Mon. 11/4 - SC Village Board Conference, Village Hall, 8 pm Thurs. 11/7 - College Financial Aid Planning Presentation, SC Library, 7pm; Thurs. NS BOE Meeting, HS Library, 7:30 pm.
Fri. 11/8 - Chill Out in Sea Cliff, Events begin at 5:30 at the Village Green
Sat. 11/9 - Catching Fire Event, Gold Coast Library, Glen Head, 3- 4 pm.
Monday, October 28 - Sunday, November 3
November 1 -- Glen Cove Mayor Ralph Suozzi held a press conference early Friday afternoon in front of the closed Glen Cove Cinemas on School Street to announce that the theater had been sold to Huntington-based real estate investment firm, the DiNoto Group, and would be re-opening in 2014 - possibly as early as January. The six-screen facility has been closed since March. READ MORE
By Shelly Newman
North Shore Schools, Glen Head, November 1 - On October 25th, Principal Bridget Finder and her students, faculty and staff of Glenwood Landing School participated in a special Japanese Tea Ceremony led by presenters Mrs. Toyomi Shibahara and Mrs. Hiroko Katsuyama, parent organizer Mrs. Hiya Fellows, and narration by Mrs. Lori Ikawa. This authentic, hands-on learning experience was held outside in the beautiful GWL Japanese Garden which was constructed over a year ago by the GWL Garden Club (and design team) under the direction of School-wide Enrichment Teacher Audra Marcantonio. READ MORE
ELECTION DAY 2013 2013 VOTERS GUIDE -TOWN, COUNTY OFFICES CONTESTED ON TUESDAY
Several Nassau County and Towns of Oyster Bay and North Hempstead offices are up for grabs this Election Day including County Executive, representatives for the 11th and 18th county legislative districts, TOB Supervisor, TNH Supervisor, and County judgeships. In addition, six proposed changes to the New York State Constitution will be on the ballot including one allowing for the operation of seven Casinos in New York, and another that increases the allowable age for state court judges. Click here or on the charts for candidate information and the six ballot proposals.
From the Desk of Assemblyman Charles Lavine
On November 11, we will again pay tribute, as we do each year, to the men and women of our great country who serve in the armed forces. We will recognize the sacrifices they make each and every day in wars and conflicts throughout the world; in remote areas of foreign lands, to ensure and protect our freedom in the United States. We will acknowledge the daily hardship their families endure while they are thousands of miles away, missing concerts and soccer games, birthdays and bedtime stories.
As they do each year on November 11, officials will gather at Arlington National Cemetery to pay their respects at the Tomb of the Unknowns. A color guard representing each branch of the military will march in progression, a wreath will be placed at the tomb, and taps will be played. READ MORE
Glen Head Glenwood Business Association, Adopt a Flag Campaign
CHILL OUT IN SEA CLIFF ON FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8
Join us for this first-time Sea Cliff community event to promote our local businesses, musicians, and artists....
The evening commences at 5:30 p.m. in front of Musu on the corner of Sea Cliff Avenue and Central Avenue, with an acoustic performance by the Lazy Dogs.
The acoustic jam continues on the Village Green (across the street from Musu) from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., with performances by Andy Aledort, Chris Kinnear, and friends, followed by RiDE with special musical guests (weather permitting).
The pubs and restaurants of Sea Cliff will have "Chill Out" menu specials and will feature musical entertainment starting at 8:30 pm.
The shops open late and host special "Chill Out" Happenings.
Should be a great night out on the town... Join us and spread the word!
Music This Week
THE OAK ROOM TAVERN,Sea Cliff
Wed. 11/6 - Roots Revelators, 8 pm
Fri. 11/8 - The Geoghegar & Shilling Duo, 8 pm
STILL PARTNERS Sea Cliff
Thurs. 11/7 - The Fancy Shapes
Fri. 11/8 - Sea Cliff Chill nite with Ride
Thurs. 11/7 - Presentation: College Financial Aid Planning, Sea Cliff Library, 7 pm.
Sat. 11/9 - Catching Fire Event, Gold Coast Library, 3-4 pm