The Woburn Courtyard Marriott Hotel is centrally located north of Boston's historic sights, and minutes to Logan Airport near Route 128, I-95 & I-93. Amenities include luxury bedding, free internet access, cable TV with HBO, microwave & mini fridge in some rooms.
Winchester Massachusetts is a thriving residential community that is noted for its fine public school system along with its beautiful homes and easy access to Boston.
The late 1800's saw the development of Winchester as an affluent suburban community. Wealthy businessmen moved out of Boston to "the country"¯ and built large and opulent homes. The town's character is still reflected in these beautiful houses built just before and after the turn of the century.
The village atmosphere remains and is fueled by the unusual civic spirit of Winchester's residents. The citizens of the town take an intensive interest in the management of its affairs and in its continued improvement and beautification.
Two Pairings: Wine and Beer Open Wed Sept 2, 2015, 5-7pm The Odd Couple The two wines on sale today, and open this evening, are an Odd combination in the sense that one is Old World, made from little known grapes (at least around here), and the other is New World, made from one of the classic and we[...]
Join us on September 13th at 9am for the 4th GLEN WOD to raise money for the Glen Doherty Memorial Foundation. About the Glen Doherty Memorial Foundation: MISSION: The Glen Doherty Memorial Foundation has been established to bring education and recreation to those in need. By paying forward Glen's love for learning and his passion for igniting the spirit through adventure we aim to bring joy and personal advancement into the lives of many. We do this knowing that Glen's spirit will continue to touch us all. FOCUS: Our focus is on providing current and former special operations professionals, from all branches of the government, the means necessary to transition and succeed in civilian life. We are also enabling the children and families of these soldiers the ability to mature and grow through recreation. We employ the following tools to achieve our goals: Scholarships for current or former Special Operation Professionals used for traditional education Scholarships for current or former Special Operations Professionals used for vocational and non-traditional training Subsidies and grants for the children of Special Operations Professionals to attend camps that build leadership Gifts for the families of Special Operations Professionals and Foreign Service Officers, where a loss or life-changing debilitating injury has been suffered, to be used for recreation as a way of supporting the family unit through positive outdoor activities CHARITY: We are a 501(c)(3) charity organization dedicated to honoring and preserving the memory of Glen Doherty and all those who have paid the ultimate sacrifice in defending our nation in the Global War on Terror.
When: Sep 13, 2015 9 AM in Winchester, Massachusetts (Sun, 13 Sep 2015 09 )
How can we live in a better way? While the answer is different for every individual, there are common threads amongst “happy people.” Academy Award®-winning filmmaker Pamela Tanner Boll explores these questions in the new documentary film, A Small Good Thing, screening September 11th at 6:30 and 8:30 p.m. at the Nextdoor Theater in Winchester, MA.
The feature-length film tells the stories of people moving away from the philosophy that “more is better.” It centers on a more holistic concept of well-being - one based on a close connection to themselves, the natural world, and to the greater good.
In a half-changed world, women often feel the need to choose between mothering or working, their children’s well-being or their own. Academy Award-winning filmmaker Pamela Tanner Boll features five women who refuse to choose in the documentary film, Who Does She Think She Is?, screening September 12th at 2:00 p.m. at the Nextdoor Theater in Winchester, MA.
Through their lives, the film explores some of the most problematic intersections of our time: mothering and creativity, partnering and independence, economics and art. The film invites the audience to consider both ancient legacies of women worshipped as cultural muses and more modern times, where most people can’t even name a handful of female artists.
Arlington Boys & Girls Club 38th Annual Golf Classic
Start Date: October 19, 2015 End Date: October 19, 2015 Entry Deadline: 10/1/2015 Entry Policy: Participants must register
Event Type: Charity Golf Tournament Entry Fee: $250 Spectators: no
Charities Benefiting: Arlington Boys & Girls Club
Host Facitily: Winchester Country Club Location: Winchester, MA, Massachusetts Contact: Derek Curran Telephone: 781-648-1617 Website:www.abgclub.org Email: email@example.com
Summary: The $250 fee includes eighteen holes of golf at Winchester Country Club - with cart, lunch, buffet supper and a golf memento. Lunch will begin promptly at 11 am with a shotgun tee time at noon. The Team Best Ball format allows for a player to play his or her own ball throughout the tournament and yet be part of a team. Prizes will be awarded for Team Best Ball, 1st, 2nd, 3rd Place Gross and Net, along with Individual Low Gross and Low Net. Longest Drive and Closest to the Pin contests will also be held.
When: Oct 19, 2015 12 AM to Oct 19, 2015 12 AMin Winchester, Massachusetts Cost: $250 (Mon, 19 Oct 2015 00 )
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