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J. W. Conway Bunker Hill American Legion Post 26
23 Adams St, Charlestown, MA 02129
J. W. Conway Bunker Hill American Legion Post 26 is a nonprofit organization by veterans for veterans. Various eventsMore and activties are instigated by the Post in support of those who have sacrificed for the country. In 2010, Post 26 was renamed in memory of James W. Conway, who had served in the Korean War as part of the US Marine Corps.
The Training Field (Winthrop Square)
Winthrop St & Adams St, Charlestown, MA 02129

Tucked into a quiet residential area, The Training Field is a popular place for neighbors to sit and chat on benchesMore or pass through with their dogs. There is a striking monument in the center of the park honoring Charlestown's veterans, and large plaques by the intersection of Winthrop and Adams Streets that list the name of the region's fallen soldiers.

Read more about the history of the park here.

Memorial Hall
14 Green St, Charlestown, MA 02129
Memorial Hall is a decadent building with a rich history. It currently is under ownership of the Abraham Lincoln PostMore #11, Grand Army of the Republic. The organization is nonprofit and routes funds and donations to assisting veterans, community programs, and building maintenance.
City Square
City Sq & Main St, Charlestown, MA 02129
Known as "the Gateway to Boston," City Square marks the spot where Charlestown was original settled in theMore 17th Century. The park provides a surprising oasis at a major intersection and offers excellent views of downtown Boston. It features 70 different varieties of trees and perennials, as well as a fountain and monuments to Charlestown veterans and its historic role in the U.S. Navy. The park hosts dozens of civic events and may be used for private functions as well. It is maintained, in part, by the nonprofit organization Friends of City Square Park.
Charlestown Yoga
191 Main St, Charlestown, MA 02129
This calm and relaxing yoga studio is conveniently located on Main Street, near Zumes and the Cooperative Bank. SueMore Lynch owns and runs the studio and was featured in Yoga Journal for her service to her community and especially for her work with local veterans. The studio offers all types of yoga classes for all ages, private training and other services connected with health and well-being.