1005 BELMONT ST
Brockton, MA 02301
Phone: (508) 588-3333
Fax: (508) 588-3334
1005 BELMONT ST, Brockton, MA, US, 02301
- Phone: (508) 588-3333
- Fax: (508) 588-3334
This stadium opened in 2002 and has a capacity of over 6000. While the park is not very impressive and everything seems to be made of tin, (even the luxury boxes!!) the red seats seem a nice change from the usually mundane green ones. Still, this minor league park has something new to offer . . . No Mascots! Okay, you're not getting something completely innovative but it's uncommon these days. So, head down to Campanelli Stadium and cheer the current team, Brockton Rox, and if you feel like you are in a cheap place, it's okay. You are!
This beautiful 11 acres park known as the Island Grove Park National Register District. Surrounded by another 35 acres of land, the Island Grove Pond features a beautiful park consisting of pine shade trees, a swimming pool with sand at the bottom, amazing picnic spots, ballrooms, shacks, trails, fishing, gazebo and a lot more. This place was also an important meeting area.
The Rockland Memorial Library is a historic structure built in 1903. Constructed in the Classical Revival style of architecture, it looks grand and beautiful. Inspite of being so old, the library has continued to function till date and serve the neighborhood community. Regular events are conducted by the library to keep its members entertained and active.
The Old South Union Church which was entered into the National Register in 1982, dates back to 1854.
The Union Congregational Church is a historic church built in 1872. The building displays the Stick/Eastlake style of architecture and has been designed by Sherman Z. The church continues to function till date and conducts regular services and ceremonies. The beautiful church became a part of the National Register of Historic Places in 1984.
The Pilgrim Congregational Church stands as an eloquent church site in the city of Taunton of Massachusetts. The church dates back to 1852 and is included in the National Register of Historic Places. The structure is a magnificent example of the Romanesque style of architecture.
There are many post offices in US that are historic; the United States Post Office-Taunton Main office being one of them. Located across the bustling Taunton Green street, this structure was raised in 1930. It is a fine example of Classical Revival style of architecture, and is also listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
One of the finer churches in Taunton city, the Winthrop Street Baptist Church is precisely situated across the Winthrop Street. The construction of the church building dates back to 1862 and it brilliantly exemplifies the Gothic Revival style of architecture. It also stands registered on the National Register of Historic Places and is still functional.
The congregation of the Episcopal Church of St. Thomas was formed in 1728 by residents of Taunton, and only a century later they could boast of this magnificent church building. The parish saw its fair share of ups-and-downs in the 18th Century, but was revived in 1824. Episcopal Church of St. Thomas was constructed was few decades later, in 1857, in the late Gothic Revival style by architect Richard Upjohn.
The US Post Office-Weymouth Landing is a historic building in Weymouth, Massachusetts. The post office was built in 1940 by Louis Simon and Cunningham in the Colonial Revival style of architecture, featuring stone exteriors. The post office also includes a store. The site was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1986.
Established in 2003, Granite Links has been consistently ranked among some of the best golf courses in the country. Spread out over 450 acres (182.11 hectares), the 27-hole championship course offers a challenging game for all skill levels. The course is host to the prestigious Senior LPGA Legends Golf Tour as well as the BJ's Charity Championship. Facilities at the club include a pro-shop as well as an expansive clubhouse with a restaurant and excellent meeting facilities. Check website for more.