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On the Watertown Seal is a picture of an English Colonist and an Indian exchanging, as peace tokens,  bread for fish.  Captain Roger Clap landed at Nantasket Point in 1630 and rode up Charles River to Gerry's Landing with the first party of Watertown Colonists.
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Driving Instructions
Watertown is located just north of the Mass Pike (I-90) in east central Massachusetts, approximately seven miles east of Boston.

From Boston
Take I-90 west, approximately six miles to Newton (Exit 17). Proceed straight off the ramp on to Washington Street and go west approximately .75 miles to Adams Street. Turn right on Adams Street and head northwest about half a mile to Watertown Street (Route 16). Turn right on Watertown Street and proceed northeast for about 50 yards to Bridge Street. Turn left on Bridge Street and go north almost half a mile to Pleasant Street. Turn left on Pleasant Street and proceed west for approximately a quarter mile to the flashing yellow light. Turn left at Sons of Italy, and you will see the rink parking lot at the end of the street.

From Route 128 / I-95
Take Route 128 / I-95 to Route 20 East (Exit 26). Proceed east on Route 20 for around 1.75 miles to Elm Street (just past Moody Street) in Waltham. Turn right on Elm Street and proceed a short distance (around .1 miles) to River Street, just past the railroad tracks. Turn left on River Street and head southeast for 1.25 miles to Pleasant Street. Go past the Super Stop and Shop on the right, Watertown Ford on the left, and proceed through the next set of lights. Turn right at the flashing yellow light and right again at Sons of Italy. You will see the rink parking lot at the end of the street.




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