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History, birds of prey and arctic whales at EPOCH

Another Valentine’s Day has come and gone. We had a lot of fun celebrating, making Valentine’s and of course, indulging in chocolate! But the fun’s not over. We have plenty more great events planned at our EPOCH communities this week. Professor Gary Hylander is returning for a riveting presentation on Adolf Hitler. Come by and discuss the insights of this renowned history buff. The Massachusetts Audubon Society will also come by to present “Birds of Prey.” You’ll learn how birds of prey hunt, what they eat and what makes them special. Plus, you’ll get to see hawks, owls, eagles and more up close! But these aren’t the only animals you can learn about this week. Local science writer Todd McLeish will tell you all about artic whales. We will also host “Hearth of the Home,” a presentation by Abigail Whitney on 18th century life. Finally, our last “Flex and Stretch” class for seniors is this week. Don’t miss the chance to make new friends and engage in healthy, gentle exercise! Keep reading to learn more.

Gary Hylander returns for discussion of Adolf Hitler (Feb. 19)

History, game shows and informative discussions at EPOCH

This week, we’re offering several educational and informative events at our communities. First, historical presenter Gail Hamel will lead an educational program on colonial life. If you have a loved one or care for someone with dementia or Alzheimer’s, join us for a discussion by Dr. Barrera. A Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Barrera will share helpful tips for effectively managing behaviors related to dementia and Alzheimer’s. To give you respite from your responsibilities, we’re hosting Mr. DJ’s Hollywood Quiz Show – a fun, interactive game show featuring an authentic, 4 team podium, digital scoring and hand-held clickers. Later in the week, George Robson III, the son of an EPOCH resident, will lead an informative discussion on the global economy. Finally, author Joshua Delany will discuss the wrecked pirate ship the Whydah. This sure is a great week for history buffs at EPOCH! Keep reading to learn more.

EPOCH welcomes Abigail by Gail for Colonial presentation (Jan. 22)

From animals in art to free balance tests for seniors

The popular program Art Matters returns to our community in Brookline for a presentation on the role animals have played in art over the years. That event is happening tomorrow. Elsewhere in Massachusetts, our community in Norton will welcome much loved singing and karaoke group Lady Ann and DJ ICE for a performance. Finally, one of our Providence, RI communities will host a free balance screening for seniors with local therapists conducting the screens. Lunch is included, so stop by. See you soon!

EPOCH welcomes back Art Matters (Oct. 9)

CHESTNUT HILL – Art Matters, an art awareness and education program, is returning to EPOCH Assisted Living at Boylston Place, 615 Heath St., on Tuesday, Oct. 9 at 2 p.m. for a discussion about the roles animals have historically played in art. This event is free, but space is limited. Please RSVP by calling 617-244-6400. For more information about EPOCH, call 617-244-6400.

Come one, come all: Variety of events at EPOCH this week

We have a huge variety of things happening across our communities this week, even more so than usual. Several communities are putting on some really unique events, including a heath seminar on coffee and chocolate (yum!) and a martial arts demonstration with two expert martial artists. We’re also welcoming a husband-wife musical duo at our Providence community for a Broadway performance later this week. Keep reading for all the details!

The scoop on coffee, chocolate and health at Boylston Place (Sept. 11)

CHESTNUT HILL – EPOCH Assisted Living at Boylston Place, 615 Heath St., is thrilled to welcome Ava Hallam, RN, for a presentation called “Coffee and Chocolate: The Good, Bad and Ugly,” on Tuesday, Sept. 11 at 3 p.m. Hallam will offer her professional insights into the health-related aspects of indulgences like coffee and chocolate. This event is free, but space is limited. Please RSVP to Julie Bolt at 617-879-2589. For more information about EPOCH, call 617-244-6400.

Summertime favorites: live music at EPOCH

Summer is a great time for live music. Stop by our Providence community later this week for a performance but the famous Singing Trooper, Dan Clark. Clark performs across the state and country and has sung with the Boston Pops and in Fenway. Or, join us on the Cape for a sing-along with guitarist Harry French. In addition to these two dynamic performers, we have several other events happening this week at our communities – keep reading for info!

Photographer presents slide show at Boylston Place (July 24)

CHESTNUT HILL – EPOCH Assisted Living at Boylston Place, 615 Heath St., will welcome well known photographer Frank Binder for a slide show and discussion called “New York” on Tuesday, July 24 at  This event is free, but space is limited. Please RSVP to Julie Bolt at 617-879-2589. For more information about EPOCH, call 617-244-6400.

Guitarist Harry French to host sing-along at EPOCH (July 25)

 
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