We have a diverse schedule of community events at the start of next week, beginning with a performance from pianist Rick Scalise on Sunday and ending with a discussion Tuesday night led by journalist Melanie Lidman who writes on the activity of nuns in Africa and the Middle East.
The month of November is going to be very busy here at Waterstone at Wellesley! Between fascinating lectures, engaging musical performances and informative presentations, we’re hosting more than a dozen events in the coming weeks.
We are hosting the second part in a four-part series, “Long Lives, the New Reality” next Monday with a discussion by Harvard University researcher Dr. Sayyed Fatemi who will lead the talk, “Erasing Perceived Limits of Old Age.”
Next Monday artist and founder of Art Matters Jane Blair is returning to Waterstone at Wellesley to continue her art exploration series with a discussion on the American painter Mary Cassatt. Cassatt, born in 1844, was one of the leading women of French Impressionism.