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|Saturday, March 26, from 10am to 2pm
||Indoor Winter Market
Waltham Farmers Market and Waltham Fields Community Farm present our first Indoor Winter Market at the Waltham Community Center at 510 Moody Street on Saturday, March 26, from 10am to 2pm. Vendors include Back Pages Books, Burnshirt Valley Farm, Christina's Ice Cream & Q's sweet roasted Nuts, Donna Dee's Watch City Soaps, Marsha Greenstein Designs, On The Edge Knife Sharpening, Roma's Bakery, Smith's Country Cheese, Stow Greenhouses, Victory Bags, and Waltham Fields Community Farm.
Shoppers should park in or near the lot on Alder Street, and use the Beech Street entrance.
|Saturday, April 2, from 7 AM to 11:30 PM||
Eastern Show Choir Festival||
Come see New England's top Show Chiors sing and dance to compete for the title of Grand Champion. Just like "Regionals" on the hit TV show GLEE!
Waltham High School
617 Lexington Street, Waltham, MA
Food will be available from noon to 7PM
Tickets at the door
|Saturday, April 30 from 10am to 5pm (rain or shine)
||Plow horses, ponies, sheep shearing, herding dogs, wagon rides, crafts and games are just a few of the activities to be enjoyed during the 24th annual Sheepshearing Festival at Gore Place. Saturday, April 30 marks the 24th year for the popular Sheepshearing Festival at Gore Place. An annual tradition for many, last year's event enjoyed an attendance of 9,000. Plans for this year's event include: demonstrations of plowing with Percheron draft horses, pony riding demonstrations by Valley Knoll Farm, traditional sheep shearing by Kevin Ford as well as modern electric clipper shearing with Andy Rice, the popular sheep (and duck!) herding demonstrations by Dave Kennard and his wonderful border collies, spinning, and weaving by Beth Guertin. There will be a large crafts fair (80 plus crafters are expected), live music with The Moody Street Strings and Pine Hill Ramblers, traditional English dancing with The Commonwealth Morris Men, an historic military encampment by Colonel Bailey's 2nd Massachusetts Regiment, historic crafters such as basket weaver Fred Lawson, weaver Zoe Lawson, blacksmith Dean Rantz, historic clothes by Monica Rogers, gardening activities with the Waltham Garden Club and more. The Festival runs from 10am to 5pm (rain or shine). Admission is $15 for adults. Children 12 and under and Gore Place members admitted free. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
New this year will be a detachment of The 1812 Marine Guard, the Percheron draft horses, and the pony riding demonstration. For small additional charges, visitors may take a ground-floor tour of the mansion or a wagon ride. There will be food vendors on site. Parking is free. No dogs or other pets allowed.
Gore Place is located at 52 Gore Street, just off Route 20 (Main Street) near the Waltham/Watertown line. For more information, call: (781) 894-2798 or visit the museum's website at: www.goreplace.org.
|Saturday, April 30, 2011 at 10:00 am
Prospect Hill Park Advocacy Group presents a nature walk. Location: Meet at the Guard Rail outside the Park and Recreation Building, 314 Totten Pond Road, Waltham, MA.
Bring your plant identification books, and we will try to see how many different trees, shrubs, and spring perennials we can identify!
from 9:30 am to 2:30 pm
||Spring Farmers Market
The Waltham Farmers Market and Waltham Fields Community Farm will be holding the Spring Market at the Sovereign Bank parking lot in downtown Waltham, on May 7,
from 9:30 am to 2:30 pm.
The Sovereign Bank parking lot is located at the
intersection of Main and Moody streets,
across from Waltham Common. Locally produced foods and crafts are featured at
the market. The lot can be reached by car from Main Street or
Fitzgerald Elementary School
140 Beal Road
|May 6, 7, 8
||International Steampunk City
Citizens and visitors to the beautiful and historic city of Waltham, Massachusetts may attend a festival like no other. International Steampunk City, presented by the Charles River Museum of Industry & Innovation is a sort of Ringling Brothers meets the Industrial Revolution event that encompasses the entire downtown. A small museum that could, the Charles River Museum of Industry & Innovation is working with the City of Waltham, the Waltham West Suburban Chamber of Commerce, the Downtown Waltham Business Partnership, the Waltham Tourism Council, Steampuffin and the New England Steampunk Community that blends Victorian sensibility with the whimsical Steampunk movement.
With five stages, two city streets, three historic mansions, two industrial museums and over fifteen venues, International Steampunk City is gearing up to be one of most unusual festivals in New England, "Out hope is to create an experience where visitors believe they have entered a real steampunk city. A city Jules Verne would be proud of" said Stephanie Bassett, Event Director for International Steampunk City.
|Tuesday, Sep 20, 2011 at 6:30 PM
||Waltham Cub Scout Pack 250 Open House
Waltham Cub Scout Pack 250 is hosting an open house on September 20th at the Fitzgerald Elementary School at 6:30 p.m. to introduce Cub Scouts to boys in first through fifth grade. Scout leaders will be there to answer any questions. Please come by if you are interested in Scouting.
Fitzgerald Elementary School,
140 Beal Road
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Created: 1 February 2012. Updated: 01 February 2012
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