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Are you sad to see the snow melt?  It’s hard to believe that just a week ago I wrote about the major blizzard and trying to find help with shoveling driveways and clearing sidewalks.  My grandson visited commenting that he hadn’t even had a chance to walk in the snow.  Well, his Dad put his boots on and out in the yard they trudged, throwing snowballs and building a snowman.  It was a pleasure watching them have so much fun in just an hour. Alas!  See below the melting snowman a few days later.  Yippee!  Here comes Spring!

How many of you attended the Art shows at the Garibaldi-Meucci Museum, Wagner College and/or St. George Theater?  I went to the opening reception for the exhibit "Photographs and Prints by Vincent Verdi and Ann Marie McDonnell" on

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Check out my new listing in New Brighton! 

 

This charming one-family detached home on a 34’ x 102’ lot is situated on a quiet street and can be reached by way of  Lafayette Ave. to Cortelyou Place and then to 17 Kirby Court. 


 

 

 


This house features three Bedrooms, a formal Dining Room with French Doors separating a large Living Room, with two means of egress to outside from Kitchen and Dining Room, a half bath on the first floor, galley kitchen with walk-in Pantry, hardwood floors throughout, a full bath with Jacuzzi on the second floor, a walk-up entrance to a full attic which can be finished off for extra bedrooms, Man-cave, office, entertainment room with a large screen TV, crafting room, fitness area or kids’

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Have you read my blog on Volunteerism? http://www.gillanihomes.com/blog/the-importance-of-volunteering.html. It is never too early to start volunteering or encourage your offspring, nieces, nephews or neighbor youth to do the same.  The Staten Island Children’s Museum is accepting nominations for the 24th Annual Kid of Achievement Award.  The award, which acknowledges the hard work of an 11 to 18 year old whose volunteerism has made a difference in the community, comes with a $100 honorarium and a framed certificate that is bestowed at the museum’s Circle of Friends business luncheon.  It takes place on 11/12 at the Hilton Garden Inn.  For more information on how to nominate your child, deadline, etc., call 718-273-2060, ext. 151 or visit

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Check out my new listing in New Brighton - 91 Franklin Avenue!

This beautiful, well-kept raised ranch on the North Shore of Staten Island is situated on a large corner property--42' x 150' and has had only one owner.  This house has three bedrooms, an L-shaped living room/dining room, eat-in kitchen, newer bathroom, attic storage and basement. 

It boasts a two-car built-in garage with new garage door opener, central air conditioning with a new 3 ton condenser and coil, new 40 gallon water heater and 2-year old dishwasher. 

With two means of egress--front entrance as well as side entrance--it is perfect for entertaining in the spring and summer.  The back yard patio leads to another level of yard that can accommodate additional seating

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Spring has sprung!  I actually see green in my yard, buds on the trees and the crocus has begun to show itself.  Have you started Spring cleaning?  Nope, I haven’t either!  On Saturday, 3/28 from noon – 3:00, you will have a chance to Stop ‘N’ Swap at Christ Church in New Brighton at 76 Franklin Ave.  It is sponsored by GrowNYC.org/Swap, an outreach and education program of the Department of Sanitation.  So bring your clean, reusable, portable items such as clothing, house wares, electronics, books and toys that you no longer need.  And take home something new to you, FREE.  P.S. You don’t have to bring something to take something!  How is that for a deal?  I have a few bags already packed to swap.  For further information, call 212-788-0226 or email

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I accompanied my grandson to a special St. Patrick’s Day event at the Tottenville Branch of the New York Public Library on Tuesday.  Miss Amy, one of my grandson’s favorite librarians, read a number of books that featured “green” themes.  After reading, the children sang songs and then watched as Miss Amy turned a stuffed caterpillar into a beautiful butterfly.  Each child was given a chance to open the Velcro caterpillar and observe the transformation.  They were enchanted!  Afterwards, there were arts and crafts to color, decorate with glitter, cut out and bring home.  I always have a grand time watching the children and seeing their faces light up when they participate in reading and programs.  Did you know there are activities and programs at the New

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What did you do last weekend?  Meet the Greyhounds, adopt a precious kitten or watch TV wrapped up in a warm sweatshirt or sweater sipping hot cocoa?  This weekend will warm up a bit so get out of the house and enjoy the fresh air. 

On Saturday, 11/22, Tai Chi classes are outdoors in the Meditation Garden at the Jacques Marchais Museum of Tibetan Art, 338 Lighthouse Ave. Call instructor, Bob Murphy at 646-765-4694 for information.   

Help your children to move away from TV and computers with FREE Zumba classes every Saturday for ages 5-12 at 11:00 a.m. and 13 and older at 12:00 p.m. at the Berry Houses Friendship Club, 211 Jefferson St.  Call 718-979-0010 for info. 

Meet the Parkside Outdoor Boot Camp at Silver Lake at the corner of Forest Avenue

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Check out my new listing in Westerleigh--281 Kingsley Avenue!

This large, roomy well-maintained 100 year-old house on an 82 x 92 lot, designed by one of the foremost North Shore architects, James Whitfield, Sr., boasts six bedrooms (4 on the second floor, 2 on the third floor), living room, formal dining room, 3 baths (one a 6' jet tub), hardwood floors throughout, in friendly established Westerleigh.  Plumbing, electricity and heating have been upgraded over the years.  The roof and trim are about 10 years old (30-year roof).  Exterior shingles have always been stained, never painted which has kept them in top condition for almost 100 years. 

Picture yourself snuggled up in your favorite chair in front of a roaring fireplace reading a book on a

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If you have not done so already, this is the weekend to plant tulip bulbs!  Yes, if you are planning to list your home with me next spring or you just want to have those tulips, with their burst of color, brighten up your property and neighborhood, start planting now.  The weather will be sunny and warmer than it has been in awhile.On Saturday, 10/25, experience Raptor Day at Blue Heron Park , 222 Poillon Ave. between Amboy Road and Hylan Blvd.  The Friends of Blue Heron Park will sponsor “Wildlife in Need of Rescue and Rehabilitation” a rescue and rehab group for raptors and other animals, and will feature demonstrations and talks to show how these amazing, wild birds adapt to our environment despite their injuries.  Metro Herpetological will also be on

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Check out my new listing on Grymes HiIl--898 Van Duzer Street.

Large, roomy home on double lot--50 x 150.  Boasts a formal dining room, living room, new eat-in kitchen with stainless steel appliances, new half bath on first floor, large ante-room leading to a mud room with side-door egress.  Updated full bath on 2nd floor, 4 bedrooms, a den, walk-up attic, full working basement with egress to outdoors.  Central vacuum system, new Lockenbar high-efficiency gas boiler with water heater.  All new windows, original mahogany woodwork and doors, hardwood floors throughout.  Back and side yard oasis is ideal for gardening, entertainment.  Private deck in rear yard.  House is great for large family or couple/singles with plenty of space to hang out, entertain,

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