3 Bedroom Ranch!
93 Nashua Rd, Billerica
Carlisle line location for this charming move in condition 3 bdrm ranch! This home has been lovingly cared for, for the past 50 years and is ready to welcome its new owners! Cabinet packed eat in kitchen, Fireplace living room with bay window and hardwood floors. All 3 bedrooms boasts hardwood floors. Lower level offers huge potential for added storage or future expansion (completely heated with partially finished room). Large covered deck great for outdoor gatherings. Private backyard with a small stream that runs through it creates a picturesque setting!
New England Fall Events
Play Local. Stay Local.
New England Fall Events is your best guide for seasonal fun and fall activities.
We have state-by-state guides to the best PYO apple picking, pumpkin patches, hayrides, food festivals, harvest celebrations, and events for the fall season. New England Fall Events makes it easy to create new fall traditions and priceless family memories. This is a guide for New Englanders, by New Englanders.
Slow down and savor New England’s fall culture and traditions by celebrating the orchards, farms, small businesses, seasonal attractions, fall festivals, and local food which are the very fabric of our communities.
“I’m so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers.”
— L.M. Montgomery, Anne of Green Gables
World Teachers’ Day
Celebrates teachers all over the world and recognizes the unique issues they face each day.
Commemorates the voyage and landing of Italian explorer Christopher Columbus in the New World in 1492.
Leif Erikson Day
Honors Norwegian explorer Leif Erikson, believed to be the first European to come to North America.
National Dessert Day
The sweetest day of the year!
World Food Day
Events in over 150 countries honor the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. #ZeroHunger
National Fossil Day
Held during Earth Science Week (Oct 14-20), this day underscores the importance of fossils in relation to our understanding of our world.
National Get Smart About Credit Day
Every October, volunteer bankers visit local classrooms to teach students about credit and finances.
“Darkness falls across the land/ The midnight hour is close at hand/ Creatures crawl in search of blood/ To terrorize y’all’s neighborhood”
— Rob Temperton, “Thriller”
More U.S. presidents have been born in October than any other month.
Oktoberfest (officially held in Munich, Germany) isn’t just about beer and pretzels. It originated as a wedding reception for Bavarian royalty in 1810 and has since evolved into one of the largest annual festivals in the world.
Though it’s the 10th month of the year, the name October comes from the Latin word octo, which means “eight.” It was originally the eighth month on the Roman calendar.
The World Series, which kicked off in 1903, is usually played in October.
Halloween has its roots in an ancient Celtic festival called Samhain, and many of today’s Halloween traditions, like dressing in costumes, can be traced back to the Celts.
Have a wonderful October!
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Looking for things to do this September? Mark your calendars, because this month’s theme is all about giving back, and there’s no shortage of opportunities to get involved.
September 7 — National Food Bank Day
Did you know 41 million people in the U.S. struggle with hunger? Chances are, you know someone — a neighbor, a coworker, a classmate — who faces hunger every day. Food banks across the country play a pivotal role in providing meals to families in need, and they rely on people like you and me to help. On National Food Bank Day, do your part to help close the food gap in your community by donating food, time, or money to your local food bank. Visit FeedingAmerica.org to find a food bank near you.
September 11 — Patriot Day
One of the best ways we can honor the victims, survivors, and responders of the 9/11 attacks is by sharing kindness and spreading hope to those around us. On this National Day of Service and Remembrance, join with your fellow Americans to pay it forward by taking part in a volunteer activity. Head to NationalService.gov to discover how you can get involved.
September 16 — National Working Parents Day
Along with meetings, deadlines, and navigating career growth, working parents are also tasked with being home chef, chauffeur, housekeeper, boo-boo fixer, and much more. Every day, these unsung heroes go above and beyond to provide for their families, and it goes without saying that they deserve a little recognition. Think of ways you can lighten the load for the working parents in your life, and if you’re one of them, give yourself a pat on the back for all the hard work you do!
September 17 — Constitution Day and Citizenship Day
Constitution Day and Citizenship Day commemorates the signing of the Constitution on September 17, 1787, and recognizes all people who were born as or have become American citizens. Think you could pass the test to become a naturalized citizen today? Take the civics practice test to check your knowledge of U.S. government and history.
September 22 — National Public Lands Day/First Day of Fall
Whether you’re an outdoor enthusiast or not, we all benefit when our natural resources and public lands remain safe, resilient, and cared for. National Public Lands Day is the perfect opportunity to connect with your community through environmental stewardship, and it just so happens to fall on the first day of autumn! With activities such as trail refurbishing, tree planting, and trash removal, you can help keep our recreational areas, wildlife refuges, and national parks thriving for years to come. Find a volunteer opportunity at neefusa.org.