WellesleyWeston Magazine

FALL 2015

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 Wellesley Books will be hosting readings with New York Times' bestselling authors Elin Hilderbrand (The Rumor) on October 16, Wellesley College alumnae Susan Elia MacNeal (Maggie Hope mystery series) on October 27, and Barbara Shapiro (The Art Forger) on November 2. Visit www.wellesleybooks.com for a complete listing of all upcoming events, tickets, and other information. 3 Meet local jewelry designer Talia Don on Wednesday, September 30 at IMPULSE by Adamas Fine Jewelry, located at 180 Linden Street in Wellesley. Enjoy a preview of her fall collection and shop her of one-of-a-kind jewelry handcrafted using sterling silver, semi-precious stones, and Swarovski crystals. Receive 20 per- cent off all trunk show purchases. For more infor- mation, visit www.trustyourimpulse.com. 3 CrossFit Marauder, located at 12a Mica Lane in the Lower Falls, opened its doors in April 2015. Offering three individualized programs and luxury amenities, clients can explore the foundational movements of CrossFit in a safe supervised envi- ronment. Try a boxing conditioning class or experi- ence the body transforming WellFit small group training. Personal training tailored to meet individ- ual goals is also offered. Call 781.235.2212 to book an intro class. CrossFit Kids is coming soon. Visit www.cfitm2.com and see their ad on page 33. 3 Have you heard? The beautiful senior living com- munity voted best in Needham has a new name. Now known as the Wingate Residences, the community still delivers the same luxury, first-rate amenities, and compassionate staff you've come to expect. This fall, there are fantastic events planned for the public, including Alzheimer's speakers, a continuation of their Tech Series for Seniors, and social events to meet members. 3 Sertac Cakim, the Framingham showroom man- ager for Landry & Arcari Rugs and Carpeting, is pleased to announce that he will be hosting the American Society of Interior Designers New England chapter "Excellence in Design Awards" and Annual Meeting on September 24. ASID New England ele- vates members' professionalism and success, upholds a strict code of ethics, promotes the value of interior design, provides value to its members through its programs and dynamic chapter manage- ment, promotes an active design community, and strengthens professional alliances. 3 Dedham Country Day School's Fall Open House will be held on Sunday, November 1 from 1:00 to 3:00 pm. Please visit the school's website at www.dedhamcountryday.org for Classroom Observation Days scheduled for the fall and winter. 3 Jesamondo Salon & Spa proudly intro- duces master stylist Morgan McDonald as the newest addition to its team. A graduate of TONI&GUY Hairdressing Academy and just returning from Miami, Florida, Morgan brings her extraordinary talent for hair and styling services. She specializes in the newest techniques for color, cuts, blow outs, wedding styles, and keratin treat- ments, to name a few. Her head massages are sim- ply out of this world. Join Jesamondo in welcoming Morgan back to the community. 3 Celebrating 35 years in business, ZEN Associates' team members have been making a name for themselves in the Boston and DC markets by turn- ing indoor and outdoor living spaces into deeply memorable and enduring environments through sophisticated landscape architecture and interior design. They are not only known for their world class technical expertise but also for working closely with clients to turn their dreams into reality from design through construction. To learn more about ZEN visit www.zenassociates.com. 3 Hammond Residential Real Estate, with offices at 506 Boston Post Road in Weston and 40 Grove Street in Wellesley, recently sponsored the Foundation for MetroWest's 2015 Spring Inspiration breakfast. Gail Bogle, manager of Hammond's Weston and Wellesley offices, along with sales associate Nicole Malec, attended the event. Bogle said, "Hammond is committed to strengthening 32 W e l l e s l e y W e s t o n M a g a z i n e | f a l l 2 0 1 5 inbox Benoit Mizner Simon & Co. (BMS) announced the winners of the real estate company's third annual B.O.L.D. (Building Our Legacy Daily) Achievements. Top honors included: Traci Shulkin, #1 Agent of BMS; Tanya Tanimoto, #1 Agent Town of Wayland; Burns & Karpowicz Team, #1 Team of BMS; and Donahue & Maley Team, #1 Team in the Town of Wellesley. Top Ten Premier Associates recognized were the Wilk Greenbaum Team, Jared Parker, Betsy Hargreaves, Jane Wemyss, Jessica Allain, and Jose Carrillo. Morgan McDonald Elin Hilderbrand B E T H F U R M A N

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