Are you new to downtown Boston? Have you lived here a long time and want to make your life more interesting and engaged? Are you 50 years old or older? Do you want to remain in your neighborhood and your own home as you get older? Have you heard about this thing called Beacon Hill Village and wondered, “Is this something I’d benefit from or would enjoy?”
Good questions deserve good answers, and that’s what you’ll get from joining Beacon Hill Village members and downtown Boston neighbors at Cambridge Trust’s branch bank at 65 Beacon Street on Thursday, June 27 at 6 p.m.
For more than a decade Beacon Hill Village has offered downtown residents fun, camaraderie, new friendships, access to information about their well-being and the practical help—grocery shopping, transportation, emergency help and referrals to vetted service providers in home repair, computer skills and home care—that people need as they grow older.
Even if you don’t need all the help the Village can provide, membership is an insurance policy to make sure it’s there when you do need it.
Beacon Hill Village, the first in the nation, has inspired a whole movement of adults taking matters into their own hands to stay in their homes in the neighborhoods they love. There are now more than 100 Villages in operation throughout the country and many more in development.
Be part of this independence movement. Join Village enthusiasts on June 27 and learn how you can enjoy the what Beacon Hill Village offers. To RSVP, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (617)723-9713.