Zine Fest Returns to Watertown Library in October, See Details

The following information was provided by the Watertown Library:

Watertown Zine Fest, hosted by WFPL, is a day-long celebration of zine culture and DIY publishing. Browse the marketplace, attend zinester talks, and check out the Library’s growing zine collection. If you’re asking, “what’s a zine?” that’s ok. Zine Fest is a great place to learn! 

Council Pays Tribute to Former Cable Executive Director

WCA-TVHelen Chatel leaves Watertown Cable Access Television after 9.5 years as executive director.

The City Council thanked former Watertown Cable Executive Director Helen Chatel for her work at the local cable access station, especially he role in helping Watertown’s government keep holding meetings during the pandemic.

Boys & Girls Club Remembers Those Who Contributed to the Club’s Successful First 50 Years

As the Watertown Boys & Girls Club (WBGC) approaches its 50th anniversary Gala celebration on Oct. 28, 2022, the list of those who have contributed to its success is long. As part of the celebration, the last two executive directors Renee Gaudette and Allen Gallagher, who shepherded the Club for more than 30 years consecutively, recollected some of those who helped make the Club such a welcome resource for the children and teens of Watertown.

LETTER: Watertown Elected Officials, Residents Canvas in Support of Fair Share Amendment

Watertown elected officials — including State Sen. Will Brownsberger (far right) and State Rep. Steve Owens (second from right — and residents gathered Saturday before canvasing in support of the Fair Share Amendment.

Elected Officials and Local Activists gathered under raindrops on Saturday Morning for a city-wide canvass for the Question 1 Fair Share Amendment.