November 3, 2017 RSS feed / Community

A WORD FROM THE PUBLISHER

An abundance of material

We have received an overabundance of material in the last few weeks, in particular from sports teams. More...

GCPD seeks info on cat killings

Over the past several months the Garden City Police Department has received numerous reports of deceased cats found between Stewart Avenue and North Avenue and Kensington Road and Brixton Road. More...

‘Record’ success: Third spin at Cluett Hall for Vinyl Revolution Record Show

The Vinyl Revolution Record Show returns Garden City for another daylong celebration of music, its many different genres and memorabilia at Cluett Hall on the St. Paul’s campus, 295 Stewart Avenue on Sunday, November 5 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. More...

“Meet the Veterans” on Veterans Day

Please join Garden City residents on Saturday, November 11, for two Veterans Day events honoring military veterans both living and deceased. Children and adults are invited.  More...

GARDEN CITY UPDATE - NEWS AND INFORMATION

As previously announced, the Board of Trustees and the Village Staff have embarked on new methods and procedures to communicate with members of our community, including our residents, commercial tenants and landlords, visitors, friends at Adelphi and More...

Change your clocks and your smoke alarms for Daylight Saving Time

Two-thirds of home fire deaths result from fires in homes without a working smoke alarm, according to the National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA). More...

WPOA seeks Village Trustee candidates

The Nominating Committee of the Western Property Owners’ Association (WPOA) of Garden City is seeking candidates for the position of Village Trustee. More...

Golden Goose Gala Holiday Shopping Boutique

Twigs of NYU Winthrop Hospital Auxiliary invites you to its Golden Goose Gala Holiday Shopping Boutique. More...

Adelphi president to speak at Rotary

Adelphi University President Christine Riordan, Ph.D., will speak to members of the Mineola-Garden City Rotary Club at its luncheon meeting on Monday, November 13, 12:15 – 1:30 p.m., at the Garden City Hotel.  More...

Dean of the Cathedral joins GC Foundation Board

At the September meeting of the Garden City Foundation Board of Directors, members were honored and delighted to welcome The Very Reverend Michael T. Sniffen, Dean of the Cathedral of the Incarnation, as a new member of the board.  More...

“An Afternoon with Irish novelist Tom Phelan”

On Wednesday, November 15 at 1:30 p.m. in the GC Casino the Community Club will present a program by noted Irish novelist Tom Phelan. Mr. More...

Sanitation collection schedule

Election Day   There will be normal weekly collection on Tuesday, November 7, 2017. More...

SOCIALLY SPEAKING

Autumn happenings

The members of the Community Club of Garden City and Hempstead were treated to a program by Frank Lazzaro, who spent a number of years working at flower arranging at the White House under four presidents’ wives and he had the photos to prove it More...

News from the Children’s Room

Tree of Thanks   More...

Women’s Suffrage Movement on Long Island

Garden City Public Library Wednesday, November 8th at 7PM   More...

It’s What’s Happening at the Library

Teen Holiday Cookie Swap and Interactive Movie Elf   More...

Foods to Travel By: Sweet Selections

Garden City Public Library Thursday, November 30th at 2PM Registration Begins Wednesday, November 15th   More...

“Breast Health Fair” at Winthrop Hospital

NYU Winthrop Hospital’s Breast Health Center and “Inspiring Women,” the Women’s Wellness Initiative at the Hospital, will offer a free educational event for the community, “Breast Health Fair: An Integrative Approach to More...

The Men’s Association News

Next Meeting   Attention all Directors! The next meeting of the year will be held in learly November. Time and location TBA. Watch for the e-mail to be sent by the President for exact details. Please make every effort to attend. More...

Troop #1242 salutes Juliette Low

At their recent meeting, the girls of Troop 1242 paid tribute to Girl Scouts founder Juliette Low with a lesson all about her and her history. More...

Last Hope Flea Market Saturday, December 2nd

GET READY FOR THE BIGGEST SALE OF THE YEAR! The next Last Hope Flea Market and Jewelry Sale will be on Saturday, December 2nd from 10am-2pm at The Church of the Advent (Winthrop Hall) in Westbury, 555 Advent Street. just off Jericho Turnpike.   More...

