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Musician duo to perform at Waterstone

We’re excited to welcome for the first time to Waterstone the musician duo Robert Bekkers and Ellyses Kuan, who will perform together this Sunday, June 8.

2014 Historical Lecture Series continues this week

History enthusiasts should take note of our upcoming schedule for our 2014 Historical Lecture Series with historian Gary Hylander.

Dietician to offer tips on staying heart-healthy

Maintaining a healthy lifestyle is an essential part of staying heart-healthy. On Tuesday, May 20, dietician Josh Hammond will join us at Waterstone to offers tips and advice on the best ways to follow a healthy diet while still eating flavorful foods.

Support the art of local seniors

Beautiful works of art by local senior artists will be on display this Saturday at Waterstone at Wellesley.

Waterstone, in partnership with the Wellesley Council on Aging, is hosting the art show to highlight the creative and talented community of which Waterstone is a part.

The show will feature the works of several artists across multiple mediums.

If you can’t make the show, you will have the opportunity to schedule guided tours of the gallery between May 11 and May 13.

May is Older Americans Month

Older Americans are being celebrated in May as part of Older Americans Month, an annual recognition of seniors and their contributions. The month also promotes senior wellbeing with this year's theme "Safe Today, Healthy Tomorrow," focusing on injury prevention.

Enrich your mind with upcoming lectures

Art and history lovers, make your way to Waterstone at Wellesley next week for two engrossing lectures by local art educator Jane Blair and historian Gary Hylander.

Don’t fall victim to phone scams

Knowing how to identify phone scammers becomes increasingly important as we age. Phone scammers often target seniors because seniors tend to be less suspicious of over-the-phone sales pitches than their younger counterparts and are perceived to have significant amounts of money just accumulating in their bank accounts.

On Thursday, April 17, Waterstone at Wellesley is hosting a lecture by Police Officer Evan Rosenburg, who will discuss phone scams and the common ways in which seniors are targeted.

Author to speak on ‘A for Argonaut’

Are you a fan of political thrillers? If so, you'll want to be here at Waterstone at Wellesley on Wednesday, April 16.

Author Michael Stedman will discuss his thriller, "A for Argonaut," which tells the story of former Special Operations officer Lt. Col. Mack Maran, who must restore his honor after being betrayed by the Pentagon and tossed out of the Army. Maran's quest takes him from the United States to Africa as he works to solve a massive diamond scam.

Multi-talented performer to visit Waterstone

Join us at Waterstone at Wellesley this weekend for what's sure to be a dynamic performance from entertainer Mike Dardis.

A multi-talented performer, Dardis plays the guitar, piano, harmonica and sings. On Sunday, he'll play favorites from artists including Billy Joel and the Everly Brothers.

You won't want to miss it!

Learn fun facts at weekend events

Classic film buffs and history lovers will enjoy two of our upcoming events at Waterstone—first we're hosting a discussion on Alfred Hitchcock's "Rebecca," followed by a lecture on Mount Rushmore and why each of the featured presidents were chosen for the famous monument.

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