Wednesday, February 20, 2019

Culinary Workshop at Wilson Farm

Culinary Workshop with
Chef Raymond Ost

Wednesday, February 27th, 2019 • 6pm - 8pm 

Our Executive and French Master Chef Raymond Ost is leading his second cooking demo of the year: The class is $50 per person, and includes hands-on direction (yes, YOU will be cooking!) from Chef Ost and his team. RSVP is required and space is limited. Call 781-862-3900 now to register!

Menu Includes:
  • Appetizer - Saffron Mussels Veloute with Anise Star
  • Main Course - Fresh Halibut Wellington with a Shallot Riesling Sauce and Fresh Asparagus Bundle
  • Dessert - Blueberry & Raspberry Mille-Feuille with Chocolate Drizzle

Upcoming Event

Farmer's Breakfast
March 9th & 10th • 10am - 2pm •
Join us for our annual Farmer's Breakfast on March 9th & 10th from 10am - 2pm . Some of our incredible vendors and our own bakery & kitchen will be preparing a delicious breakfast array for you and your family to enjoy.

Monday, February 11, 2019

Learn to Dance with your Valentine!

Keep the Valentine romance going! Join db studios for a night out with your love! Our Valentine's Dance will be held on February 15th from 8:15 pm - 10:00 pm! The evening will consist of a beginner Tango class, champagne, chocolate treats, and social dancing. No dance experience needed, spend an evening learning something new and connecting with your loved one. It's the perfect date night, $20 per person. 

RSVP by emailing:
442 Marrett Road | Lexington, MA | 02421

Also check out our youth and wedding first dance classes as well as adult ballroom classes and many other dance styles. Visit for more information.

Friday, February 8, 2019

Decluttering Tips for Lexington, MA Homeowners

As Lexington MA homeowners, we tend to keep more than we need! Decluttering is smart for everyone, but essential for home sellers. As your Lexington real estate agent, allow me to share a few tips with you!

Mario Kondo’s KonMari Method of Tidying Up has gained a lot of attention among those watching her Netflix series. Even if you don't have Netflix, you can follow her tips:

1.  Tidy up by category, not location. Start with clothes, then move to books, papers, miscellaneous, and finally, sentimental.
2.  Keep the things that speak to your heart and bring you joy. Discard the ones that no longer spark joy. She says to thank them for their service, then let them go.
3.  Think of decluttering as creating an environment that improves the quality of your life, rather than just “getting rid of stuff.”

If you’re selling your Lexington home, think of it also as a way to attract buyers and to get a fast sale! When ready to accomplish your Lexington real estate market goals, contact me, your Lexington MA real estate agent!

Theresa D'Antuono