You’ve always been independent
and lived life on your own terms. If you didn’t like something, you changed it. Work hard, play hard—you’re not going to stop now. This is your time to engage in the life you so richly deserve! At Southgate, you’ll enjoy a host of extraordinary services, meet new people, make new friends, and pursue your passions.
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Southgate is a retirement community
designed to nurture your body, mind, and soul, rekindle your interest in what excites you, and so much more. We offer the best senior living facilities of any retirement community in Massachusetts, including a health club, swimming pool, bowling alley, movie theatre, library, dining room, cafe, and cocktail lounge. The activities are endless!
Wherever your inspiration guides you
either within the security and privacy of your own senior living apartment or just outside your door, Southgate is a place of vibrant possibilities. Bring them to life, all while living in premium surroundings with unsurpassed amenities and the security of knowing that the services you desire are available to you.
Best of all
Southgate is a Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC) offering independent living and assisted living accommodations, along with nursing and rehabilitation care on site, if ever needed.
At Southgate, you will live as richly on the outside as you feel on the inside!
Women’s Circle Breakfasthttp://southgateatshrewsbury.com/event/womens-circle-breakfast-2/
Our speaker for the January 3rd Women’s Circle Breakfast is James Welu, Director Emeritus of the Worcester Art Museum. His presentation is titled “Vermeer’s Mania for Maps.” No other painter from seventeenth century Holland expressed a greater interest in cartography than Jan Vermeer. His detailed depictions of maps and globes coincide with the great age of exploration and map making. As the leading authority on Vermeer’s use of cartographic material, Jim will demonstrate that all of the maps and globes in Vermeer’s paintings can be identified, though few originals still exist. These cartographic objects and the ways in which Vermeer used them not only add further meaning to his allegorical subjects and scenes of everyday life, they also shed light on Vermeer’s working method, including his possible use of the camera obscura. James Welu joined the staff of the Worcester Art Museum in 1974 as Assistant Curator and went on to serve six years as Chief Curator and 25 years as Director.
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