Wellesley Food Pantry 207 Washington St, Wellesley Hills, MA02481 This food pantry serves people in need of food assistance by accepting donations on Mondays, 9am to 11am. The pantry…More dispenses food on Tuesdays from 9am to 11am, and on the second Tuesday of each month from 6pm to 7pm. The pantry is closed whenever schools in Wellesley are closed. Note that this facility is located inside the Wellesley Hills Congregational Church (there is no street number on the sign).
Hastings Village 62 Hastings St, Wellesley Hills, MA02481 Hastings Village in Wellesley is an apartment complex located close to downtown Wellesley. The complex's modern and…More stylish units feature private garages, decks and updated kitchens with stainless steel appliances and granite countertops. The village is close to MBTA stops and major roadways.
Wellesley Community Child Care Centre 308 Weston Rd, Wellesley, MA02482 The Wellesley Community Child Care Centre is a nonprofit organization that has been up and running since 2007. The…More center is located in the old Wellesley Free Library on Weston Road, and provides a close setting where the teachers are able to give the children more personal attention. The children are picked up from school Monday through Friday at noon, and cared for until 6pm. The center accommodates ages 5 - 9, and has a maximum capacity of 20 children.
Papa Razzi Newton Lower Falls 14 Washington St, Wellesley Hills, MA02481 Papa Razzi is a chain that is a part of the Back Bay Restaurant Group. Its location in Wellesley Hills puts it in close…More proximity to a number of office buildings, making it a favorite for business lunches and dinners. Tastefully appointed, this trattoria and bar serves up freshly prepared Northern Italian fare in a convivial atmosphere.
Salem Five 40 Grove St, Wellesley, MA02482 Salem Five is a mortgage brokerage located on Grove Street in Wellesley. This office is not generally open to the…More public, but is used by mortgage officers for closings and other scheduled meetings with customers. Visit the Web site for more information about the banking and financial services group.
Mollie Johnson Interiors, Inc. 1 Hollis St, Wellesley, MA02482 Mollie Johnson Interiors, Inc. is an interior design firm located on Hollis Street in Wellesley. The firm's designers…More work closely with clients to create unique and attractive residential spaces. To schedule a consultation, call the firm during regular business hours.
Sprague Elementary School 401 School St, Wellesley, MA02482 Sprague Elementary School, located on School Street in Wellesley, opened for the first time in 1924. The school closed…More in the 1970s, but was refurbished and re-opened in 2002. About 400 students currently attend the elementary school, which is headed by principal Donna Dankner. The school is supported by an active Parent Teacher Organization (PTO), which maintains its own supplemental school Web site and works to improve education and communication between parents, the school and the town.
Italo American Educational Club of Wellesely 80 Oak St, Wellesley, MA02482 Italo American Educational Club is a private, members-only club. Membership is closed, but guests of members are…More permitted to visit. A hall seating up to 150 people is available for weddings, showers or any other social or business occasion.
Sun Life Financial 93 Worcester St, Wellesley, MA02481 Sun Life Financial is a major international financial services firm operating locally at this office on Worcester…More Street. The office specializes in providing insurance and investment solutions for individuals, families and businesses. Experienced agents work closely with each client to offer personalized solutions tailored to specific goals.
The youngest of the town's Catholic parishes, St. James The Great was among those slated for closure in 2004. Since…More then, a group of area Catholics, including St. James parish members, have maintained a daily vigil at the church.
The Vatican has recently upheld the decision to close the church, along with nine other parishes, but the vigil holders hope to work out a compromise with the Archdiocese of Boston.