Watertown – Watertown’s newest recreation facilities received a proper welcome this week during a ceremony at PFC Richard Moxley field on Wednesday, October 25th. The Boston Bruins Foundation joined the celebration, which included Foundation President Bob Sweeney, Bruins mascot Blades, and national anthem singer Todd Angilly. The foundation also made a donation of new youth hockey equipment to the city.
Watertown resident and Hall of Fame hockey coach Jerry York was also in attendance, offering some words about PFC Richard Moxley as well as Lt. Paul Sullivan, who has a park named in his honor on Watertown’s East End.
WATERTOWN – On November 28-30, the City of Watertown hosted a three-day planning event at 64 Pleasant St. to begin gathering input from the community about how best to redesign and improve Watertown Square. Below you can watch each of the three presentations that were made at the conclusion of each day. November 28th, 2023…
Nationally Celebrated Voiceover Artist Brings Solo Performance of ‘A Christmas Carol’ to Mosesian Center for the Arts
The following press release was provided by the Mosesian Center for the Arts WATERTOWN – In a month of performances offering traditional holiday shows and a variety of events for every taste, Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol will be performed at the Mosesian Center for the Arts in a what is becoming a “singular” tradition. For a third…
Hannukah Celebration, Holiday Pop-Up Shops, and Gift Drives Among Festive Activities Happening at Arsenal Yards
The following announcement was provided by Arsenal Yards WATERTOWN – It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Arsenal Yards, the bustling new neighborhood in Watertown, invites area residents, workers, and visitors to make their holiday season merry and bright with holiday happenings now through December. Guests can enjoy a packed schedule of seasonal activities and…