The town of Watertown hosted their annual Fall Festival on Saturday, September 17 at Veterans Park. Vendor booths at the festival included fried dough, childrens’ books, the Water-Oak Women’s Club and UNICO.
WATERTOWN — On September 26, Eric DeRario was sworn in as Watertown’s newest police officer during a ceremony at Police Headquarters. Ofc. DeRario is a four-year veteran police officer, starting his career with the Hartford Police Department in November 2018 and graduating from the Hartford Police Academy in June 2019.
WATERTOWN — Regency Real Estate By David Aurigemma, 424 Main St., is providing a single location where members of the community can find all the various real estate services they may need. Mr. Aurigemma told Town Times that the newly restored building not only provides all of these services under one roof but also met the goal of saving the historic building that was, until recently, the town hall annex.
WATERTOWN - About the only two things Woodland Regional High School didn’t do right in their 47-0 rout of Watertown High School in front of a shell-shocked crowd at the Mills Complex on September 23 was not convert points after their first two touchdowns. Afterwards, they even got that routine down pat, as senior kicker Tim O’Connor made the most of the reps he had, converting his remaining five attempts in the first and second quarters.
The Watertown Art League will host fantasy character artist Jesse Smolover at 7 p.m. Monday October 10 at the First Congregational Church Fellowship Hall, 40 DeForest St. His demonstration will be on “Character Drawings.” Mr. Smolover is a character designer who draws and creates with pencil, ink and markers for his figure and portrait drawing. He is a graduate of Rhode Island School of Design and his website is Jessedraws.com. The demonstration is free and open to the public. Masks are suggested but not required.
WATERTOWN — The seventh annual Watertown Police Department Charity Golf Tournament to benefit the Harold Leever Cancer Center will be held Friday, October 7 at Crestbrook Park Golf Course at 834 Northfield Rd. The tournament is specifically raising money for the “Stepping Forward” Survivorship Program, designed to address the needs of cancer survivors and provide them with an effective post-treatment plan for care, disease prevention and support.