We’re pleased to share that over 95% of our residents are vaccinated against COVID-19.  Inquire now!

781.591.7113 | Careers

Late October events at Waterstone

As Halloween grows near, we’ll be hosting a handful of fun events at Waterstone at Wellesley.

On Oct. 22, Gary Hylander will present a lecture on the Salem Witch Trials, which took place in Massachusetts over 300 years ago. This will be a great discussion for getting into the New England Halloween spirit.

8 things not to do while exercising

Exercising is an important part of healthy aging, and our residents at Waterstone at Wellesley are an active bunch. However, with

Early October events at Waterstone

We’ve got a busy October planned at Waterstone at Wellesley, and we hope you’ll join us for the many fun events we’ll be hosting throughout the month, including several musical performances, fascinating le

Contemporary Poetry Lecture Series in October

With October beginning tomorrow comes crunchy leaves, Halloween and the Contemporary Poetry 
Lecture Series with Stephen Collins, a revered teacher and performer. The lecture series will be held
at Waterstone at Wellesley every Monday in October (Oct. 5, 12, 19, 26) at 7:30 p.m.

Late September events

Fall is in the air, and we’ll be wrapping up the month of September with two fun events next week.

On Monday, we’ll host Jane Blair of Art Matters for the presentation “Spanish Masters,” a look at nearly 300 years of Spanish art and culture, including the work of El Greco, Diego Velázquez and Francisco Goya.

A musical week at Waterstone

We’re excited for two musical events happening next week at Waterstone at Wellesley: a presentation on
legendary opera singer Luciano Pavarotti and a solo performance by musician and vocalist Tom Madden.

First, on Monday, former music teacher Helen Sagan will discuss the life and career of Luciano Pavarotti, the Italian operatic tenor who transitioned into popular music and went on to become one of the most commercially successful tenors in history.

“The Singing Trooper” to perform 9/11 memorial concert

Sgt. Daniel M. Clark, known as “The Singing Trooper,” will perform a concert at Waterstone at Wellesley
to honor victims, families and responders of the 9/11 tragedy on Friday, Sept. 11.

Events to start your September

Join us at Waterstone at Wellesley for a whole month of fun events (check our online calendar soon!), including several musical performances and fascinating lectures on a wide variety of topics like JFK and the Cuban missile crisis and the works of famous Spanish artists.  

In the meantime, join us for these events:

Late August events at Waterstone

We’re reveling in the final months of summer at Waterstone at Wellesley and have a handful of fun events planned for the end of the month, including the final part of our Summer Concert Series.

Final concert at new time

Join us at Waterstone at Wellesley for the final part of our Summer Concert Series next week. Swing Café is visiting on Aug. 20 to play in our courtyard, but please note, while the previous concerts were at 6:30 p.m., this performance will take place at 7 p.m. 


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.

Covid-19 Information   Hear from Our Families