Garden City Nursery School hosts Holiday Theater Production

Kick Off Some Holiday Fun for the Little Ones! 
December 1-Looking for some holiday fun for the kids? This Saturday December 1st Princesses and fairy tale heroes gather together to save winter in the adorable children’s theater event of “A Fairy Tale Winter.” The Garden City Nursery School is sponsoring the Plaza Theatrical production at The Showplace at Bellmore Movies on Saturday, December 1st. The Showplace used to be a vaudeville house, and has been renovated with state-of-the-art lighting and sound. It is located at 222 Pettit Avenue in Bellmore.The $15 tickets are available through the Garden City Nursery School website (gcns.org), and easily purchased through PayPal. Or you can buy them directly at the school at 50 Cherry Valley Road. There is no reserved seating for the show; therefore the doors open at 1:30 pm for the 2:00 pm show time.Kick off the holiday spirit with an afternoon in the theater with your favorite little hero or little princess! The children will be awe-struck to meet their favorite character after the show. The tickets tend to sell out, so make sure you get yours today.   Funds raised at the event will be donated to those affected by Hurricane Sandy.
December 12th – Holiday Boutique A long standing tradition at the Garden City Nursery School will have an intimate feel this year as it is graciously hosted in the elegant home of Cynthia Cerruti-Frankel at 25 Prospect Avenue from 10:00am – 3:00pm.  Please join us for refreshments, bake sale, raffles and a chance to shop among fabulous vendors.  There is no admission to this event, but we will be accepting donations at the door to benefit the victims of Hurricane Sandy.


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