Category: events

This Year’s Apple Run Runs All Week!

Belmont Apple Run Skeleton

The Apple Run is virtual in this, its eighth year. That creates some new opportunities including: a 10 day window to run the race and a slew of fun new prizes including “most times running the course” and “best costume.”

Take Part in the Belmont Helps Challenge this Week

Need something to get your minds, bodies and hearts ready for school? The Belmont Helps Challenge features 2x World Marathon Winner Becca Pizzi.

Register Now: Apple Run Run 5K | 2K | Couch-to-5K

Belmont Apple Run 2019

Registration for our second annual Apple Run 5K, 2K and Couch to 5K is now open. This year’s virtual event will run from Sunday, October 2nd through Monday, October 12, 2020.

Support the Belmont Community Path? Attend July 16th Virtual Meeting

Belmont Community Path

An upcoming meeting this Thursday, July 16th at 7:00 PM (via Zoom) will review design proposals for the path. Also a new survey seeks resident feedback on the proposed plans. If you support the plan, attend the meeting and take the resident survey.

Bring out your (broken) Stuff! Belmont Fix-it Clinic Saturday!

Belmont’s second Fix-it Clinic will be happening this Saturday, May 25th from 1PM to 4PM in the Assembly Room at Belmont Public Library.

Earth Day Prep: here are Two Belmont Climate Events to Check Out in April!

The Belmont Energy Committee is hosting a series of forums where residents can learn the most important steps YOU and the Town can take to prevent global warming and climate change. Please join us!

PTO/PTA: Race to Nowhere Screening tomorrow evening

Just a note that the Belmont PTA/PTO will be screening Race To Nowhere: The Dark Side of America’s Achievement Culture tomorrow evening (Thursday) at the Belmont Studio Cinema, with half the price of admission donated to Belmont’s Public Schools.PTO/PTA’s!  The…

Belmont: Making Tough Choices

Like all of us who live or work in Belmont, I’m sure you’ve noticed that our Town is facing difficult times: a budget shortfall, a fragmentation of our civil discourse and a waning of trust in local government. This isn’t the first time this has happened, of course, but in many ways the challenges are new. So, just as New England towns have done for centuries, Belmont is convening a meeting in October to begin to sort out, together, how we can best address those challenges. And we invite you to attend.

Brendan Grant Run this weekend!

Just a reminder to all the (many) runners (and sprinters) in town that the annual Brendan Grant Foundation “Brendan’s Home Run” 5K walk/run is happening this Sunday, father’s day. The race kicks off at the High School Field and festivities start at 9:30 am with the 5k Charity Walk. The race starts at 10:00 AM and there are 400m and 800m races for kids age 6-8 and 9-12 starting at 10:05 AM. Sign up now, or the day of the race. See you there!

Spelling Bee volunteers wanted

The annual school spelling bee is approaching and volunteers are needed (adults and student volunteers, both). Please help make this year’s spelling bee a success.