Winter Concerts, Scottish Dance, Tree Lighting

Take a look at some of the events going on in and around Watertown this week.

Gore Place hosts a Holiday Prelude Tour and Shopping.
Gore Place hosts a Holiday Prelude Tour and Shopping.

Monday Scottish Dance

Scottish dancing and workshop Monday night at 7 at the Canadian American Club. There will be a beginners workshop, if enough beginners there. Come out and dance Scottish country. Find out more here.

Student Holiday Concerts at Perkins School

Perkins School for the Blind musicians will perform a free holiday concert on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. for the entire community to enjoy. Enjoy seasonal classics, handbell ensembles, and cheerful music from around the world, including a Venezuelan Christmas carol in Spanish and a Chanukah song in Hebrew. See more info here.

Winter Concert at the Library

The Watertown Free Library kicks off the Winter Concert series with a holiday concert from Too Human and Bryan Rizzuto on upright bas on Saturday at 2 p.m. for an afternoon of jazzy bluesy holiday classics and some Too Human originals. 

Mount Auburn Hospital’s Tree Lighting

Mount Auburn Hospital's Auxiliary will be presenting their 10th Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony on Thursday at 5 p.m. in the hospital's Stanton Lobby. Click here for more details.

Holiday Prelude Tour and Shopping

Enjoy a self-guided, ground-floor tour of the 1806 Gore mansion including the major entertaining spaces, then shop for wonderful decorations and gifts in our Holiday Boutique Gift Shop. It is part of the 6th annual Waltham Holiday Prelude on Friday at 6 p.m. Admission is $5, $5 per person. No reservations necessary. Free parking. For more info go to www.goreplace.org.  


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