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A string quartet and Rodgers and Hammerstein

Here is your last reminder that the final concert of our Summer Courtyard Concert Series is tomorrow night!

The Wellesley Symphony Orchestra Quartet will play in our courtyard at Waterstone at Wellesley at 6:30 p.m. Unwind with the beautiful melodies of the quartet as the suns sets over Wellesley.

A jam-packed week of events

I hope you know our address because Waterstone at Wellesley has a packed scheduled of events starting on Saturday!

First, the musical duo Sweet performs Saturday evening. Sweet is made up of Waterstone favorite Rick Walsh and vocalist Gina O’Donahue. Walsh is a frequent performer here and we can’t wait to see his collaboration with O’Donahue.

A week of music

We’ve written before on how much we delight in musical performances at Waterstone at Wellesley and during the first full week of August, we’re hosting musical performances every other day starting next Tuesday!

Upcoming activities to educate and entertain

Music, film and art lovers will have three reasons to visit Waterstone at Wellesley over the next week—we’re hosting a concert featuring an a cappella performance, a film discussion on Hitchcock’s “Spellbound” and a lecture on the famed landscape painter Winslow Homer.

Advanced directives an upcoming topic of discussion

At Waterstone at Wellesley, we’re pleased to host events that entertain, inform and engage our audiences. When we’re not getting feet tapping with upbeat musical performances, we’re often holding presentations on issues that really matter to our residents and the public.

Music in the afternoon

At Waterstone at Wellesley, our residents love the musical performers we regularly invite into our home—from the musicians who play recognizable classics to the singers who play styles from all over the world.

And with all of the benefits of music, it’s no surprise.

Commemorating the Fourth of July

The Fourth of July is only two days away! If you haven’t already decided what to make or where to watch fireworks, we thought we’d offer some last-minute ideas.

Fourth of July recipes:

Celebrating the summer

With summer’s beautiful arrival, enjoying the outdoors has never been more welcome. Between the nearby Wellesley trails and our spacious and inviting courtyard, our residents have been making great use of the outdoor offerings around Waterstone, celebrating summer in the best possible way.

End your week with history and music

We have a full schedule of activities this weekend at Waterstone at Wellesley, starting with a Friday lecture by Stonehill College professor Gary Hylander, who will share fascinating details about World War Two’s D-Day, the anniversary of which just passed.

Exercise linked to mobility

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