Category: events

One Book, One Belmont Fall Schedule

One Book One Belmont has a great schedule of events planned through October. In honor of Belmont’s 150th birthday and agricultural heritage, the OBOB selection is Animal, Vegetable, Miracle: A Year of Food Life, by Barbara Kingsolver with husband Steven L. Hopp and daughter Camille Kingsolver.

BloggingBelmont meets Belmont

BloggingBelmont hits the annual Meet Belmont event…a first.

Call for proposals from Belmont Cultural Council

There’s a rare bit of economic good news from the Belmont Cultural Council, which is expecting to have more money to distribute to worthy Belmontonians this year than last, according to Treasurer Juliet Jenkins.

Belmont’s Clean Air Campaign: important meeting Wednesday

A meeting tomorrow evening at Belmont Public Library will update the community on plans from Sustainable Belmont to reduce air pollution in town. Come get involved!

Vigil in support of diversity, tolerance in Watertown this Saturday

Vandals burned a Rainbow flag flying in front of the Unitarian Church in Watertown. Was it a hate crime? The Church is sponsoring a vigil this Saturday evening (July 25) in support of tolerance and diversity.

Meeting tomorrow (Thur) to review Wellington site plans

There will be a public meeting tomorrow evening to discuss the progress of the New Wellington Elementary project.

Teeny tiny little cars…but are they green?

I got the chance to head over to the Larz Anderson Car Museum in Brookline for their annual Micro Mini Car Day — a gathering of some of the tiniest vehicles you’ve ever seen. Detroit was nowhere to be seen.

Reminder: Brendan’s Home Run 5K this weekend

Just a reminder that the 8th running of “Brendan’s Home Run,” sponsored by the Brendan Grant Foundation is this Sunday, June 21st (Father’s Day). Race time is 10:00am, though a charity walk kicks off at 9:30am.

Next week: Meeting on Belmont 2.0

Ready for Belmont 2.0? Mapping Belmont’s Renewal is a forum on Wed, April 16th. Sponsored by the Planning Committee and Office of Community Development, it will solicit residents’ input on important development considerations such as the need for economic development, building sustainable neighborhoods, quality of life issues, as well as parking, transportation, land use and open space/recreation.

Time to roll up your sleeves: Flu Clinic today!

Just a note to the B2 community that there’s a Flu Clinic today from 3:00pm to 5:00pm at the BHS Cafeteria, according to a notice posted on the town Web Site.  You’ve got to be 18 years old to go.…