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Danvers Senior Center
25 Stone St, Danvers, MA 01923
Seniors are welcome to visit the Danvers Senior Center for everything from a bite to eat to a game of bridge, a yogaMore class, painting with water colors, knitting or even grieving the loss of a loved. Helpful information for senior safety is available and there is also a breakfast club that meets each week. The facility was built in 1999 and is managed by the Council on Aging. The center was nationally accredited in 2001 and then re-accredited in 2007. The center is surrounded by Highland Manor (a housing authority development), Highlands Elementary School and town soccer fields. Visit the Web site for a complete list of daily classes and other upcoming events. E-mail Lorene Machado if you'd like to receive the monthly COA newsletter - "Oniontown Seniors"  - in your inbox.
The Retirement Financial Center
10 Liberty St, Danvers, MA 01923
The financial planners at the Retirement Financial Center (formerly Liberty Group), specialize in providing fullMore financial advice for seniors and those planning for retirement.  They take a hands-on approach to their clients' needs and genuinely care about their success.  Aside from retirement planning, services include tax planning and preparation, individual and company retirement plans, company benefit plans and identity theft protection.
Dentcare Dental Center
130 Sylvan St, Danvers, MA 01923
Dentcare Dental Center has been in business since 1982. It accepts a variety of insurers, including, dental insuranceMore billing services; Delta Dental and Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts and senior citizen discounts. Dentcare provides emergency care and ample parking. It specializes in bleaching, orthodontics, crowns, repairs, dentures, root canals, treatment of gums, fillings and more. Contact for further details.
Gates Field
15 Stone St, Danvers, MA 01923
Gates Field sports two soccer fields and is primarily used by the Danvers Youth Soccer Association. The Danvers SeniorMore Center is next to the park. The Witchcraft Victims' Memorial sits across the Hobart Street access road.
CVS Pharmacy
17 Maple St, Danvers, MA 01923
CVS Pharmacy is located in the center of Danvers' downtown. It is open all day and night for customer convenience andMore offers everything from gum to money orders and flu shots. Senior citizens receive a 10% discount on all prescriptions.
Witchcraft Victims' Memorial
176 Hobart St, Danvers, MA 01923
Across the street from where they were publicly accused, the 25 victims who died as a result of the witchMore hysteria gripping Salem Village in 1692 are now publicly memorialized, the names etched in stone. The monument is located on Hobart Street in front of Gates Field and the Senior Center. Across the street was the original site of the Salem Village Meeting House, where most of the witchcraft trials were held before moving to Salem proper. The meeting house was part of the parish property of First Church, which is located just up the road from the memorial at the corner of Hobart and Centre streets. The memorial was completed in 1992 and dedicated that May by town officials and the Salem Village Witchcraft Tercentennial Committee, which designed the monument to coincide with the 300th anniversary of the witch trials. Numerous organizations and individuals in town donated the funds for the project. In addition to the victims' names, public statements by eight who were executed are on display as well.  The memorial is open to the public daily, from dawn to dusk. There is a parking lot to the rear of the site. For more information on the memorial, visit the Web site.
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