Geese Beware: Watertown’s Very Own “Goose Mitigation Dog” is Coming to Clear Up the City’s Fields
Watertown – During the Watertown City Council meeting on March 28th, City Manager George Proakis announced that the city has acquired a goose mitigation dog to help drive geese from the city’s fields. Vee, a four year-old border collie, will soon be on her way to Watertown from a training facility in Virginia.
The city of Watertown has created a webpage to let residents track Vee’s efforts to clean up the community’s grass fields.
Photography and Installation Explore Issues of Dislocation and Cultural Identity at Armenian Museum of America
The following press release was provided by the Armenian Museum of America Watertown – The Armenian Museum of America (AMofA) recently announced the opening of its next contemporary art exhibition, “Ara Oshagan: Disrupted, Borders.” The show follows the AMofA’s blockbuster exhibit, “On the Edge: Los Angeles Art 1970s-1990s from the Joan and Jack Quinn Family Collection,”…
Watertown Community Foundation Has Awarded over $700K in COVID Relief Grants in 2023
The following press release was provided by the Watertown Community Foundation Watertown – The Watertown Community Foundation (WCF) has awarded $729,229 to three local non-profits serving low-income populations in Watertown to meet ongoing basic needs in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic. Thanks to funding from the Massachusetts Executive Office of Housing and Economic Development…
Watertown’s First Sculpture Walk Now on Display, Artists Speak About Their Work
Watertown – The Watertown Arts & Culture Committee’s inaugural Community Sculpture Walk is now officially on display. On Thursday, May 18th, the City of Watertown hosted a grand opening celebration of the exhibit at the Community Path behind Saltonstall Park. Each of the four artists who contributed a sculpture to the display spoke with WCN…