Holiday lights and decorations along with creative and festive window displays brighten downtown areas all around the country this time of year. Families look forward to coming in town to enjoy holiday music performances and spending memorable time with friends and neighbors. This is exactly what makes Bronxville an incredible place to live as well as share in the holiday season.
On Friday, December 7th at 6pm, Light the Night will be the perfect place to keep your holiday tradition going or begin a new one. You and your family will celebrate the season with great fun, music and prizes provided by the Bronxville Chamber of Commerce, Jimmy Dee Entertainment and Ladle of Love. In addition, you’ll be able to shop local and find those unique goodies and gifts that are only available from Bronxville’s collection of fantastic businesses.
Lou Maggiotto, President of the Bronxville Chamber of Commerce shared, “Holiday greetings to the best group of business people any Chamber of Commerce could have to support. A holiday shout out to Mayor Mary Marvin, Administrator Palmer and Chief Satriale for the great support they give our business community.”
Sponsors of this wonderful evening include Pepe Auto Group, Coals Pizza Bronxville, NewYork-Presbyterian Lawrence Hospital and Bronxville Auto Collision.
As you stroll downtown to enjoy the evening and do some holiday shopping, you’ll see the beautiful window displays such as Silverspoon and one of the newest businesses, Whim – a women’s clothing store offering fashionable and trendy outfits and accessories at fantastic prices.
Bronxville recently felt the spirit of the holidays with an Ugly Sweater Contest. Mano a Mano won the Best Ugly Sweater Award, while Value Drugs won the Most Staff
Participation and Best Village Spirit Award.
Follow the Chamber on instagram @bronxvillechamber as they post events, products from local merchants, and “takeovers” by some of our favorite local shoppers this holiday season. The Chamber promotes and supports area businesses who are committed to enhancing the quality of life in Bronxville. Look at the magnificent and thoughtful holiday windows and you see the Bronxville Pride.
Editor’s Note: If you don’t have a copy of our annual Holiday Gift and Dining Guide, visit thebronxvillebulletin.com and click on the banner across the top of the home page. You’ll find many great Bronxville shops and restaurants to visit on Friday and all season long.