|Founders Monument - #6 on the "Tour"
The tour date has come & gone... but
it is self-guided and programs are available at the Watertown Free Public Library, Town
Hall, the Watertown Bicycle & Pedestrian Committee, the Watertown/Belmont
Chamber of Commerce and the Historical Society of Watertown, while supplies last or
you can call/e-mail me @ 617-458-1439/president@HistoricWatertown.org
and I'll print you a special copy!
Bike Tour of Historic Watertown
On Saturday, June 23, at 10 AM, join with area cyclists and history enthusiasts for a Bike
Tour of Historic Watertown, sponsored jointly by the Historical Society of Watertown and the Watertown Bicycle and Pedestrian
Committee. The theme of this ride is the Charles River and its role in Watertown's history. Come out for a pleasant bike ride
and learn some local history at the same time.
The ride starts in front of the historic Edmund Fowle House, 28 Marshall
Street. It is approximately six miles in length, with ten stops along the route where a member of the Historical Society will
provide commentary. The expected duration is approximately two hours.
All riders must wear helmets. Children under
12 years old must be in a child seat or trailer bike. The Watertown Police Department will be assisting with traffic. A limited
number of water bottles will be provided as available.
The rain date is Sunday, June 24, 10 AM. If the weather is inclement
on Saturday, visit http://watertownbikeped.org for the latest information. Send inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
ride is made possible by a grant from the Watertown Community Foundation.
|Pam, Maria & Fred - Along the Charles River
|In Watertown Square
|between stops #7 and #8