Senior Center Gets Lesson in History of Watertown Senior Center – Members of the Senior Center were treated to a special presentation this week by the President of the Historical Society of Watertown, Marilynne Roach. In the presentation, Roach told attendees about the S.S Watertown, the former name of Watertown Square, and she showed some […]
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Historic Watertown: Edmund Fowle House Edmund Fowle House – It may look like an ordinary house, but the Edmund Fowle house is one of the oldest historical sites in Watertown. Built in 1772, the house was restored in 2004 and put back together to look almost exactly as it did in the 18th century. Join […]
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Historical Figures Featured in Banners Around Town Watertown Square – Residents and commuters passing through Watertown Square and the East End will be getting a free history lesson thanks to Watertown Savings Bank and the Historical Society of Watertown. WSB Vice-President of Marketing Carole Katz has worked at the bank for 30 years and along […]
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Historical Society Celebrates the Treaty of Watertown Edmund Fowle House – The Historical Society of Watertown held its annual celebration of two of the most historical dates in Watertown’s History. Firstly, colonial reenactors gathered at the Edmund Fowle House to commemorate the first time the Declaration of Independence was read to the citizens of Watertown […]
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Historical Society Seeking Community Preservation Act in Watertown Watertown Free Public Library – Residents gathered earlier this week to hear presentations from the Historical Society of Watertown and local group “Invest in Watertown” about why Watertown should join over 150 other towns and cities in Massachusetts who are taking advantage of the Community Preservation Act […]
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