Waltham, MA - Community Calendar archives


April 17, 10 - 3
Earth Day event,Waltham Common. This year the local theme for Earth Day is rivers.
May 2, 5 pm
Sunday in Spring concert to benefit Kosovo Relief. First Parish Universalist Unitarian church, 50 Church Street. Guest artist Judith Alban-Wilk, soprano, with Larry Phillips, piano, Betty Bond, piano, and the First Parish Ad Hoc Trio: Josef Porteleki, violin, Catherine Clark, violin, and Eleanor Clark, piano. Donations at the door. For further information call 781-736-2145.
May 11, 7 pm
Waltham Mayoral Race: Environmental Forum. Waltham High School. Waltham's environmental groups present an evening of questions and answers with the mayoral candidates on Acquiring and Preserving Open Space, Recreational Land Use, and Environmental Protection. For more info email info@hardypond.org. Suggestions for topical questions are welcome.
May 14, 7 - 11 pm
Waltham Friends of Music benefit for Waltham Public School Music Waltham Friends of Music $10,000 Raffle to benefit Waltham Public School Music VFW Post 440 295 California Street Newton, MA May 14, 1999 7:00 PM - 11:00 PM Donation $100.00 This allows up to 2 Admissions 300 tickets MUST be sold Hot Buffet by Fulciniti's, Dancing, Cash Bar, Live Entertainment by Buddy Bergeron Any questions, please call (781) 894-1654
May 15, 3 - 10 pm
Jerry Ween benefit concert for Artisan Violins and Live at the Luthiers Coffeehouse, destroyed in the February 20 fire on Moody Street in Waltham. Jerry Weene's Benefit Extravaganza! NEWS FLASH!!! Artisan Violins and Live at the Luthiers Coffeehouse were both destroyed in the February 20 fire at 99 Moody Street in Waltham. A Benefit Concert is being planned for May 15 at 3 PM at The First Parish Church in Waltham, 50 Church Street, Waltham MA. For INFO: 781-736-2121 or 781.646.9312 or 781.647.0672 A fund has also been established. Contributions can be made to: Jerry Weene, c/o Boston Violin Coop 885 Main Street Waltham, MA 02451 Lots of great entertainment... seven hour's worth, to be precise... and for a realy good cause. It's on Saturday, May 15, 1999, from 3 - 10 PM at the First Parish Church in Waltham, 50 Church Street, Waltham MA. Suggested donation is $10. The church is located just off Route 20 in the center of Waltham. For information, call 781-736-2121. The entertainment includes... Waystation Joe Cormier and Friends Ken Perlman The Dixie Butterhounds Taproot Einstein's Little Homunculous Comhaltas Musicians Rick Lee The Boston Scottish Fiddle Club Dudley Laufman & the Canterbury Orchestra Aine Minogue Roaring Jelly Stoney Lonesome The Strathspey and Reel Society Black Tie Banjo Pine Hill Ramblers Bag Boys Wry Whiskey The Gloucester Hornpipe and Clog Society Quarter Moon Many, Many more.... where will they all sit?! There will be jamming, concerts, and contra dancing - probably all going on at the same time. With all this talent, it will be hard to decide what to do and/or listen to.
May 25, 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Meet the Candidate Night John Brewer's Tavern, 39 Main St. Cash Bar - Free Hors d'ouevres
May 27, 7:30 - 9:00 pm
Mayoral Candidates Invited to Waltham Republican City Committee Susse Chalet, 385 Winter Street In the Breakfast Room.
October 19, 7:30 pm
School Committee Candidates Night forum held by The League of Women Voters of Waltham, featuring the six School Committee candidates. First Parish Church at School and Church Streets.
October 20
Housing Forum sponsored by WATCH, with mayoral candidates David Gately & Russ Malone. 7:00 pm at the South Middle School Moody, between Alder & High Sts. for more info: 781-891-6689 Childcare & transportation available.
November 2
General election (Political page)
Saturday & Sunday,
November 6-7
Waltham Mills Artists Association Open Studios
The 23rd Open Studios represents studio complexes Artists West, Waltham Studios, Moody Station Studios and River Street Artists. On view will be landscapes, ceramic sculpture, woodwork, enamel birdbaths, fabulist paintings, photography, mosaic tiles, digital imaging, prints, graphics and carved wood paintings. Free admission, noon to 5 pm, 144 Moody Street, Waltham. Call 781-893-9544.
December 5
WATCH CDC Annual Meeting
A chance to:
-Become a WATCH Member
-Participate in Workshops on Housing, Jobs and Seniors
-Meet people concerned with building a better community in Waltham
Buffet Dinner Provided. Child Care and Transportation Provided. Please call 781-891-6689 to reserve your seat or for more information. First Parish Church, 50 Church St
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