Taxiarchae/Archangel Greek Orthodox Church 25 Bigelow Ave, Watertown, MA02472 The Greek Orthodox Church in East Watertown celebrates Divine Liturgy every Sunday, when children can attend Sunday…More 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.
Stanton Funeral Home 786 Mt Auburn St, Watertown, MA02472 Stanton Funeral Home is one of Watertown's oldest funeral homes, family-run for over 90 years by the Stantons. Its Web…More site includes a short video as well as further information, including services, Web resources for grief support and a history of how the business has passed from generation to generation. Stanton Funeral Home's motto is, "part of your life since 1919."
The history of Ancient Order of Hibernians dates back to 1836 in New York and Pennsylvania. Members must be men 16…More years and older who are practicing Roman Catholics of Irish birth or descent and who are citizens of United States or who have declared their intentions to become U.S. citizens. The club strives to foster and preserve the art, dance music and sports from Ireland. There is an organization for women, Ladies Ancient Order of Hibernians, which also meets at the hall.
Hibernian Hall is also available to rent as a banquet facility, accommodating up to 200 people.
Armenian Library and Museum of America 65 Main St, Watertown, MA02472 The library and museum, which opened in 1971, has the largest collection of Armenian artifacts in the diaspora and is…More the largest ethnic museum in Massachusetts. The museum displays Armenian art and historical pieces in several galleries, and tours are available in English, Armenian and Russian. Rotating exhibits feature a range of topics from contemporary art to ancient artifacts, and the museum averages 14 exhibits annually. The library collections include books, periodicals and oral histories in English and Armenian. The library is open to researchers and the general public.
Magic Art Studio 137 Spring St, Watertown, MA02472 This hidden away spot is an homage to everything magic. From the endless display of items such as games, magic…More sets, cards and dice, to the overwhelming number of magic books. Take a look at the wall, and you'll see autographs to the owner Ray from a who's who of magic celebrities, such as David Copperfield and Dick Chalmers. If you are interested in magic at all, to learn it, the history, or just talk about it, then stop in today and see Ray.
Homenetmen - Armenian General Athletic Union and Scouts 47 Nichols Ave, Watertown, MA02472 This Armenian scouting and athletics organization runs a number of programs for children and adults. The group meets at…More the Armenian Cultural and Educational Center. The scouts meet weekly on Saturdays and learn about Armenian history and culture, along with scouting skills. The club runs basketball, soccer and volleyball teams for children, teens and adults. Homenetmen also hosts meals twice a week: Thursday is men's night, and family night is held on Fridays nearby at The Agoump at 76 Bigelow Ave.