WellesleyWeston Magazine

FALL 2017

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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inbox recent news briefs covering wellesley and weston people, places, and businesses 3 Bonsoir has moved to 873 Worcester Street (Route 9 West), Suite #1 in Wellesley. Now known as Bonsoir Linen & Down Studio, the new studio showroom is better suited to serve retail customers and interior designers inter- ested in stocked and custom bed and bath linens, custom table linens, bath accessories, and exquisite down comforters and pillows from Scandia. Bonsoir has been offer- ing fine bed and bath collections from around the globe for 22 years. For more information, call 781.416.2800 or email BonsoirLinen@aol.com. 3 For over one hundred years, Zimman's has been providing decorative and home furnishing items along with design expertise. Recently, the design professionals at Zimman's completed a number of exciting projects in Wellesley and Weston. Selections were made from the company's 40,000-square-foot, award- winning showroom that includes more than 50,000 in-stock fabrics along with furniture, lighting, rugs, and accessories. Services include custom window treatments, bed- ding, reupholstery, and free in-store design services. For more information, visit www.zimmans.com. 3 Wellesley resident and master esthetician Liz (Luongo) O'Hearn is now working with world-renowned plastic surgeon Dr. Leonard B. Miller at the Boston Center for Facial Rejuvenation's Brookline office. One of Boston's most sought-after estheti- cians, O'Hearn specializes in laser and body con- tour. She has been practicing esthetics for ten years and was formerly with Forever Young in Wellesley. Dr. Miller's Brookline office is located at One Brookline Place, Suite 427, and his Boston office is located at 69 Newbury Street, 5th floor. Call 617.735.8735, visit www.leonardmillermd.com, and see their ad on page 213. 3 SOS-PT's new AlterG Anti-Gravity Treadmill allows clients to push their physical therapy rehabilitation and train- ing further than ever before. The machine is designed to help a vari- ety of people — top level athletes, orthopedic and neurologic patients, children, older adults, and those looking to lose weight — achieve their well- ness or performance goals. SOS-PT owner Dr. Tim Fagerson has more than 25 years of experience in physical therapy and has been practicing in Wellesley since 1998. Become an SOS-PT member and receive a ten-pack of thirty-minute sessions for $300. SOS-PT is located at 148 Linden Street, Suite B-8, in Wellesley. Call 781.263.9977, visit www.sos-pt. com, and see their ad on page 173. 3 Art beCAUSE TM Breast Cancer Foundation held its fourth annual celebrity fashion show, cocktail party, and live auction at Wellesley Country Club on April 27. Proceeds from the event will go toward helping fight the battle to prevent breast cancer, tackling the disease from a crucial but often ignored angle: researching and solving its environ- mental causes. Candace Lucas Evans and Marissa Viera were the hair and makeup stylists for the event, organized by Joanie Friedman. For more information, visit www.artbecause.org. 3 Wellesley resident and local classical architect Patrick Ahearn FAIA, was recently voted Best The second annual Garden Party at the Gardens at Elm Bank was held on Thursday, June 15. Attendees had a unique look at the renowned neoclassical Manor House of the 36-acre estate and enjoyed the grandeur of the Olmsted designed Italianate Garden. One of the many majestic rooms of the Manor House was decorated by lead designer Stephanie Chlan of Stephanie Chlan Interiors of Wellesley. Guests also learned about the vision for the years leading up to Mass Hort's 200th Anniversary in 2029. Stephanie Chlan Daniel Zimman and Michael Zimman T I M G R A Y P H O T O G R A P H Y Tim Fagerson Liz Luongo O'Hearn Jennifer Bergh, owner Candace Lucas Evans, Marissa Viera, and Joanie Friedman 30 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 7

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