GLEN COVE DOWNTOWN B.I.D. LAUNCHES SPRING CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS

  James O’Grady, Joe LaPadula, Brian Mercadante, John Zozzaro of the Downtown BID Board of Directors and BID Executive Director Francine Koehler display the new downtown light pole map.
           Glen Cove, NY- The Glen Cove Downtown Business Improvement District’s Capital Improvements Committee has been meeting to plan new ways to brighten the look of Downtown.
    Works under discussion include a new wayfinding signage for parking garages, plan, public artwork, and improved irrigation systems for new plantings at the Brewster Street parking garage; artists from the First City Project and students from the Glen Cove Youth Bureau will assist in their creation.
    In addition, the Downtown BID has created an identification system and mapped all the light poles in the BID’s area. This will facilitate maintenance and repair, and also aid planning for additional banner and flower basket hardware or other décor.
For more information on the Glen Cove Downtown Business Improvement District, its programs and events, please call the Downtown BID office at 516-759-6970, visit us at www.glencovedowntown.org, or email info@glencovedowntown.org.

James O’Grady, Joe LaPadula, Brian Mercadante, John Zozzaro of the Downtown BID Board of Directors and BID Executive Director Francine Koehler display the new downtown light pole map.

 

 

Upcoming Events

Events at the Glen Cove Library

4 Glen Cove Avenue  676-2130 www.glencovelibrary.org


  Friday, January 31, 10:30am
  Tinkers by Paul Harding

 
How does our perception of ourselves transform as we grow older?  In what ways does aging change how we view others?  The texts in the Growing & Aging in Glen Cove book discussions explore these and other questions about middle age, growing older, caring for aging loved ones and finding satisfaction in the later stages of life.  This discussion features Carol Waldman, retired director of the Glen Cove Senior Center, who will discuss Tinkers by Paul Harding.
 
The Glen Cove SAGE Foundation Reading & Discussion workshop series on Growing and Aging is funded by a grant from Humanities New York in partnership with the National Endowment for the Humanities and generously sponsored by The Glen Cove Library and The Glen Cove Senior Center.
 
 

Events at the Senior Center
Glen Cove Senior Center
130 Glen Street
Glen Cove, New York 11542
Telephone: (516) 759-9610


"Million Dollar Quartet" Northport Theater

Million Dollar Quartet is a jukebox musical with a book by Colin Escott and Floyd Mutrux. It dramatizes the Million Dollar Quartet recording session of December 4, 1956, among early rock and roll/country stars who recorded at Sun studio in Memphis, which are Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash and Carl Perkins, and newcomer Jerry Lee Lewis.
     Trip Includes: Bus, Ticket, Lunch, Snacks, and Water

Wednesday, January 29, 2020 at 12:30 p.m. - 6:15 p.m.


Events At The North Shore Historical Museum 140 Glen St., Glen Cove www.northshorehistoricalmuseum.org

 Our Current Exhibit

Through January 25, 2020

100 Years of Children's Books

    What did you enjoy reading most when you were a child and young adult? Almost all of us remember favorite books and magazines that struck us and have stayed with us because of the story, the characters, or the illustrations. The NSHM's fall exhibit will welcome the new school year with an exhibit on popular child and young adult reading of the last one hundred years.
 

North Shore Historical Museum
at the Marguerite & Joseph Suozzi Building
140 Glen Street * Glen Cove * New York
516-801-1191

 

 

BID Board Meeting

The Glen Cove Downtown Business Improvement District's monthly Board of Directors meeting will take place Thursday January 9th at 12:00PM.  Location: The Downtown Cafe

Cost for lunch (optional) is  $12.  RSVP required. 516-759-6970