April 23rd, 2014 by BOWES
Great Day at Arlington’s 2014 Patriot’s Day Parade!
Thanks to all who came out on Monday to cheer along the Parade route and welcome Paul Revere and William Dawes at the Arlington Town Hall!
On Monday, April 21st, Arlington again become Menotomy as we celebrated our Town’s importance on the first day of the American Revolution.
Arlington residents came out in force to greet re-enactment riders Paul Revere and William Dawes. Children made welcome signs for the riders with craft materials, activities provided by the Arlington Historical Society, music from the colonial era performed by Diane Taraz, and refreshments were served. The festivities at the Town Hall were hosted by the Arlington Committee on Tourism and Economic Development and sponsored by BOWES Real Estate.
Thanks again for all who participated. See you next year!
April 18th, 2014 by BOWES
Paul Revere Ride Re-enactment @ Town Hall
On Monday, April 21st, Arlington again becomes Menotomy as we celebrate our Town’s importance on the first day of the American Revolution.
Join your fellow Menotomians at the Arlington Town Hall as we greet re-enactment riders Paul Revere and William Dawes. Make a welcome sign for the riders with craft material provided. Children’s dress-up activity with photo by the Arlington Historical Society. Music from the colonial era performed by Diane Taraz. Snacks and light food will be available.
Event hosted by the Arlington Committee on Tourism and Economic Development and sponsored by BOWES Real Estate.
See you there!
February 4th, 2014 by BOWES
We are thrilled to report that 2013 turned out to be the best year in the history of BOWES Real Estate, since its founding in 1945. We have the great people of Arlington to thank for their friendship, support, loyalty, and the many referrals made throughout the year!
January 2nd, 2014 by BOWES
Our 36th annual Christmas Day Dinner was another great success, due to the help of many volunteers.
Christmas Dinner at Arlington Elks
Approximately 50 dinners were served to any Arlingtonian “eating alone” on Christmas Day. Special thanks to the Arlington Lodge of Elks for use of their facility, to the Council on Aging for the use of its handicap van and their driver, Don Boudreau, our chefs: Pat Casey and Lynne Cabral, our helpers: Steve Rae and Peter Corwin, our servers: Dan and Margaret Haywood and their daughters, Megan, Emily and Kim, Sandy and Dave Casey and our driver: Ted Griffin.
You all know the happiness that you your collective efforts brought to those who enjoyed this special event. Thank you,