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Ahh, the life of a Townie...
Town Day takes place every year in September . Town Day takes place on Massachusetts Ave. from Pleasant Street to Mill Street. There are food vendors, informatin booths, crafts, bake sales, education booths, local stores, banks, etc.
Really fun as a kid until you realize how lame it is. You stop going for some years before curiosity gets the better of you and you go check it out. Becomes interesting again when you are old enough to be interested in carrying around pamphlets and free magnets.
At Town Day 2005, I was amused at the dunking booth sponsered by Stratton School PTO. The arrest your friend thing has been going on forever... nice to see the Arlington cops get theirs! A donuts revenge, get it? Dunking booth... Dunkin' Donuts...., cops eat donuts...
Oh, never mind. Quit spraying shaving cream in your eyes and be serious.
Town Day is fun and educational for all! (yeah)
Bring the whole family! (right on)
Hours of fun!! (okay, that's pushing it just a little.)
Written Oct 9, 2005
Mount Auburn Cemetery is gorgeous. I feel totally at peace walking around here!
Established in 1831 by Dr. Jacob Bigelow, whose intent was to create the first garden cemetery in the United States, this became the archetype for suburban garden cemeteries throughout the U. S. Interred in the cemetery are such renowned figures as Charles Bulfinch, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr., Winslow Homer, Dorthea Dix, Margaret Fuller, Isabella Stewart Gardner, and Mary Baker Eddy. A Guide to the Cemetery is available.
580 Mt. Auburn Street Cambridge/Watertown
Written Jul 27, 2005
An 11 mile path from Alewife MBTA station in Cambridge to Depot Park/South Street, Bedford.
Good for bicycling, walking, jogging, in-line skating. Although there's a constant battle between bicyclists and walkers, a lame suburban turf war. I've been altered from the path by aggressive bikers several times.
This picture was taken in Arlington Center, next to the Uncle Sam memorial.
The bikeway is managed and maintained by the four communities it passes through: Bedford, Lexington, Arlington, and Cambridge.
Updated Aug 10, 2005
Address: Arlington, Lexington, Bedford, Cambridge