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Endicott Liquors
139 Endicott St, Danvers, MA 01923
Endicott Liquors boasts a wide range of imported alcohol organized by region. Beverages can be picked up in the aislesMore or the walk-in cooler. In addition to drinks, lottery tickets are available at the counter. It is located within Endicott Plaza, which means there is plenty of free parking and it is convenient to Route 128.
AutoZone
151 Endicott St, Danvers, MA 01923
Located just behind the Shell station, this Autozone on Endicott has a large parking lot in front and to the side forMore auto enthusiasts and those who want to park and do quick fixes themselves. The store stocks a world of auto parts and accessories. Any out-of-stock parts can be ordered at the desk by the helpful staff.
Endicott Green
180 Newbury St, Danvers, MA 01923
The pristinely landscaped and well-kept apartment complex of Endicott Green is right on Route 1.  There are one-More and two-bedroom open floor plans and many apartments have a terrace. The feel here is more of a neighborhood than an apartment complex.  Residents and their visitors can enjoy a number of amenities, including a pool, clubhouse, business center and covered parking. The facility is pet friendly.
Endicott Park
57 Forest St, Danvers, MA 01923

Endicott Park hosts many family activities from gardening to hay rides. The park's varied lanscape includes horseMore pastures, fields and meadows, historic farm buildings, orchards, community gardens, woodlands and marshes, and has a network of trails and dirt roads for stress-free and stroller-friendly exploration. There are recreational activities for all, from hiking, fishing, picnicking and enjoying the playground in warmer months, to sledding, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing during the winter. Permits are required for groups wishing to reserve park facilities for picnics, reunions and other group events, and certain fees apply. Visit the website for information and an application. The Endicott Community Gardens, also referred to as the Victory Gardens - they were first planted during World War II, include the vegetable and flower gardens of nearly 100 local families. For a nominal fee, and based on a first-come, first-served basis, community members can lease plots of land for the growing season. Interested parties should contact a park ranger or call the park office.

Also located at Endicott Park, but separately managed and operated by the Danvers Historical Society, is Glen Magna Farms.

Denny's
152 Endicott St, Danvers, MA 01923
This conveniently located Denny' is open 24-hours, with a fast, attentive staff, morning, noon and night. The diningMore area is spacious with twenty-four tables of varying sizes and ample free parking.  This location also features a Senior Club for those fifty-five, offering specials and discounts on coffee and other dishes.
U.S. Nails
139 Endicott St, Danvers, MA 01923
Next door to the Ocean State Job Lot, U.S. Nails does professional nail care, facials and waxing for women, men andMore children. It offers different specials, including discounts for students and kids, and has foot and shoulder massage packages. Parking in the lot is plentiful, and there's more in the rear of the building.
Firestone Complete Auto Care
159 Endicott St, Danvers, MA 01923
This Firestone store offers complete maintenence and repair service for cars, trucks and SUV's.  The shop is largeMore with ample parking and several service bays to accommodate a number of vehicles at one time.  Customers can make appointments for tires, brakes, suspension, engine, steering, heating and cooling, tune-ups, oil changes, transmission service and more.
Stepping Stones Nursery School
46 Cherry St, Danvers, MA 01923
Established in 1969 at Calvary Episcopal Church on Cherry Street, Stepping Stones Nursery School features a friendly,More professional staff, a large, bright activity room and ample off-street parking. Parents are welcome to accompany their students to a juice and cookie social on the first day of class, to help make the little ones' transition easier. The school is heavily involved in the community, participating in Endicott Park Day, the Christmas-tree lighting, Support Our Troops drives, programs for the Danvers Food Pantry and more.
Wendy's
188 Endicott St, Danvers, MA 01923
The drive-through window is open until 2am here across from the Liberty Tree Mall, alowing hungry patrons to "eat great,More even late." There are outdoor tables and shady parking for those hot summer days and a very large indoor dining area. In addition to donating to the Dave Thomas  Foundation by purchasing a special pin, community members can also do their fundraising here.
Mass General/North Shore Center for Outpatient Care
102-104 Endicott St, Danvers, MA 01923

Mass General/North Shore Center for Outpatient Care features eight state-of-the-art surgical suites and pediatricMore surgical recovery areas. The Center is a collaboration between Massachusetts General Hospital and North Shore Medical Center.

Surgical services include breast cancer (surgical oncology), colorectal, endocrine, gynecological, gastrointestinal, general, genitourinary, orthopedic, otolaryngology, pediatric, plastic and weight loss surgery consultation. No emergency or overnight care is available. Patients can also visit the lower level of this location for The Mass General/North Shore Cancer Center, which specializes in comprehensive medical and radiation oncology.

Physician offices for cardiology, specialty obstetrics and gynecology, pediatric specialties, adult and family primary care, orthopaedics, urology, gastroenterology, surgery and dentistry are located in the Center and the adjacent medical office building.

The Center can be accessed off routes 114 and 128, and is across from the Endicott Plaza Shopping Center. Free parking is offered and attendants are available.

Glen Magna Farms
57 Forest St, Danvers, MA 01923
During the War of 1812, Joseph Peabody, a wealthy Salem merchant, purchased a 20-acre farm and turned the existingMore dwelling house and other buildings into a lavish country estate. Glen Magna was expanded by succeeding family owners until the central 11 acres were purchased by the Danvers Historical Society in 1963. The grounds of this beautiful estate include a mansion and exquisite gardens that are often rented for private events. Guided tours are available by reservation from May to July and the grounds are open weekdays from 9am to dusk and weekends 9am to noon. While situated right next to Endicott Park, the estate is a separate property and not part of the park.
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