Thurs. 4/24: Sea Cliff Beautification Committee, St. Lukes Church, SC, 10 am; Thurs. 4/24: NS BOE, BOCES budget vote, 7:30 pm; NS Schools Meet the Candidates Night, High School Cafeteria, 8pm
Sat 4/26: Sea Cliff Baseball Parade, 9:15am, meet at Prospect Park; parade begins at 10;
Sat. 4/26 Offbeat Artifacts, Village Green (all proceeds benefit the library), 8:00 am - 12:30 pm
Monday, April 14 - Sunday, April 20, 2014
The public will have the opportunity to learn about the candidates' backgrounds, qualifications, and positions on issues at a Meet the Candidates forum to be held at the North Shore High School on Thursday, April 24, at 8 pm.
Incumbent School Board Trustees Amy Beyer, who has been on the Board since 2002, and Tom Knierim, who has served for three years, have chosen to not seek re-election. The board has seen considerable turnover in recent years. When the new members are sworn in in July, only one of the seven Trustees, Board President Herman Berliner, will have been on the board for more than one term.
On May 20, in addition to the Trustees election, residents will also have the opportunity to vote on the 2014-15 school budget of $95,850,329 - a l.98% rise over 2013-14; and a tax levy of 87,886,066 - an increase of 1.5% over this year.
UPCOMING LOCAL MUSIC
THE OAK ROOM TAVERN
LOCAL EVENTS THIS WEEKEND
On Saturday, April 26, the Music Program at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Sea Cliff, NY will host a special springtime event titled C’mUnityBloom: Music for Renewal. Featured are two works very rarely heard in live performances: JS Bach’s Goldberg Variations (1741) and Steve Reich’s Music for 18 Musicians (1976). St. Luke’s Director of Music and the Arts, Paul Baserman, pianist, and the QC Un-semble, under the direction of Queens College Professor of Music, Michael Lipsey, will present these masterworks, accompanied by The North Shore Yoga All-Stars. READ MORE
Learn how to make a light up mother’s day card at this
do it yourself workshop.
You can make with a purpose all by yourself and
surprise your Mom! Saturday, April 26, 2014 12:30 to 1:30pm at the Sea Cliff Children's Library. Click on image to enlarge.
Tucked back at the end of a long walkway on Sea Cliff Avenue in the center of the village sits Peace Soap, a garage transformed into a shop, which upon entering you will be greeted by a rainbow of colors and melange of fragrances emanating from the artisan soaps of the same name, as well as by a warm welcome from the shop's owner, Sea Cliff resident, Diane Bard. READ MORE
Great Book Guru
This week, Sea Cliff author Dan Fagin was awarded the Pulitzer Prize in the General Non-fiction category for his book Toms River: A Story of Science and Salvation. Click on the image to link to the Great Book Guru's review.
PLAY BALL!!! OPENING DAY FOR SEA CLIFF BASEBALL / NORTH SHORE SOFTBALL ON SATURDAY
The Sea Cliff Little League and North Shore Softball League will officially kick off their seasons on Saturday with an Opening Day Parade. Line up will begin at 9:15 am at Prospect Park, and at 10 am, players will start their march along Sea Cliff Avenue to Clifton Park. In the image above, after handing out uniforms with "The Mayor's Team" emblazoned on the back, Sea Cliff Mayor Bruce Kennedy poses with players from the first and second grade Instructional League team he is sponsoring.
Please join us on Saturday, April 26th, for our Annual Lax Day Celebration at The North Shore HS followed by our Annual Fundraising Event at Still Partners in Sea Cliff!! READ MORE
SCBC AND SEA CLIFF SECOND GRADERS TO OBSERVE ARBOR DAY WITH TREE PLANTING AT GEOGEHAN PARK ON APRIL 29
In observance of Arbor Day, the Sea Cliff Beautification Committee will be hosting a tree planting at Geogehan Park on Tuesday, April 29 at 2:15 pm. This springtime tradition, in which the Sea Cliff School second grade plays the central role, takes place at one of the village's many parks each year. For the past 12 years, the event has been organized by Beautification Committee member Debra Dumas. READ MORE
SCORES SCOUR SEA CLIFF METHODIST CHURCH LAWN IN ANNUAL EASTER EGG HUNT
April 20, 2014 -- Under a spectacular spring sky, and with singular civility, scores of children scoured the lawn surrounding the Sea Cliff Methodist Church for Easter Eggs stuffed with sweet surprises this past Saturday morning. The annual event, open to all, also included games, crafts and an assortment of tasty treats.
Fri 4/25 - Chris Maloy & The Falco Brothers
Wed 4/30 - Matt Pinto Quartet
Fri 5/2 - Bernie Corda Folk, Fiddle and a lot more!
Thurs 4/24 - Hambones
Thurs 5/1 - Bliss Blood Club
Sat 5/3 - dNa
UPCOMING EVENTS IN MAY
Plans are currently under way for North Shore’s first Career/Internship Fair, and we invite local businesses and professionals to participate. The event will be held on Thursday, May 1, at 7 PM in the HS Cafeteria. READ MORE
WARM UP IN SEA CLIFF ON FRIDAY MAY 2
Friday May 2nd is the rain date for "The Warm Up- A Night Out in Sea Cliff." Music starts in front of Musu at 5:30 pm then on Village green from 6:30 to 8:30 pm.
SCBC PLANT SALE IS ONLY 10 DAYS AWAY
Sat. 5/3 - Sea Cliff Beautification Committee Annual Plant Sale
(Click image for more info)
The Friends of Cedarmere, a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization, will host a Spring Benefit Luncheon at 12 pm Sunday, May 4 at Sea Cliff Yacht Club. READ MORE
After a career on Madison Avenue as a "real Mad Man" that began in the mid 1960's, Glen Head Artist Larry Aarons left the advertising and marketing fields in 2012 to return to his first love - creating art. READ MORE