Orchard Cove offers a mix of cultural activities, art workshops and presentations, health and wellness programs, computer courses, and much more. We believe having the opportunity to participate in a variety of interesting and pertinent activities is a vital link to staying healthy and living well.
You and your family members are invited to attend and registration is required in advance. To register, please call our Sales Office at 781-821-1730.
Please sign up on our Contact Us page to receive advance email event invitations. All events take place in the Ballroom at Orchard Cove.
Friday, February 16 at 11:00 a.m. -The Houses of the Fiction: Henry James & The Making of an American Masterpiece
presented by Smith College Professor of English Language & Literature Michael Gorra
This lecture looks at the relation between the real and the imagined places behind James's 1881 The Portrait of a Lady, examining the places where he set it, and those in which he wrote it, tracing the border between his life and his art.
Wednesday, February 21 at 2:00 p.m. - Boston. Racism. Image. Reality.
presented by Boston Globe and Spotlight Team Reporter Akilah Johnson
This lecture is a follow up to the seven part Boston Globe Spotlight Team series around racism in Boston. The question at hand: Is Boston a racist city? Akilah will provide an overview touching on the past, present and future of Boston and its connection with racial discrimination.
Wednesday, February 28 at 7:30 p.m. - Bille, Ella, Lena & Eartha
presented by The Boston Conservatory at Berklee Associate Professor of Theater Christopher Caggiano
There may have been at least Four Ladies of Song in mid-20th Century America. Join us and listen as we enjoy the stylings and the stories of four women who defined vocals and jazz for decades.