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The Footlight Club
7 Eliot St, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130
Located in a residential area between busy Centre St. and Jamaica Pond, The Footlight Club is America'sMore oldest community theatre. It has performed every year since 1877. Footlight Club members are committed to presenting the best in non-professional theater to a broad-based audience, and to preserve and maintain Eliot Hall as a community resource.
Eye Q Optical
7 Pond St, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130
The Pond Street Eye Q Optical location serves as a showroom for the original eyewear designs of owner Paul Fox. HisMore collection features an array of modern styles, with pieces ranging from plastic frames to rimless styles. A sampling of his collection is available on his website.
Fresh Fish to You
5 Pond Cir, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130
Created by two local moms looking to promote healthier diets, Fresh Fish to You offers daily deliveries of fresh fish toMore Jamaica Plain, Needham, Newton, Roslindale, Brookline, Dedham and West Roxbury. Fish is sourced directly from a Boston distributor, and arrives as two, 7- to 9-ounce portions on a weekly basis. Kosher products are available. Fresh Fish to You also offers chowders and bisques and features regular specials. 
Body Centre Massage
590 Centre St., Jamaica Plain, MA 02130
We are a small, friendly, professional Massage Therapy, Bodywork and Muscular Therapy studio located at 590 Centre St.More near Pond St., in the heart of JP. You can learn all about us and schedule yourself on line up to 2 hours in advance at: www.bodycentremassage.net. We have available time weekdays, evenings and Saturdays, as well as most Sundays. Hours may vary or change on short notice. All sessions are by appointment only. For best appointment options, please schedule yourself a few days in advance. (You'll receive an automated reminder the day before your session.) We are centrally located right on the 39 and 41 bus lines, 10 minutes from the Orange line's Forest Hills or Jackson Square stations, and in easy walking distance from the Green St. T station and JP's thriving business district.
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