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Mother's Day Gift
Music, Music!
Looking Ahead

Current Events Club

Whether you're on the left, the right, or in the middle, you'll find the Thursday morning conversation about the events that are shaping our world a great way to start the day.


Led by At Home on the Sound's own Bob Hiden, the Current Events Club will meet at 9 a.m. this Thursday, April 14, at the Nautilus Diner. $10 covers breakfast and gratuities.

Needles Network
Do you knit, crochet or needlepoint -- or wish you knew how?
The At Home on the Sound Needles Network meets alternate Wednesday at the office, 545 Tompkins Ave., Mamaroneck (The rear of Briggs Antiques), from 3:30 to 5 p.m.
Hope to see you -- and your needles - this Wednesday, April 14.

Questions? Call 914 899-3150.  
Gentle Yoga

Each Monday from 10-11a.m. you'll find members of At Home on the Sound stretching and strengthening through the Gentle Yoga workshop at United Methodist Church. No need to pre-register, just show up. Call the office for information on costs, clothing or other questions.

Board of Trustees
Rev. Richard Allen
Teddi Becker
Jean Marie Brescia 
Peg Cozzi
Bill Dentzer
Ellie Fredston
Emily Grotta 
David Hachey
Simon Marlow
Friedhilde Milburn
Leslie Molinoff
Kathy Parter
Penny Oberg
Lynn Reichgott
Ira Schwartz
Lois Steinberg
David Willey
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April 2011
 An almost-one-year-anniversary


Dear Friend 
 Elaine Weingarten

It's hard to believe that it is almost one year since I had the good fortune to become the Executive Director of At Home on the Sound. 


While I knew I would be looking forward to the times I would be interacting with members and volunteers, I did not realize how much joy each day would bring.


From my very first  day, the community has been welcoming and supportive, particularly the board, the volunteers and the members. It has been wonderful to work with the Larchmont-Mamaroneck Senior Center, United Hebrew and the local clergy, who have been supportive of our efforts and ready to help us reach those who would benefit from the programs and services of At Home on the Sound.


If you've not yet met me, please give me a call and we'll find a time to chat. I look forward to working with you in the months ahead as we continue to serve the residents in the Larchmont-Mamaroneck area who want to remain in the community they love.


Elaine Weingarten
Executive Director

P.S. Our members and volunteers will be celebrating the first anniversary on June 7th - please mark your calendar!

WedProgramsMake Mother's Day Last All Year

When you give a gift membership to At Home on the Sound, you're giving your mother 12 months of programs, events, lunches with friends, transportation to appointments and access to services that will fill her days.
Almost 100 Larchmont-Mamaroneck residents have already discovered the benefits of being part of At Home on the Sound and are enjoying the programs, lunches and other services that area available.
For less than $1 a day, you can have the comfort of knowing At Home on the Sound is here for someone you love.
To find out more about a gift membership for your mother, grandmother, aunt or someone you love, please call 914.899.3150 or visit

WedProgramsMusic Music, Music on Wednesday, April 20

On Wednesday, April 20, At Home on the Sound will host a special program with The High Point Players, a woodwind quintet that has been playing and concertizing together for four years.
Rebecca Sayles, Eldad Coppens, John Stine, Mary Olsson and Michael Kates share a love of music, years of musical schooling, and extensive orchestral and chamber music training. Their background enable them to bring a variety of interesting and diversified musical interpretations to their repertoire, which ranges from classical to popular music.
This program is so special, we're opening it to the community -- so bring your friends to enjoy an afternoon of wonderful music.
Remember, all Wednesday programs begin with refreshments at 3:30 p.m., program from 4-5:00 p.m. Programs are held in the Rectory Meeting Room of Sts. John and Paul Church. Please park in the lower parking lot, accessible from Weave Street (enter through the stone pillars marked 280) or from Cooper Lane.  

WedProgramsSave the Date!

Looking forward, please mark your calendars for the following:
Wednesday, May 4: Healthy Eating
Wednesday, May 18: Baseball Business from Minors to Majors
Saturday, May 21: technology workshop with students from Mamaroneck H.S.
Tuesday, June 7: 1st Anniversary Party for all volunteers and members