Historical Society of Watertown

The Historical Society of Watertown was founded in 1888 by three prominent citizens: Dr. Alfred Hosmer, Rev. Edward A. Rand, and Solon F. Whitney, the town's first librarian. The mission of the HSW is to restore & preserve the Edmund Fowle House and to maintain it as a living archive for future generations. The goals of the Society are education, preservation, and restoration, with the house as headquarters for its functions and activities.

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Thursday, October 29, 2009

Halloween Party

Meet us on Halloween
If on a Broomstick you can’t fly
Some other way of traveling try.
But come you must .......


To the Edmund Fowle House
28 Marshall Street, Watertown, MA 02472

October 31, 2009 7:00 PM—10:00 PM

Admission: $5 per person
BYOB and an appetizer or snack to share

Tour to the Old Cemetery To meet Edmund Fowle

Costumes optional but if you wear one
Win a prize for the best costume
Bring a carved or decorated pumpkin to win a prize for the best pumpkin
(No flame candles, flameless candles are OK)
Games, fortune telling, share a ghost story, fun for all!
For more information call 617-926-2577

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