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Expand your horizons with upcoming events

At Waterstone, you'll soon have plenty of chances to expand your horizons, from a thought-provoking and informative lecture by renowned sociologist Ira Silver to a dazzling piano concert and a fascinating presentation on the importance of the artist Renoir.

Celebrate St. Patrick's Day with a local favorite

St. Patrick's Day is less than a week away and what better way to celebrate than with local favorites the Norton Zieff Trio?

Consisting of Norton Zieff, Ray DeMarco and George Blodgett, the Norton Zieff Trio always gets feet tapping with their lively jazz. So please join us at Waterstone—the band is sure to make the St. Patrick's Day celebration a spirited one.

Spring fruits make for delicious snacks

Did you know? March is National Nutrition Month and doctors agree that eating healthy is one of the best ways to maintain over-all health (plus it boosts energy!). With spring approaching, some of our favorite fruits are coming back into season, making it easier than ever to snack nutritiously.

Smooth jazz on the roster this week

Do you get lost in the sounds of jazz?

Lucky for you, we've invited The Jazzlanders to perform this Friday at Waterstone. Local favorites, the Jazzlanders specialize in all things jazz, including swing, bossa nova and blues, and like to play the classics from such legends as Ella Fitzgerald, Nat King Cole and Frank Sinatra.

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Music to round out the holiday weekend

With Valentine's Day and President's Day to book-end the upcoming weekend, it's bound to be a fun occasion. And it will be made even more enjoyable by performances from two of our favorites—Archie Richards and Julianne Zielski.

Music, movies and rare dogs this week

Looking for a little entertainment or the opportunity to learn something new this week?

At Waterstone at Wellesley, we are offering several events over the next few days that are sure to entertain as they educate.

Listen to music from local favorite Rick Walsh or learn more about rare dog breeds from expert Scott Alexander. Or for you movie and history buffs, gain insight into the Academy Awards from film critic Dan Kimmel or learn new things about the War of 1812 from historian Gary Hylander.

Tips for staying heart-healthy

In only a few short days, February will be here along with all the heart decorations and Cupid figurines that come with the most romantic month of the year. But it’s important to remember that February is also American Heart Month, which shines a light on heart disease.

Happiness improves seniors’ health

A positive attitude can go a long way to keeping us healthy as we age. Studies have long suggested that “zest for life” helps us maintain independence well into our golden years, can increase our lifespan, and reduce the risk for heart disease and stroke.

A week for music and history buffs

Music showWe frequently host concerts, educational presentations and other great events at Waterstone at Wellesley that are free and open to the public. This week, we will host two events music and history fans are sure to enjoy.


Discover Wellesley's Premier Lifestyle
As a highly controlled environment, Waterstone is one of the best places a senior can be right now. Everything they need is under one roof, including convenient services and amenities, gourmet dining, entertainment and scheduled transportation to essential medical appointments. Access to on-site wellness professionals for our independent living residents and 24-hour support in our assisted living community offers added peace of mind.

The safety of our residents and team members continues to be our top priority. Since the beginning of this pandemic, our entire team has worked diligently to enhance and enforce strict virus-prevention protocols as recommended by the CDC and local health departments.

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