Wednesday, July 4, 2012
Some information about nearby fireworks displays. If you've got any cool photos you want to share, do so here.
Somerville celebrated Independence Day last week. If you want to see fireworks today or tomorrow, here's a list of where they are: If you want to share your July Fourth photos, just click "Upload Photos and Videos." Happy Independence Day Somerville!
Friday, June 29, 2012
Couldn't make it to Thursday night's Independence Day fireworks in Somerville? See what you missed here.
Somerville celebrated the Fourth of July on June 28. Festivities at Trum Field included performances by the Somerville Sunsetters, Booty Vortex, the USO Metropolitan New York Performers and the U.S. Air Force Band of Liberty.
Thursday, June 28, 2012
Somerville kicks off the Boston area's Fourth of July fireworks schedule on June 28. Find out where to see them.
Somerville's always ahead of the curve, at least when it comes to Fourth of July fireworks. The city's Independence Day fireworks display takes place tonight at Trum Field. In addition to the 30-minute fireworks display, there will be performances by the Somerville Sunsetters and the disco-funk band Booty Vortex. The USO Metropolitan New York Performers and the U.S. Air Force Band of Liberty will also perform. These free celebrations begin at 5:40 p.m., and the fireworks begin at about 9:15 p.m. Learn more about the fireworks display and festivities here. Due to the celebration, there will be some road closures and bus diversions. The following notice was sent by the city's constituent services. Please note the following street closures …
Tuesday, June 19, 2012
Independence Day fireworks, ArtBeat, Family Fun Day and other events.
Ed. note: The following was sent by the city of Somerville: Mayor Joseph A. Curtatone invites you to celebrate Summertime in Somerville, beginning with two Independence Day celebrations at Trum Field, Thursday, June 28th and Saturday, June 30th. These events officially kick off the summer events season, which includes the annual SomerMovie Fest series, Somerville Sunsetters performances, ArtBeat, the Mayor’s Senior Picnic, and the continuation of the annual SomerStreets series. All events are free of charge and open to the general public, as follows: More information on each event, including Sunsetters performance schedules and SomerMovie Fest lineup, can be found on the City’s website, www.somervillema.gov. For the upcoming events at …
Thursday, June 30, 2011
Also, cool subway maps and a Green Line meeting
Road closures for fireworks If you live on the following streets and own a car, be aware that you could face a headache when you get home from work tonight: Here's more information about parking restrictions and closures on those roads. Fireworks Somerville is a city of firsts. The first American flag flew over Somerville—depending on what flag you're talking about and how you define Somerville—and tonight, Somerville will host the first fireworks of the July Fourth weekend. Festivities, which include musical performances, begin tonight at 6 p.m. at Trum Field, and the half-hour fireworks display begins at about 9:15. Opening reception for fictional subway maps Fictional subway maps? What? Mapuccino, which is hosting a reception at …