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The Community Center features exercise areas, classrooms and program spaces, a dining room, and even quiet spaces to read in. There are activities for all ages, run by Recreation & Community Programs. Our Human Services Department is also located at the Community Center.
Cary Memorial Building contains two auditoriums as well as several meeting rooms. Battin Hall, the larger auditorium, is used for large town meetings as well as performances by both local groups and international artists.
Lexington Minuteman is a life-size bronze figure of a colonial farmer with musket by Boston sculptor Henry H. Kitson. It stands at the southeast corner of the Lexington Battle Green, facing the route of the British advance.
The Battle of Lexington is commemorated every year on the third Monday in April. We pay tribute to those patriots who first fell on the Lexington Green on the morning of April 19, 1775, and to the courage and fortitude of those who continued the fight throughout the day.
Lexington offers a wealth of activities year-round, from tennis leagues to library talks, for children, tweens, teens, adults and seniors.