Watertown Business Coalition Hosting After Hours Networking Event

Watertown’s Commander’s Mansion. Head to the historic Commander’s Mansion and network with people from Watertown businesses and other local groups at the After Hours event. The Watertown Business Coalition’s recent Coffee Connect drew nearly 50 people, and the group invites people to its next event on Thursday, March 5 from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Watertown Commander’s Mansion, 440 Talcott Avenue, Watertown (the Arsenal on the Charles). Network with others from the Watertown business community, enjoy appetizers and a cash bar, and hear about development and the Arsenal Corridor. The event is free.

See Photos from the Commander’s Mansion Christmas Celebration

Santa Claus was busy Thursday night at the Commander’s Mansion Christmas Celebration. The Commander’s Mansion decked the halls for the annual Christmas Celebration on Thursday night. Lights decorated the Commander’s Mansion inside and out. The line to visit Santa Claus stretched out the door, through the upstairs hallway and into two more rooms. Visitors could also spend time with Mrs. Claus. Dancers from Ballroom in Boston performed for the attendees of the Commander’s Mansion.

Watertown Commander’s Mansion Hosting Christmas Celebration

Watertown’s Commander’s Mansion will host a Christmas Celebration on Thursday, Dec. 5, 2019 from 5 to 7:30 p.m.

The mansion, located at 440 Talcott Ave. (next to the Arsenal on the Charles) will welcome Santa Claus at 5:30 p.m., and there will be music and entertainment, plus photos with Santa from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.

Mrs. Claus will be reading stories, and attendees can grab some hot cocoa and cookies at Rudolph’s Cafe. The event is sponsored by Ballroom in Boston, Kataram Studios, the Watertown Police Department and Watertown Savings Bank.

Head to the Commander’s Mansion for the ‘Lil Monster Mash

The Commander’s Mansion in Watertown. Watertown’s Commander’s Mansion will host a Halloween celebration with games, food and other spooky fun. The ‘Lil Monster Mash will be held on Saturday, Oct. 26 from 5:30-8 p.m. at the Commander’s Mansion, 440 Talcott Ave., Watertown. The free event is for Watertown families of children from PreK to fifth grade.

New Networking Series at Commander’s Mansion Starts This Month

The Commander’s Mansion in Watertown. The Following information was provided by the Commander’s Mansion:

The Commander’s Mansion is excited to announce a series of networking events geared towards local Watertown businesses. We will be kicking off the Summer series on Thursday, June 27th with guest speaker Steve Magoon, Director: Community Development and Planning/Assistant Town Manager. Meet us in the Grape Arbor, 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. – rain plan is in the tent. Join us for lite bites provided by Catering with Distinction and beverages provided by Donahue’s Bar & Grill.

Commander’s Mansion Hosting Corporate Open House

The Commander’s Mansion in Watertown. The Watertown Commander’s Mansion and La Bonne Maison will host a corporate open house this week. Organizers sent out the following information:

Think outside the conference room for your next corporate meeting or retreat. We invite you to explore the mansion, see the A/V possibilities and enjoy an express luncheon with both vegan and gluten free options

The event will be May 1, 2019 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Presented by La Bonne Maison, the Commander’s Mansion, and Boston Pro Sound. Those interested should email gnolan@watertown-ma.gov for more information.

Learn About What Goes on at the Commander’s Mansion on This Watertown Cable Show

The latest episode of Inside Watertown featured Tammy McKenna, second from right, and Gina Nolan, from the Commander’s Mansion. Co-hosts John Airasian, left, and Charlie Breitrose spoke with them about all the events at the town-owned historic home. Find out about all the things that go on at Watertown’s own historic mansion on the latest episode of Inside Watertown. The Watertown Cable show highlights the town-owned Commander’s Mansion, located in the historic Watertown Arsenal. Co-hosts Charlie Breitrose and John Airasian welcomed Tammy McKenna and Gina Nolan, who run events at the home.