Waterstone at the Circle presents endless opportunities for personal growth, enjoyment and fulfillment. Our active, engaging independent living community plans daily activities and provides access to any resources you may need to pursue your personal hobbies and interests.
Cultural, educational, and social programs are an integral part of life at The Circle, both on campus and off. On campus, for example, residents might:
- Participate in community art exhibitions
- Enjoy learning something new in our interactive computer, cooking, creative arts and gardening classes
- Attend historical lectures and film reviews
- Catch up on current events in our well-stocked libraries
- Gather with friends and family in our outdoor living spaces
- Participate in religious observances and celebrations
Off-campus options might include:
- Taking our car service to the Boston Symphony Orchestra or a sporting event
- Joining friends for a museum tour or harbor event
- Playing a round of golf
- Visiting a popular new restaurant in town
- Day trips to local attractions
- Shopping and more!
Simply put, Waterstone at the Circle has what you need and want to make your dream retirement a reality.