November 20, 2014

The Garden Club of Larchmont presents:

Surf & Turf:  Making Environmental Connections between Landscaping and the Long Island Sound

Sunday, November 23rd, 2014

Village Community Room, Larchmont

Refreshments at 3:30 PM

Lecture at 4-5 PM

Judy Preston, MS in Botany (Field Naturalist Program, UVM), MEM (Yale Forestry School), Master Gardener, Master Composter, NOFA-certified Organic Land Care practitioner, and CT Outreach Program Coordinator for the Long Island Sound Study (LISS) will discuss how our love affair with the American lawn is causing the Sound to choke on excess nitrogen. Come learn about the Sound and Sound Gardening practices that can help protect the waters and living marine resources of this nationally significant estuary that is an important economic and recreational asset for NY and CT residents.

co-sponsored by:

Coastal Zone Management Commission
Environmental Committee of the Village of Larchmont
Sustainability Committee of the Town of Mamaroneck
Friends of the Library
Larchmont Historical Society
Town of Mamaroneck
Village of Larchmont

A Day in the Life of Larchmont – Photo Book

September 26, 2012

5:33 pm Larchmont Train Station by Elisabeth Pollaert Smith

Exhibition Keepsake Book – Available Now

“A Day in the Life of Larchmont” is now available to own in a beautiful, color, hardbound keepsake book.

On October 20, 2011, over 50 photographers, some professional and most gifted amateurs,  captured hundreds of images of a single Autumn day in Larchmont.  Many of the images, which beautifully captured the flavor of life here on an ordinary day, were selected and the photographs have been exhibited over the past year in different venues. The keepsake book, designed by Rosemary Mancino, a Larchmont photographer herself (www.roseartphotos.com), is an edited selection from the exhibit.

To purchase a book for $40.00 , please contact Lynne Crowley, the Larchmont Historical Society’s archivist, at 381-2239 or email at archives@larchmonthistory.org.  All proceeds  benefit the Larchmont Historical Society.

In addition, the book is for sale at Bradley’s Cafe, 2 Chatsworth Ave,  Larchmont Art & Custom Framing, 1899 Palmer Ave., and now at Anderson’s Book Shop, 96 Chatsworth Ave.

The Day in the Life of Larchmont book is also available for purchase online:

A Day in the Life of Larchmont – includes shipping and sales tax

2011 LHS House Tour May 15th

January 17, 2011

The House Tour takes place today – Sunday May 15th – from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm.  There have been intermittent brief rain showers but the houses are all within a brief walking distance, so bring an umbrella and enjoy the tour.

Online Ticket Purchasing is now closed. You can purchase your tickets and House Tour Journal at the corner of Mayhew Avenue and Stuyvesant Avenue. Look for the historically-dressed firefighters. You can pay with cash, check or credit card.

The Tour is open to Historical Society members and the public. The following are the ticket prices:

  • House Tour and Reception: Members $45, Guests $55

Ticket Pick-up: If you purchased your tickets online or by mail, you can pick up your tickets and House Tour Journal at the corner of Mayhew Avenue and Stuyvesant Avenue at the time of the House Tour. Look for the historically-dressed firefighters.

  • House Tour Sunday May 15th, 1:00-5:00 pm
  • Reception: Sunday May 15th, 3:00-6:00 pm

Click here for more information: - LHS House Tour Tickets.