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Rockets and Catapults!
Learn more about this event at or sponsored by Habitat Education Center and Wildlife Sanctuary by copying and pasting this link into your browser: http://www.massaudubon.org/get-outdoors/program-catalog#program:program_code=54886

When: Dec 13, 2017 3:30PM in Belmont, MA
Cost: Registration applies; follow event link

State of the Birds

Learn more about this event at or sponsored by Habitat Education Center and Wildlife Sanctuary by copying and pasting this link into your browser: http://www.massaudubon.org/get-outdoors/program-catalog#program:program_code=54949

When: Dec 14, 2017 7:30PM in Belmont, MA
Cost: Registration applies; follow event link

Celebrate the Winter Solstice

Learn more about this event at or sponsored by Habitat Education Center and Wildlife Sanctuary by copying and pasting this link into your browser: http://www.massaudubon.org/get-outdoors/program-catalog#program:program_code=54810

When: Dec 16, 2017 1pm in Belmont, MA
Cost: Registration applies; follow event link

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Brookline Courtyard Marriott Hotel 
40 Webster Street
Coolidge Corner

Brookline, MA 02446

617-734-1393
The Marriott Hotel in Brookline is only minutes from Boston located in Coolidge Corner. Enjoy free high speed internet & easy access to Logan Airport, Fenway Park, Boston College, Boston University, Northeastern, Mass General Hospital & the Museum of Science.
About Belmont, MA
Belmont Massachusetts is a quiet, affluent, residential community located on the western suburban corridor of Boston on the divides between the Charles and Mystic Rivers. Until the early 19th century, Belmont was largely an agricultural town.

Belmont was then that the turnpike and railroad linked the area to Boston which stimulated the creation of several large estates. A Belmont farmer was the first to import and breed Holstein Cows and an estate in Belmont sparked the first use of hothouses to grow fruit and vegetables. The gardens under glass were so successful that they produced enough fruit to make the town first in the country in the value of fruit products and second in the country for vegetables.

Belmont residents are proud of their quiet, well-mannered and small 4.6 square mile community and are very civic minded.