NEW BENCHES ON BRIDGE STREET

 The Glen Cove Downtown Business Improvement District is continuing its program of streetscape improvements with new seating recently installed at the bus stop locations on Bridge Street: near the entrance to the Pratt Blvd. parking area, and at the side of the Post Office. The cast-metal and recycled plastic benches are sturdy, weather-resistant, and feature attractive scroll design armrests for comfortable seating.
The Downtown BID plans to introduce more furnishings in several areas in downtown, aided by a grant secured with the help of Nassau Legislator Delia DeRiggi-Whitton.

BID Board of Directors member and Capital Improvements Committee Chairman Brian Mercadante with the new bench

 

In The Press

Musketa Cove Wins Best of LI 2017 Vote

From the Bethpage FCU Best of Long Island website:

2017: Long Islanders Voted Musketa Cove Bait and Tackle Shop Best Fishing Supply on Long Island
Musketa Cove Bait and Tackle Shop
17 Bridge St., Glen Cove. 516-200-9571.
If there’s one thing that can be said about Long Islanders, it’s that they truly appreciate the waters surrounding the region and the sea creatures calling the bays and canals home. Long Island boaters are a proud bunch, and that’s why when they hit the open seas, they make a habit of visiting Musketa Cove Bait and Tackle Shop. This Glen Cove shop is stocked with all the necessary tools and supplies to make a local fisherman well equipped for their next big trip out. What’s more, its knowledgeable staff is dedicated to providing a shopping experience that’ll make patrons proud to say, “I shop at Musketa Cove!”

 

 
City Views Newsletter Spring 2017

CITY VIEWS SPRING/SUMMER 2017

The City Views is an important publication that is mailed to all of Glen Cove's residents on a quarterly basis.  It includes important updates, contact information and The City's jam-packed calendar- available here.

 
Glen Cove Downtown BID

BEAUTIFIES DOWNTOWN WITH FLOWER BASKETS
 

Glen Cove, NY – The Glen Cove Downtown Business Improvement District purchased 83 hanging flower baskets to grace the light poles of the downtown commercial district.

 

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Upcoming Events

Tonight's concert- JULY 14th, 7:30 PM

Friday, July 14th:  tonight's concert- Kamellot with Misty Mountain, will take place at the Wunsch Arts Center, 1 Forest Avenue, Glen Cove. The start time will be 7:30 PM.

Contact the Downtown BID office at 516-759-6970 with any concerns.

 

 

 

BREW and BBQ! A Taste of 350 

Glen Cove 350th Celebration Fundraiser
Saturday JULY 15 2017  6:00PM-9:00PM
FERRY TERMINAL, GARVIES POINT ROAD
In honor of Glen Cove's upcoming milestone, Garvies point brewery will unveil a 350th Special Edition Summer Ale!
Join us for live music by Matt Grabowski, BBQ dinner by Sid's All-American & A Special Taste of the Year to Come!
For more information or to purchase tickets in advance,  please visit: WWW.GLENCOVE350.COM

TICKETS $25 : Includes a 3-brew tasting and BBQ dinner.

 

Summer Events at the Glen Cove Library

Summer reading programs are not just for kids!  Participate in the Glen Cove Library’s second annual Adult Summer Reading Program.  This years’ theme is “Build A Better World” and it encourages library users to take a look at the world around them and see how they can make it a little better.  The program runs from July 5th and continues through August 19th.  Take part in our weekly raffle by submitting a book/audio review to be entered into weekly drawings for great gift items gift certificates generously donated by local businesses. The first forty people to register will receive a special gift.  We hope to see you at these great events:

•    Summer Reading Club Kickoff Event: Build a Better You With Quotations and Affirmations
Wednesday, July 5, 2pm
Motivational speaker Constance Hallinan Lagan will explore the power of quotations and affirmations to elicit life transformations, generate inspiration and fuel positive change.  The lecture will also include a meditation and a question and answer period.
 
•    Jump In! Water Awareness Program
Monday, July 10, 7pm
Contamination from sewage, pesticides and other pollutants threaten Long Island’s ground and surface waters.  Matthew T. Rizzo of Grassroots Environmental Education will teach how individuals and organizations across Long Island are working to conserve and protect our water and our quality of life for the future generation.
 
•    Waking to a Happy, Fulfilled Life
Tuesday, July 11, 7pm
Author and motivational speaker Frank Miranda will discuss highlights from his book, Waking to a Happy, Fulfilled Life.  Learn how anyone can change their life for the better, how to overcome obstacles and rise to the challenge of being a better person and living a rewarding life.
 
•    Energy Efficiency With Long Island Green Homes
Monday, July 17, 7pm
William Achnitz of Long Island Green Homes will teach you how you can lower your energy bills, find the areas where your home is wasting energy and how to make your home more comfortable and energy efficient.  Long Island Green Homes is a partnership of Long Island Towns, community-based organizations and Molloy College that are contracted through the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority.
 
•    Falun Dafa Chinese Meditation & Exercise Class
Tuesdays, August 1, 8, 15 & 22, 7pm
Learn how to release stress and become more peaceful with the Chinese Cultural Association of Long Island.  Falun Dafa is a practice that improves mental and physical wellness through combining a series of easy-to-learn exercises and meditation with moral philosophy guided by the principles of truthfulness, compassion and tolerance.  Wear loose comfortable clothing and be sure to bring a bottle of water.
 
•    Where Have All the Pollinators Gone?
Monday, August 7, 7pm
Moira Alexander, a beekeeper with over twelve years of experience and an apiary of over sixteen colonies of honeybees, will help you to understand why our native pollinators are in trouble as well as what local property owners can do to help impact their return.
 
•    End of Summer Reading Club Celebration: Living With Wildlife on Long Island
Saturday, August 19, 11am
Members of Volunteers for Wildlife will teach you about the many ways people can help mitigate our impact on wildlife.  Enjoy close up views of live turtles, owls, ducks, shorebirds and more.  Individuals of all ages are welcome to attend this special event.