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Music, opera and technology in August

As summer winds down, we hope you’ll join us to soak up the last month of the season with a unique line-up of August events at our community. We’ll do more than just help you escape the summer heat — we’ll introduce you to new music, performances and ideas!

Catch up on summer reading, culture, history

With the longer summer days, it’s not uncommon to find ourselves with a bit of extra time on our hands.  And if you’re like us, you’re always looking for unique events to fill those lazy afternoons and evenings that seem to stretch on forever. So, grab your friends and family members — or come solo since we have plenty of friendly faces for you to meet — and join us for these events in July.

Fairytales, Musical Theatre, Classical Piano and More

Summer’s almost here, and we have several events for you, from music and theatre performances to a look at the Grimm Brothers’ tales and JFK’s legacy. Don’t sweat it—they’ll all indoor events! We’re prepared to keep you cool and entertained as we welcome the warmest season.

Music, film, theater and U.S. immigration history

Are you ready to laugh, enjoy great music and expand your knowledge of American history? We have all that and more this month at Waterstone at Wellesley!

On May 7, film critic Dan Kimmel lead a screening and discussion of Gene Saks’ 1968 film, “The Odd Couple.” Get ready to laugh as you watch two recently divorced men (Jack Lemmon and Walter Mathau) with distinctive and clashing personalities move in together.

Jazz, Photojournalism, Women Artists & More

They say “April showers bring May flowers,” but we’re not letting the idea of rain get us down this month. Let us entertain you at Waterstone at Wellesley, rain or shine!

Global politics, dueling pianists and bourbon-sipping

As we look forward to spring and the renewal the season brings, we’re hosting some uncommon events to broaden our residents’ experiences. What better way to refresh yourself this season than with an array of educational and entertaining events at Waterstone at Wellesley?

Exercise for a healthier body and brain

Memory decline is a common symptom of aging, and is one of the first signs of Alzheimer’s and other memory-related diseases. However, memory decline doesn’t have to be inevitable for aging adults. New findings published in the medical journal Cortex suggest that physical fitness may help seniors combat memory loss.

Health Hacks for a Better You in 2017

The number one New Year’s resolution people make (and often abandon) is the intention to lose weight and maintain a healthy lifestyle. Breaking bad habits is difficult, but it can become even harder when implementing several big changes at once. The secret to a healthier and happier you in 2017? Focus on smaller, sustainable tweaks to your diet and routine.

Bluegrass, film, engineering discussion and more

Happy New Year! We’re ringing in 2017 with a busy schedule of events in January, including jazz and bluegrass shows, an engineering lecture, and a screening and discussion of the 1942 film “Now, Voyager” starring Bette Davis.

 

Last-minute Thanksgiving recipes sure to impress

Need a delicious last-minute dish to take to a Thanksgiving party tomorrow? We've pulled together some great—and easy—options, including a twist on a classic from our very own executive chef and food service director, Shonna Sherman.

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