West Middle School 70 Shawsheen Rd, Andover, MA01810 The West Middle School serves the 10 to 14-year-old population in Andover in grades 6, 7 and 8. School staff members are…More focused on creating a place where students can find their individual strengths and develop their skills. The school, hosting nearly 530 students, is located next door to the Andover High School.
A Better Chance of Andover 134 Main St, Andover, MA01810 A Better Chance (ABC) of Andover is a non-profit organization that education alternatives for academically gifted…More minority high school students. The program allows dedicated students at underperforming public schools the chance to study at Andover High School, historically one of the state's best performing public schools. The program includes study hour supervision, academic tutoring, college preparation and a variety of field trips and enrichment opportunities. The program has been in place since 1967.
Spinners Pizza 195 Andover St, Andover, MA01810 Spinners is a cozy pizzeria place located near the MBTA commuter rail station. It serves lunch and dinner daily. The…More menu includes items like the Meat Bomb Pizza and the Spinners Deluxe. It also offers calzones, pastas, sandwiches and salads. This location caters private events, delivers and offers gift certificates and coupons to its customers.
Ballardvale Preschool 23 Clark Rd, Andover, MA01810 The Ballardvale Preschool began in the early 1970s as a place for Andover children to learn and play during the day. It…More features classrooms with whimsical and bright colors staffed by teachers who provide students with attention and direction. It has a fenced-in, outdoor playground as well.
Cachec Hair Place 20 Post Office Ave, Andover, MA01810 Cachec Hair Place specializes in women's hair styling. Haircuts and hair coloring are performed here. For special…More occasions, Cachec Hair Place creates elegant hair styles. With close attention to detail, Cachec Hair Place makes sure not a hair is out of place.
DiSH is great alternative to take out. Coolers include appetizers, fresh dinner entrees and side dishes. The retail…More shop is open 7 days a week for grab and go shopping. Orders can also be placed online at www.dinnerbydish.com.
Guests may also choose from an assortment of wines and desserts. Additional services include special allergen and dietary menu items, catering assistance, gift certificates, delivery and more.
Christian Science Reading Room 36 Main St, Andover, MA01810 With the construction of every Christian Science Church, a Christian Science Reading Room follows. The Christian Science…More Reading Room for Andover is located right in the heart of downtown. The reading room is meant to be a quiet place for those that practice Christian Science or those that want to learn more. At the reading room, people can study for upcoming Sunday services or just catch up on the newest Christian Science news in the weekly Christian Science Sentinel or the monthly Christian Science Journal.
Atria Marland Place 15 Stevens St, Andover, MA01810 Atria Marland Place is an assisted living facility that provides many on-site amenities for residents, including…More computers for use. The facility is a collection of luxury apartment rentals, each equipped with an emergency call system. Pets are welcome.
Addison Travel 24 Chestnut St, Andover, MA01810 Addison Travel is a travel agency located across the street from CVS Pharmacy downtown. It helps customers plan…More their vacations to places all over the world. In addition, Addison Travel assists customers in finding the best deals for flights, hotels and rental cars. Walk-ins are welcome at this location.
The Free Christian Church in Andover is a meeting place for area residents to become closer with their religious…More traditions and to act within their community. The church values Christ-centric worship through small group study, youth groups that learn directly from the Bible communal worship. The church began in the mid-1800s and was founded as a place where people could speak their minds about the abolition of slavery. The founders of the church were wealthy manufacturers and merchants that risked their livelihoods to start the church. Call for more information.
Havurat Shalom P.O. Box 568, Andover, MA01810 Havurat Shalom offers a place for worship and learning for surrounding community members of the Jewish faith. It…More conducts Shabbat and holiday services under Rabbi Karen Landy. Additionally, Havurat Shalom hosts religious school, concerts and recitals, discussions, tzedakah activities, social events and workshops.
West Parish Garden Cemetery 129 Reservation Rd, Andover, MA01810 The West Parish Garden Cemetery is one of the few garden cemeteries in the state, surrounded by stone walls with a…More triumphal arc at its entrance. This 50-acre cemetery is non-denominational and provides for a variety of grave plots as well as a specific area for the resting of cremated remains. Visitors can explore the gardens, with mature Hydrangea plantings and Sugar Maple trees among the many lawns and wooded paths throughout the cemetery. The cemetery was founded in 1692 and was expanded in 1908 by textile industrialist William Wood, of Andover. The West Parish Garden Cemetery is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The entrance is located across the street from the West Parish Church.
Christ Church 33 Central St, Andover, MA01810 Christ Church is a multi-generational, inclusive community where worship, learning, and service flourish. The…More parish is known for its strong programs in music, Christian formation, and outreach, both locally and globally. Founded in 1835 by Abraham Marland, a local mill owner who had emigrated from Liverpool, England, Christ Church brought the Episcopal/Anglican tradition of worship to the Andover area. Although firmly rooted in the Episcopal tradition, Christ Church welcomes people from all backgrounds, and prides itself on being a place where people are free to question and to think for themselves. Christ Church owns and operates the Christ Church Children’s Center and the Andover Thrift Shop. It is also the place where the Center for Child Development, Merrimack Valley Habitat for Humanity, and the Esperanza Academy were born.