The COA is offering a variety of onsite and virtual opportunities for learning, exercising, and socializing this fall. In-person programs will continue to return slowly as we move through the fall as it is safe to do so. For accessibility, we will continue to offer a variety of virtual programs in our robust line-up of offerings.
Check out What's Up at the Weston COA with Program & Volunteer Coordinator Kristen Frady for September highlights, including:
- Coffee and Conversation
- Happy Fall Grab and Go
- Legendary Singer Pavarotti
- Rembrandt & Vermeer
- Raw and Living Foods
- Bridge for Beginners & Bridge Clinic
- The Two Koreas—Is There an End in Sight?
- Be a Part of Regis Masters Students’ Experiential Learning
- Trail Walk to Forbes Conservation Land and Sears Land
- One last ride to Russo’s Market on Monday, September 13, 1:00-3:00
- The return of monthly rides to Natick Mall
Now that some of our programs are back in-person, we’re using the MySeniorCenter (MSC) check-in service to sign in for programs. Please remember to bring your MSC key tag when you come to the COA. If you have misplaced yours, please ask for a new one at the front desk the next time you stop by.
We are working closely with Town Hall and the Board of Health to monitor the virus and provide a safe environment for everyone. We will provide updates via email and our website to notify residents of any changes made to the September calendar.
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