Tuesday, May 24th
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, email us here, or call us at (781) 235-3961 to sign-up today.
Tuesdays on the Patio-
Loved One with Memory Loss (4 spaces left)
Tuesday, May 25th, 11:00 AM (In Person)
Join our Social Worker, Kate Burnham, as she launches the second of her four topic facilitated discussion groups. This program will be held at the Tolles Parsons Center on the Patio.
Movies at the COA (5 and 2 spaces left)
Wednesday, May 26th, 10:15 AM & 1:15 PM
This week's movie is Let Him Go and is about a retired sheriff and his wife, grieving over the death of their son. They set out to find their only grandson in this neo-western set in the 1950s, starring Kevin Costner and Diane Lane. Rated R, 2 hours.
Small Ships, Epic Stories (25 spaces left)
Wednesday, May 26th, 2:00 PM
The Hull Lifesaving Museum celebrates the work of lifesavers who braved the storm-tossed frigid waters along the coast of Massachusetts to save mariners in peril. The crew, mostly composed of coastal mariners, put themselves at risk so that others might live. Mike McGurl, Executive Director of the Hull Lifesaving Museum, will share with us the underlying stories of the lifesavers and the rescues they endeavored over a century ago. In addition, Mike will give a virtual tour of the museum itself and its ship and boat exhibitions.
Current Events (8 spaces left)
Thursday, May 27th, 10:00 AM
Discuss international, national, state, and local issues of the day
with Joe Weisse, the host of Conversations on the Natick Cable