• Robin K

The winter blues are long gone. Time to play in Watertown!

9th Annual Downtown Art Walk- May 28, 4-7pm

May 4, 12pm-3pm: Octagon House Museum and America’s First Kindergarten open for the season. Open Saturdays and Sundays in May, 12pm-3pm. Visit www.octagonhousemuseum.org for full summer/fall schedule and events. 919 Charles St.

May 4, 1pm-3pm: Craft Fair at Heritage Homes. A large variety of crafts made by team members and family of Heritage Homes. Proceeds benefit Team Satisfaction Committee. Assisted Living Hospitality Room, 700 Welsh Rd.

May 7, 14, 21, 28, 7am-12pm: Watertown Farmers Market. Shop for fresh local produce, fresh meats and cheeses, potted plants, popcorn, pastries, hand crafted items, and so much more! Riverside Park-850 Labaree St.

May 10, 6pm: The Watertown Humane Society presents Wine and Whiskers. A great cause and a great opportunity to enjoy wine, craft beer, appetizers, pizza and chance to win some great wine. The event takes place at The Hay Loft - a beautiful, rustic venue in Watertown! Wine and Whiskers features thirteen different bottles of wine & six craft beers to try paired with an array of yummy appetizers to sample. Tickets are $30 in advance and $35 at the door. ($15 for appetizer only tickets, no wine included). Click event for details and to purchase tickets. The Hay Loft, W2750 East Gate Dr.

May 17, 9am-5:30pm AND May 18, 9am-12:30pm: Spring Book Sale. Support the Friends of the Watertown Public and pick up a few new reads at the first ever Spring Book sale! 100 S. Water St.

May 19, 7am-7pm: Kiwanis Challenge 2019. ONE day Pro and AM "C" Tier Tournament to the help Kiwanis of Watertown with community projects and scholarships. 50/50 Cash Raffle! ALL DIVISIONS - Open, Advanced, Masters, Amatuer & Junior Divisions Additional information can be found at https://www.facebook.com/events/2017054161932559/.

May 18, Watertown City Wide Rummage Sale. Hosted by the Watertown Daily Times.

May 19, 1pm-3pm: Watertown History Center Dedication. Ribbon cutting and dedication at 1:15pm, followed by cake and refreshments until 3pm. Octagon House Museum, 919 Charles St.

May 25: 4th Council of the Midwest Masters. This is the FOURTH gathering of the Midwest Masters Age Protected Disc Golf Tournament. Kathy's Buffalo Bar will play host once again this year. 2 rounds of 27 holes, one round each day. Additional information can be found at https://www.facebook.com/events/332121867516524/.

May 26, Emery’s Countryside Duathlon. Run/Bike/Run in Watertown’s picturesque duathlon! Ride starts and finishes at Riverside Park. For more information and to register, visit www.racelighthouse.com/countrysideduathlon

May 28, 4pm-7pm: 9th Annual Downtown Watertown Art Walk. Stroll historic downtown Watertown as you enjoy art displays from local artists, student artists, and alumni artists.

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