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Electronic and Appliance Recycle Day in Millis MA
Electronic and Appliance Recycle Day in MillisChurch of Christ, 142 Exchange Street, Millis MA 01749.Saturday August 27, 9am-2pm Bring these items to the parking lot:Computer towers, Scanners, VCR, Copiers,DVD, Stereo Equipment,Computer Tower, Lighting,Vacuum, Answering Machine , Fax, Speakers, Compact disc.,Circuit Boards , Radios, Record Players, Modems,Word Processor,Fans, Video equipment, Game Console, Xbox, etc.,Tape Players, Typewriters(Anything with a plug and more)...$5 ea. Dishwasher, Dryers, Stoves, Microwaves, Ex. Equipment, Lawn Mowers, Dehumidifiers, Snow Blowers,Vacuum, Small Engine Items, etc...$10 ea.Glass Monitors, Flat Panel Monitors, etc...$10 ea.TV's: 15-30Ac....$15, Refrigerators..$20Scrap/Junk Metal....$10 car loadCables, Keyboards,Car Batteries ,Cell Phones...No Fee Also included: Bicycle Recycle Day, no fee.Bring your unwanted old or new bicycle and drop it off, it will be reused again. Mountain,Road,BMX, Cruiser, Old ( 1940's to current)/New, Kids, etc.Our aim is to keep bikes from being thrown out when they can be reused.(We can pick up bicycles if you cannot get them there)Questions: Please contact Dennis Wood 508 277 7513.

When: Aug 27, 2016 9am to Aug 27, 2016 2pm in Millis, MA

Rosemary's Baby Blues

Annual Boggestock Event featuring a great line up of New England"s TOP ROCKIN BANDS including the Peacheaters, Pieces of Eight, Rosemarys Baby Blues and MORE! An all day musical event! Stay tuned for the final line up in 2016!

When: Sep 10, 2016 8pm in Millis, MA

NCAHS Class of 2006 Reunion

When: Sep 24, 2016 3pm in Millis, MA

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Uncle Ned's Fish Factory 
1590 Main Street
Route 109

Millis, MA 02054

Tropical Fish, cichlids, Koi and Goldfish, aquariums, pond liners and pond supplies.
About Millis, MA
Millis Massachusetts is a suburban industrial town in the Charles River Valley and was incorporated in 1885. Two cotton mills were established there in 1805 and one of these mills is noteworthy because it is reputed to have installed the first lace loom in America in 1818.

In modern times all that remained of early industrial operations were Herman Shoes and the Cliquot Club ginger ale plant. Millis retains a significant number of bungalow style houses as well as some Greek revival and Italianate buildings.