Senior Helpers 3 Littleton Rd, Westford, MA01886 Senior Helpers provides in-home nursing services for elderly residents of the Westford area. Its trained professionals…More can assist with bathing, getting dressed, preparing meals, general housekeeping, running errands and administering pills and picking up prescriptions. It can also assist with keeping an individual mobile and active through regular walks and exercises.
MarkOne Fitness 33 Providence Rd, Westford, MA01886 Owned and operated by certified personal trainer Mark Hebert, MarkOne Fitness offers specialized one-on-one personal…More training sessions, indoors and outdoors. Through a combination of exercise and diet management, MarkOne helps clients lose weight, get in shape and stay that way. The website provides comprehensive information.
Koko FitClub 174 Littleton Rd, Westford, MA01886 Koko FitClub is a nationwide personal training and exercise company. It offers a range of services and equipment…More for members, including strength and cardio training as well as custom programs. It offers unlimited session packages as well as group, family and corporate discounts. Check the main website for details on the facility or for information on a free session.
The Whole Body Fitness Spa 270 Littleton Rd, Westford, MA01886 The Whole Body Fitness Spa provides spa treatments, wellness services, exercises and training. A variety of therapies…More and programs are offered, including fitness classes, semi-private or private training, yoga, Pilates, cardiovascular training and holistic psychotherapy. The spa also offers massage therapy and makeup sessions using Whole Body Naturals products.
Boost Fitness 139 Littleton Rd, Westford, MA01886 Located by the Walgreens and Chili's, Boost Fitness is an 8,000-square-foot health club. The facility features modern…More fitness and cardio machines, a training area and Matrix Circuit dumbells. Patrons are offered group exercise and personal training services, as well as expert consultations from a professional and certified nutritionist. The facility also includes showers and locker rooms.
Curves 270 Littleton Rd, Westford, MA01886 This women's gym is set up in the large 270 Littleton shopping center and has a huge parking lot. Curves is a global…More fitness center specializing in 30-minute workouts for women looking to lose weight or get in shape. Not for the gym rat, Curves is a non-intimidating, relaxed and accepting environment for those new to exercise.
The Westford Children's Learning Center 508 Groton Rd, Westford, MA01886 Founded in 1987, The Children's Learning Center offers educational programs for infants and preschoolers. The center…More operates four locations in Massachusetts, including Arlington, Sudbury, Chelmsford, and Westford. With a "Fun and Fascination" motto, the center operates under an "independent and family-oriented" model. There is a full-time teaching staff, as well as specialized enrichment programs. Every week, specialists concentrating in music, art, exercise, science and early computer training teach.
Westford Public Schools Department 23 Depot St, Westford, MA01886 The Westford Public Schools Department oversees more than 5,000 students who attend six elementary schools, two middle…More schools, and a high school. There's also an integrated preschool. The department's administration is headquartered on Depot Street. The superintendent is Everett Olsen. The department's mission statment reads: "The school system will engage its students in a challenging learning environment to prepare them for the political, economic, social, and technological challenges of a rapidly changing world. It will develop in its students the skills and attitudes that will enable them to be lifelong learners, to exercise sound judgment and to become responsible, contributing members of society."
Grassy Pond Near Plain Road and Villanova Drive, Westford, MA01886 This recreation area for walking, jogging, or cross-country skiing contains 62 acres of mixed deciduous and evergreen…More forest surrounding a shallow seven-acre pond. The area was purchased by the Town of Westford in 1971 with matching funds from a state grant. There is a half-mile trail and "life course" for more strenuous exercise. In the winter, the pond is ideal for ice skating. There is an unpaved parking area and picnic benches provided by Boy Scout Troop #159. The Jaycees spearheaded the development of the area. Since the Jaycees disbanded, the Rotary Club has maintained the area and trails.