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Architectural Design

An Inside Look at Our Unique Arts & Crafts Architectural Design

We talk a lot about the Waterstone at Wellesley difference and how it relates to the luxurious lifestyle you’ll find at our breathtaking community in Wellesley, MA. Much of our difference revolves around the upscale aspects of living here, but we don’t want to forget one very big difference that sets us apart from other senior living communities: our unique Arts & Crafts design.

Connecting with professionals in the community

Waterstone at Wellesley is committed to building relationships with senior experts in the local community. That's why we will host several events in the upcoming months to connect with these professionals and give them the opportunity to network, learn from each other and enjoy themselves. The way we look at it, we are all devoted to providing a variety of options to local seniors, and understanding and learning from each other is a key part of that. This month, Waterstone will partner with local chocolate boutique, The Chocolate Truffle, to host a port wine and chocolate tasting.

Musical performances, furry friends and a Nor'easter at Waterstone

It may be a short month, but we've done a lot here at Waterstone to pack February full of interesting events, good music and even better company. From musical performances that had our entire community tapping their toes to delicious Valentine’s treats to weathering our recent winter storm with ease, it seemed there was always something happening. Hopefully you made it through the recent snowstorm as pleasantly as we did. We held an impromptu “Martinis in the Storm” event as residents, family members and guests sipped cocktails, played word games and watched the snow fall among friends.

Coming up in February: Train Boston, pianists, da Vinci and the Adams

Waterstone’s February calendar is full of great events you won’t want to miss. First, Train Boston, a medically-based fitness and physical therapy provider in Wellesley, will send physical therapists and trainers to our community on Wednesday, Feb. 6. A frequent partner of Waterstone, Train Boston staff will lead a Parkinson’s support group and exercise discussion.

Randy's Recipes: Eggnog Cheesecake with Currants

Chef Randy Farmer is always treating residents and guests to some seriously delicious food. Whether appetizer or entree, simple panini sandwich or a dessert that requires days of prep, we are constantly impressed with his skills, innovation and especially his much-admired sauces!

Community Life: Book signings, Thanksgiving and more.

November was a busy month for the Waterstone community, between myriad performances, discussions, visitors, outings and, of course, our own very first Thanksgiving celebration. Our team did a wonderful job decorating the community for the Thanksgiving holiday, and the bright, bold sunflowers that adorned the tables were especially pretty. We pride ourselves on good food, but the dining team really outdid themselves for the holiday celebration, and the food was both abundant and delicious!

Just some October fun at Waterstone

First, the team at Waterstone would like to extend its thoughts and prayers to those affected by Sandy. We were fortunate to have missed the brunt of the storm, and residents reported feeling safe and comfortable within our home at Waterstone as the winds whipped outside. We all know, however, that many have been tragically affected by this storm and our thoughts and prayers are with them.

Skinners Auction House presents, “What’s it Worth?”

Do you have an antique or two in your house, or perhaps collecting dust in your closet or attic, that you've always been curious about but never knew quite how to use? Most of us have at least one family heirloom, or an old and nearly-forgotten antique we've never figured out what to do with.

Enjoying the local talent

Boston and the surrounding towns and cities are rife with talented musicians, performers, and entertainers. Walking down any major street or along a T station, you're likely to encounter at least one or two performers. From small improv theaters to major performance halls, there's something for every interest. Being home to numerous universities, performance halls, and performing arts schools has a lot of perks, including the existence of a deep well of local talent. One such local talent is Stephen Collins.

Chocolate tastings, local cheeses, and antiques: coming up at Waterstone

We have a variety of great events coming up at Waterstone at Wellesley. From decadent chocolates to delectable cheeses to cherished treasures, you won't want to miss out on these exciting opportunities. They're sure to be a lot of fun and will give you a chance to get to know the wonderful residents at Waterstone at Wellesley. Keep reading to find out more!

Waterstone at Wellesley to host a Chocolate Tasting (Sept. 25)

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