February 10, 2018 – Comedy Night in Watertown!

Watertown Challenge Association presents Comedy Night!  Enjoy headliners Frank Roche and Lee Lycan at the Watertown Elks Lodge. Must be 18+ to enter.


Watertown – 117 North 1st Street



February 10, 2018 – Dip for Dozer Plunge into Lake Ripley

Dozens of Dippers jump in the lake to raise funds and have fun in this annual Cambridge tradition! The Dip for Dozer is the primary fund raising event for the Dozer 52 Football Scholarship Fund, established in memory of Dustin “Dozer” Zuelsdorf. Since its establishment in 2004, the Dozer 52 Football Scholarship Fund has provided over $110,000 in scholarships to 54 Cambridge students!

Dip registration and events begin at 11 :30 am. Register at the lake or at Lake Ripley Lanes. Dipping starts promptly at 1 pm.

Events on the ice include:

  • Ice Sculpting
  • Turkey Bowling
  • Costume Contests
  • Hot Food and more!

Fun continues at Rockdale Bar & Grill: Meat and basket raffles begin at 3pm.

Cambridge Gridiron Club will benefit from basket raffle proceeds. Awards for the most Dip pledges raised and the Dip Costume Contest at 6pm. Live music by The Visitors at 7pm.

Proceeds from the Dip for Dozer pledges benefit the Dozer 52 Football Scholarship Fund, a nonprofit fund of the Cambridge Athletic Booster Club.


Cambridge – Lake Ripley Park – N4310 Park Road




February 12, 2018 – A World Gone Mad: World War II

Historian Jim Gibbons will be at the Watertown Public Library to take the audience through one of the most catastrophic wars in our nation’s history, World War II. This program is part of the Libraries Transform initiative at area libraries; attend three or more Libraries Transform programs to win a prize.


Watertown – 100 S. Water Street

Bridges Library System


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