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East Hills Social Committee Book Club Hosts its First Meeting!

April 18th, 2023

On Tuesday, April 18, 2023, the East Hills Social Committee Book Club held its first meeting to discuss the New York Times bestselling book, Lessons in Chemistry, by Bonnie Garmus. Residents of East Hills met at the Village Theater to discuss the book, which has been on the bestsellers list for 48 weeks in a […]

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East Hills Passes No Increase in Taxes for 13th Year in a Row!

April 17th, 2023

In what may be unprecedented, the Mayor and the Board of Trustees of East Hills passed a budget with on tax increase for the 13th year in a row. For more information, see the following link. Budget Statement – East Hills 2023-2024

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East Hills Social Committee Host Evenings with Holocaust Survivor, Sami Steigmann

April 3rd, 2023

On Tuesday March 28, 2023, and Wednesday March 29, 2023, The East Hills Social Committee was proud to host evenings featuring Holocaust survivor Sami Steigmann. Mayor Michael Koblenz moderated the event. In total, over 200 residents and guests attended the programs. Mr. Steigmann was born in December 1939 in the former Soviet Union. His life […]

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Village Election Results

March 22nd, 2023

Mayor Michael R. Koblenz: 237 Trustee Brian Meyerson: 248 Trustee Stacey Siegel: 240 Village Justice Howard Jaslow: 238

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Kids in the Park Witness the Impossible!

March 13th, 2023

The Kids in the Park Commitee held two highly successful magic shows on Saturday, March 11, 2023 at the Village Theatre. Over 150 residents and guest attended the shows which featured “The Extreme Magic of Eric’s Big Illusion Show!!” The commmitee thanked Michelle Baron from “Sweet Silver Lining” for donating the special cookies. The audience […]

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East Hills Social Committee upcoming schedule

March 10th, 2023

The East Hills Social upcoming schedule: March 29, Holocaust speaker: Sami Steigmann Time: 7pm. Location: East Hills Village Theatre RSVP required, free of charge Apr 18, Book Club Time: 7:30pm to 8:30pm Location: East Hills Village lounge Book: Lessons in Chemistry, By Bonnie Garmus RSVP required, free of charge Apr 19, Zumba with Nathan Blake […]

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East Hills Social Committee Celebrates Its Successful Paint Night!

March 10th, 2023

A New East Hills Committee appointed by Mayor Michel Koblenz held its first, and highly successful, event on Monday, February 13, 2023. The “East Hills Social Committee“ filled the Village Theatre with close to 50 residents and guests for “Paint Night”.  The Co-chairs are  Fanny Boneh, Lindsay Haskel, and Rachel Tubian. The Supervising Trustee is […]

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East Hills Celebrates Annual Post-Thanksgiving Character Breakfast!

November 29th, 2022

On Sunday, November 27, 2022, The Kids in the Park Committee held its annual Post-Thanksgiving Character Breakfast event at the Theater at East Hills. This year, guests enjoyed a Disney-themed Character Breakfast, will an all-inclusive breakfast, lots of photos and fun table crafts and activities. The Kids in the Park Committee Co-Chairs are Robyn Brattner […]

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East Hills Celebrates Annual Kids in the Park Halloween Spooktacular!

October 28th, 2022

On Saturday, October 15, 2022, The Village of East Hills celebrated its annual Halloween “Spooktacular” event. The Kids in the Park Committee produced the spectacular Halloween event. Over 1,000 adults and children attended the fun-filled day. Children enjoyed a meet and greet with their favorite superhero character on an unparalleled Superhero Trail. They also enjoyed […]

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Mayor Koblenz presented Award by Preservation Long Island and Roslyn Historical Society!

September 23rd, 2022

Photos by Greg Apisson. Last Wednesday, Preservation Long Island presented a 2022 Preservation Award to Mayor Michael Koblenz and the Village of East Hills for “their organizational excellence in leading municipal best practices to preserve the historic John Mackay III’s Happy House.” The award was presented to Mayor Koblenz by Preservation Long Island’s Alexandra Wolfe, […]

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