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The office will be closed for the holiday

OK I'm Home! Now what do I do?

The above link will take you to a page of ideas and activities that you can enjoy from the comfort of your own home, ideas including games, museum tours, musical programs, exercise classes and much more. The link will be updated with new ideas every few days so check back regularly.

Welcome to Newton at Home
, a non-profit membership organization founded by a small group of Newton residents who wanted to build a community of friendship and support among older Newton residents.

NAH offers a wide variety of vital services and social activities that help its members live safe, active, and connected lives in the places that mean the most to them: their homes and apartments, their neighborhood, and their city.
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Remember "The Bridges of Madison County"? Well, here are 2 covered bridges off the Kancamagus Highway in north-central New Hampshire. The Bath bridge is right in the town of Bath. I liked the late afternoon light streaming through the windows on its left side. The other images are all of the Swiftwater bridge, which crosses the Ammonoosuc River. Although these old bridges are scenic and beautiful, my favorite thing is to walk slowly around inside, enjoying and appreciating the engineering that went into building them. When I put my hands on the timbers, I feel in touch with our New England history.
Photographs by Newton at Home volunteer Rich Snider

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  • Delightful Channel 5 (WCVB) story of Johnny’s Luncheonette and Newton at Home providing soup treats for our members. Thank you, Johnny’s.
  • The Boston Globe included Hope Dauwalter, one of our original members and a former Board member, in their stories about people we’ve lost to Covid-19. We will miss her warmth, enthusiasm, and leadership.
  • Newton at Home’s announcement of our Social Memberships and its benefits is included in Rachel Kagno's Neighbor Post in the Newton Patch. NAH’s Social members may attend all programs and events such as lectures, trips to museums and historical sites, group dining activities, as well as enjoy participation in a variety of affinity groups.
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