Registration Open for February, April Vacation Programs for Kids, Skiing Bruins Tickets Available

The Watertown Recreation Department will be running programs for kids for February and April vacations. Also, the department has tickets available for certain Boston Bruins games. Wachusett Mountain Ski-Board Program

This program is designed to provide middle and high school students with a fun and safe atmosphere to learn elements of skiing or boarding or to improve their skills. All participants must wear helmets while skiing or boarding. Space is limited on the bus provided by the recreation department.

Get Bruins & Celtics Tickets from Watertown Recreation Department

The Watertown Recreation Department has tickets available for several Boston Bruins and Boston Celtics games this season. Watertown Recreation Director Peter Centola said:

“Great Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year, Birthday, Anniversary Gifts or just a great opportunity to get together with your family, friends, coworkers or teammates to support your favorite team. Come early and often – they won’t last!” See below for dates, prices and opponents. Boston Bruins Tickets

Saturday, Dec. 21, 7 p.m. vs.

Boston Bruins Players Drop by Perkins School for to Try Out a Different Sport

Boston Bruins players, from left, Zdeno Chara, Ryan Donato and Jakob Forsbacka Karlsson, shake hands with students from Perkins School for the Blind after playing goal ball in the gym at the Watertown-based school. Three members of the Boston Bruins took some time away from the ice to join students from Perkins School for the Blind for a game of goal ball on Monday afternoon. NHL players Zdeno Chara, Ryan Donato and Jakob Forsbacka Karlsson donned the black and gold jerseys with the famous spoked “B,” while students came dressed in their blue jerseys with “Perkins” across the front. The Bruins were greeted by the school’s cheerleading team, which got the crowd in the Perkins gym warmed up with a few numbers. Then it was time to strap on the goggles and play some goal ball.

Boston Bruins Mascot Makes Pre-Playoffs Visit to Watertown Tire Store

The Boston Bruins will start their quest for the Stanley Cup tonight against Toronto, but this week the Bruins’ mascot Blades paid a visit to a Watertown tire store. To celebrate the Boston Bruins’ road to the Stanley Cup, Sullivan Tire & Auto Service invited the official Bruins mascot, Blades, to their Watertown location for a meet and greet celebration on Tuesday, April 10, according to Sullivan Tires. Blades chatted with employees, waved hello to customers passing through and even went into the service garage to learn some tips from Sullivan Tire technicians. About Sullivan Tire and Auto Service
Sullivan Tire is a locally owned, family business started by Robert J. Sullivan in 1955. The foundation on which Robert J. Sullivan started Sullivan Tire was “treat everyone, customers and fellow employees, as you would a member of your family.” More than sixty years later, the tradition continues.

Boston Bruins Alumni Playing in Watertown to Help Science Club for Girls

On October 7 the Boston Bruins Alumni will be playing against Team Salesforce in a benefit game for Science Club for Girls (scienceclubforgirls.org) at the John A. Ryan Arena. 

Former Bruins scheduled to participate include Terry O’Reilly, Rick Middleton, Ken Linesman, Mike Milbury, Andy Brickley, Bob Sweeney, Tim Sweeney, Ken Hidge Jr., Reggie Lemelin, Bruce Shoebottom, Bob Beers, Jean-Yves Roy and more! All proceeds benefit SCFG’s mission to foster excitement, confidence and literacy in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) for girls from underrepresented communities by providing free, experiential programs and maximizing meaningful interactions with women mentors in STEM. Today, SCFG serves more than 1,400 young woman across 24 community-based centers each year. Game time is at 3:30 p.m. and tickets can be purchased via EventBrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/boston-bruins-alumni-vs-team-salesforce-tickets-36863775545

Man Growing Beard to Raise Money for Martin Richard Foundation

Joshua Vernon is growing a beard to be Watertown Strong and to raise money for a charity created in memory of one of the victims of the Boston Marathon Bombing. For the second year, Vernon will grow out his facial hair for the Boston Bruin’s Beard-A-Thon. This year, all the proceeds benefit the Martin W. Richard Charitable Foundation an the Boston Bruins Foundation. Last year, Vernon raised $4,000 during the Beard-A-Thon and he has set a goal of $2,000 this year. You can see Vernon’s profile and pledge by going here: https://www.beardathon.com/bruins/WatertownStrong/profile.aspx