The holiday season is here and you can have lots of fun exploring some of the villages within Greenburgh. Today you can enjoy the charming Rivertowns Holiday Trolley from 12-5 PM. Hop on and off the old fashioned trolley and shop at the stores and eat at some of the great restaurants. Another fun option for your family: Tarrytown's TaSH holiday market (see links below).
Tomorrow Chabad is turning the quaint village of Irvington into a Chanukah village. There is even a horse drawn carriage! See link below for more info about the giant outdoor party from 1-4 PM.
And--Elmsford always organizes special events for those celebrating the holidays. See their schedule below.
Have a happy holiday season. Will continue to highlight some fun things for your family to enjoy.
And a special thank you to town staff (and the Farm on W Hartsdale Ave) for the holiday lights on East Hartsdale Ave. They did a great job -best ever!
ELMSFORD DOES SOMETHING SPECIAL EVERY HOLIDAY SEASON
MENORAH LIGHTING CEREMONY Sunday, December 2nd 6:00 P.M. Community Senior Center – 10 North Stone Avenue * Entertainment & Refreshments Following Lighting
CHRISTMAS TREE LIGHTING Tuesday, December 4th Inclement Weather Date Thursday, December 6th 6:30 P.M. Village Hall * Musical Selections by Grady School Chorus * Band & Visit from Santa * Old Fashioned Horse & Wagon Ride to Community Senior Center * Hamilton High School Chorus * Refreshments * Special Gift from Santa * Must bring your camera for photo with Santa
WREATHS ACROSS AMERICA CEREMONY Saturday, December 15th (Rain or Shine) 12:00 P.M. (Noon) – Elmsford Reformed Church Cemetery behind Village Hall * Remember * Honor * Teach
PRE-KWANZAA CELEBRATION Monday, December 17th 6:00 P.M. to 9:00 P.M. - Alexander Hamilton High School Auditorium Featuring a dance performance by the Internationally Acclaimed Forces of Nature Dance Theatre * Reflections, Song, African Dance, Drumming, Poetry * Community Awards, Student Presentations, Food & Refreshments * Local Businesses selling crafts, jewelry & gifts for the Holidays