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Neighbors Helping Neighbors

to Age in Place


Seaglass Village is a community of neighbors in Marblehead, Nahant, and Swampscott helping each other maintain our dignity, independence, freedom, and safety as we age in place in our homes. 

A non-profit membership organization that relies on volunteers, Seaglass Village offers our members

  • services, such as transportation, light chores, and friendly visits
  • social and recreational gatherings
  • educational programs
  • opportunities to volunteer to help other seniors
  • lists of vendors recommended by other members

Founded in 2021, Seaglass Village has had a very successful first year, with more than 100 members, dozens of volunteers, and myriad connections made. Read more 

Seaglass Village on Swampscott Cable TV 

Executive Director Alyce Deveau was interviewed recently on Swampscott Cable TV, along with member Bobby Cohen and volunteer Bruce Whear

“It’s only three short months since I joined Seaglass Village, but this joyful adventure has completely changed my outlook on life.Read what our members are saying about us!

Enjoy the benefits of membership!  

Volunteer with us!  


Native garden talk
Join us at the Swampscott Senior Center at 2 p.m. for a free talk by the Swampscott Conservancy, “Native Plant Gardens—Why the Plants You Nutrure Matter.” Read more and register

COMING SOON: Table talks, book club, board games, lunches out, and more! Be sure to check our calendar regularly! 

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Seaglass Village follows all federal and state guidelines regarding COVID. At this time, we require that all volunteers and members be vaccinated. If you've attended a Seaglass Village event and subsequently tested positive for COVID, please let the office know.   


Office hours 9 a.m.–1 p.m.
781-718-0401 •

c/o First Church Congregational

40 Monument Ave.
Swampscott, MA 01907

Seaglass Village is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. 


photo credits, left to right: Penny Stratton, Betsy Morris, Margaret Eckman

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