Friday, May 01, 2015

2015 Mansions & Millionaires® Designers' Showcase® at Mill Neck manor - Room 7 Mind Spring

All kinds of artistic projects - April 27 - 2015 - currently involved in Mansions & Millionaires® Designers' Showcase® at Mill Neck Manor - Please use these hashtags when joining the conversation about the event - #MansionsAndMillionaires #DS2015MNM - 

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Hoping it will be a fun participation - I am in Room 7 - Mind Spring - Mill Neck manor Magical Miniature Garden - Yep, that's right a room of miniature art - It is the story of Pinks, a magical creature who dwells on the grounds of Mill Neck, enjoying the beauty of her surroundings. She noticed that some of her flowering friends would go missing from the gardens but she would see them through the windows of the big house. Pinks wondered why they would leave the open air and go inside. So one day, using her magic, she turned herself into a beautiful flower and jumped into a basket laying on the ground with some of her flowering friends and they were swept away, "Inside" thought Pinks, "we're going inside!" The basket was placed in the refrigerator of Room #6. "Well it sure is dark in here. We need some lights my friends!" and suddenly, like a million stars the darkness became light. Pinks noticed that outside looked a little sterile so she opened the door and ventured onto the counter. "This looks like it could be a very cozy place", she thought and with a magical burst of energy, grass began to creep across the counters. "That's much nicer", she thought. She jumped over to the window and threw it open wide. "Elves, fairies come join me. Let's Party!" And in a flash, all of Pink's garden friends came inside, helping turn the counter into a garden and the walls into a selfie art gallery. These moments of horticultural revelry happen in seconds of human time, which is hours of fairy time, and Debra Ann Kasimakis has frozen such a party for you to view.
Come in to Pinks Party and let your "Mind Spring" into this miniature fantasy. Mill Neck manor magical miniature garden.

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Monday, May 20, 2013

HIcksville Chamber of Commerce Members

As members of the Hicksville Chamber of Commerce, we are informing you of an opportunity to enhance your standing in the community by choosing to make a donation to the Hicksville Memorial Fountain Fund. We are hoping each one of you will be enthusiastic enough to make a $100 donation to this cause. Our timeline calls for us to create the new sculpture for the fountain in the next year or so. That successful completion depends on a responsibility of ownership, as demonstrated in the form of supporting donations by Chamber members and the residents of our community. Together, we can accomplish amazing things. You may also want to hold your own awareness fundraiser to help us attain our goal.

Wednesday, February 27, 2013

2013 Town of Oyster Bay Rotational Art Exhibit

2013 Town of Oyster Bay Rotational Art Exhibit  for the month of March - Featuring Debra Ann Kasimakis - The Rotational Arts Exhibits offer area artists and crafts people an opportunity to display their work in libraries, banks and businesses throughout the Town of Oyster Bay. Juried Art Shows, co-sponsored by CAPA in conjunction with the Suburban Art League and the Independent Art Society offer local artists a venue to display their work and to compete with other artists.

Tuesday, March 27, 2012

RSVP Adoption Day at Talmage Farm Agway Garden Center

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

The Long Island Violin Shop

The Long Island Violin Shop
On Friday, February 25th at 7 pm at the 
Long Island Violin Shop:  


Features the flamenco-themed poetry of Sandy McIntosh and Annabelle Moseley, 
and the Spanish guitar of Gerry Saulter.
It will be the February event of our Fourth Friday Studio Series, 
sponsored by String Poet.

It will be an exciting night, filled with a tribute to everything Spanish/flamenco. 
We will fill the studio with sounds and images of duende to heat the chills of winter.  
Admission is $5  
Open mic poetry to follow.
The Long Island Violin Shop
8 Elm Street
Huntington, NY 11743

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