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Got Toddlers & Tantrums? Help is here

By: Rachel Zorrilla Are your child’s tantrums making you feel like having one too? You’re not alone. Tantrums, while a normal part of child development, test the patience of any parent, even on their best day. Normal or not, they’re no fun for parent or child. Maybe you’ve tried reasoning with your screaming, out-of-control child, […]

Celebrate the Lunar New Year in Garden City

Saturday, January 25 @ 2 PM Usher in the lunar new year enjoying traditional dances, listening to music & paper-cutting activities! Cultural performances include the Tai Ping Drum Dance, a ribbon dance, a spear dance and a lion dance. Roosevelt Field, 630 Old Country Road, Garden City, NY 11530 About Paper Cutting: Paper-cut is a very distinctive […]

25+ Cocktails That Make You Feel Like Celebrating

Here are a few of our staff’s favorite cocktails for your next party or get-together… 1. The Raspberry Champagne Razzle Dazzle 2. Keep it Light with a Pear Berry Thyme Fizz 3. Cranberry Mojito 4. Figtini 35. The Bloody Sometime over the weekend, you’ll need a Bloody Mary! 6. Champagne Pineapple Punch 7. Cranberry Jello Shots 8. The Negroni with an […]

Teen Skills for Stress and Resilience

Also Read: How to Get Teens Off Their Screens Thursday, January 23 • 7-9 p.m. Next up in the Edison Speaker Series is a viewing of “Screenagers Next Chapter: Uncovering Skills for Stress and Resilience” on Thursday, January 23 from 7-9 p.m. in the EIS auditorium. Filmmaker and physician Dr. Delaney Ruston takes the conversation around screens […]

Don’t Miss: Unmasked, the Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber!

January 30 – March 1, 2020 One of the most successful musical theater composers of all time takes audiences behind the scenes in Unmasked, a world-premiere featuring stories and songs from Andrew Lloyd Webber’s remarkable life and celebrated work. This funny and warm musical portrait, a concert for the theater, offers an intimate look at Lloyd […]

Fire & Ice Festival Festival

The Fire & Ice Festival is back! Once again on Saturday January 25, 2020 from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM downtown Mount Holly will be the place to warm your tummy, see lots of artistic eye candy and hear live miusic plauying everything from show tunes to Springsteen while having plenty of free family friendly […]

SHS Social: Ring in the Night in Black & White

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The Top 10 Taboos During the Chinese New Year

Taken from chinesenewyear.net The Chinese New Year of 2020 falls on Saturday, January 25 and the festival will last to February 8th, about 15 days in total. 2020 is the Year of the Rat according to Chinese zodiac. The Spring Festival is a time of celebration. It’s to welcome the new year with a smile and let the […]

Keep your Papers Organized in 2020

Papers in backpacks and the mail arrive daily. If you’re like us, we place them in neat little piles in the kitchen with the intention of getting them where they need to go later. Then, after a few days, the piles grow into a mountain of bills, statements, brochures, catalogs and flyers. The bigger it gets, the […]

RVC Presents Margaritaville!

Saturday, Feb 1, 2020  •  7pm – 1:30pm RVC Community Fund Presents Margaritaville honoring Jeannine Palladino owner of Jeannine’s Gifts. The evening includes music by Jimmy and the Parrots and a buffet dinner served by Kasey’s. Tickets are $75 per person and guests must be 21 and older. For more info call the Mayor’s Office: 516-678-9264 or […]

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