WellesleyWeston Magazine

WINTER 2015-2016

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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Winter Wednesdays takes place every Wednesday afternoon for eight weeks over the winter. Each week features a different historical topic that allows elementary school age children to learn history in a fun, hands-on way. For more information, call 781. 235.6690 or email the Society's executive director at director@wellesleyhistoricalsociety.org. 3 Newbury Street is coming to 77 Central Street in Wellesley with the opening of AVA Boutique. Discover one-of-a-kind designs by Carlos Pava. Shop hand-selected women's international fashion apparel, accessories, shoes, and gifts. Enjoy a calm, comfortable store designed for a personal- ized shopping experience. AVA is open Monday through Saturday from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm, and Sunday from noon to 5:00 pm. For more informa- tion, visit www.avapavaboutique.com. 3 Cutting Edge Homes is excited to welcome Carolyn Kelly as the Director of Construction, a new position within the Architects+Builders firm. Kelly brings her superior leadership and project manage- ment skills along with her dynamic and creative interna- tional expertise in residential and com- mercial design to the team. She is respon- sible for directing all aspects of luxury residential projects while working closely with clients, staff, vendors, and subcontractors. For more information, visit www.ThinkCuttingEdge.com or call 508.435.1280. 3 Wellesley residents Mark and Gwenn Snider, co-owners of The Nantucket Hotel, invite you to spend the holidays at their award-winning hotel (named "One of the Top 25 Hotels in the United States" by TripAdvisor). Stay for Thanksgiving and enjoy a traditional feast, experience the famous Christmas Stroll, or celebrate 2016 at their Gala New Year's Eve Ball with an orchestra and cham- pagne! This year's theme is "An Evening to Remember." Visit www.thenantuckethotel.com for more information. 3 Adult & Pediatric Dermatology, PC, located at 386 Washington Street in Wellesley, announced that Michael S. Krathen, MD and David E. Geist, MD have been accepted on the medical staff of Newton-Wellesley Hospital. With an array of cos- metic services including the new procedure Kybella™, Janice Cleveland Washburn, MD and Michael Krathen, MD provide a range of medical and surgical care to patients of all ages. Dr. Geist specializes in Mohs micrographic surgery. Call 781.235.1533, visit www.apderm.com, and see their ad on page 187. 3 Stop by Gustare Oils & Vinegars' tasting room at 83 Central Street and sample some of the store's newest winter arrivals. Gustare's fresh and flavorful oils and balsamic vinegars can take your winter menu to the next level. Gustare's gourmet gift boxes are perfect for the foodies on your holiday list, and all orders over $75 are shipped free through the holidays. Stop by the shop or visit www.gustareoliveoil.com for recipes, online shopping, and more. 3 Twelve Points Wealth Management hosted a food drive for the ten- ants of Damon Mill Square office park in Concord to help fill the shelves of OpenTable.org with much-needed shelf-stable break- fast food items. Employees were thrilled to have collected approximately 200 items for donation. Twelve Points plans to continue to support Open Table, a local nonprofit organization that strives to build a community of support beyond providing food resources. Visit www.twelvepointswealth.com. 3 Wellesley resident Chris Kelly has been appoint- ed to Needham Bank's Advisory Council. In his role, Kelly will help cultivate new business and fos- ter community relationships for the Bank. 30 W e l l e s l e y W e s t o n M a g a z i n e | w i n t e r 2 0 1 5 / 2 0 1 6 inbox Follow WellesleyWeston Magazine on Facebook Gail Bogle, manager of Hammond Residential Real Estate's Wellesley and Weston offices, recently announced that Hammond has received two America's Property Awards for Real Estate Agency, Massachusetts; and Real Estate Agency Marketing, Massachusetts from the International Property Awards. Bogle said, "Hammond competed against a number of real estate firms throughout the United States to receive this recognition, which is a testa- ment to the quality of Hammond's unique marketing program and our team of real estate professionals." Gail Bogle Kim Van Winkle and Amy Newell Bill Darcey, Eric Morse, and Chris Kelly

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