May 3rd - May 7th
We still have a openings for some of this week's amazing programs. See something below that you like? You can click here to sign-up or call us at (781) 235-3961 to sign-up today.
Tuesdays on the Patio- Community Concerns
Tuesday, May 4th, 11:00 AM (In-Person)
In-Person Discussion group. Join our Social Worker, Kate Burnham, as she launches the first of her four topic facilitated discussion groups. This program will be held at the Tolles Parsons Center on the Patio.
Organic Gardening for Everyone
Tuesday, May 4th, 2:00 PM
Please join John Root, Naturalist and Landscaper for an informative session on organic gardening. “Organic Gardening for Everyone” is a 60-minute PowerPoint presentation providing practical advice and inspiration to gardener of all ages and physical conditions on growing vegetables, fruits, herbs, and flowers organically. Topics include: composting and mulching to promote healthy soil; using space efficiently; growing plants from seed; succession planting; inviting beneficial wildlife; controlling weeds and pests naturally; and preserving homegrown produce. Questions and comments will be welcome at the conclusion of the program. This program is supported in part by a grant from the Wellesley Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Mass Cultural Council, a state agency.
Grandparenting Discussion: Grandkids with Special Needs
Wednesday, May 5th, 1:30 PM
Does your grandchild have special needs? Join Attorney Karen Mariscal in a discussion on how you can help. She will educate you on a special needs trusts, ABLE accounts, adaptive summer camps, and more. Questions welcomed. Call 781-235-3961 to register.
8 Days a Week Thursday, May 6th, 2:00 PM
Join Frank, former WBUR radio host on Thursday, May 6th at 2:00 PM for this musical lecture that features one song for each day of the week. Songs include Simon & Garfunkel’s first hit, one of the Gershwin's most beautiful songs, a funny Al Jolson number, a “Saturday” medley by our greatest crooners, and an ultra-rare Rodgers & Hammerstein flop. Special thanks goes to BAYADA for generously sponsoring this program.
Friday, May 7th, 2:00 PM
Pour a cup of tea and join us for a virtual gallery talk led by Wellesley College Student Guides on tea objects from the Davis’s permanent collections.Mixed Bag Exercise
Saturday, May 8th, 9:15 AM
Each week the class offered will be a different type of class and instructor. We will announce in the email news blast which type of class will be offered the following Saturday, and you are welcome to sign-up and join in to try it out! Priority is given to Wellesley residents age 60 and over. If space permits, non-Wellesley residents age 60 and over are welcome to participate. Space is limited and set by the instructor each week. Registration will open when the class is announced in the email news blast. Priority will be given to Wellesley Residents. Out of Town residents are encouraged to call to see if space is available for the Saturday's class the Wednesday before.