WellesleyWeston Magazine

SUMMER 2014

Launched in 2005, WellesleyWeston Magazine is a quarterly publication tailored to Wellesley and Weston residents and edited to enrich the experience of living in two of Massachusetts' most desirable communities.

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3 SAT&ACT Services, celebrat- ing its second year in Wellesley, is located at 14 Mica Lane #3. Experienced tutors regularly meet with students in one-on- one tutoring ses- sions as well as teach smaller and larger groups in the conference and classrooms. SAT&ACT Services strategically helps students prepare for the SAT, ACT, and other standardized tests. In addition, students work on improving academics, writing skills, and on confi- dence building. For more information, call 781.535.7177, email achung@sat-n-act.com, and visit www.sat-n-act.com or sat.and.act.services on Facebook. Please see their ad on page 146. 3 Landry & Arcari Rugs and Carpeting will be opening a new showroom later this spring. After many successful years in Boston's Park Square Design District and the North Shore in Salem, the compa- ny looks forward to sharing their rug and carpeting passions and expertise with the Metro West. Look for their new showroom on Route 9 in Framingham. 3 New England Fine Living, New England's premier lifestyle website, announced the re-launching of their nine-year-old website www.NewEnglandFineLiving.com, which now includes a link to their new online store. With a focus on sharing information on luxury and fine living products and services, New England Fine Living is for those who want to enhance their cul- tural experiences, add a bit of luxury to their lives, or simply enjoy the free comforts life has to offer. 3 The Teddy Bear Club preschool in Lincoln is offering a new summer camp program. Families with children ages 2 to 7 are invited to register for this exciting summer experience featuring special sports workshops and a wide variety of arts and crafts activities, all in a bilingual French environment. Both TBC's Lincoln and Newton campuses will host a summer program. Learn more at www.teddy- bearclub.org or email info@teddybearclub.org. 3 The Shot Heard Round the World: April 19, 1775 is on view at the Concord Museum through September 21, 2014. This remarkable exhibi- tion reunites over 50 historic objects from both private and institutional col- lections, many of which have never been together since that fateful day in U.S. history. While each object is intrinsically valuable, a central goal of the exhibition is to highlight the role that objects can play in the interpretation of historical events. To learn more, please visit www.concordmuseum.org. 3 Weston resident Amanda Rapp has opened Sweet Pea Children's Boutique and Hostess at 483 Boston Post Road in Weston. Sweet Pea offers a dis- tinctive selection of children's clothing, books, and gifts as well as memorable and charming hostess gifts. Sweet Pea is the perfect place to grab a baby gift, a sweet dress or catchy T-shirt for an elementary school child, a tween birthday gift, a thoughtful host- ess gift, or a little something for yourself. 3 John C. Ricotta & Associates, Inc. is celebrat- ing its 25th anniversary! Established in 1989 to serve Chatham's real estate market, the agency has grown to become one of the top real estate agencies in Chatham both for sales and vacation rentals. They strive to help clients find the perfect home, for a season or a lifetime. For more information, please call 508.945.5000, or visit www.RicottaRealEstate.com. 33 s u m m e r 2 0 1 4 | W e l l e s l e y W e s t o n M a g a z i n e Follow WellesleyWeston Magazine on Facebook Jeff Arcari Alex Chung David F. Wood J O E L B O H Y 028-042_WWMb14_inbox_sum14_v4_WellesleyWeston Magazine 4/28/14 3:09 PM Page 33

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