Duxbury is a community that likes to give back. During the 21st Annual Duxbury Community Volunteer Awards Dinner individuals were honored for their commitment to service and their dedication to Duxbury. More than 300 volunteers, all Duxbury residents, have been recognized at the annual dinner since the award’s inception.
Actress and author Marianne Leone enthralled The Village at Duxbury audience as she read excerpts from her new book, Ma Speaks Up: And a First Generation Daughter Talks Back.
The regular fitness-balance class at The Village at Duxbury made way for gardeners during National Garden Month. Fitness instructor Vito Fiorentino led the class in a series of gardening warm-up exercises along with post-gardening stretches.
Spirits were high at The Village at Duxbury as members of the Men’s Chorus and other residents celebrated Opening Day for the 2017 Boston Red Sox.
There is no downside to learning the art of ballroom dancing. A recent class at The Village at Duxbury was brimming with eager dance enthusiasts.
That’s precisely what residents at The Village at Duxbury have the opportunity to do each week, in a watercolor class for all levels, held in the community’s Art Studio, and led by instructor Mary LoPiccolo.
The Duxbury Community Volunteer Award celebrates the spirit of civic responsibility through community service by honoring exemplary Duxbury citizens whose voluntary contributions of time and talent have made a positive impact on the quality of life in our town.
The annual lighting of the Christmas tree at The Village at Duxbury was a joyous occasion. The Village Chorus performed “Oh Christmas Tree,” for a delighted crowd of residents, staff, and family members.
The Village at Duxbury recently honored individuals who served in the United States Armed Forces during World War II with a Salute to Veterans and a luncheon. Veterans shared their stories of service with other residents of the senior living community.
The Village at Duxbury’s latest fitness offering is a ballet class for the novice. Instructor Karen Alexander, who teaches a class in Nia, a form of martial arts that incorporates dance and mindfulness, has had her own dance studio for over a decade.