Calendar of Events
If you thrive on social interaction and planned activities, you’ll find plenty of options to keep busy when you call The Overlook home. We offer a wide variety of events, clubs and outings to keep life fun and interesting on a daily basis! There is every opportunity to enjoy life here with old friends and new.
At The Overlook, we regularly host events to bring residents together and to promote fun.
On Friday nights from 4:30 to 6:30 pm, we serve hors d’oeuvres and you bring your favorite drink!
Concerts in the Courtyard
Our summer concert series are on Fridays at 7 pm. Kick off your weekends with live bands, great friends and drinks!
To encourage you to get out and get moving, we offer a number of opportunities that focus on activity and fitness — and many are lead by residents who are passionate about what they do.
Calling all tennis lovers, tennis continues every Saturday morning at 10 am. See you on the courts!
Come work your body and mind with this nature-loving group.
Exercise your green thumb in our community garden. Bring your gardening gloves!
Studies have shown that learning a new language, a new technique or a new experience helps keep your brain healthy and improves memory retention. Some of those offerings are:
Fall Scholar in Residence Program
Visiting scholars from different disciplines facilitate workshops at The Overlook.
Topics include history, art and music.
Quilting, scrapbooking, knitting, beer crafting and tasting — if you love to “create” we’ve got clubs and classes just for you. Bring your talent and passion and spend time with others who share the same interests.
Get your hops on with The Overlook Brew Crew. This club crafts their own beer while endeavoring to master brewing through practice and education.
Art & Conversation
Gather to discuss art, sculpture, writing and more. A great time to create while enjoying stimulating conversation!
We’ve joined together to learn new music, rehearse and present winter and spring concerts.
Whether you’re a skilled wood worker or interested in learning the trade, join us in our professional woodshop.
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Massachusetts Retirement Community
Our retirement community is located in Worcester county. A short drive from Boston, Hartford and Providence.