Two More Concerts Left At Cedarhurst Park

Published on | August 15, 2014

Mayor Andrew J. Parise thanks this week’s sponsor: From left to Right Mayor Andrew J. Parise, John F. Capobianco Architect, and Deputy Mayor Benjamin Weinstock

Vegas has left the park but not without a non stop-entertaining event filled with laughter, singing, and dancing. The Silly Funnyman opened this week concert event with his transformational clown show that brought Cedarhurst to clown school. With his unique approach, children and parents alike learned the steps of becoming a clown and most importantly making others laugh.

This hilarious performance was a great opening for the charming sister duo known as Sister Act. Their live vocal impersonations, contagious chemistry, and outrageous costuming sisters Andrea and Celeste, took Cedarhurst on a historic, multimedia journey introducing us to past and present popular female vocalists.

“All of our sponsors have played a vital part in making these concerts a reality since the very beginning and I would like to personally thank tonight’s concert, TD Bank, Frank B. Lewis Attorney at Law, Five Towns Nissan, Cardiacare Exercise Institute & Rehab, Stefan’s Florist and John F. Capobianco Architect” says Mayor, Andrew J. Parise at the beginning of the concert.

Mayor, Andrew J. Parise, The Board of Trustees, and public officials, along with our generous sponsors from local businesses and corporations are very pleased with the outcome and the great performance from these shows. August 19th Gourmet Glatt Presents Jewish Night with a pre-show by Cirque-Tacular and concert by Yoni Ziegelbaum, which is sure to be an action pack show. We also invite you to come and enjoy our playground and water park. You will be happy you did