Blog Posts From July 2016

Extraordinary 85th Art Show for Residents Held

July 21st, 2016

Above as shown, the fine art of our Jourdan Urbach, resident, when the park opened. The Village of East Hills celebrated its 85th anniversary on September 3rd at the East Hills Park. As part of the spectacular celebration the residents of the village were invited to submit their artwork for display. Media for the exhibit was limited […]

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Wellness Day Devoted to Lifestyle in East Hills

July 19th, 2016

On Sunday, August 14th, the Village hosted its annual “Wellness Day.” Originally begun last year, Wellness Day is designed to inspire residents on a physical, mental and spiritual level to lead healthier, happier lives. There were nutritionists on site, yoga and fitness classes as well as informational exchanges. The event was organized by Trustee Clara […]

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Old Replaced by New, Modern Website Launched

July 13th, 2016

  After a more than a decade, the East Hills website has been updated and re-launched. “We always like to adopt the newest technologies and, therefore, we re-designed our website” said Mayor Michael Koblenz. “Our prior webpage took up only three-quarters of a screen. Now, we will be able to use the full screen and […]

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Super Seniors Summer Trip!

July 8th, 2016

Once again, it was a sell-out event for the Seniors Activities Committee This time the program on June 28, 2016 included a trip to the gorgeous New York Botanical Gardens and then to the delicious Mario’s Restaurant. A special private tour of the Haupt Conservatory revealed the spectacular architecture and gardens in four different environments. […]

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East Hills Explodes on the Fourth!

July 5th, 2016

From a parade through the Park with hundreds of parents and children, and even Parker, to the explosive fireworks show in the evening, the community had an exciting day. After the parade with firetrucks and police, clowns amused the youngsters, and Jerry of Lontza offered treats at the Grille and on the Great Lawn. It […]

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