Nutrition Information

  • The Acton-Boxborough Farmer's Market is a producer-only, seasonal, farmers market on Pearl Street in West Acton. Open on Sundays from 10am to 1pm, their focus is making fresh, whole, organically or sustainably grown foods available to our communities including vegetables and fruits, flowers, cheeses, bagels, meats, pastas, artisanal breads, wines, baked treats, maple syrup, fungi, and specialty products such as spreads, sauces, and condiments.

  • Massachusetts’ farmers are offering the public a new way to invest in local agriculture, while enjoying delicious, fresh food throughout the season. Community Supported Agriculture (CSAs) are a way for the food buying public to create a relationship with a farm and to receive a weekly basket of produce.

    Farms offering CSA shares of vegetables, fruits, and various other agricultural products can be found across the state. 
    Find a CSA farm that works for you!

Fitness Programs

  • Fitness Center Program at ABRHS is open to the public in the evenings and on Saturday mornings. The fitness center, which is located in the Acton-Boxborough Regional High School, contains free weights, cardiovascular (treadmills, elliptical machines, rowing machines, stair steppers, stationary bikes) and resistance equipment. Students in grades 8 and up may use the fitness center, but 8th graders must attend with a parent.

  • Exercises classes are offered at the Acton Council on Aging (COA). The COA offers a variety of activities and programs to engage both the mind and body. These offerings are usually free of charge to Acton seniors and most take place at the Senior Center. Some programs are open to out-of-towners; call the COA for clarification.
Oktoberfest Runners
Acton Oktoberfest Runners 

Community Groups/Health Classes

  • Acton Council on Aging advocates for Acton seniors by enhancing their quality of life and independence through programs and services designed to address their health and economic concerns as well as social and cultural interests. 

  • Acton Recreation Department offers health and fitness programs, classes and activities to children and adults.

  • Acton-Boxborough Community Ed offers health, education and fitness classes and workshops year round to children and adults.

  • Acton-Boxborough Farmers Market is a producer-only farmers market in West Acton. We make fresh, whole, organically or sustainably-grown foods available to our communities and strengthen the networks that support local and regional food production.
  • Friends of the Acton Arboretum raise funds for development and maintenance of the arboretum, and sponsor many educational activities including seasonal walks, talks and workshops.Acton Arboretum includes 65 acres of conservation land and trails near town center through meadows, woodland ponds, a glacial esker and a bog. A handicapped accessible trail gives access to herbs, shrubs and flower gardens.