Social Activities

Our Social Activities offer you another way to spend time with other women who’ve also heard the words “You have cancer.”

Perhaps you’re not interested in a support group but would still like to meet and interact with other women in a safe, comfortable environment. Maybe you’re looking for a way to “escape” for a little while, to focus your mind on a fun, relaxing or creative activity, with others who understand what this feels like. Our social gatherings have what you’re looking for.

Our goal is to provide a variety of options to meet your needs and to enhance your quality of life while living with cancer.

Some social activities meet monthly. Others meet at different intervals throughout the year. Please view this page often to check for new offerings. You can also visit our calendar.

All of our programs are free. Pre-registration is REQUIRED. Call us: 914-962-6402 or 800-532-4290.

April Book Club

WHEN: Thursday, April 20, 7-8 pm (NY time)
WHERE: Zoom video conference

Our next Book Club will be on June 15. Please check back for details to come.

Open to people who have or have had breast, ovarian or gynecological cancer. Pre-registration is required no later than 5pm (NY time) on Wednesday, April 19. To learn more or to pre-register, call Support Connection: 914-962-6402 or 800-532-4290.

At the April Book Club, we will discuss The Rose Code by Kate Quinn.

The Rose Code is a historical fiction mystery novel by Kate Quinn, published in 2021. Set in England during and just after World War II, the novel follows the experiences of three women who participate in Bletchley Park’s code-breaking operation, as well as their efforts after the war to uncover a traitor among their colleagues. Their stories highlight the social changes brought on by World War II, especially concerning gender dynamics.

Kate Quinn is the author of several historical fiction novels for adults, including The Empress of Rome series and The Alice Network. Please be advised that The Rose Code includes mention of sexual assault.

Discussion leaders: Fran Contino and a Peer Counselor.  We are always looking for good book suggestions.

We are always looking for good book suggestions. Please send suggested titles to

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Coffee House – Live Music Programs

WHEN: New Program coming in June – check back soon for details!
WHERE: Facebook Live

The Coffee House Music Program is being offered in loving tribute to Don, one of Support Connection’s greatest cheerleaders. Don had a true love and appreciation for music. He encouraged others to find joy in music and understand the benefits it has on health and wellbeing. In his honor, we are sharing a series of virtual live music programs.

The Music Programs are open to clients and caregivers. To register or for more information, call Support Connection at 914-962-6402 or 800-532-4290.

Besides evoking emotions and conjuring up beloved memories, listening to music can offer many healing benefits. Research shows that music can assist with:

  • reducing anxiety
  • boosting energy
  • improving sleep
  • positively increasing mood
  • connecting with others

We invite you to join us for these Coffee House Music Hours and enjoy music and its benefits from the comfort of your own home! Click here to relax and enjoy our most recent program at your own convenience.

Healing Arts

WHEN: New Dates Coming Soon!
WHERE: Zoom video conference

Open to people living with breast, ovarian, or any gynecological cancer.

Relax, unwind, and enjoy yourself with a virtual art program, offered in collaboration with The Art Effect.

No previous experience is necessary. Classes are led by The Art Effect Teaching Artists/Instructors.

Check back shortly for more information!