Upcoming talk on the history of Chestnut Hill

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Public meetings on MBTA fare proposals

In January and February, MassDOT will be hosting meetings will be held to seek public comment regarding proposed MBTA fare increases and proposed changes to Commuter Rail Schedules. One Fare Increase Proposal meeting will take place in Newton, in the Bigelow Middle School Auditorium on Feb. 4th from 6 to 8 pm.

Upcoming event at the Waterworks Museum on October 28,

Dr. Steven C. Caton, Khalid Bin Abdullah Bin Abdulrahman Al Saud Professor of Contemporary Arab Studies in the Department of Anthropology at Harvard University, will speak at the waterworks museum on Wednesday, October 28 at 7:00 pm.

Dr. Caton is a world expert on issues of water sustainability in the Arabian Peninsula. Beginning his career in anthropological linguistics, Dr. Caton has developed a deep understanding of regional cultures based on extensive fieldwork in the area. More recently, his interests have shifted to issues of the rise of modern urban centers and their impacts on human populations and the environment. His talk will explore the history of water sustainability, access, and economic change in modern Yemen. Meet at the Waterworks Museum Overlook Gallery at 7pm. The lecture is open to the public with no admission fee, but donations are welcome.

 

 

Parking restrictions on Saturday, October 24th

On October 24th, parking will be restricted in and around Chestnut Hill, due to the Wells Remy Crowther “Red Bandana” road 5K race.

View detailed list of traffic and parking restrictions here and here

Upcoming talk at the Waterworks museum on July 8, 7:00pm

June 10th speaker at the Waterwork Museum

Coming up at the Waterworks Museum on June 10th:

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