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Summer Fencing Camp at Fencing Academy of Boston
Summer Fencing Camp at Fencing Academy of Boston
Jul 22, 2019 - Jul 26, 2019

Fencing Academy of Boston: Watertown, MA Early Reg. Discount- sign up by June 15. Weekday Fencing Camp for youths training in saber. Beginners get involved and gain skills quickly, & Intermediate and Competitive fencers step up training to prep for the 2019-2020 competition season. 9am-4pm daily
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   Map to 100 Parker St. Watertown MA 02472

posted 01/21/2019

When: Jul 22, 2019 12am to Jul 26, 2019 12am in Watertown, MA

Tuesday Brew

Want to meet innovators, civic leaders, entrepreneurs and thought-leaders in Greater Boston? Continue to build and strengthen your networks? Come to Tuesday Brew, and enjoy a coffee or tea on us! These monthly events take place at the Incubator at Sasaki, a flexible research studio and shared work space located at global design firm Sasaki's Chase Mills campus, on the fourth Tuesday of every month from 8:30-9:30am. Tuesday Brew is designed to be format-free with the simple goal of fostering new and strengthening existing connections. Not only will you meet new people from the Greater Boston community, you'll also have the opportunity to meet Sasaki's 300+ designers, architects, and urban planners as well as Incubator tenants. There are many modes of transportation available to get to the Incubator at Sasaki: Street parking adjacent to Chase Mills campus #71 express from Harvard Square Bike racks are available Want to sponsor a Tuesday Brew? Reach out to Alicia Deluga, Program & Marketing Manager for the Sasaki Foundation.

When: Jul 23, 2019 8:30AM in Watertown, MA

HATCH: Art Studio - Cartoon and Caricature

Learn the basics of cartoon and caricature drawing from Watertown artist, Adrian Alvarez. An accomplished comic artist, Adrian will guide participants in pencil and ink drawing techniques with a focus on the figure. Materials included but feel free to bring your own. Recommended for ages 12 and older.  An email address required to register online. If you do not have an email address, visit or call the WFPL Reference Desk to register 617-972-6436.

When: Jul 23, 2019 3pm in Watertown, MA

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Cambridge Courtyard Marriott Hotel 
777 Memorial Drive
Cambridge, MA 02139

617-492-7777
The Courtyard Marriott hotel is located on the Banks of the Charles River in Cambridge near MIT, BU, Harvard & Fenway Park in Boston. Amenities include spacious rooms with free wireless High-Speed Internet Access, cable TV with HBO, luxurious bedding, mini-fridge & more.
About Watertown, MA
Watertown Massachusetts was founded in 1603 and was one of America's largest settlements in that time. Watertown quickly became an important center for trade, commerce and industry.

Watertown once served as the temporary seat of government during the Revolutionary War. Paul Revere, who once resided in Watertown actually printed the first money for the Province of Massachusetts here.

Canvas sails for the U.S.S. Constitution were woven here at the old Bemis Mills and the renowned Stanley Steamers and the black Crawford stoves were manufactured in Watertown. Just outside of Watertown Square on Mt. Auburn Street is where the first Star Market store was opened.

Watertown is strategically located just 6 miles northwest of Boston and has easy access to all major highways in eastern Massachusetts. Providing an extensive public transportation system that includes rail and bus lines which provide access to the Logan International Airport and the world.

On April 19, 2013 the whole world was watching Watertown, MA as the Boston Marathon Bomber Dzhokar Tsarnaev was arrested after a day long manhunt that shut down the City of Boston and the surrounding towns while law enforcement went door to door searching for the suspect. It ended when a resident on Franklin Street reported that they found bloody evidence that the suspect was hiding in a boat parked in the back yard of the home.