Wed 3/26: Sea Cliff Village Court, Village Hall 7:30 pm; Old Brookville Zoning Board Meeting, OB Village Hall, 6 pm; Wed 4/2 - Sea Cliff Zoning Board of Appeals, Village Hall, 8pm
Thursday, 4/3 - State Senator Carl Marcellino Mobile Office, Sea Cliff Village Hall, 9:30am - 12:30 pm. SC Village Hall: North Shore Board of Education Meeting, NS HS Library, 7:30 pm.
Monday, March 17 - Sunday, March 23, 2014
WITH RESPONSIBLE SPENDING PLAN IN PLACE, DISTRICT SHOULD APPLY SAME WISDOM TO REVENUE SIDE OF BUDGET
The North Shore Schools Superintendent has wisely proposed a fiscally responsible spending plan that keeps costs in check, in part as a result of needed administrative restructuring. Hopefully the district will apply the same sort of wisdom to the revenue side of the budget by resisting the temptation to make a well-intentioned but politically expedient gesture that would save taxpayers $1 per month - and instead put before voters a tax levy that is not only within the legal limit of 1.898%, but that will also prolong the district's financial health and protect both educational programs and residents' property values. READ MORE
March 23, 2014 -- Despite a non-competitive race this year, 179 residents cast votes in the Sea Cliff Board of Trustees and Village Justice election. READ MORE
Posted March 23, 2014 -- Over the weekend of March 1st, at Drexel University, Sea Cliff resident Amanda Sobhy, a junior at Harvard, successfully defended her individual national collegiate title, by defeating Kanzy El Defrawy of Trinity in three games to win the 2014 Individual Championships.
March 23, 2014 -- The Sea Cliff Arts Council hosted a reception for local artist John Murello at the Sea Cliff Library this past Sunday, March 23rd.
The Polaroid transfer prints exhibited are a creative application of photography and hand coloring with various mediums. Utilizing only the negative portion of "peel apart" Polaroid color film, which is usually discarded then transferring it to a surface other than Polaroid media. READ MORE
The Glenwood Glen Head Business Association's Adopt-A-Flag campaign gives local residents and business owners the opportunity to sponsor the display of an American flag in the Glen Head - Glenwood Landing business district on Memorial Day and during the week preceding the federal holiday. READ MORE
March 23, 2014 -- With more than $1,000,000 having already been shaved from the initial budget draft over the past month, Schools Superintendent Dr. Ed Melnick, has recommended trimming an additional $200,000 from next year's spending plan, and reducing the tax levy to a level well below the cap imposed by New York State. READ MORE
BETTER KNOW A BUSINESS
March 26, 2014 -- Willie Jack Degel, owner of Jack's Shack in Glen Head, describes his restaurant as a "fast, casual, all-natural organic eatery, where diners can customize their meals to their liking."
Opened in the fall of 2010, and located right in the center of town, Jack's Shack offers an eclectic mix of healthy sandwiches, burgers, tacos, salads, and smoothies. "The menu," Mr. Degel exuberantly proclaims, "is based on foods that I love! READ MORE
SEA CLIFF SINGERS PERFORM AT NASSAU COLISEUM
The Sea Cliff Elementary School choral group, "Sea Cliff Singers," performed at the Nassau Coliseum this past Sunday afternoon during the intermission following the first period of the Islanders- Columbus Blue Jackets game. The group, led by music teacher Ashley Bordes sang a cappella the German folk song "Lachen, Singen". The Islanders won 2-0.
VIKING MASQUERS TRANSFORM NORTH SHORE HIGH INTO RYDELL
by Shelly Newman
North Shore Schools, Glen Head - North Shore High turned into Rydell High on March 21st and March 22nd as the Masquer’s proudly presented America’s favorite musical GREASE! As anticipated, the show was sold out as enthusiastic friends and family members packed the theatre to take a trip back to the 50’s and sing-along with Danny, Sandy, the T-Birds, Pink Ladies, and the rest of the talented cast of Grease! Popular songs included Greased Lightnin, Summer Loving, You’re the One That I Want, and We Go Together – just to name a few! READ MORE
NORTH SHORE'S MOCK TRIAL TEAM AMONG TOP EIGHT IN NASSAU COUNTY
by Shelly Newman
March 25, North Shore Schools, Glen Head - The Nassau County Mock Trial Tournament, the largest in New York State, is a four-month long tournament involving 48 schools. After defeating Manhasset, Herricks, Seaford and Massapequa, North Shore’s Team has progressed to the Quarter-Final round for the first time in approximately 17 years. READ MORE
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WARM UP IN SEA CLIFF ON APRIL 4
Sea Cliff is ready to Warm Up!
Chill Out was such a success, we are doing it again. Warm Up in Sea Cliff is Friday, April 4th, 2014.
The night begins with live music on the Village Green, in front of Sea Cliff Library. READ MORE
The North Shore Community Chorus, under the direction of Stephen Goldstein, will present the harmonious choral work and songs of Franz Schubert, one of the greatest and most frequently performed Romantic composers, at North Shore High School, 450 Glen Cove Avenue, Glen Head, on Saturday April 5, at 8:00 p.m. READ MORE
GLEN GARDEN CLUB SPRING LUNCHEON
Wed 4/23- Glen Garden Club of Glen Head Spring Luncheon, Swan Club 11 am
Sat. 5/3 - Sea Cliff Beautification Committee Annual Plant Sale
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UPCOMING LOCAL MUSIC
THE OAK ROOM TAVERN
Wed 3/26 - Ed Kaercher, 8 pm
Fri 3/28 - Joe Ciampa & Friends, 8 pm
STILL PARTNERS, Sea Cliff
Thurs 3/27 - Jason Crosby Band, 8 pm
Sat 3/29 - Tiberius, 8 pm
METROPOLITAN BISTRO, Sea Cliff
First Friday each month- Meridian