Silver Connections 55+ Group

Silver Connections is The LOFT's LGBT 55+ Senior Outreach Program.

Silver Connections is designed to encourage socialization and continued learning in adults, 55 and older. The group holds meetings focused around learning new topics and skills, inter-generational conversation, peer support, and community outings.


Silver Connections hosts two Open Houses on the 2nd Saturday & 4th Tuesday of each month. These meetings feature a community presenter and lite lunch, and run from 11:30am to 1:00pm.

Next Open House Meetings:

Saturday, May 12th & Tuesday, May 22nd


Saturday, May 12th Showcase:

2nd Saturday Open House


"It's Not Just Black & White"

by Mitchell Visoky

Join your Silver Connections friends to see Artist and LOFT Member, Mitchell Visoky's "It's Not Just Black & White" art show at the Mamaroneck Artists Guild Gallery.

Learn about Mitchell's process and work as he joins us for an exclusive gallery talk!

Grab a bite to eat after the gallery with the group at a local restaurant.

Please meet the group by 12:00pm at:

Mamaroneck Artists Guild Gallery

126 Larchmont Avenue, Larchmont, NY

RSVP to Shepard at (914) 948-2932 x13 or



Tuesday, May 22nd Showcase:

4th Tuesday Open House

Preparing for Weather Emergencies: A Resource Guide for Westchester County

by Jessica Guiracocha, Health Promotion and Education intern from Lehman College

We've experienced our fair share of unpredictable and even dangerous weather conditions recently.

Join us for a discussion on tips and local resources available to best prepare for the next winter storm or natural disaster!

What you will learn at this meeting?

* Tips for storm preparedness

* How to locate emergency resources such as shelter and warming stations

* Where you can go to make sure your furry family members are safe during weather emergencies

We'll also be gearing up for summer weather by making sure you know how to stay healthy and safe through these rising temperatures!


The LOFT's Silver Connections program is made possible by grants from the Westchester County Department of Senior Programs and Services, New York State Department of Health, New York State Office for Aging, and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.