Upcoming events in Watertown for March

Source: Wicked Local Watertown

Pain management workshop, Mar. 14

Chronic Pain Self-Management workshop: 1 to 3:30 p.m. Mondays starting March 14, Mount Auburn Hospital, 330 Mount Auburn St., Cambridge. Participants will work on improving their quality of life, communicating more effectively with their providers, and learning techniques to handle stress and improve their energy levels. They will also receive a copy of the book, “Living a Healthy Life with Chronic Pain,” as well as an exercise CD. To register: 617-499-5625. 

Teacher vs. student basketball game, Mar. 16

Student/Faculty Basketball rematch: 6 p.m. March 16, Watertown Middle School, 68 Waverly Ave,, Watertown. Come cheer on both teams. Cost: $5 for adults; $3 for students. 

Irish Dancers at Watertown Mall, Mar. 16

The O’Shea Chaplin Irish Dancers: 4:30 and 5:30 p.m. March 16, Watertown Mall, 550 Arsenal St., Watertown. The O’Shea Chaplin academy of Irish dance has been teaching boys and girls age 4 and up modern and traditional Irish dancing for over 60 years. Come watch them dance, learn about the music and check out their outfits. Free. For information: 617-926-4968, ext. 21. 

Family Skate Night, Mar. 18

Event runs from 6 to 8 p.m. March 18, Ryan Rink, 1 Paramount Place, Watertown. Everyone is invited! Admission is $3 with a $10 cap for families. Skates can be rented for $2. 

Ham-O-Rama, Mar. 19

Event starts at 5:30 p.m. March 19, Ancient Order of Hibernian Hall, 151 Watertown St., Watertown. Guests will have the opportunity to go home with the makings for an entire Easter dinner. Rounds start at 6 p.m. Free. 

 

“Click Clack Moo” Musical Story, Mar. 19Powers Music School faculty present the next event in the Musical Storytelling Series on Saturday, March 19, 10:00 and 11:00 a.m., at the Belmont Public Library, 336 Concord Avenue. “Click Clack Moo” will feature Vanessa Schukis (narration), Yas Ishibashi (piano), and Todd Brunel (clarinet). This series is supported in part by Cambridge Savings Bank and by grants from the Watertown, Belmont, and Arlington Cultural Councils, local agencies supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency. Revels at Grace Vision Church, Mar. 19

 

Revels Spring Sing: 1 and 4 p.m. March 19, Grace Vision Church, 80 Mt. Auburn St., Watertown. The Revels welcome the green season with communal singing and lots of seasonal entertainments including a Farmers Market Mummers Play and musical performances by David Coffin, the Revels Alumni Youth Chorus, and a folk band. Tickets: $20 adults; $7 children younger than 11. For tickets or information: 617-972-8300, ext. 31; revels.org

One, Two, Three, Jump!, Mar. 19

Event runs from 9 to 10:30 a.m. March 19, Launch trampoline Park, 625 Pleasant St., Watertown. This is an Asperger Autism Network free family event. Shake off the winter with some jumping fun. Recommended for ages 5 and older (waiver required). Sponsored by Belmont Savings Bank. Free. For information: 617 393 3824; karen.doran@aane.org; bit.ly/1KrglCV

Annual Early Childhood Information Fair, Mar. 19

Finding the right childcare/preschool/recreational activity fit for your child can be a very lengthy and stressful time for a parent. That is why the Watertown Coordinated Family and Community Engagement Council of which the Watertown Family Network is a member will host its annual Early Childhood Information Fair on Saturday, March 19th from 9:30 to 11:30 AM at the Watertown Middle School, 68 Waverly Ave. 

Faculty, staff and volunteers from local preschools, childcare centers, family daycares, as well as Early Intervention, WIC, private and public schools, local Churches, Watertown Free Public Library and many other organizations that service young children and their families will staff booths aimed at informing parents of their services and options. The fair creates the perfect low-key atmosphere where parents can stroll around gathering information about the many but sometimes hidden educational and recreational opportunities for preschool children and younger within Watertown and the surrounding communities. 

During the fair each booth will offer a simple craft activity for the children so that parents are free to ask questions and gather information. Following the fair there will be a FREE family concert with Matt Heaton at 11:30 am. Refreshments will also be offered to fair goers. The best thing that we can do for parents, who are for the first time making a decision on their children’s education, is to make them aware of the questions that they should ask when they visit various preschools as well as general information on these facilities. The fair on the 19th gives parents a head start in their search for the right early education and care for their children. For more information feel free to call 617-926-1661 or e-mail watertownfamilynetwork@gmail.com

Fowle House tour, Mar. 20

1772 Edmund Fowle House tours: 1 to 4 p.m. March 20, 1772 Edmund Fowle House, 28 Marshall St., Watertown. In addition to the tours, there are two exhibits free of charge that can be viewed: “Watertown and the Civil War” and “A Mi’Kmaw Woman’s Award Winning Legacy.” Cost: $5; $3 for students and seniors. For information: HistoricalSocietyofWatertownMA.org