Final plea to sign-up “Sponsor A Family” for Thanksgiving

This is a final plea for sponsors to provide Thanksgiving dinners to families from two neighboring parishes – The Queen of the Most Holy Rosary in Roosevelt and Our Lady of Loretto in Hempstead. More...

CPOA welcomes mayor

Central Property Owners’ Association’s Trustee Louis Minuto announced that the Honorable Brian Daughney, Mayor of the Village of Garden City, has agreed to speak before the CPOA Board and Village residents at the November 14 CPOA Open Boa More...

Council for Unity returns to Garden City Hotel

For the second straight year The Council for Unity, based in New York City, celebrates its annual ‘’Champions for Children Gala’’ on Thursday, November 9 at the iconic Garden City Hotel on 7th Street beginning at 6 p.m. More...

GCHS to present The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee

Students at Garden City High School will be presenting the musical comedy The 25th Annual Putnum County Spelling Bee on November 16th, 17th, and 18th. More...

GCHS Class of ’02 Reunion

The Garden City High School Class of 2002 will be holding its 15th reunion on November 25th at Walk Street, 176 7th Street in Garden City. The event will run from 8pm until midnight. More...

THE OFFICE CAT

Road rage incident: On October 25th Garden City Police assisted Nassau County Officers on Russell Road with the arrest of a 31 year old GArden City man for Menacing. More...

GC kids help fight Duchene’s Disease

For the past 3 years, dozens of young boys and girls have met at Stratford School early Saturday morning to participate in a baseball clinic organized by a bunch of their parents. They started with 10 kids and now get as many as 40. More...

Mandatory back flow tests for lawn irrigation systems

For anyone who has not responded to prior notice for mandatory backflow testing, the deadline letters will be mailed November 3, 2017. You have 20 days business to comply with the letter or a fine of $1,500 will be assessed. More...

Community Club visits Federal Court

On October 19, the Community Club of Garden City went on a visit to the US Federal Court in Central Islip. More...

Suburban Art League Show Reception

The opening reception at the Barnes Gallery was a colorful event on Saturday, October 7th. Artists from the Suburban Art League were available to talk about their paintings and gallery goers enjoyed the artwork. More...

The Kordes Korner

Of the four Garden City Hotels built on that site dating back to 1874, it is the second one that is often forgotten. More...

“Kids Need More” Charity Poker Tournament- November 4th

Kids Need More is a 501(c)(3) non-profit charitable organization dedicated to enhancing the lives of children, families and young adults coping with cancer and life-threatening illnesses.  More...

Workshops for the visually impaired

NYU Winthrop Hospital’s Division of Geriatrics and Helen Keller Services for the Blind are offering workshops open to individuals and caretakers of the Vision Impaired. More...

St. Joseph’s Rosary Altar Society - Annual Communion Brunch

On Sunday, October 1st, the St. Joseph’s Rosary Altar Society held its Annual Communion Brunch at the Garden City Hotel. The event began with 9:00 A.M. Mass con-celebrated at the Church by Msgr. James Swiader, Pastor of St. More...

Social Security: What you need to know

Garden City Public Library Wednesday, November 15th at 12:15PM   More...

Lecture on Dashiell Hammett’s The Maltese Falcon

Garden City Public Library Tuesday, November 14th from 7:15PM – 8PM   More...

While You’re Away: Love Songs of World War II

Concert/Lecture with Diane Cypkin Garden City Public Library Sunday, November 12th at 2PM   More...

Library adds new Book Club in a Bag titles

The Garden City Public Library has added Celeste Ng’s new bestseller Little Fires Everywhere to the Book Club in a Bag collection. In addition, the Library recently added B.A. More...

GC wins top award in traffic program

AAA Northeast awarded the Village of Garden City with a Platinum Award during its 53rd annual Community Traffic Safety Awards Program held this month at The Garden City Hotel. More...

Brunch supports Last Hope Animal Rescue

Please join Last Hope Animal Rescue on Sunday, November 12th for Brunch at Paddy’s Loft  located at 1286 Hicksville Road, Massapequa from 12-3PM.  There will also be Raffles and  Chinese Auction baskets.   More...

Kitten/Cat New Volunteer Orientation Schedule

Volunteers for our cat program are always greatly needed. We are still at the end of kitten season and there are openings on shifts for weekdays and weekends that accommodate any schedule. More...