Last call to reserve for Pineapple Ball

Come one, come all! There is still time to reserve for the 13th annual Pineapple Ball set for Friday evening, May 9 in the elegance of The Garden City Hotel. More...

THE OFFICE CAT

Lights out: On April 15th GCPD officers responded to a traffic light malfunction at the intersection of Clinton Road and Stewart Avenue. More...

Environmental Board to discuss status of GC trees

Kevin Ocker will be the keynote speaker at a meeting of the Village of Garden City's Environmental Advisory Board on April 29th. The topic of the evening will be status of village trees. Mr. More...

Garden City Hotel hosts wedding showcase

The Garden City Hotel hosted their first-ever Wedding Showcase where SFC Jose A. More...

fyi FOR SENIORS

"Zumba Gold" fitness classes for the active senior More...

Garden City Retired Men's Club

Schedule of Events More...

Community Club features book reviews

On Thursday, March 26, The Community Club of Garden City and Hempstead held its annual and ever popular "Member Book Review Program" sponsored by the Drama/Literary Committee and moderated by Emilie Sair. More...

Community Club annual Peggy Otto Studio Fine Arts Exhibit

The Peggy Otto Studio Exhibit is an annual Event put on by the Community Club of Garden City and Hempstead to showcase the beautiful works of Fine Art created by students enrolled in the Studio’s Painting and Drawing classes. More...

News From The Children's Room

Summer 2015: Every Hero Has a Story! More...

Computer lab closed

Due to the "Girls Who Code" program at the Garden City Public Library, the computer lab will be closed to the public from 1:15 - 5 p.m. on the following Saturdays: April 25; May 16, 23, 30; and June 6, 13. Please note registration is full. More...

It's What's Happening for Young Adults

Mother & Child Tea Party More...

Friends of the Library Book Sale

A bargain Book Sale will be held on Saturday, May 16, from 9:30am-4:00pm at the Garden City Public Library located at the corner of 60 Seventh St. and Hilton Ave., in Garden City. More...

Adelphi University to present photo exhibition

The Adelphi University Exhibitions Program is pleased to present a captivating exhibition entitled Yearning for Peace featuring 40 photographs by Dr. Richard Steckel, M.S.W. '66. More...

Neither snow nor sleet nor gloom of night could stay these champions

The snow began to fall and blizzardlike conditions pounded Long Island on the weekend of March 21st. More...

Pack 55 enjoys a night at the Museum

Over 50 Cub Scouts and their families gathered at the American Museum of Natural History in New York on March 28 for an adventure of a lifetime! More...

DAR seeks new members

Genealogy has long ranked as one of the most popular hobbies in the United States, and is thought to be second only to gardening as a popular pastime in this country. More...

A WORD FROM THE PUBLISHER

A sudden loss

We were very sorry to hear that Garden City High School teacher and coach Jack White passed away suddenly last weekend. Generations of Garden City kids looked up to him and learned from him. More...

Village digging deeper to study turf fields

At its Thursday April 16 meeting the Village Board of Trustees decided to table an agenda item for a feasibility study on the much-debated installation of synthetic turf fields at Community Park. More...

GC native visits Holocaust sites during special program

Emily Bengels, valedictorian of Garden City High School's Class of '92, recently returned from Poland where she was one of 25 teachers from around the world who took part "Auschwitz: The Past is Present". More...

"Carnival for a Cure" tomorrow

Please come to the "Carnival for a Cure" on Saturday April 25th at the Garden City Casino from 1-4pm. This fundraiser for My Best Friend Jr. More...

Bomb threat at office building

Garden City Police responded to 200 Garden City Plaza on Tuesday, April 21st after receiving a call at 2:15 p.m. from a person who stated he had a bomb and a gun. More...

"County Fair" Vacation Bible School at Community Church

The Garden City Community Church invites children to its annual Vacation Bible School. This year's Blue Ribbon VBS theme is "County Fair" and the program is geared for ages four (entering Pre-K) through fourth grades. More...

The Welcoming Club of Garden City

Spring Golf Clinic sign up now! April 28th first of multiple sessions More...

Historical Society honors three preservation trailblazers

Proudly recognizing its 40th anniversary, The Garden City Historical Society is excited to acknowledge the contributions of three people who have made the Society the enduring organization that it is today. More...

GC Senior Bridge

As promised here are the results from last weeks Dick Sanzo Trophy game with 6 1/2 tables playing. The winners were: Louise Butler & Terry Schoenig North/South1--Joan Kiernan & Claire Burns More...

Bladder Cancer Awareness Day

Did you know that bladder cancer is the sixth most commonly diagnosed cancer in the United States? More...

SOCIALLY SPEAKING

DAR Spring luncheon

The Col. Aaron Ogden Chapter of the National Society Daughters of The American Revolution held their annual Spring Philanthropic Luncheon at Westbury Manor this past week and they had a wonderful turnout. More...

Garden City Library hosts Spring Egg Hunt

Children emptied the candy they found in the eggs into their baskets and then returned the plastic colored eggs during the Spring Egg Hunt in the Library. More...

GC Library celebrates LI Reads with two special programs for adults

The Garden City Public Library celebrated the 2015 Long Island Reads selection The Museum of Extraordinary Things with two days of special programming for adults. More...

Library announces extended hours

The Garden City Public Library's new schedule of hours as of June 1, is as follows. More...

New program helps children with special needs

Winthrop-University Hospital recognizes that entering a hospital or health-care facility can be a very difficult experience for the entire family, especially a child with special needs. More...

Adelphi Dance students to perform

Adelphi University's Performing Arts Center (AUPAC) is pleased to announce that the Department of Dance students will be performing Paul Taylor's well-known work -Company B - from Tuesday, April 28, through Sunday, May 3, at the Olmsted Theatre of AU More...

Garden City Mayor, Trustees begin new terms

Supreme Court Justice Stephen S. Bucaria administered the oath of office to newly elected Garden City Mayor Nicholas P. Episcopia, re-elected Trustees John A. DeMaro and Richard V. Silver, newly elected Trustee Stephen S. More...

The Men's Association News

Next Meeting Attention all Directors! Our next gathering will be held Monday, May 4th at 7:30 p.m. at the Garden City Casino The remainder of the 2015 schedule will be the final meeting on June 8 . More...