Here’s a round-up of the latest Wellesley, Mass., business news:
Wellesley Bank in Wellesley Square to take a summer break
Wellesley Bank will close for renovations starting July 22nd for approximately four weeks to refresh and revitalize the interior. They plan in keeping the ATM up and running as much as possible during the renovation. Also, the Linden Square location will remain open for all your banking needs.
There seems to be a bit of a bank-renovation trend moving through Wellesley. Last month, Needham Bank celebrated its spruced up digs, complete with a ribbon cutting and a nice buffet lunch.
CouCou clearance in Wellesley
CouCou, the stylish kids’ clothing & more store that opened on the Belclare retail strip last summer, will close its Wellesley shop later this summer and concentrate on its Boston and online businesses. As they move toward moving out, they’ve priced all the merchandise to move.
CouCou is on a reduced schedule, so make sure you call and make sure they’re open before you go in (781-489-5168). Right now, they’re on a Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, 10:30am – 6pm schedule (closed July 4, of course).
Town of Wellesley looking for an IT pro
Welleley is looking for a full-time IT Applications and Project Manager to work closely with Town managers to review current procedures and practices and make recommendations for strategic improvements. The right candidate will be a change agent who uses sound project management practices to identify the appropriate resources, assembles project teams, and manages the budget, scheduling, and delivery of assigned initiatives. Anticipated hiring range, $82-95K. More information here.
Wellesley author visits
Wellesley Books will host the following authors this month:
7/22 Caitlin Krause – “Mindful by Design: A Practical Guide for Cultivating Aware, Advancing, and Authentic Learning Experiences” [free]
7/23 J.A. Walsh – “Purpose of Evasion” [free], in conversation with William A. Gavin