Senior Recognition Day 2017 Vendor Applications

Saturday, June 10, 2017 – 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Morgan Memorial Park
We welcome your participation, and all proceeds from this event will benefit the Glen Cove SAGE Foundation. SAGE is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to enhancing services and programs for the senior community.  Our seniors greatly appreciate the support of area businesses and local vendors.  Feel free to bring samples and materials to distribute, modestly priced items to sell, or activities that will engage our guests. Please bring your own tables and tablecloths, tent ( if needed)  chairs will be provided.
$50 donation per table; Set-up is on the day of the event beginning at 9:00 a.m.

Download application form below.
If you have any questions, please contact Committee Member
Mary Stanco – 516-351-6336
Kindly make checks payable to City of Glen Cove - Celebrations no later than June 1, 2017


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Download This File (2017 Senior Recognition Day Vendor Participation Form.pdf)2017 Senior Recognition Day Vendor Participation Form.pdf 351 Kb
Download This File (2017 Senior Recognition Day.pdf)2017 Senior Recognition Day.pdf2017 Senior Recognition Day Sponsorship letter716 Kb
 

In The Press

Downtown Restaurants On Screen

Some of the fine dining options in Downtown

 
Downtown BID Commissions New Botanical Design

GLEN COVE DOWNTOWN BID COMMISSIONS NEW BOTANICAL DESIGN AND IRRIGATION SYSTEM

Glen Cove, N.Y. - The Glen Cove Business Improvement District donated the sprinkler system at the Brewster Street garage, which has been installed by Grennan Irrigation Inc., in part with a project to re-landscape and beautify the area. “This was an important project for the BID as it is a heavy traffic area, and we wanted to make it look nicer for those driving and walking by”, said Brian Mercadante, Co-Chair of the BID Capital Improvements Committee. While the sprinkler systems were being installed, Cabo Landscaping Inc. was working on a new landscaping design that consists of hydrangeas, junipers, white pine, and many other botanical arrangements along the Brewster Street Garage.
 “For many years, the BID has been denied a sprinkler system due to a lack of a water source, but after much determination, the current administration finally approved of the sprinkler system and now the BID can get back to work revitalizing the area”, said Patricia Holman, Executive Director of the Glen Cove Downtown BID.  The Downtown BID has planted many gardens throughout the walkways and has funded the maintenance of these gardens. Throughout the seasons, the BID will be planting new grass seeds and different flowers for the fall, summer, and spring. “Now that the water is in, let’s start making it beautiful”, said Brian Mercadante.  
For further information, please contact the Glen Cove BID office at (516)-759-6970. Or email the office at: info@glencovedowntown.org or visit the BID website at: www.glencovedowntown.org. 

 
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

Events at the Glen Cove Public Library
4 Glen Cove Avenue  676-2130 glencovelibrary.org

AARP Smart Driver Course at the Glen Cove Public Library  Friday, February 9, 9am - 5pm

The cost is $20 for AARP members and $25 for non-members (payable by check or money order to AARP).  Register in person at the Reference desk.  Registrants must show their AARP Membership Card to get the discounted rate.

The Seed Library at Glen Cove Library Presents More Than Honey
Saturday, February 10, 10am
More Than Honey (film run time: 95 minutes) tells the story of honey bees, their relationships to humans, and the various methods of managing honey bees that we rely on for so much of the food we eat.  An informal discussion will follow the film.  Please register through the calendar of events at glencovelibrary.org

Opera In Ebony
Sunday, February 11, 2pm
February is African-American History Month!  Join us at The Glen Cove Public Library in celebration as Tanisha Mitchell offers a presentation that pays tribute to legendary African-American singers who performed at prestigious venues.
 

 

February is Women’s Heart Health Month At Glen Cove Hospital

On the 2nd of February, we ask you to Wear Red for the Cause for Women.  
Tuesday, February 6th      6:30pm – 8:30pm    FREE
“You’re My Valentine: Loving Your Heart “
Dr. Brenda Gomez, Associate Program Director and Dr. Sunil Shah of Glen Cove Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program will lead this session, teaching about heart health education and prevention.  Taking care of your heart begins with you! Learn the signs and symptoms of when to seek help for your heart.  Come out and support Go Red at Glen Cove Hospital.
Location: Pratt Auditorium near Family Medicine

Registration is required, online at: https://yourmyvalentine.eventbrite.com

Wednesday, February 7th  
“Go Red Farmer’s Market”

Glen Cove Hospital will be having a Go Red Farmer’s Market, featuring an array of all RED fruits and vegetables.
Location: Lobby of Glen Cove Hospital

For more information, see the attached flyer.
We will be holding several women-focused events throughout the year. The next one will be in April, called “Love The Skin You’re In”, focused on skin care, with skin cancer screening on request. All events are FREE.

 

NORTH SHORE HISTORICAL MUSEUM * 140 Glen St. Glen Cove * www.NorthShoreHistoricalMuseum.org

Marjorie Merriweather Post and "Hillwood"
Take a journey back in time with a historic slide presentation about famed Post Cereal heiress Marjorie Merriweather Post’s Long Island estate Hillwood. Historian Kenneth G. Mensing uses Post family private photos to reveal a glimpse into this magnificent former estate and the pioneering businesswoman who called it home. Admission $10.00 members $5.00 Refreshments will be served.
 

Wednesday, January 31st - 7 pm
The Beginnings of Glen Cove:

Col. Lewis Morris
Historian Dr. Millie DeRiggi will tell the tale of one of Musketa Cove’s first settlers, Colonel Lewis Morris.  Morris-owned lands were used as boundaries on the Andros Patent yet little is known about this Barbados native.  Come discover this fascinating part of Glen Cove history surrounded by objects commemorating the 350th anniversary of the Glen Cove community.  
Admission $10.00 (Members $5.00)
Refreshments will be served

Our current exhibit:

THE STORY OF GLEN COVE IN 350 OBJECTS