September Events at Waterstone at Wellesley
All events are free and open to the public, but an RSVP is requested at 781-235-1614.
Photojournalist to discuss Maine at Waterstone (Sep. 2)
Photojournalist Michael Perry returns to Waterstone at Wellesley on Tuesday, Sep. 2 at 7:30 p.m. Perry will present a slideshow of original images taken while in Maine. Perry developed his love of photography at an early age, shooting his first images when he was just 10 years old.
Piano with Steve Lanzillotta at Waterstone (Sep. 7)
Local musician Steve Lanzillotta is visiting Waterstone at Wellesley on Sunday, Sep. 7 at 2:30 p.m. A longtime local pianist from Hanover, Mass., Lanzillotta has been playing solo piano—whether it’s the American songbook, standards, show tunes, jazz, ragtime, or popular—for 30 years.
‘Grab Your Passport’ with Ron Falong at Waterstone (Sep. 8)
International travel agent Ron Falong will provide his expertise on traveling to Israel at Waterstone at Wellesley on Monday, Sep. 8 at 7:30 p.m. Falong is a professional tour guide who has travelled to 42 countries and all seven continents.
Healthy Living series with Amanda Jillson at Waterstone (Sep. 9)
Amanda Jillson, the director of community relations at EPOCH Senior Living of Weston, will visit Waterstone at Wellesley to discuss brain fitness on Tuesday, Sep. 9 at 2:30 p.m. Jillson’s lecture is part of a series on living healthy in collaboration with EPOCH Senior Living of Weston.
Ted Reinstein discusses new book at Waterstone (Sep. 10)
Author Ted Reinstein is visiting Waterstone at Wellesley on Wednesday, Sep. 10 at 7:30 p.m. to discuss his new book, “New England Notebook.” The book has been lauded by the Boston Globe, National Geographic Traveler and NPR and is an exploration of all the fascinating places and people New England has to offer. Reinstein is a former longtime correspondent for “Chronicle,” a nightly news show that aired in Boston.
Piano and guitar duo return to Waterstone (Sep. 13)
Guitarist Robert Bekkers and pianist Ellyses Kuan are performing together again at Waterstone at Wellesley on Saturday, Sep. 13 at 7:30 p.m. Bekkers has been performing and teaching classical guitar throughout his extensive career. He is now a doctoral candidate studying with the exceptional artist Eliot Fisk. A native of Hong Kong, Kuan started taking piano lessons at 3 years old. She is currently the founder and music director of EKSTUDIO.
Film critic to discuss ‘City Lights’ at Waterstone (Sep. 14)
Film critic Dan Kimmel will discuss the Charlie Chaplin film “City Lights” at Waterstone at Wellesley on Sunday, Sep. 14 at 2:30 p.m. “City Lights,” a romantic comedy starring Chaplin as The Tramp who falls in love with a blind woman, was made in 1931. Kimmel is a past president of the Boston Society of Film Critics and current co-chair of the Boston Online Film Critics Association. He is also a Boston correspondent for Variety and teaches film at Suffolk University.
Stephen Collins to present ‘The Theater of the 1903s, 1940s, 1950s’ at Waterstone (Sep. 16)
Waterstone at Wellesley will welcome acclaimed actor and theater enthusiast Stephen Collins for a one-man show titled, “The Theater of the 1930s, 1940s, 1950s” on Tuesday, Sep 16 at 2:30 p.m. Collins is currently performing eight one-man shows throughout Massachusetts, performing for audiences at the Boston Public Library, Massachusetts College and Framingham State College.
About Waterstone at Wellesley (www.waterstoneatwellesley.com)
Located at 27 Washington St. and along the banks of the Charles River in Wellesley, Waterstone at Wellesley includes 134 apartments for seniors 62 and older. It features independent and assisted living rental apartments, a fitness center, pool, theater, five-star restaurant-style dining, designer kitchens, a riverfront walking trail, and more. This community is part of EPOCH Senior Living, a regional provider of senior living and health care options.