Comedy Night with John Pizzi


Friday, March 23rd starting at 7 PM at the Grand Oaks Country Club

Comedy night is back with all your favorite puppets! John Pizzi and friends are taking the Grand Oaks by storm and are ready to bring the house down with laughter. Tickets are now available for this great dinner and show.


Daughtry at St. George


Saturday, March 17th at 8 PM at the St. George Theatre

As the frontman for the band bearing his name, Chris Daughtry has become one of the most visible and consistent rock n roll torchbearers of the 21st Century. Since rising to prominence on the fifth season of American Idol, he has released four albums, all of which reached the Billboard Top Ten and have combined sales over 8 million copies in the U.S. Daughtrys self titled debut was the best selling album of 2007, which contained four Top Twenty hit singles including the Grammy nominated smash Its Not Over. Leave This Town also reached Number One in 2009, while 2011s Break the Spell was certified gold. His groups most recent record, 2013s Baptized, featured the platinum selling Waiting for Superman, which the singer points to as a turning point in his songwriting. TICKETS

Give Your Bed Fresh Style.

mediumLooking for a way to give your bedroom a fresh outlook, a small change to the bedding can bring life back into a room. With 2018’s focus on trends such as geometrics, creative marks and big photo blooms. The choices are endless to re-energize your bedroom whatever your style House of Decor will have the perfect bedding for you.

First up is High Contrast Geometrics with bold tile designs in mustard yellow combined with grey, navy and duck egg blue add a nostalgic feel of 60’s & 70’s while the white negative space brings the designs up to date.

The 3D geometric pattern on the Hex Lines Geometric bedding from House of Decors Geometric Arte range is perfect to add a modern touch to the trend. To add interest use contrasting cushions don’t be afraid to experiment with shapes and colours. Check out the Geometric cushions from this Premium textiles range.  Continue reading at

Garden Get Together


Sat, March 3, 2018 from 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM at the Snug Harbor Botanical Gardens

Learn more about starting, growing, or joining a community garden! NYC Parks Green Thumb and the NYC Compost Project hosted by Snug Harbor Cultural Center & Botanical Garden have partnered to provide a gathering of community greening organizations and community members to provide information and make connections. Meet in the lobby of Building P Free, registration required:

Bird and Nature Walk: South Beach/Fort Wadsworth

2018-02-21_11-22-41Wednesday, February 28, 10:00am – 12:00pm
Location: South Beach, Father Capodanno Boulevard
Free/Donations Welcome

Meet in the parking lot with the dolphin fountain off Father Capodanno Boulevard.

Search for wintering harbor seals off South Beach and Fort Wadsworth, where they have been seen in increasing numbers in recent years. Birds will also be noted in order.

25 Valentine’s Day Decorating Ideas For Your Modern Home

2018-02-07_14-17-49Valentine’s Day isn’t everyone’s favorite holiday, with its expensive roses, cheap boxes of chocolate and oversized teddy bears that leave many rolling their eyes.

Opinions and relationship statuses aside, this Hallmark holiday does give us a fun opportunity to add a pop of color and a dose of love to our homes in the dead of winter. So we’ve come up with some ways to quickly and easily achieve modern Valentine’s Day decorating.

It’s a holiday that’s characteristically clichéd, so decorating your home with modern flair starts by using pieces that aren’t specifically Valentine’s Day-themed. Skip the “Happy Valentine’s Day” banners, serveware and balloons, and look for stylish home goods in a rosy color palette; they’ll fit the occasion without looking kitschy.

To achieve a modern Valentine’s Day decorating look with hearts, consider replacing the traditional red and pink with black and white or metallics. As an added bonus, décor that isn’t holiday-specific means it can be used long after February 14.

Whether you’re hosting a dinner party for friends, cooking an intimate meal for two or just relaxing at home in your pajamas, here are a few our of our favorite ways to give your home a little love.  FULL ARTICLE at FRESHHOME.COM

Maple Syruping Saturdays

8847a7d6baSaturdayFebruary 10
1:00 PM – 3:00 PM EST

Clay Pit Ponds State Park Preserve

Please let the environmental educator know you are coming before the program by calling 718-605-3970 x201 or email


2d7436b1c1293c8a2722b99810332275Now that we’ve officially crossed the half-way mark of January, I thought it was only fitting to take a second and check in on each other. How are you doing? How is the new year going so far? I finally took the plunge and tossed out our Christmas tree last weekend. Even though it sure was hard to say goodbye to that bone-dry mini fir, I convinced my husband to leave up a few strands of lights around our apartment. That way, we can enjoy the spirit of the holidays for just a tad-bit longer. Plus, those warm white bulbs always illuminate such a cozy vibe, don’t you think?

Anyway, enough of my off-tangent rant. Time to get back on track.

How are your new year’s resolutions coming? I know I mentioned some simple resolutions to revitalize your body, mind and soul here that are totally doable any time of the year, but then I got to thinking: What about the people that are looking to grow and evolve but aren’t really keen on resolutions in the first place? And that’s why I’m here today.

Instead of creating one, two, three (four, five, six) giant self-care goals to achieve throughout the next 365 days, why not take the year one month at a time? That way, you can tackle smaller challenges with each 30/31 days that pass and revel in just as much (if not more!) self-improvement success by the time December rolls around. Enticing, right?

Now of course, everyone is unique so your idea of self-care might differ with what I’ve listed below, but I’m hoping it will at least help you get started on your journey!

January: Infuse your mind with inspiration.

With the cheerful holiday decor all packed up and the outdoor temperatures consistently dropping, it doesn’t take much for January to seem a bit dreary. But don’t let the cold frigid weather get you down. Instead, take time to infuse your mind with inspiration. Plan a trip. Add adventures to your bucket list. And if you don’t have a bucket list, create one. The excitement of having something to look forward to will be the heat needed on even the coldest of days. FULL ARTICLE AT WIT & DELIGHT

Ireland – A History in Song

larrykirwanSat, January 20, 8pm – 9pm
Join musician/playwright Larry Kirwan as he tells through song and prose the history of Ireland’s musical journey through the centuries, and how immigration brought the traditions of music and storytelling to the shores of New York. Attribution: The museum’s public programs are supported, in part, by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council. Price: $25 in advance – visit their website