Crossing guards needed

The Village of Garden City is seeking candidates for the position of part time crossing guard. School days only, the hours are typically a one hour session in the morning and a one hour session in the afternoon. More...

Calling All Classmates - Class of 1975

Reunion plans are being finalized for a fantastic weekend of fun for the Garden City High School Class of '75. The class is scheduled for an evening event on October 24th at the Garden City Hotel, with additional weekend activities being planned. More...

Children's artwork exhibited at Historical Society

This past spring, The Garden City Historical Society proudly held its Tenth Annual Children's Juried Art Contest, "A Tribute to Mr. and Mrs. More...

Promenade debate spurs behind the scenes action, but a tempered message

As the season for Promenades on Seventh Street winds down on September 4, a few small steps were taken to improve conditions for small business owners, shoppers and residents alike. More...

Free legal consultation clinic

The Nassau County Bar Association (NCBA) provides free monthly legal consultation clinics for Nassau County residents 65 or older. More...

Sanitation Collection - Labor Day

Residents are reminded that there will be no garbage or recycling pickup on Labor Day, Monday, September 7. More...

Local resident's play to be performed in Washington

Local resident Lana Mae Noone is pleased to announce that "Children of the April Rain", the Vietnam War Play she co-authored is scheduled for a performance in Washington, DC. November 10, 2015. More...

WHAT’S UP G.C. ?!

“Pie in the Sky”

the 1870’ a New England In s, Confectioner named William opened a bakery that carried a line of homemade pies in circular pie tins embossed with the family surname. More...

fyi FOR SENIORS

Exercise with Joy! Start your day with low impact aerobic exercise! Joy Cody has set a program with our senior and beginner population in mind! More...

"Sleeping Through the Ages" - Free lecture for seniors

As we age, it is common to have problems falling asleep or staying asleep. More...

RMC celebrates centenarian member's birthday

On Monday, August 17, the Garden City Retired Men's Club honored member Ed Palcot on his 102nd birthday. Ed showed his high fitness level by playing nine holes of golf that morning, followed by cribbage at the Club. More...

Retired Men's Club mourns passing of Woody Johnson

GCRMC Woody Johnson, long time active member of the GC Retired Men's Club, passed away peacefully on August 1st, at the age of 97. Several of our members attended a moving memorial service on August 8th at the GC Community Church More...

Town of Hempstead e-cycling program

Hempstead Town Supervisor Kate Murray (right) and Receiver of Taxes Don Clavin (left) give Linda Fox and Lauren of Garden City a helping hand at the Town of Hempstead E-cycling Program held at the Town of Hempstead Division Avenue Parking Lot (off o More...

The Welcoming Club of Garden City Upcoming Events

With the sun setting on another great summer it is time to get back into our fall routines. Won't you join us for wonderful events all in support of a good cause? More...

News From The Children's Room

Drop-In LEGO Club More...

Garden City Library Sunday schedule

Now that school is starting soon, we want the public to be aware of the Garden City Public Library's hours and Sunday opening schedule. More...

It's What's Happening for Young Adults

Fall College Prep Programs More...

Town provides child safety services

Hempstead Town Clerk Nasrin Ahmad (4th right) conducted the Town of Hempstead's Child Safety I.D. More...

Garden City Community Park News

Registration for Women's Tennis Leagues More...

School of Ballet serves adults as well as children

Due to its growth in serving both child and adult dancers, the Children's School of Ballet has announced that it has taken the name of Classical School of Ballet LI. More...

A WORD FROM THE PUBLISHER

It’s Back to School time

Garden City Public School students will be heading back to school this week, as will students at many private schools. (Some lucky kids will have a few extra days of summer, as their schools won’t open until after Labor Day.) More...

Rec Commission and Village Board talk fields, finances and deadlines

Kevin Ocker, Recreation and Parks Commissioner in Garden City, was not able to attend the August 20 Village Board of Trustees meeting. However his department's current operations, future outlook and strategy was a major topic. More...

THE OFFICE CAT

MISCHIEF AND MAYHEM: THE POLICE REPORT Garden City Police are investigating a report of identity theft on August 19 in which someone reportedly opened an unauthorized online credit account to buy merchandise, using a resident’s personal inform More...

Resurrection offers Back To School Blessing

As schools across the country prepare to open soon, Resurrection Lutheran Church invites all in the community for a Back to School blessing. More...

What I Learned at Cop Camp, October 4

Arthur Dobrin, Leader Emeritus of the Ethical Humanist Society, will present a talk "What I Learned at Cop Camp," about his experiences at the Civilian Police Academy conducted by the Nassau County Police Department. More...

Girl Scout Gold Award: A home for Taco

Where do I begin? I have been lucky enough to complete the highest achievement in Girl Scouts: the Gold Award. This would not have been possible without the wonderful people at Madonna Heights who allowed me to do my project at their site. More...

Suzie Alvey, Former Village Historian, receives citation

Mayor Nicholas P. Episcopia, on behalf of the Incorporated Village of Garden City, presented Suzie Alvey with a Village citation at the Thursday, August 20, Board of Trustees meeting in recognition of her time and talents as Village Historian. More...

SOCIALLY SPEAKING

Broadway hits

From what I hear, the tour of 1919 was well received so I have a few more examples for you this wee. Since I was not around for these years I got my information with research. More...

Annual Communion Breakfast

The annual communion breakfast of the St. Joseph's Rosary/Altar Society will be held on Sunday, October 4, at the Garden City Hotel following the nine o'clock Mass.' Father Patrick J. Griffin, CM, Special Assistance to the President, St. More...

GC Senior bridge

On August 24 there were eight tables playing. More...

"Whimsical Wednesdays"

The Long Island Alzheimer's Foundation will be holding a program called "Whimsical Wednesdays" during September and October. More...

Garden City Retired Men's Club

Schedule of Events Monday, August 31st - Pizza Party 12:30 Monday, September 7th Labor Day. No Meeting Monday, September 14th Regular Meeting. More...

Library adds new bestsellers to Book Club in a Bag collection

The Garden City Public Library has added nine bestselling titles to its Book Club in a Bag collection. More...

Library's elevator out of service September 1

The Garden City Public Library's elevator will be out of service all day Tuesday, September 1, due to a test that must be performed. This is a rescheduled date from the work originally scheduled for August 20, 2015. More...

GCCC "County Fair" VBS Kicks-off Summer

The Garden City Community Church (GCCC) began the summer months with a blue ribbon Vacation Bible School experience. Seventy-four children ranging in grade level from Pre-K through 4th took part in a fourday "County Fair"-themed program. More...

Fine art photography show at the Library

Mordechai Meles will exhibit his colorful fine art photography show "Evolution of Image" from September 1- 30, 2015 in Garden City Public Library's gallery at 60 Seventh St., in Garden City. Abstract images from nature are the focus of this show. More...

To Trustees' surprise, swim lanes rented at GC Pool

The board also heard that proper etiquette for swimming in lanes at an adult pool were not at all followed by the masters team, as the resident said "they jumped in and swam over us." She says many other swimmers felt ambushed and afraid, as dozens o More...

The Men's Association News

Next Meeting Attention all Directors! The first meeting of the new school year will be Monday, September 14th at 7:30 p.m. at the Garden City Casino. Future meeting dates will be October 5, November 2 and December 7. More...

Garden City Pool News

Attention Pool Members The Garden City Public Schools open this Wednesday, September 2nd resulting in most of our lifeguards and staff attending school on (Sept 2nd, 3rd and 4th). More...