape Real Estate offers professional advice and knowledgeable service, and has sold hundreds of homes in the Tewksbury area. Call the telephone number provided for more information.
Home Depot 85 Main St, Tewksbury, MA01876 Home Depot offers appliances, interior decorations, patio furniture, lumber, tile, power tools and more. The staff can…More give guidance and advice on how to start your next project, and what you will need to get. Home Depot also has a large selection of indoor and outdoor plants in its garden.
McKenzie & Frawley 885 Main St, Tewksbury, MA01876 McKenzie & Frawley provides tax and financial advice to those in the Tewksbury, Massachusetts area. They are…More available Monday through Friday, 8:30 AM to 5:30 PM. For more information on this business, please, contact them directly.
Psychic Readings by Lena 1290 Main St, Tewksbury, MA01876 Psychic Readings by Lena serves Tewksbury and the surrounding communities. Lena acts as a spiritual consultant for…More clients and provides tarot card and palm readings. She has more than 20 years of experience and provides psychic advice for the present and future. Call to schedule an appointment or to get more information about the services offered at Psychic Readings by Lena.
The Tewksbury Senior Center is a beautiful facility, nicely landscaped on the outside and spacious on the inside. It…More provides wide-ranging services to the town's senior population, estimated to be about 4,000 people.
The senior center attends to the physical needs of residents but also addresses their need for fellowship and a sense of community. Staff members, as well as visiting consultants, also provide a variety of valuable advice and direction, relative to everyday issues faced by local seniors.
The center is home to several community non-profit groups, including the Golden Agers, the Red Hat Society and the Garden Club.
The bright, cheery decor adds to the positive atmosphere.