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The Gladstone Summer 2015

The latest edition of The Gladstone newsletter is now available online. Highlights include:

Happy Summer
And Fall is Just Around the Corner
Environmental and Pet Reminders
Save the Date
“Flash” Backs (from The Manor Flash, 1937-38, exactly as written)

The Annual GGCA Egg Hunt

The GGCA welcomes Spring by hosting The Annual GGCA Egg Hunt.

On Saturday, April 4, 2015 at 11:00 A. M. in Marlyn Park (at Willowbrook and West Stratford Avenues)

  • The Egg Hunt is open to residents and friends of the Greater Gladstone Civic Association and neighborhood.
  • Each child should bring his/her own basket.
  • A special area of the hunt will be reserved for children under three.
  • Coffee, juice, and yummy spring treats will be served.

We hope to see you there!

The GGCA welcomes volunteers to set-up and/or clean-up for the event. To volunteer, or for additional information, please contact us.

Lansdowne Theater Petition Rally

Historic Lansdowne Theater Corporation to seek referendum to allow for Performing Arts Facility Liquor License in Lansdowne.

Voters registered in Lansdowne ONLY please join us in the theater on Saturday February 21st from 9 am to 1 pm to sign the petition that place the referendum on the ballot in the 2015 Spring Primary Election.

The restrictive license being pursued will allow for the sale of liquor ONLY in the theater before, during and after shows. You must have a ticket to a performance to purchase a drink. This will NOT allow for licenses for bars, restaurants, convenience stores or anywhere else in the borough.

See the attached flier for more detail or visit

The referendum has been endorsed by the Lansdowne Borough Council, Lansdowne Economic and Development Corporation, Greater Gladstone Civic Association and Historic Lansdowne Theater Corporation. This initiative has been endorsed by Mayor Anthony Campuzano and past mayors Jayne Young and Mollie Repetto.

Please invite your neighbors and friends who are registered to vote in Lansdowne to join us on the 21st.
The income generated by the sale of liquor will greatly help the non-profit to achieve financial viability and preserve this great building.

Representatives of the theater will be on-hand to answer your questions regarding the referendum.