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Vegas Came To Cedarhurst At Parise Park

L–R: Peter Romano of TD Bank; Trustee Ari Brown; Trustee Ronald Lanzilotta;  Maureen O’Connell, Nassau County Clerk; Salvatore Evola, Village Administrator;  Mayor Andrew J. Parise; Frank Lewis, Esq.; Roy Meserole, of Meserole Funeral Home;  Trustee Myrna Zisman; and Deputy Mayor Benjamin Weinstock

L–R: Peter Romano of TD Bank; Trustee Ari Brown; Trustee Ronald Lanzilotta;
Maureen O’Connell, Nassau County Clerk; Salvatore Evola, Village Administrator;
Mayor Andrew J. Parise; Frank Lewis, Esq.; Roy Meserole, of Meserole Funeral Home;
Trustee Myrna Zisman; and Deputy Mayor Benjamin Weinstock

Vegas has left the park but not without a nonstop entertaining event filled with laughter, singing, and dancing. The preshow by the one and only Magic of Amore set the stage to display a Vegas-inspired performance for the children in Cedarhurst. Kids were laughing while poker cards were flying, dice disappearing, and a Houdini-inspired escape trick amazed the crowd. Amore’s comic approach to his illusions was a perfect opener for the hilarious and charming sister duo know as Sister Act.

Mayor Andrew J. Parise and the board of trustees want to thank the great sponsors for making this concert something to remember. TD Bank, Frank Lewis Attorney at Law, The Meserole Funeral Home, Inc, and Generators & Beyond. Without these great sponsors, Cedarhurst would not be able to host these great concerts. On August 6, Gourmet Glatt presents Jewish Night with Twins from France and Yoni Ziegelbaum as singer, which is sure to be an action-packed show. Everyone is also invited to come and enjoy the playground and water park. You will be happy you did!

For more information, please call 516-295-5770, or visit cedarhurst.gov. Also follow us on twitter twitter.com/ourcedarhurst and on Facebook facebook.com/ourcedarhurst. v

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