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John Cpld- More of Everything
More of Everything plays our mix of rock covers stretching 5 decades! Show is from 9:00-12:30 and we are looking to rock your Saturday night. The Vic's food and drink are excellent, too. See you there.

When: Oct 1, 2016 8pm in Millis, MA

Middlesex Murder, Benefit for Habitat for Humanity

Don't miss this hysterically funny evening with a Murder Mystery Dinner! You will be in the midst of a Whodunit, that promises to entertain and keep you on the edge of your seat! "Middlesex Murder" has a great cast and is directed by Julie Murphy. It will be presented on October 8, 2016 (NOTE: Doors open at 6:15) at the Glen Ellen Country Club, located at 84 Orchard Street in Millis, MA. The show has been brought back, with a new ending, as a fun and entertaining fund raiser for Habitat for Humanity which is building two homes in Holliston. Tickets are available over the phone by calling Liz Kelly 617.233.3006. Tickets are $50.00 per person which includes dinner and the show. There will be a cash bar available. *Please note that ticket sales end Monday, October 3, 2016. Washington Street Players is a true Community Theater located in Holliston, MA, and has been entertaining the Metrowest area for over 20 years!

When: Oct 8, 2016 6:15PM to Oct 8, 2016 10:30PMin Millis, MA
Cost: 50 - 50 USD

Sarah McQuaid

Age Limit: All Ages

Sarah McQuaid

When: Oct 18, 2016 7pm in Millis, MA
Cost: FREE LIBRARY EVENT

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Uncle Ned's Fish Factory 
1590 Main Street
Route 109

Millis, MA 02054

508-533-5969
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.