Kerry Rosen at Douglas Elliman Real Estate proudly supports North Shore Early Childhood Center's Spring Festival on April 21st, 2018 from 11am to 2pm. Festivities will take place at 440 Round Hill Road, Roslyn Heights NY 11577, which is on the grounds of Saint Mary’s, across the street from East Hills School.
Advance tickets are only $5 per person (children 1 and under are free). Ticket price includes food and entertainment. Please reserve your spot today!
We welcome children and adults of all ages to enjoy an afternoon of food, music, entertainment, arts, and more at our center. The fun will include the following:
· Jedi Academy! Watch as Saber Guild - Endor Temple Jedi Masters battle Sith Lords in the ultimate fight against evil. Join in the effort to save the known universe with Endor Temple’s Padawan light saber training class.
· Raise your hands as three live rock bands take the stage. Move and groove with a staff-led interactive music show. All from Bach to Rock.
· Dance and twirl with princesses from If You Can Dream NYC Princess Parties.
· Create mini-robots and crafts with Roslyn Academic Programs.
· Relax and enjoy food from a variety of local restaurants and caterers.
· Photo opportunities are available with characters.
· Explore our indoor and outdoor playgrounds.
· Take part in art activities, games, raffle prizes, silent auction items, and more!
Activities, entertainment, food, and music were generously donated by local businesses. Please visit www.northshorechild.org/2018festival to learn more about the event and sponsors.
The Spring Festival will take place rain or shine. Outdoor areas will be available weather permitting.
North Shore Early Childhood Center is a 501 c3 charitable organization offering high-quality child care at subsidized prices to families in need. All proceeds benefit the center and its mission to help underserved communities.
Looking for some last minute Halloween family fun this weekend? Here is a short list of things to do:
Saturday, Oct 28, 1pm: Glen Cove Annual Halloween Parade & Festival. Parade kickoff is at 1pm at School Street and Highland Road. Festivities are 1:30-3:30pm. Fun includes Trick or Treating, Fun Bus, Costume Contest (at 2PM), Live DJ, Fun Games.
Trick-or-Treat at Wheatley Plaza Events: http://www.wheatleyplaza.com/
Friday, Oct 27 3-6pm: Glitter Tattoos at Everafter!
Saturday, Oct 28 11am-2pm: Funky Monkey is having a Halloween event! Build a Frankenstein Lego, have your face painted, enjoy sweet treats. Wear a costume and be entered in a raffle!
Sunday Oct 29 1-4pm: At Everafter. Stop by to get in the spirit with a Halloween themed face-painting & an exclusive candy bar to support a dog adoption event.
Saturday Oct 28 – Sunday Oct 29: Kids enjoy Halloween goody bags at Tutti.
Sun, Oct 29 1-4pm Family Halloween Party & Pet Costume Parade at the Sands Point Preserve/ Guggenheim Estate. A wildlife treasure hunt for young children on the estate grounds. The Great Hall will be filled with craft projects, ad the Phil Dejana Learning Center will feature a display of plush woodland animals.
All Weekend Long
Fri, Oct 27 – Sun, Oct 29: Clark Botanic Garden is hosting a Spooky (6:30-9:30 pm on the 27th & 28th) and Not-so-Spooky Walk (12pm-4pm on the 29th). Spooky trails, live music, food, and over 100 live actors.
Oct 25 – 31, 7-11pm Sands Point Preserve/ Guggenheim Estate Haunted House. Journey through the Circles of Hell on three floors of the massive mansion. As featured on News12: http://bit.ly/2zRUWoF
Bayville’s Adventure Park turns into a Scream Park for Halloween! Scare factor is recommended for children 12 and up. Click here for tickets. As of today, the website features a discount coupon:
The Rise of the Jack O’Lanterns in Old Westbury Gardens. Not many time slots are available for this weekend but the site accepts wait listed appointments: http://www.therise.org/
Fri, Oct 27 – Sun, Oct 29: Clark Botanic Garden is hosting a Spooky (6:30-9:30 pm on the 27th & 28th) and Not-so-Spooky Walk (12pm-4pm on the 29th). Spooky trails, live music, food, and over 100 live actors. http://bit.ly/2gQxK5B
Visit The Witches Brew in West Hempstead, a popular goth-themed vegan café that features a “black widow” coffee and a creepy yet casual vibe. 311 Hempstead Turnpike, West Hempstead, (516) 489-9482.
Nassau County Tentative Property Assessements for the 2019 tax year are now available.
As of January 2, Nassau County has made Tentative Assessments for the 2019 Tax Year (2018-2019 School Tax Year).
If you haven't yet received a notice letter in the mail, the new assessment should be available on www.mynassauproperty.com.
According the the Nassau County Website, If you believe the assessment is inaccurate, you may appeal by filing an application for correction with the Assessment Review Commission by March 1, 2017. You can appeal online from this site from January 2, 2017 to March 1, 2017
If you would like recommendations for Property Tax Greivance services, please contact me.
More information can be found in a recent Anton News article: http://tinyurl.com/zo2ou7u
Nassau County Property Information website:
Here is a link to a brochure on how to appeal your assessment:
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen holds a news conference following day two of the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meeting in Washington, U.S., December 14, 2016. REUTERS/Gary Cameron
The Fed announced Wednesday that it would increase interest rates by a quarter point to between 0.50% and 0.75% and gave guidance that three rate increases are anticipated in 2017. New customers shopping for a mortgage are likely to see little impact since this was an expected rate increase and is largely built into current rates. Customers with variable rate mortgages may see a rate increase in the future.
Citizen's Bank announced the following:
The Federal Reserve had its Open Market Committee meeting on December 13 and 14. During this meeting, they raised the Federal Funds Target Rate (Fed Funds Rate). As a result, Citizens Bank is raising its prime rate from 3.50 percent to 3.75 percent, effective December 15, 2016. This increase is in line with the industry rate increase driven by the Federal Reserve’s decision to raise the Fed Funds Rate.
More from the Wall Street Journal: http://tinyurl.com/gry6vxm
And Reuters: http://tinyurl.com/gobpndn