One Fine Concert in Cedarhurst Park

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1st row left to right: Charles & JoAnn Lapp of Lapp & Lapp Law Firm, Bob & Randi Block of The Jewelry Showroom, Charisse Broadbelt, Phyllis Pierre, Filomena Pelletier of Green Acres Century 21 Department Store, Mayor Benjamin Weinstock, Flora Bienstock & Herrick Lipton of New Horizon Counseling Center, Lenore Davis Stern of TheFiveTowns.com, Missy Miller Republican Candidate NYS Assembly 20th District. 2nd row left to right: Sal Evola Village Administrator, Teri Schure of Cedarhurst Business Improvement District, TOH Councilman Bruce & Activing Village Justice Segal Blakeman, Trustee Ronald Lanzilotta, Trustee Ari Brown, Trustee Israel Wasser, John Novello Chairman of Cedarhurst Zoning Board, Chris McGrath Republican Candidate for State Senate

Cedarhurst felt the earth move at Andrew J. Parise Park, for another amazing summer concert.

Joey Arminio & The Family delivered a sterling musical and dance performance in tribute Carole King, one of the greatest performers and songwriters in pop culture. Their bold signature voices faithfully recreated her glorious sound leaving the crowd with memories of the great music she wrote and recorded.

People of all ages gathered around the pavilion, to watch Ben Cohen, appearing in Cedarhurst for the first time, perform a unique and mesmerizing magic show.

Our Sponsors for the show included Green Acres Century 21 Department Store, TD Bank, New Horizon Counseling Center, Cedarhurst Business Improvement District, AHC Appliances, The Jewelry Showroom and Cameron Engineering & Associates.  Mayor Weinstock explained “All of our sponsors play a vital part in making these concerts available at absolutely no expense to our taxpayers.  Please patronize them and show them that we appreciate their support.”

On July 26th at 8:00 PM Cedarhurst presents “A Little Bit of Country” featuring the Mary Lamont Band.

We also invite your family to come and enjoy our playground and water park. You will be happy you did!

The concert schedule can be found here or at the Cedarhurst Village Hall on Cedarhurst Avenue.