What's Going On: Announcements You May Have Missed on Watertown Patch

Here's a smattering of some of the community bulletins uploaded to Patch in the past week.


Entertainment Specialist Selected to Produce Atrium School’s 30th Anniversary Event. Lolo Event Design is pleased to announce it has been selected to plan the Atrium School's 30th Anniversary event this fall. The much anticipated event will be a combined 30th celebration reunion and fall festival for alumni, students, and families of the Atrium School.

"Seasonal Relief" Exhibit. Watertown artist Leslie Evans is exhibiting linoleum cut relief prints at the Habitat Audubon Wildlife Sanctuary in Belmont during the month of October. The prints are illustrations for a series of four seasonal children's books published by Clarion Books and featuring acrostic poems by Steven Schnur.

Help Police Conduct Tobacco Stings. Calling all teens 15½ to 17. Be paid to make a difference! The Brookline Department of Public Health is recruiting teenagers to work as compliance check inspectors. Participants will be paid to conduct tobacco compliance checks in Arlington, Belmont, Brookline, and Watertown, to insure that retailers in the area are following the law by not selling tobacco products to minors.

Be the solution! Support local seniors. ITNGreaterBoston is a non-profit organization combating the lack of quality and affordable transportation options for seniors and the visually impaired. Volunteer drivers are needed for one to two hours per week within the Boston and MetroWest communities to help reduce isolation and transportation concerns for those in need. Access to a car is required.

WCT Presents And Then There Were None. Watertown Children’s Theatre’s Play Factory presents And Then There Were None, October 26 at 7 pm, October 27 at 1 pm and October 28 at 1 pm, in the Black Box Theater at the Arsenal Center for the Arts in Watertown. Agatha Christie has created a world where nothing is what it seems and no one can be trusted. 


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