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How Park
Pleasant St & Bacon St, Watertown, MA 02472
How Park us 1.6 acres of sloping grassy fields with shady trees at the bottom and a playground at the top. The field isMore used for 6-on-6 soccer games, and the playground includes swings and a play structure with slides. How Park also offers a paved basketball court. It is situated near the Charles River, taking advantage of the bike and walking paths along the river.
O'Connell Park
341 Mt Auburn St, Watertown, MA 02472
This park on Mt. Auburn St. has a large athletic field used for a variety of sports, including baseball, softball,More soccer and lacrosse. The park also has a basketball court and a street hockey area. A play area features a play structure with slides and climbing activities. The playground also includes a swing set.
Watertown Boys & Girls Club
25 Whites Ave, Watertown, MA 02472
The Boys & Girls Club provides after-school activities for school children in Watertown. The club is open toMore children ages 7 to 18. The club has a gym and a pool where swimming lessons are offered. The pool is also open for adult swimming on weekdays. The club also runs basketball and indoor soccer programs. There is also a computer lab for members to do homework. Other classes, including painting, are offered.
Taxiarchae/Archangel Greek Orthodox Church
25 Bigelow Ave, Watertown, MA 02472
The Greek Orthodox Church in East Watertown celebrates Divine Liturgy every Sunday, when children can attend SundayMore School. The yellow-brick church sits next to the Hellenic Culture Center on Bigelow Ave. The church also runs Greek School, where children receive lessons about the Greek language, culture, history and mythology. Classes are also available for teens and adults. The church has a youth basketball team.
Arsenal Park
485 Arsenal St, Watertown, MA 02472
Tucked behind busy, mall-heavy Arsenal Street, Arsenal Park is a multi-acre recreational expanse withMore something for everyone. There are two large fields for soccer, a game of ultimate frisbee or any other sport you can think of. There's six tennis courts, a basketball court, a skateboard area, a picnic pavillion with brick fireplace, three jungle gyms, a splashing fountain, paved walkways winding past ornamental and shade trees and picnic tables and benches.
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