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Girl Scout COOKIE SALE at HR Block Saugus
February 16, 2019 (10:30 am)

LINDSAY AND HER PUPPET PALS at Saugus Public Library
February 20, 2019 (3:00 pm)

Theatre Company of Saugus presents CHILDREN OF EDEN
February 22, 2019 (8:00 pm)

Theatre Company of Saugus presents CHILDREN OF EDEN
February 24, 2019 (2:00 pm)

Empow Studios Teen "STOP-MOTION" WORKSHOP at Saugus Public Library
February 28, 2019 (6:00 pm)

Theatre Company of Saugus presents CHILDREN OF EDEN
March 1, 2019 (8:00 pm)

Theatre Company of Saugus SPECIAL EVENT
March 2, 2019 (8:00 pm)

BMS Students EARLY RELEASE DAY FUN at Saugus Public Library
March 13, 2019 (12:00 pm)

Fairy Tale Players present LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD at Saugus Public Library
March 30, 2019 (11:00 am)

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Saugus River
The Saugus River is approximately 13 miles long and drains a watershed
of approximately 47 square miles. 

Lake Quannapowitt in Wakefield forms the headwaters of the river which
meanders through Wakefield, Saugus, and Lynn before emptying into the
Rumney Marsh / Pines River estuary in Revere.

Tributaries include the Mill River, Hawks Brook, Shute Brook, Strawberry Brook,
Town Line Brook, Crystal Pond Brook, Beaver Dam Brook, and the Pines River.

The watershed encompasses all or part of the following 11 communities –
Everett, Lynn, Lynnfield, Malden, Melrose, Peabody, Reading, Revere, Saugus,
Stoneham, and Wakefield.

Although Native Americans called the river Aboutsett ("winding stream"),
European settlers first called it the River at Saugus. 

In early European times, alewives and bass were harvested from 1632 onwards.
The Saugus Iron Works used water power from the river in 1642, and the river
soon attracted grist mills, chocolate mills, wool and flannel mills, and a tannery.

Vitale Memorial Park

Saugus River Watershed Council 

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