Things to Do
This Sunday, Staten Islanders are coming together at Flagship Brewery for a good cause. That cause? Raising money for little James Sanger’s medical expenses. The event which starts at 3pm, called Sangerpalooza, features beer from the brewery, food, Premium Raffles & 50/50s, and music from cover-rockers Screaming Broccolli.
This Friday at 7:00pm, you can welcome the Office at 76 Bay to the North Shore community. The kickoff party, planned to celebrate the opening of the new collaborative work space, aims to introduce community members to their goals.
This coming Saturday, December 13th, is the last Second Saturday of 2014 along the Bay Street Corridor in the North Shore. Sure to again be an eventful day, the highlighted venues included here will be hosting art exhibitions, artist markets, dance, spoken word, and other arts inspired events.
Seasons Greetings! The Staten Island Soiree has been busy trying to gather as much information as possible about local happenings in the Art world along the North Shore and specifically, the Bay Street Corridor ! If you are looking for unique gifts this season, all handmade by local artists, just take a stroll to these upcoming events!
Why not move to Staten Island? Staten Island has new affordable developments. The Stapleton waterfront is about a 35 acre land right along the water. By 2015 studios, 1 and 2 bedrooms apartments are anticipated for rent on the old U.S. naval base The Homeport. The residential space will be
Already 2 years old, The Historic Tappen Park Community Partnership is uplifting Staten Island’s 10304. The purpose is to highlight the space for positive educational programs, events and community arts. The park is the second oldest in Staten Island, making its name for itself in the 1830s. The idea is to encourage private and public investment, keeping its structure beautified and giving off a healthier social and economical community.
On Sunday, September 21st, the North Shore Business association held it’s third North Shore Restaurant Crawl. The event, which featured over XX eateries, led hungry crawlers up and down Bay Street as well as all over the North Shore of Staten Island.
Earlier this year, Staten Island Arts, an organization whose focus is on cultvating and spotlighting artist on the forgotten borough, moved into an excellent new space found inside the Staten Island Ferry terminal on the Staten Island Side.