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Things to do in your Long Subaru: Booklover's Gourmet

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Things to do in your Long Subaru: Booklover’s Gourmet
 

Looking for a cute little bookstore to unwind in? Booklover’s Gourmet in Webster, MA is the perfect spot to enjoy a good read, sip on an espresso, and taste a homemade pastry! Not only do they have a wide variety of books (new and lightly used), Booklover’s Gourmet also features homemade goods and crafts, as well as coffee and other types of caffeinated drinks. (Kitty friends are included, too.)…

 

 

 

 

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Things to do in your Long Subaru: West Hill Park


 

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Things to do in your Long Subaru: West Hill Park

West Hill Dam and Park, just a 25-minute drive from Long Subaru, is a unique nature reserve offering beautiful picnic spots near the water or under the pines, with tables and grills, and plenty of room for your family, friends, or even a party! Picnic areas are also available on the wooded knoll which offer electricity.  

A hop and a skip from the picnic area guests…

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Things to do in your Long Subaru: Clara Barton's Birthplace Museum

 
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Things to do in your Long Subaru: Clara Barton’s Birthplace Museum
 

Clara Barton, famous for her accomplishments as a school teacher, woman’s suffragist, founder of the American Red Cross, and Angel of the Battlefield, was born right in Oxford Massachusetts, just a 10-minute ride from Long Subaru. The residence where Clara Barton was born and raised has converted into a museum including special tours, outdoor activities, and information about the life Clara led as a leader of her time.....

 

 

 

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Things to do in your Long Subaru: Willard House and Clock Museum

 

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Things to do in your Long Subaru: Willard House and Clock Museum

 The Willard House, constructed in the early 1700's, is one of the oldest buildings in Grafton, Massachusetts.. Located amongst rolling hills and the beautiful farmlands of Central Massachusetts, the house was built on land then known as the Indian settlement of Hassanamisco. The house serves as a Clock Museum, as well as a historical monument preserved and well-kept through generations for visitors to enjoy a piece of history. Learn more about the research and contributions of the Willard Family clockmakers...

 

 

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Things to do in your Long Subaru: Roseland Cottage



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Things to do in your Long Subaru: The Roseland Cottage 
 

The Roseland Cottage, built in 1846, is famous for its pink exterior, gothic architecture and its preservation as it still reflects its original stature today. Roseland Cottage is located in Woodstock, Connecticut, just 25 minutes from Long Subaru. Come enjoy a beautiful piece of New England history and visit the Roseland Cottage today!...

 

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Things to do in your Long Subaru: Douglas State Forest

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Things to do in your Long Subaru: Douglas State Forest
 

Douglas State Park, 16 minutes from Long Subaru, offers an array of recreational activities for all your friends and family! What better vehicle to get you there than the all-new 2019 Crosstrek Hybrid? Fuel efficient, eco-friendly, and equip to travel through tough terrain, Subaru is the most reliable car this summer for your adventures....

 

 

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Things to do in your Long Subaru: Free Fun Fridays

Things to do in your Long Subaru: Free Fun Fridays
 
From Friday, June 28th to Friday, August 30th, pick from 100 venues, 10 Fridays in the summer, for free!! What better way to spend time with family and friends than free entertainment in places you love? Pack up your Long Subaru with everyone you need and head on down to a Free Fun Friday event near you!...
 
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Things to do in your Long Subaru: Douglas Orchard & Farm

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Things to do in your Long Subaru: Douglas Orchard & Farm
 

Douglas Orchard & Farm, a short 20-minute drive from Long Subaru, is a beautiful family owned farm selling local produce, meats, eggs and honey. Their mission is to supply the community with the freshest locally harvested products they can get. No synthetic chemical pesticides, herbicides, synthetic fertilizers, antibiotics or hormones.....  

 

 

 

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Community Cat Connection

 
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The Community Cat Connection 
 

The Community Cat Connection was established in 2004 by Trudy Charette to provide Dudley, Webster, Oxford, and surrounding communities with proper feline control in the area.  Since its opening, the Community Cat Connection has rescued over 3,000 cats and kittens, and have given them all a happy, loving home. Their mission is to benefit cats who have been abandoned, abused, or over overpopulated, and make sure they are given the proper care....

 
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