Tours of the 1772 Edmund Fowle House: 1 to 4 p.m. Feb. 18, 28 Marshall St. Cost: $5; $3 for students/seniors. For more information, visit HistoricalSocietyofWatertownMA.org. Hosted by the Historical Society of Watertown, with the last tour at 3:15 p.m. Visitors can also view two free exhibits: “Watertown and the Civil War” and “A Mi’Kmaw Woman’s Award Winning Legacy.”
“National Bird” film showing: 2 tol 4 p.m. Feb. 25, Watertown Free Public Library, 123 Main St. Free. For more information: watertowncitizens.org; email@example.com; SusanBMcL@gmail.com. A film directed by Sonia Kennebeck about the secret U.S. drone assassination program.
Historical Preservation Awards: 7 p.m. May 17, Commander’s Mansion, 440 Talcott Ave., Watertown. Applications for nominations are now available at watertown-ma.gov. For more information: Susan C. Jenness, 617-972-6426, firstname.lastname@example.org. The Watertown Historical Commission Preservation Awards can be awarded to any individual, organization or project that has contributed to the preservation or recognition of Watertown’s Historic resources. There are seven award categories which a nominee may be considered. The completed form is due in the Historical Commission office by April 3.
Movie Mondays: 6:30 p.m. Mondays, Watertown Free Public Library, Watertown Savings Bank Room, 123 Main St., Watertown.
Early Steps Integrated Preschool: Now accepting applications throughout March for September. Age 3-5. For more information and application: watertown.k12.ma.us.