Every summer, the Town of Hempstead’s Summer Concert Series, hosted by the Department of Parks and Recreation, brings talented musicians to perform at the town’s neighborhood parks. Our lineup this year features an exciting range of musical genres, from rock music and the sounds of the Caribbean to the swinging hits of the 1930s and ’70s disco classics.
With the arrival of the warm summer months comes the opportunity for parents to spend more time having fun with their kids. One great way to spend quality time as a family is by attending one of the town’s Children’s Summer Festival shows together.
The Town of Hempstead proudly takes part in the celebration of our nation’s independence with our Annual Independence Day Celebration and Veteran’s Salute. The salute will occur on Saturday, June 26 at 7:30 p.m.
Throughout the year, Hempstead Town offers a variety of activities and events for its senior residents. One of the most popular programs is the Town of Hempstead’s Senior Summer Beach Program, now in its 43rd season. This year, the theme, “The Magic of Lido,” promises an exciting lineup of entertainment and is the perfect way for our seniors to spend warm summer days.
On June 14, many Americans demonstrate their patriotism by displaying the “Stars and Stripes” for Flag Day.
Anger over property taxes that go nowhere but up. Anger over a teachers’ union that demands more in a time of less. Anger over a proposed tax levy increase of nearly 10 percent, the highest in Nassau County.
West Hempsteaders have every right to be angry, and yet, in voting down the school budget on May 18th, their anger was misdirected.
(The following is an open letter to the West Hempstead community.)
As a resident of West Hempstead, I am greatly concerned about the message some 1,738 members of the community sent to our students and dedicated staff in the West Hempstead public schools. Your NO vote is a simplistic solution to a very complex problem. I sat in the public meeting on May 20 and listened to the anger and frustration of many community residents. Unfortunately, this anger and frustration is misdirected.
I would like to take this opportunity to inform residents of Hempstead Town’s SWIFT911 emergency notification service. The system provides a mechanism for the town to phone, e-mail or text message residents and businesses under its jurisdiction in the event of an emergency such as a severe storm evacuation. Such situations may include water main breaks, flooding, weather emergencies or natural disasters. Non-emergency contact may also be made in the event of town water department pipe flushing, which may affect water quality.
The Town of Hempstead is pleased to announce its 13th Annual Calendar Photograph Contest. Each year, the town produces a calendar, which is delivered to every resident.
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