4-H Middlesex Advisory Council

For the 4-H community of Middlesex County, Massachusetts

Middlesex Advisory Council and Horse Events

First Parish Congregational Church,
330 King St, Littleton

495 to exit 31, 119/110 Groton/Littleton exit.  Turn toward Littleton.  At light take a right onto Rt 110W.  Church about 3/4 mile on the right.

County Visual Location

Bedford Middle School

19 McMahon Rd., Bedford, MA 

 

From 95/128

Exit 31B (Route 4N/225W Bedford)

Go through 3 sets of lights (watch for turn only lanes)

Turn left just before the CVS onto Loomis St
At the next intersection continue straight across onto Railroad Ave
The school will be about 1/2 mile ahead on the left (the road will curve around to the right)
Go about 1/2 mile and the school will be on your left.
Park in the first parking lot on your left and then enter the school by the rear door.
 

From route 495 South take Exit 34 (Route 110 Chelmsford)
From route 495 North take Exit 33 (Route 4 Chelmsford)
Go toward Chelmsford Center from either exit

Follow signs for Route 4 South in Chelmsford Center
Stay on 4 South for approximately 8 miles  enter Bedford (Route 225 joins from right)
1/10th of a mile from this point, bear right to go onto 62 West
In 5/10th of a mile on the left is McMahon Rd - school is at end of road, parking in the rear

 

From the Mass Pike take Route 495N to Exit 29A to Route 2 East toward Boston
follow 2 east for 7 miles to Concord Rotary (prison on right),
go half way around rotary, continue on 2 east

Go to 3rd traffic light (62 East – left onto 62 east)

Follow to Concord Center – at end of shops take a left around rotary, then an immediate

   right to stay on 62 east (clearly marked)

Continue for about 2.5 miles, New England Nurseries will be on the right, less than one

   mile after this McMahon Rd will be on the right

School is at the end of McMahon Rd. (if you come to St. Michaels, you’ve gone too far)

 

County Dinner and Awards Night

First Parish United Church
48 Main St, Westford 

Boston road exit off 495,

Turn toward Westford (away from fair grounds)  follow straight to the Common. Go past the Common and make first right , Church is immediatly on the left, facing the common. (For MAC meetings enter in the door farthest to the left, stay on first floor. Romm varies between door on the left or room straight back.)

Middlesex 4-H Fair

South Chelmsford Road, Westford

From Route 495 take exit 32 onto Boston Road.  From 495 S turn left at the end of the exit.  From 495 N turn right at the end.  At the 4-way traffic light turn left onto Rt 110 east.  Go past several plazas on your right.  Soon after you will turn right onto South Chelmsford Rd.   The fairgrounds will be on your right hand side a little down the road.

Camp Middlesex

1031 Erikson Rd, Ashby 

 From points East/North

  • Take Route 2 towards Fitchburg.
  • Take Exit 32 for Route 13 North (1st exit after I-190 or last exit BEFORE I-190 if coming from Western Mass/Vermont).
  • The exit is for Leominster/Lunenburg - At end of ramp, take a right onto 13 North (or a double right if coming grom Western Mass/Vermont)
  • Go under train track bridge bear left (staying on 13 North).
  • You should pass old Whalom Park on your left.
  • When you come to a Walmart plaza, take a left onto route 2A, and follow road until you come to a big 4 way intersection with John Fitch Highway (you will see a Dunkin' Donuts and Walgreens on your left).
  • Get into the far right lane, and take a right onto John Fitch Highway (it's the name of the road) at this intersection.
  • Follow John Fitch for about 2 miles past a planatarium and baseball/hockey field until you come to an intersection with Ashby State Road (there is an ice cream/pizza place at this intersection)
  • Take a right onto Ashby State Road, and follow for about 5 miles, until it merges with 119. Just keep going staight!
  • On 119, you should go straight into Ashby center and should see a sign for Camp Middlesex across from the Ashby market.
  • Take a left onto South St. before Ashby market.
  • Bear left at the fork in the road. There should be a sharp curve in road after the fork.
  • Turn left at top of hill (Ericson Rd.) Drive slowly, because it comes up quickly, there will be a sign for Camp Middlesex here.
  • Follow the signs to park, and welcome to 4-H Camp Middlesex!

From points West

  • Take Route 2 east towards Boston
  • Get off at exit 24, Route 140 North
  • Turn left at the end of the exit ramp to go north on Route 140
  • Continue of Route 140 for about 3 miles, until you come up to a set of strobe red lights, this is Route 101
  • Turn right onto Route 101, and continue for about 5 miles into Ashburnham (you will go past a Mobil station, post office, and Cushing Academy).
  • Route 101 will stop in the center of Ashburnham, and you will turn right and then left, continuing on 101 until it meets 119 (about 10 miles).
  • Turn Right onto Route 119, and follow 119 for about 5 miles into the center of Ashby.
  • Take a Right onto South St. after the Ashby Market
  • Bear left at the fork in the road. There should be a sharp curve in the road after the fork.
  • Turn left at the top of the hill (Erickson Rd.) into Camp.

From points South

  • Take route 84 (Conn to Mass) to Mass Pike (90)
  • Take Mass Pike (90) East
  • Exit 10 off Mass Pike (I-395/Auburn/I-290/Worcester)
  • Merge onto I-290 Worcester (towards Worcester ~ 9 miles)
  • Exit 19-20 off I-290 (Towards I-190)
  • Merge onto I-190 North (~19 miles)
  • Rt. 2 West (only 1 exit to Rt. 32/13N)
  • Go to step 2 of the "From points East/North" directions above

4-H is for You! Welcome

To join a club, volunteer,
or find out more about 4-H

 call the Waltham, MA 4-H Office today. 781-891-0650 ext 29,
Wendy Marcks regional 4-H educator
240 Beaver Street, Waltham, MA 02452

 



Congratulations to Middlesex members Emily Fabre, Grace McAfee,
and Victoria Richardson for being selected to represent
MA 4-H at the National 4-H Congress in Atlanta, GA in November 2015.

 

 

Congratulations to Kaitlyn Fabre, Emma Kraus and Riana Wirthlin, members of Middlesex County clubs 
at the National 4-H Conference, Washington DC in April 2014


Congratulations to Middlesex
volunteer, Joanne Brown of the
Nifty Needles & Massachusetts Maniacs 4-H Clubs
on receiving the 2015 North East US Region
Outstanding Lifetime Volunteer Award

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