Club 50 eNewsletter
May 2015
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Connie Braceland
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Club 50 Coordinator
617-928-2338
Karen Condor
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Club 50 Adventures
Mackinac Island featuring The Grand Hotel and the Tulip Festival
May 3-10
 
Winnipesaukee Scenic Railroad Train Ride with Turkey Dinner
& Anheuser-Busch Brewery Tour in Merrimack, NH
Sunday, May 17
 
Niagara Falls (Canada) includes Lucille Ball Desi Arnaz Museum & Center for Comedy in Jamestown, NY
Monday-Thursday, June 8-11
 
DooWop Pop & Rock Luncheon & Show, Lantana’s, Randolph, MA
Monday, June 29
 
New England Revolution vs. New York City FC at Gillette Stadium
With Pre-Game Meal at Putnam Club and Patriot Place Shopping
Saturday, July 18
 
Schooner Thomas E. Lannon in Gloucester
Lobsterbake at Gloucester House
Tuesday, August 4
 
Kinky Boots at Boston Opera House
Pre-Show Dinner at Legal Sea Foods – Park Square
Sunday, August 16
 
New York City: The National September 11 Memorial & Museum and Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island
Saturday & Sunday, September 12 & 13
 
Ireland
September 18-28
 
A Wonderful Life at Goodspeed Opera House, Haddam, CT
Luncheon at the Gelston House
Wednesday, October 28
 
Mystery Trip!
Friday, November 20
 
Holiday Pops, Symphony Hall in Boston
Lunch at Venezia on Boston’s Waterfront
December (Day TBA)
 
Southern California New Year’s Celebration
December 29-January 3


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Special Things Come in Threes!
by Connie Braceland
Karen and I are hearing from more and more of you that you’re so excited the “hibernation winter” is over and you just want to get out there and have fun. We are happy to oblige!
 
  • Don’t miss our Rose Parade Special Presentation next week! Officially titled Southern California New Year’s Celebration and happening December 29 through January 3, we will detail all of our exciting plans and answer your questions on Tuesday, May 12, at 5 p.m., here at the WSB Main Office at Watertown Square. If you want to come and hear about this bucket list trip, please contact us ASAP! 
  • If you’re still on the fence about our trip to the Emerald Isle, we’re hosting an Ireland Special Encore Presentation on Monday, May 18, from 5:30-7 p.m. at Donohue’s in Watertown. We hope you saw our Special Edition eNewsletter about it earlier this week, so please remember to call Karen by May 11 if you want to come and get the scoop on this September 18-28 adventure!
  • And we’re happy to once again offer a Special Discount on Singing for the City: The 8th annual karaoke night on Friday, May 29, is $15 a ticket, but Club 50 members can buy a ticket for only $10! Doors open at 6 p.m. and performances begin at 7 p.m. at the American Legion Hall, 215 Waverley Oaks Road, Waltham. There will be raffle prizes all night, refreshments, and a cash bar. So come sing or just enjoy all the fun and help local charities at the same time. The Rotary Club of Waltham sponsors this truly enjoyable event – we saw some of you there last year and we know you had a great time! – and proceeds benefit charities including Greater Waltham ARC, REACH, The Boys and Girls Club, Gore Place, WATCH, Waltham YMCA, The Rotary Foundation, and Academic and Vocational Scholarships for Waltham students. Tickets will be available at the Club 50 office. And you never know – you may here a rendition of the Club 50 theme song “On the Road Again” with the special Club 50 lyrics!
And thanks to those of you who joined us for our recent Club 50 members-only Open House at The Residence at Watertown Square! We shared some lovely wine and snacks while learning all about the new facility that provides independent, assisted and memory care living, and toured the brand-new building at the corner of Spring and Summer streets.
 
Amidst all of this, don’t forget about our day trips! See “Club 50 Opportunities” for a sports-themed trip – New England Revolution at Gillette Stadium on July 18, with sign-up starting May 23 – and “Save the Date” for one of our always-popular music trips – this time it’s DooWop Pop & Rock on June 29, with sign-up starting June 1.

New England Revolution vs. New York City FC at Gillette Stadium
Date: Saturday, July 18

First day of Signup: Saturday, May 23
Price: $139 Member; $149 Guest
Walkability: moderate: ability to walk at a moderate pace.

Club 50 isn�t the only one celebrating a 20th anniversary � so is Major League Soccer, including the New England Revolution, one of the league�s initial 10 teams.

Catch the five-time MLS Cup winners in action against our Big Apple rivals, the New York City Football Club, for a 7:30 p.m. game (the Revs only home game in July) in which we�ll receive special treatment: We�ll have Revolution Putnam Club Hospitality prior to the game -- a private lounge area and buffet!

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DooWop Pop & Rock
Date: Monday, June 29

First day of Signup: Monday, June 1
Price: $84 Member; $94 Guest
Walkability: very easy: ability to walk with no or minimal incline.

There�s nothing better than live music in the summertime � and Club 50 is ready to boogie!

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Car, Candles, & Coeds in the Connecticut River Valley

Maryann Ridenti and Robert Duquette take a shopping break to take the wheel in the car-themed section of the expansive Yankee Candle Village during the Club 50 day trip to Historic Deerfield in April. We were treated to a gorgeous sunny day that also featured a delicious luncheon at Champney�s Restaurant & Tavern at the Deerfield Inn, followed by a very informative narrated tour of Old Deerfield�s picturesque tree-lined street of beautifully restored colonial-era homes � and we had a few chuckles seeing several Deerfield Academy students sporting their �spring uniform� of suit jackets, ties, and shorts!

Want to see more Club 50 photos? Just click on WSB Photo Album in red on the left or find us on Facebook at Watertown Savings Bank-Massachusetts!

FREE Senior Movie Day at Embassy Cinema

What�s a sure sign of spring? The annual FREE Senior Movie Day!

Stars and Stripes Forever is this year�s main attraction, Wednesday, May 20, at the Embassy Cinema in Waltham, starting at 12:30 p.m. with entertainment and trivia by Bobby Vanaria.

In addition to free admission and refreshments, there will also be raffle prizes and goodie bags given away by event sponsors Joyce Funeral Home, The Chateau, Mount Auburn Hospital, and Watertown Savings Bank.

For anyone not familiar with the film, it�s the inspirational story of John Philip Sousa, the American music legend who wrote the rousing and patriotic march heard every Fourth of July. Three-time Academy Award nominee Clifton Webb shines as Sousa �The March King,� along with Robert Wagner, Debra Paget, and Ruth Hussey.

Reserve your seat by calling Maura at Joyce Funeral Home at 781-894-2895, Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

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