The YSBA Art Around Town initiative is launching its second showing of local artwork at the Trailside Café on
March 26, from 5pm to 7pm.
Connecting local small independent businesses, with local artist and our community service/not for profit organizations.
Local artist Lesley Jacobson who recently joined the YSBA as Program Director will be showing her abstract art.
Tastings of some of Trailsides signature offerings and refreshments will be served. A wine tasting offered by the YSBA will include a selection of wines from several of our local wine and spirit shops. Local musicians will provide music and entertainment. Please join us in this very worthwhile event in support of our local small independent businesses, the artist community and community service/not for profit organizations. YSBA members will be the benefactor of the event thru the YSBA Scholarship Fund.
The kitchen will be open for purchasing anything on the menu
Please join Bob Giordano, YSBA President and Lesley Jacobson, YSBA Program Director for this significant event.
For additional information about the YSBA Art Around Town initiative contact Lesley Jacobson at firstname.lastname@example.org, 917-375-8077 or contact Bob Giordano at email@example.com or 914-874-4347.
YSBA Member Trailside Café Wins Best in Business Competition
The YSBA recently nominated Trailside Café for Assemblyman Byrnes Best in Business Competition. Trailside Café was recognized in the category of desserts and truly deserve the recognition. “Trailside Café has been and continues to be one of YSBAs most ardent supporters and has generously supported our community over the years,” said Bob Giordano, President of the YSBA. They have indoor and outdoor seating in a very cozy atmosphere and serve great healthy foods.
“Local businesses are the backbone of our community and have made extraordinary sacrifices over the last year and a half to remain open and continue to serve their customers,” said Assemblyman Byrne. “These entrepreneurs employ our friends and family, are civic leaders, and take pride in their professions. It’s hard to open and run a business under the most favorable of circumstances, let alone during a pandemic. I’m grateful to all the businesses within the 94th Assembly District for what they have done to help our community during such difficult times.”
Trailside Cafe's manager Ulibel Rodriguez
accepting this award.