Hear from the coordinator of the Hatch Makerspace and learn about what the Watertown Library has to offer for businesses on the latest episode of Inside Watertown.
The Watertown Cable show highlights what local organizations, non-profits and town departments are doing, and is hosted by Chamber of Commerce Community Liaison Paul Airasian and Watertown News Editor Charlie Breitrose
The guests for Episode 4 were Brita Zitin, the Watertown Library’s Digital Services Librarian, who talked about all the online resources available for businesses, business people, those looking to change careers and more.
We also spoke with Liz Helfer, the coordinator of the Hatch Makerspace where people can learn skills and be creative. Hatch has a variety of machines to use such as sewing machines, 3-D printers and vinyl cutters.
Episode 3 features Watertown Veterans Services Officer Mark Comeiro and Bree Harvey from the Mount Auburn Cemetery.
Episode 2 included Lilia Weisfeldt, the president of the Rotary Club of Watertown, and Therese Hammerle from Watertown Community Gardens.
The first episode included four guests: Amy Donohue from the Watertown Education Foundation, Cathy Berkley from the Watertown Community Foundation, Lisa Keuchkarian-McKeen from Belmont-Watertown Local First; and Christopher McKenzie, a board member of Watertown Cable Access Corp.
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