A WORD FROM THE PUBLISHER

It’s the busy season

As we are now into the spring season, we are at one of the busiest times of year for local community news. Many groups plan events at this time of year and sports teams are also very busy.  More...

LIRR Committee provides update on proposed Third Track Plan

We are providing an update on matters concerning the proposed MTA/ LIRR Third Track plan. The MTA/LIRR has released its Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS) related to the plan. More...

Adelphi president to speak at GC Community Church

Adelphi University President Christine M. Riordan will deliver a “Vision for Adelphi’s Future and Impact on the Community,” on Sunday, April 30, at the Garden City Community Church in the parlor. More...

Moms & Daughters collect items for needy families

The Moms and Daughters of National Charity League, Inc., Garden City Chapter collected and donated candy, toys, baskets and wrap, along with food items to donate to the families of Anna’s House at Belmont Childcare for Easter.  More...

Mother’s Day Plant Sale to benefit veterans

Resurrection Lutheran Church is offering a convenient opportunity to get plants for those home gardening projects you are planning. More...

Community Club enjoys historian’s presentation

John Ellis Kordes presented a program in February explaining why Garden City was called “The Cradle of Aviation”. More...

Garden City gets ready for “Race For A Cure”

The Garden City community is busy preparing for the much anticipated Garden City Teachers Association’s “GC For A Cure” to be held on Saturday, April 22nd (rain or shine) at Garden City High School. More...

THE OFFICE CAT

Hit and run: On April 12th, after an investigation, Garden City Police arrested a 50 year old Roosevelt man, for allegedly leaving the scene of an accident. More...

Hannon: State budget will help fund local highway improvements

“Winter weather has again wrought havoc on our streets and highways,” said Senator Kemp Hannon (R-Nassau). More...

News From the Children’s Room

The Children’s Room is busy planning the Summer Reading Club for 2017. Our theme this year is “Build a Better World”. The Kick-Off show for children ages 2 ½ through 5th grade will feature PetraPuppets! Registration will be online. More...

Red, White, Blue, and You! Memorial Day Entertaining

Tuesday, May 23rd at 1PM Garden City Public Library   More...

Spring reading in bloom at Garden City Library

Spring into shape by browsing the new April displays at the Garden City Public Library. Whether you are getting ready to plant your garden or heading out to the ballgame, there are books for all of your spring interests. More...

fyi FOR SENIORS

Special Events for the month of April   Monday, April 24 at 1 pm – Mna na h’Eireann - Kevin Westley is back to entertain you with stories and songs about the Women of Ireland. More...

GC Senior Bridge Results

On April 17th there were 5 1/2 tables playing. More...

The Kordes Korner

This photograph taken on the front steps of St. Paul’s School shows their football team. The pose was very casual as opposed to the rigid rows often taken of today’s teams. More...

Community Club’s annual Peggy Otto Studio Exhibit

The Peggy Otto Studio Exhibit is an annual event of the Garden City Community Club, where the beautiful works of art created by students enrolled in the studio’s painting classes are displayed at the Garden City Casino for all to enjoy. More...

Billy Porter: Broadway & Soul at Adelphi

Ebullient triple threat and Tony and Drama Desk Award winner for Kinky Boots, Billy Porter is a New York City theater success story. More...

Teen Project invites students to attend Swim-A-Thon

Please join Teen Project in supporting NYU Winthrop Hospital’s Annual Swim-A-Thon on April 23rd from 7am to 11:30am at Hofstra University’s Swim Center. Swimmers of all ages and skill levels are invited to enjoy this exciting event. More...

GC Community Park News

Registration for Women’s Tennis Leagues   Registration for the 2017-2018 Community Park Tennis Center weekday women’s tennis leagues are underway. More...

The Men’s Association News

Next Meeting   Attention all Directors! The next meeting will be in early May. Watch for an e-mail to be sent by the President concerning the exact details and agenda. Please make every effort to participate. More...

Last Hope Animal Rescue’s Flea Market

Doing some spring cleaning? Please put aside donations for Last Hope!

The next flea market and jewelry sale will be on Saturday, May 20th from 10am-2pm at The Church of the Advent in Westbury, 555 Advent Street, just off  Jericho Turnpike. Donations will be accepted at the church on  More...

Historical Society honoree: Former Mayor Episcopia

In addition to selecting Society Past President Brian Pinnola and Old World Quality Corporation owner Vinny Muldoon as honorees at its upcoming Gala Benefit, Thursday, May 11, at the Garden City Country Club, The Garden City Historical Society will a More...

