Mon. 4/21: Sea Cliff Village Board Meeting - Budget Hearing, 7 pm; Old Brookville Board of Trustees Meeting, Village Hall, 6:30
Wed. 4/23: Old Brookville Zoning Board Meeting, Village Hall 6:30 pm
Thurs. 4/24: North Shore Schools Meet the Candidates Night, High School Cafeteria, 8pm
Sat 4/26: Sea Cliff Baseball Parade, 9:15am, meet at Prospect Park: Glenwood Glen Head Baseball Parade, meet at Glenwood Landing School, 11am.
Monday, April 7 - Sunday, April 13, 2014
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.
BETTER KNOW A BUSINESS
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.
As Ms. Bard, formally a floral designer, explains it, she was introduced to soap making by an old high school friend who had moved to an upstate farm. While there on a visit, her buddy suggested they make some soap, and although finding the suggestion a bit unusual, she took her up on it, and found the experience quite relaxing. READ MORE
April 15, 2014 -- 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
CLICK HERE or on the image above to connect to Northwordnews' directory of local restaurants, cafes, delis, caterers, and other eating establishments.
April 10, 2014 -- Sea Cliff Mayor Bruce Kennedy has announced that he will challenge incumbent Democrat Charles Lavine of Glen Cove in the contest to represent the New York State Assembly's 13th District in the upcoming November election. The Nassau County Republican Committee voted unanimously to nominate Mr. Kennedy as the party's candidate at its April 3 meeting, and on Monday, the Mayor's campaign committee filed papers with the Nassau County Board of Elections enabling him to raise funds. READ MORE
April 10, 2014 -- After a $1,000,000 renovation that included the installation of new seating, digital projectors, six screens, a concession stand, marquee, arcade, and a children's birthday room, the Glen Cove Cinemas, closed since 2012, officially re-opened Thursday morning. At a ribbon cutting ceremony under the theater's marquee on School Street, Jay Levinson, the cinemas' operator said that he never thought he would open another theater, but fond memories of the old Glen Cove Theater, led him to jump at this opportunity. READ MORE
April 13, 2014 -- The Sea Cliff Village Board held its annual Organizational Meeting this past April 7th and at the meeting two new trustees, Elena Villafane and Kevin McGilloway were sworn in as new Trustees, replacing Peter Hayes and Tom Powell, each of whom did not seek re-election. Both Mr. Hayes and Mr. Powell spoke briefly, offering thanks to the current board and the community for having had the opportunity to serve, and applauding those who volunteer their time in service to Sea Cliff. Mr. Hayes commented "it takes a village to run a village." The dozens of community members who were appointed on Monday to serve on the many village committees and boards, were no doubt testament to the truth of the statement. Also at the meeting, Mayor Bruce Kennedy offered his thoughts on issues confronting the Village, as well as his thanks to those who have served Sea Cliff, in his State of the Village address. Click here for Mayor Kennedy's remarks.
ST. LUKE'S FLAMINGOS ARE BACK
Have you seen the large flock of pink flamingos roosting around Sea Cliff? They are a fundraiser for St. Luke's Church. For 40 days each Spring, a group of parishioners at St. Luke's move them from lawn to lawn around town each evening. Unsuspecting "victims" wake up to a spectacle on their lawn and a personal note from the friend who ordered the flocking. Souvenir flamingos are also available for purchase.
Would you like to see these high quality plastic lawn ornaments roosting on your friend's lawn? Contact St. Luke's Flock atStLukesFlock@gmail.com.
UPCOMING LOCAL MUSIC
WARM UP IN SEA CLIFF RAIN DATE - FRIDAY 5/2
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.
THE OAK ROOM TAVERN
Fri 4/18 - Frank Ferrara & Friends
Wed 4/23 - Adam Weiss - Live Stock
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 4/17 - Roger Street Friedman
Sat 4/19 - Chrissie O'dell
Thurs 4/24 - Hambones
Thurs 5/1 - Bliss Blood Club
Sat 5/3 - dNa
Easter Egg Hunt at Sea Cliff Methodist Church
Sat 4/19 - Community Easter Egg Hunt, The United Methodist Church of Sea Cliff, 10 am
GLEN GARDEN CLUB SPRING LUNCHEON
Wed 4/23- Glen Garden Club of Glen Head Spring Luncheon, Swan Club 11 am
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. READ MORE
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
SCBC PLANT SALE IS ONLY A MONTH AWAY
Sat. 5/3 - Sea Cliff Beautification Committee Annual Plant Sale
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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