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How our residents stay busy

The bad weather hasn’t been a deterrent for our assisted living residents who’ve stayed busy with a daily schedule of fun programs, including exercise classes, games and social meet-ups.

Some of the newest programs we’ve introduced to keep our residents engaged and active include a weekly review of headline news, Pokeno sessions, art and stencil painting, memoir writing and brain games, like trivia, mad libs and word puzzles.

Classical music on the horizon

We’re hosting two concerts in the coming days at Waterstone at Wellesley. The first is a classical concert with Michelle Abadia and Margaret O’Connell, while Dr. Geoffrey Hicks is returning on Sunday for a piano performance.

Dust up on history with upcoming lectures

Whether you’re a history buff or simply interested in the past, you’re sure to enjoy two of our upcoming lectures next week at Waterstone at Wellesley.

Music to start the month

March is set to be another full month of fun activities at Waterstone at Wellesley, and it will start with four concerts featuring some of Waterstone's old favorites and a couple performers who are visiting Waterstone for the first time.

Learn more about art, Boston and climate change

Learn something new next week at Waterstone at Wellesley. We’re hosting presentations on Post-Impressionist artwork, Boston and climate change starting on Monday with a visit from Art Matters founder Jane Blair.

Music and more on the horizon

This week is the start of a new month with new events to enjoy. Tomorrow, we’ll kick off the week’s events with an interesting discussion on Katharine Gibbs, the founder of the famous Katharine Gibbs School.

Riding out the winter storm

The winter storm Juno has hit with Massachusetts receiving the brunt of the blizzard. Thankfully, we knew the storm was coming and were able to prepare our residents and our facilities. We hope you were able to stay safe and warm as well.               

Opera, the Academy Awards and a choir performance at Waterstone

The first month of 2015 can end with a bang with the exciting events we have planned at Waterstone at Wellesley. On the roster we have an opera and piano performance, an interesting discussion of the Academy Awards and a spirited choir show featuring a 60-voice chorus of retired seniors.

Residents enjoy weekly art class [Photo Gallery]

The activity roster is always full at Waterstone at Wellesley, and that includes weekly events just for our independent and assisted living residents. At Waterstone, we believe offering engaging and stimulating activities is an important part in maintaining a great quality of life for our residents.

One such event is a weekly art class where residents can put their creativity to the test while socializing amongst friends.

Our latest class was a hit with our residents! View photos from the class and their artwork below.

Community events to entertain and inform

The fun continues this week and into the next at Waterstone at Wellesley with a historical lecture, a musical concert and an informative talk from the CIO of People’s United Bank.

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