Malverne Village Prime Meats 345 Hempstead Ave, Malverne, NY11565 Malverne Village Prime Meats is a butcher shop that has fresh meat delivered daily. Th shop is located right on…More Hempstead Avenue, across the street from Malverne Cinemas.
Malverne Floral Designs 347 Hempstead Ave, Malverne, NY11565 Al Bury has operated this florist in the village of Malverne since 1984. The shop is open seven days a week, provides…More friendly service and delivery, and sells fresh cut flowers, floral arrangements, gift baskets, balloons, stuffed animals, figurines and other gift ideas. Customers can place orders over the phone and online.
Associated Grocery Store 344 Hempstead Ave, Malverne, NY11565 Associated Grocery Store provides Malverne with a one-stop shop for all grocery needs. The store offers shoppers a deli…More counter, fresh meats and baked goods, seafood, fresh produce, frozen foods, home products and all types of traditional canned, packaged and jarred grocery items.
The Community Presbyterian Church is the oldest institution in Malverne. Two families founded the church in 1917,…More years before the village was incorporated. In the decades that followed, the congregation became split over whether to cling to its independent roots or become affiliated with the Presbyterian Church, but ultimately the two sides came together. They decided to re-incorporate it in 1933, under the name Community Presbyterian Church of Malverne.
The church played an integral part in starting a recycling program in the village in the 1970s and continues to remain active in the community. Each spring, it hosts a large annual food drive throughout the neighborhood. The church building also houses a thrift shop, a nursery school and a Sunday School for people of all ages.
The Malverne Historical & Preservation Society was founded in 1986 by Keith Rossein. The Society opened the…More Joseph L. Landers Memorial Restoration in 1996 to showcase artifacts from the village's past. The purchase of the home, which dates back to 1854, was made possible by Mrs. Jeanne L. Landers, who made a generous donation to the Society. The house was named after her late husband, Joseph, a Malverne resident of 43 years who was very active in the village.
Inside, the home has been restored to reflect what a house in Malverne would have looked like in the early 1900s. There are also areas dedicated to certain aspects of Malverne's past, including a room honoring residents who served in the armed forces and a wall highlighting celebrities who have called the village home.
The house also has a research library with books chronicling the history of every organization that has every existed here. The Historical Society does not charge admission to visit the house, but does accept donations and sells items in its small gift shop. The building is also available for group tours and private parties, and the Society holds special events there throughout the year.
Delphi Barber Shop 34 Church St, Malverne, NY11565 Delphi Barber Shop specializes in haircuts and shaving for men. The environment has an old-fashioned barber shop look…More and feel and features 3 barbers. The friendly service will keep customers coming back.