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Harvard, Massachusetts 01451

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Harvard, Massachusetts is a dominantly rural town with over 2,000 acres of conservation land and many walking trails. Harvard prides itself on its tight-knit community and family-friendly events like the Fourth of July parade, Apple Blossom Festival, and others.

In the summer months, Bare Hill Pond is used for swimming, sailing, and canoeing. During the winter, the same pond is used for cross-country skiing and ice-skating. Harvard has been home to two offbeat communes: Harvard Shaker Commune, and Fruitlands Transcendentalist Center, co-founded by the father of Louisa May Alcott and visited by Henry David Thoreau.

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Settled: 1704
Incorporated: 1732
County: Worcester

Harvard, MA Population:
2008: 6,006
2000: 5,981
1990: 12,329

Harvard, MA Chamber of Commerce
North Central Massachusetts Chamber of Commerce
860 South Street
Fitchburg, MA 01420
Ph: 978-353-7600
Fax: 978-353-4896

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