The Belmont Cultural Council announced the award of 15 grants totaling $5450 for cultural programs in Belmont
Belmont is approaching a decision to rebuild its single most important public asset: Its high school. Now is the time for community members to begin paying close attention to this project which is critical to the town’s future.
The Information Technology Advisory Committee of the Town of Belmont invites you to a “fireside chat” about cyber security with security expert Scott Donnelly on Monday, October 30th, at 7pm in the Belmont Public Library on Concord Avenue. The event is free and open to the public.
Proposals for community-oriented arts, humanities, and science programs are due October 16, 2017. Awards typically range between $200 – $800 for events occurring between January and Sept 2018. The Belmont Cultural Council has set an October 16 deadline for organizations, schools, and individuals to apply for grants that support cultural activities in the community. According […]
Over the summer a member of the Belmont Planning Board put forward an unusual proposal to relocate the main library to the Waverly Square Belmont Car Wash property in conjunction with units of senior housing.
We’ll be there!