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
“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!
Seaglass Village was inspired by the Village Movement, an innovative grass-roots movement built on the idea that together we grow stronger. We encourage members to volunteer to help other members; we also encourage non-members to volunteer.
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Office hours 9 a.m.–1 p.m.
AGING BRAVELY: A CONVERSATION FOR 55+, Nov. 16 & 30. The Unitarian Universalist Church of Great Lynn (in Swampscott) is hosting this two-part guided conversation "that directly address aging and end-of-life issues that we all face but do not always want to think about." In-person at the UUGL and via Zoom. Read more and register
Literary Tea and Book Club first Wednesday of each month, 2 p.m., Swampscott Public Library; see the calendar for the next title
Many events are planned for the next few months, offering opportunities to gather and socialize. 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.
Seaglass Village is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.