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DIRECTIONS TO CHELMSFORD PUBLIC LIBRARY

From I-495 Northbound
Take Exit 33 and turn right (South) at bottom of ramp onto Rte 4. Follow Rte 4 approximately ½ mile through several sets of lights to traffic island in center of town.

*Continue on Rte 4 to the right at the island and proceed past the Mobil station on your left (Note that you are on a one way street). The library is on the same island as the Mobil station. Continue on Rte 4 staying to the left for several hundred yards. The back side of the library is to your left. Take Rte 4 North, a left hand turn, and the library is the first building on the left. Park in the lot and enter through the front doors. The meeting room is to the right, just inside the entrance.

From I-495 South bound
Take exit 34 and turn right (South) at the bottom of the ramp onto Rte 110. Follow Rte 110 (Chelmsford Street) to junction of Rtes 110, 129, and 4. Go straight into Chelmsford Center, staying to the right of the Mobil station and follow directions from I-495 Northbound (*)
OR take Exit 33 and follow the directions from I-495 Northbound

 
  AUBURN, MA PUBLIC LIBRARY Doors open 9AM
Located on Rte 12 just north of the shopping mall

At the junction of the Mass Pike and I-290, look for Rte 12 and take it NE. Go past the shopping center on the right (approximately one mile), and the library is just beyond it, again on the right.

 
  DIRECTIONS TO BURLINGTON PUBLIC LIBRARY

The Burlington Public Library is located at 22 Sears Street, just off the Town Common beside the Police Station. The Common is bordered on the west by Cambridge Street (Route 3A) in Burlington.

To get to the Library, take Route 128 (I-95) north or south to Exit 33, and turn at the end of the ramp onto Rte. 3A north. Pass 2 traffic lights, and turn right at the third traffic light onto Bedford Street. Take your first left onto Center Street and the first right after that onto Sears Street, just past the beige clapboard Police Station. The Library is a modern brick structure with parking available on three sides of the building.

 
  DIRECTIONS TO: Billerica Public Library
15 Concord Rd. Billerica, MA 01821

From Route 3 take exit 27 the Concord Road exit.

At the end of the ramp, take a right onto Concord Road.

Follow Concord Road approximately 1 mile into the center of Billerica.

As you come to the first set of lights you will see the library on your left. You must go through the light and all the way around the common so that the library is on your right. Parking is in the rear of the building.

 
 

 

Directions to the Nashua Public Library

Route 3 to Exit 5 East, (Kinsley St., Route 111 East)

Follow approx. 2 miles to Main St

Left onto Main St

Follow Main 1 set of lights, take a right onto Temple

Follow Temple about 100 yards, take a left

Take first right into Library parking lot

 

 

Directions to the Trinity Lutheran Church

From Rt 3, take Exit 32, (The “Drum Hill Rotary”). From Rotary, Take Old Westford Rd. towards Westford for about .85 miles to Grandview Rd. Entrance for Trinity Lutheran Church on left. Proceed up rather long driveway to parking area. If things go according to plan, we should be able to use the entrance on the far left side of the church. Our meeting room is just inside this entrance.

Those coming from the south may want to try an alternate route, exiting from Rt 495 at Exit 33, then taking Rt 4 north to a left onto Davis Rd…. see map below.

 

The Hudson Elks Lodge

91 Park St, Hudson, MA 01749 (978) 568-8129

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

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