Garden City resident celebrates 103rd birthday

It was quite a celebration at the New York Sports Club last Thursday afternoon as Garden City resident, Elizabeth Smith, or “Nan” as they call her, celebrated her 103rd birthday with a Silver Sneakers party. More...

Spring luncheon for St. Joseph’s Rosary Altar Society

The Rosary Altar Society of St. Joseph’s Church invites the members and friends of the Rosary Society to attend the annual Spring luncheon at the Westbury Manor on Thursday, May 11 from 11:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. More...

Help GCHS students support pediatric cancer patients

Students at Garden City High School have been anxiously anticipating the Charlie’s Champions and Miracle Club’s second annual Color Blast since last year’s phenomenal success. More...

GC Bird Sanctuary Spring Yard Sale

The Garden City Bird Sanctuary Annual Spring Benefit Yardsale will take place this Saturday, April 22nd from 9 am to 3 pm. The location is opposite 181 Tanners Pond Road. Come visit us. More...

French Children’s Choir at Cathedral

The French Children’s Choir Maitrise Chalonnaise Saint Charles will be singing during the 11:15 a.m. Mass and in concert at 4 p.m. on Sunday, April 23rd in the Cathedral of the Incarnation. More...

Realtor supports Save the Children

Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty is pitching in to play a significant role in raising funds for the Long Island Council of Save the Children. More...

Halfway to Octoberfest

The Msgr. John’s Knights of Columbus will be holding a “Halfway to Octoberfest” celebration on Saturday, April 22nd from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. More...

GC UPDATE - NEWS AND INFORMATION

The Board of Trustees and the Village Staff are embarking on new methods and procedures to communicate with members of our community, including our residents, commercial tenants, visitors, friends at Adelphi and local merchants. More...

SOCIALLY SPEAKING

It’s garden time

Now wasn’t that a wonderful weekend for Easter. The weather was at its best and yes, there were Easter hats. However, not that many of them but the ones I saw were lovely. More...

Introduction to Tea Appreciation

Tuesday May 2nd at 7:00 PM Garden City Public Library   More...

Library hosts Coffee & Tea by the Book discussion

Librarians Laura Flanagan and Ann Garnett moderated a Coffee & Tea by the Book discussion of The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane by Lisa See on Tuesday, April 18th. More...

Garden City Retired Men’s Club News

Schedule of Events   Monday, April 24 - Sandwiches  Monday, May 1st - Regular Mtg  Monday, May 8th - Sandwiches  Bowling every Friday during season at Herrill Lanes. More...

Eldercare issues to be discussed

At one p.m. on April 27th Meadowbrook Wealth Management, LLC will present a talk on critical Eldercare issues at the Garden City Senior Center, 6 Golf Club Lane, Garden City.  The speaker will be Richard Jack, Chief Investment Strategist.  More...

“Beatlemania” comes to the Community Club

On Thursday, April 27th at 1:30 PM in the Casino, The Community Club of Garden City and Hempstead will host John Ellis Kordes who will present excerpts from his very popular continuing education course, “The Beatles Story”.  More...

Blood drive at St. Joseph’s

The Garden City community is invited to donate blood at Church of St. Joseph, located at 130 Fifth Street, on Sunday, April 30, from 7:45 am – 1:45 in the school gym.  More...

Calling all cycling enthusiasts

On Saturday, April 29th join Episcopalians from across Long Island for fun and fundraising for Habitat for Humanity at the Fifth Annual Episcopalian Bike Ride from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. More...

GCHS assembly addresses dangers of texting and driving

Assemblyman Ed Ra (R-Franklin Square) recently joined a group of juniors and seniors at Garden City High School in Garden City, New York to discuss the dangers of distracted driving. More...

It Takes A Village: Charlie’s Champions “Underage In The Cage”

Honoring a longstanding tradition of raising funds and awareness for pediatric cancer, Charlie’s Champions Foundation hosted “Underage in the Cage” on March 17th at the Cherry Valley Country Club in Garden City. More...

Garden City Pool News

Pool Membership Registration is underway   Summer will be here before you know it, so make sure you get your pool application in soon.  We have many exciting events planned and we don’t want you to miss out.   More...

Please join Last Hope Animal Rescue on Sunday, April 23rd, from 1-3 PM for a kitten/cat foster get together.

Last Hope would like to thank current foster volunteers for the tremendous work they do and answer questions for those considering becoming a foster. Learn what this rewarding experience is all about.   More...