Waltham Massachusetts Events
The Charles River Museum of Industry and Innovation is hosting the third annual Watch the City Festival on May 12-13, 2012. The Clock Town Festival begins on Thursday, May 11, at 6 p.m. with a special screening of the film "The Watch City" at 7: 30 p.m. and the Clock City Festival on Friday evening from 5: 45 p.m. to 6 p.m.
The event is family friendly and will also feature a steampunk after party - a dark event that will attract guests. Citizens of Wachtenstadt are also invited to join in the celebrations on Friday, 13 May, from 5.30 to 7.45 pm, and the festive button is not required for this event. The third annual Watch the City Festival will be hosted by the Charles River Museum of Industry and Innovation on May 12, 2012. You are invited to try "Watch City Brew" at the Watch City Festival from 4 to 6: 15 p.m. and at a special screening of "The Watch City" from 7 to 8 p.m., as well as other events throughout the day.
The NEHES Spring Seminar will take place on Saturday, May 12, 2012 from 10: 30 a.m. to 12: 00 p.m. at the MetroWest Chamber of Commerce in Framingham, Massachusetts. The topics from the fields of business administration, business administration and business administration are put in the center and the participants get a practical insight - away from their own application for the degree programme.
The mission of the orchestra is to give the community of Waltham the opportunity to play and attend high quality classical concerts. There are five to six concerts per season, including one with the annual Youth Concert Competition, which offers young musicians the opportunity to perform solo works with the WPO.
Moody Street in downtown Waltham offers a variety of shops, restaurants and bars, including a diverse mix of food and drink and a wide range of crafts. It is an event that celebrates culture and art with food, fantasy and one-on-one fun.
The Charles River flows through Waltham, and the cycle and footpath runs along the length of the river, from the city's waterfront to the city centre. It is concentrated in the city center with a variety of shops, restaurants, bars, cafes and other shops.
The Common is bordered by Main Street, the main thoroughfare of Waltham, the main street of the city, and the Charles River. As part of the Fitchburg-Boston connection, the MBTA S-Bahn operates regularly between Boston and Boston with stops in Boston - Cambridge, Cambridge - Framingham, Boston / Somerville, Somerdale, Quincy, Frametown, Dorchester, Worcester and Somersfield. The city is also served by MBTA bus lines, including the Boston & Worcester Line, Cambridge & Framett Line and Cambridge / Cambridge Line.
Young professionals have been lured to Waltham in growing numbers in recent years, and a number of major roads are just a few miles away. Weston and Lincoln are bounded to the west by the Charles River and the Boston - Cambridge - Somerville line and the Fitchburg - Boston line. Walkscore.com ranks it 62 out of 100, making it one of the state's best-walkable cities with a median walking time of 3.5 minutes.
Below are some of the city's most popular events, such as the annual Waltham Chamber of Commerce meeting and the annual Waltham Festival.
Waltham Fire Service, founded in 1816, is now organised and employs 166 full-time, paid firefighters to protect the town of Waltham. The heart of this city is the Mansion, which is open regularly, and tours of the mansions are available at the Museum of Natural History and Massachusetts Public Library, as well as the Town Hall building. One of the most popular public parks and recreation areas is Wooten's Common with a variety of activities including picnics, games, concerts and other activities for children.
You can pre-register and look forward to meeting on Saturday at Wooten's Common for the annual Waltham Fire Day on the first Saturday of the month.
Don't miss your chance to meet some of the most prominent professionals in the wedding industry to plan your dream wedding. The Howl2GO team works tirelessly to make sure your event is perfect, and our production team will work directly with all venues in Waltham to create a bespoke event for you. We are proud to be a part of this event, as well as other events such as Dueling Brides and Dressing Parties.
Howl Moon has been the most popular bachelor party venue since its inception in 1990, and Howl2GO has become one of Waltham's most popular venues for duel brides and dressing parties. If you are planning your wedding or other event with a special guest, such as a dance party, we will provide bespoke entertainment so your guests can dance and sing all night long. Telling all guests from all over the region that we provide entertainment is essential to attract more people to your event.