Healthy Eating & Cooking The 2018 Series kicks off on Wednesday, February 28, from 6:30-8pm at the Watertown Public Library. The Eat Well program is open to all Watertown residents and offers hands-on experience and fun with a focus on Watertown’s diverse ethnic cuisine. Join us for one or more classes and learn how to Read more about Winter Soup Fest[…]
Watertown Walks The next series begins February 15th Thursdays, February 15th through March 8th, 12:00 – 1:00pm Mount Auburn Cemetery, 580 Mount Auburn St., Cambridge http://mountauburn.org/visit/getting-here/, Free parking, Walkers will meet at the main entrance Bundle up for some fresh February air – spring will be here in no time! Get a head start on outdoor activity Read more about Watertown Walks Winter Series[…]
Community Snowshoeing at Gore Place Our annual program with Recreation is on Saturday, February 10th, 12 – 2pm at Gore Place. Free to Watertown residents. Register information here.
Stress Less for Better Health! Did you know that 43% of all adults suffer adverse health effects from stress and 75% to 90% of all doctor’s office visits are for stress-related ailments and complaints (WebMD)? Becoming aware of your stressors and using strategies to help you cope are essential to ward off the negative effects of stress. Learn Read more about Increase Resilience with Mindfulness Class[…]
That’s a wrap! The 2017 season has officially ended. Thank you for all of your support of the Watertown Farmers’ Market! Our dedicated vendors, talented musicians, wonderful market shoppers, and awesome volunteers all contributed to making this outdoor season a success! We need YOUR feedback to help us create an even better market for 2018. Please take this Read more about Farmers’ Market Survey[…]
SUNDAY, October 2, 2016, 10:00 am – 1:00 pm Watertown Riverfront Park – Braille Trail, Charles River Rd All are welcome! LIVE WELL WATERTOWN and the Watertown Bike and Pedestrian Committee invite you to celebrate the beautifully redesigned and scenic Charles River pathways and Read more about Celebrate the Improved DCR Charles River Path[…]
Following the success of our ongoing Healthy Eating and Cooking Series, LWW is delighted to launch our fall monthly series in partnership with the Watertown Free Public Library with generous support from Stop & Shop Market, Pleasant Street. This series focuses on Watertown’s multicultural cuisine and features some of our most talented community chefs. Celebrate the flavors of Asia, Read more about Multicultural Healthy Eating & Cooking Classes[…]