As we continue to watch guidance of the Department of Public Health and Covid-19 numbers in the Boston area and Massachusetts, Sophia Snow Place assesses what protocols we need to have in place for the safety of our staff, residents, families and the larger community. We are excited that our dining room is now open for
The winners of our recent grocery raffle – a grocery bag stuffed with goodies with paper towels on-the-side – are Joan Bisson and Claire Sylva. Almost all of our Independent Living residents participated, and for $1 a chance were the possible lucky recipients of one of the two bags whose contents were carefully selected with
March 19th at 2 pm in the Great Room Presented by Boston Women’s Heritage Trail member Mary Smoyer In celebration of the centennial passage of the 19th amendment, the Boston Women’s Heritage Trail is presenting the story of local leaders and significant events in the crusade to gain the right to vote at public libraries
May 12th at 2 pm in the Great Room. Presented by author Barbara F. Berenson “In her accessible history, Berenson focuses her spotlight on Bay State women who catalyzed the effort to gain women’s right to vote on a local and national level. The book makes a case for determination, perseverance and patience to bring
Join us for a special evening, November 5th at 7pm, with the Brookline Community Band. This an all-inclusive community concert band rehearses and performs in the Greater Boston Area. They play a variety of music, primarily traditional concert band fare, such as Broadway and movie music, marches, and classical music arrangements.