The Public Library of Brookline 361 Washington St, Brookline, MA02445 The Public Library of Brookline is the main facility. Here, residents with a card can rent books, CDs, movies and other…More things. As well, computers with Internet connection are available for use. Events, such as book groups, poetry discussion, and exhibits, occur frequently and its calender can be viewed at the library's website.
Harvard Real Estate of Brookline 385 Harvard St, Brookline, MA02446 As you move down Harvard Street toward Allston, the buildings reflect the increasing likelihood that the apartments…More are temporary homes to students and others who are sharing the rent. Harvard Real Estate, with a name evocative of higher education, caters to this population. The main fare here is apartment listings that turn over with every school year. Expect to pay a fee for services.
MovieWorks 1658 Beacon St # 62, Brookline, MA02445 MovieWorks is an independent, locally owned video store. It offers a wide array of movie titles across the full spectrum…More of genres. New and used titles are available for rent and sale. The store also rents video games.
Feet of Clay Pottery 21 Station St, Brookline, MA02445 Feet of Clay Pottery is conveniently located just a few yards away from the Brookline Village subway stops; there is…More also on-street metered parking. There are a number of wheelthrowing and hand-building group classes available for adults to take throughout the week. Individuals can also arrange for private lessons with an instructor. The studio holds shows twice a year where pottery lovers can view and purchase pieces. Experienced and professional crafters can also rent spaces.
Comprising more than nine acres near Route 9 in Chestnut Hill, the Soule Recreation Center features soccer fields,…More tennis courts, an indoor gym, playgrounds for both toddlers and school-age children, and a large splash fountain with a variety of moving parts. The park is also home to the Environmental Education Center, which hosts summer and school vacation nature camps. The Soule Gymnasium can be rented for special events through the Brookline Recreation Department.
The Soule Center is part of Brookline's Green Dog Program, which allows park users to let their dogs off leash during certain hours. At the Soule Center, dogs are allowed off leash from dawn to 9 a.m.
Organized teams must seek a permit from the Recreation Department before using town athletic facilities.